The Anglican Church of St. Andrew KermanThe Anglican Church of St. Andrew Kerman
The Anglican Church of St. Andrew Kerman
The Anglican Church of St. Andrew, a building easily missed from the street, is hidden in a garden behind a doorway in Shariati Avenue marked with the Persian Cross characteristic of all the Anglican churches in Iran. The small flock seems largely to have been forgotten by headquarters in Canterbury except for goodwill cards at Christmas and Easter, and fellow-believers are assured of a warm welcome. The original building founded by British missionaries was destroyed in a recent earthquake, but with a great effort the tiny congregation built a new church in stone in mid 80s. For a few years now they have had to do without a minister, so a small community of lay members sharing the priests house take it in turn to lead the SunDay service (in Persian).
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Kermanshah (Persian: کرمانشاه, Gorani Kurdish: کرماشان)