To preserve and promote the Christian Orthodox Faith and traditions as contained in Holy Scripture, as practised in the life of the Church, as confirmed by the Ecumenical and Local Councils and as interpreted, preserved and taught by the Great Church of Christ and the Ecumenical Patriarchate of Constantinople.
To preserve the original language of the New Testament in Divine Worship and in the ecclesiastical life of the faithful, and to minister to the people through canonical services conducted according to the Order of the Great Church of Constantinople by canonical priests, and through sermons and through catechism and Greek language schools
To preserve and maintain the Community's building for the worship of the Trinitarian God and schools for the teaching of Greek education and culture.
To receive into the Orthodox Faith, by baptism or chrismation, all those who freely decide and sincerely desire to do so.
To undertake philanthropic work for the benefit of those who need protection, assistance and medical care, to provide for the welfare of the poor and for the burial of those Greeks who pass away without financial means
To encourage and support the formation of organisations or groups within the Community with specific responsibilities for the promotion of the educational, cultural and philanthropic aims of the Community.