In the medieval paintings of the Last Judgment, for example of Hieronymus Bosch or Peter Bruegel, the terrible torments of those parts of the body that man has sinned with in earthly life are depicted. The purpose of this portrayal was to frighten, so as to discourage sinning and earthly iniquities. But sin continues to exist, and the pictures of Bosch and Bruegel, who extracted unprecedented images from the depths of their affected subconsciousnesses, became the inheritance of world culture and museum exhibits. These kinds of images could not stop the iniquities of mankind.

The last judgment begins when the person is condemned by his own conscience. However, it is not worth punishing even your own soul. After all, you can remember all your life your condemnation of another person - suffering will be before our eyes, until we forgive.

There remains only one reward - the deceased and risen Christ, Who brings out of hell of condemnation th souls of all the faithful and those who have not denied Him.

                                                                                                               Archpriest George Zavershinsky


Dear brothers and sisters!

To donate to the parish of St. Kentigern, please refer to the following bank details:

The Royal Bank of Scotland

Account name: The Community of St. Kentigern

Sort Code: 83-21-05

Account Number: 00292654

Please leave reference: Donation


Coordinators of the services in parishes of Scotland and Northern Ireland:

Glasgow, 866 Govan Road, Glasgow G51 3UU - Sergey +44 7544 629550

Belfast, St. George's Parish Church, 105 High Street – Natasha +44 7976 838519

Aberdeen, Chaplaincy Centre, 25 High Street – Alexander +44 787250103

Dundee, Chaplaincy University of Dundee  – Tatyana 07599 760724

Edinburgh, Greenside Parish Church, 1b Royal Terrace, EH7 5AB Deacon Mikhail Rozhkov  +44 7986 790010  

St Theneva parish in Edinburgh:


Douglas, Isle of Man – Olga +44 7624 430967

Newry, Northern Ireland  – Julia +44 7842 017891  Daniel +353 (87) 930 5216

Please send your enquiries about the baptism to the priest: 

Rev. Dr. George Zavershinskiy, tel.: +44 131 5385673, mob.: +44 7920 126307 +353 87 9845907,

Our services are now held at the Govan Old Church, 866 Govan Road, Glasgow G51 3UU. (See: Directions)

If you need to send anything in paper please post to:

Yuri Zavershinskiy

13 South Trinity Road, Edinburgh, EH5 3PN