Greek Orthodox Cathedral of Saint Sophia reopens


*Image from Wikipedia

The Board of Directors of the Greek Orthodox Community of New South Wales and the Church Committee are pleased to announce that from Sunday 27th September 2020, the St. Sophia Cathedral will reopen at South Dowling & Napier Streets, Paddington, NSW, Australia.

The Cathedral had remained closed for a long time due to the renovation works of the building inside and outside as well as the surrounding areas.

The Board of Directors of the Greek Orthodox Community of New South Wales warmly thanks everyone who contributed to the costly renovation of the Cathedral.



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