On Saturday 23 May and Sunday 24 May we will have services for the Sixth Sunday of Pascha, the Sunday of the Blind Man. This Sunday is so named because the appointed reading from the Holy Gospel gives an account of the healing of the man blind from birth (John 9:1-38). On this day the Russian Orthodox Church also keeps the memory of Saints Methodius and Kirill, teachers of the Slavs. Matins will be served at 6.00pm on Saturday and Divine Liturgy will be served at 9.00am on Sunday. In accordance with the directions of the civil authorities, attendance will be limited to ten people present in addition to the clergy, servers, singers and helpers necessary for the orderly conduct of the services. Those wishing to attend must advise us of their interest by email so that places can be allocated. Only those who are well and willing to formally register their attendance will be considered.