The Friends of Mount Athos


Metropolitan Kallistos of Diokleia

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The Society maintains two offices, its Home Office in Oxford, England, and its Office for the Americas in the United States, in Lewiston, Maine. Contact with the Society is through its secretaries in these offices. Contact with our President, His Eminence Metropolitan Kallistos of Diokleia, is through the Hon. Secretary at the Home Office.

Home Office, Oxford, England American Office, Lewiston, Maine
The home office of the Friends of Mount Athos is in Oxford England, maintained by the Society's Hon. Secretary. Here the society's publications are prepared and printed, and its annual meetings and other international events are organized. The home office maintains the Society's bank accounts in Pounds and Euros and receives subscriptions and orders in those currencies. The Society's activities in the United States, are managed by the Membership Secretary and Treasurer for the Americas. The Secretary for the Americas maintains the Society's records for its membership in the Americas, and the Treasurer for the Americas maintains bank accounts in American Dollars, and receives subscriptions and orders in Dollars.
For the Americas
For the Rest of the World
To contact the Membership Secretary for the Americas:
Robert W. Allison
Membership Secretary for the Americas
Dept. of Religious Studies
Bates College
Lewiston, Maine
email to the Secretary for the Americas.

To contact the Treasurer for the Americas:
Roger McHaney, Treasurer
The Friends of Mt. Athos in the Americas
2810 Kelly Drive
Manhattan, KS    66502
email to the Treasurer for the Americas.
To contact the Hon. Secretary in England:
Hon. Secretary Peter Lea
The Stables
58 Manor Road
Woodstock, OX20 1XJ
email to the Hon. Secretary.

To contact the Hon. Treasurer in England:

email to the Hon. Treasurer.

Header Image: View of the Holy Mountain from a balcony at Stavronikita Monastery, with elements of the katholikon in the foreground.
Photograph by Robert W. Allison, © 2008.