Thanks again for all the replies and information, this forum is really helpful!
I don't think I will be able to make it to Babingley as it is quite far away from where I live and I haven't passed my driving test yet! But maybe I could get there in a month or two..?
I am still learning about Orthodoxy and have started reading 'the way: what every protestant should know about the Orthodox Church' by Clark Carlton, I've also ordered his book Life, but I'm still waiting for that one from Amazon, and I also have the Orthodox Church by Ware.
Just another question, in "The way: what every protestant..." Carlton talks a bit about tradition in the Church and he says how tradition is mentioned three times in a positive light in the new testament and ten times in a negative light. He goes on to explain the positive references to tradition in the Church but doesn't say anything about the negative ones. I just wondered if anyone knows where tradition is mentioned in negative lights in the NT and can offer any thoughts on them? I feel very concious of Mark 7:9 ?You have a fine way of setting aside the commands of God in order to observe your own traditions!? which I have heard used against tradition in the church, especially against Roman Catholicism.