The Hellenic Grand Priory continued its activities within the Covid-19 pandemic taking all the necessary precautions.

A member of the Hellenic Grand Priory continued to offer community service to the Community Infirmary of Vyronas Municipality. So far, on a weekly basis, he has offered to the Community Infirmary more than 80 hours of cardiological, general medical examinations and treatments to uninsured and unemployed patients of all ages.

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The port of Antwerp is the second largest port in Europe. In 2015 about 14000 seagoing ships came into the port. The Reverend Marc Schippers (ChLJ) has served since 2002 as port chaplain in Antwerp on behalf of the Sailors’ Society and the United Protestant Church in Belgium.

Seafarers’ life can be hard. Many seafarers come from developing countries. Often they serve eight months or more on board. After a couple of months’ leave they go to sea again as they consider it the only way to properly support their families. Loneliness and homesickness are common problems. Adjusting to family life and then readjusting to working life on board is not always easy.

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Covid-19 report from the Grand Bailiwick of the Netherlands, September 2020

We have started a project “ let’s do it together”.
It is a wristband and we want to sell it for € 2,50 per piece, exclusive shipping cost.
We hope that a lot of people will buy this and we count on many Jurisdictions to place an order.
We will donate € 2,00 pro sold wristband to “ covered bed for multi serious disabled people”.

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This is a short update on the activities from the Priory of Norway.

As you know -the Priory of Norway is a rather small Priory compared with other jurisdictions I Europa. Both in square areas and number of members. However- we have a strong and dedicated body of members who contribute with their time and effort in different ways.

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Since the beginning of the pandemic the Prior of Portugal keeps on making contacts to all the Members of the Order in Portugal by regular written communications send by e-mail by the Portuguese Chancellor providing all the information about the actions of the Order, either in Portugal and in other countries as we obtain them, and also contributing to maintain the necessary calm and serenity, trying to transmit the emotional support to all and reminding them that we’re all on this together and no one is alone.

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