A special outdoor ecumenical service of popular hymns and readings on the theme of 'Peace' to commemorate the centennial end of the First World War.
Everyone is welcome. If you like to sing hymns in the company of other people, but don’t attend any church, this is the perfect occasion for you and is offered as an outreach for everyone. It will last for about one hour ending as the sun sets behind the park. There will be a retiring collection for charity; last year nearly 400 Euros was collected for the Dreamland Mission Hospital in Kenya. Within the park is the tiny church of Ayios Andronikos, a sixteenth century building with some red and blue wall paintings on the white washed walls. You might like to look inside and view them.
Members of the congregation of St Luke’s, a church within the Parish of the Anglican Church of Paphos, will be delighted for visitors to join with them after the service at a local taverna in Polis, or one of the fish restaurants at nearby Latchi. Everyone, especially visitors to our beautiful island, is welcome.
Directions: Take the B7 Paphos-Polis road. On entering Polis, turn left toward Latchi. Turn right at the traffic lights, take second right marked “Moustakallis Restaurant”. Car park is on the right and once entered, the Park is immediately in front of you.