« A representative of the Diocese of Sourozh visited the retired Archbishop Anatoly (Kuznetsov) »

On February 28, 2019, with the blessing of His Grace Bishop Matthew of Sourozh, Reader Maxim Leonardov visited the retired Archbishop Anatoly (Kuznetsov).
During the visit, Reader Maxim told Vladyka Anatoly about life in the Diocese of Sourozh and conveyed regards and good wishes from Vladyka Matthew, the clergy and parishioners living in Great Britain.
On July 20, 1990, Bishop Anatoly (Kuznetsov), at the request of Metropolitan Anthony (Bloom) of Sourozh, was appointed Bishop of Kerch, Vicar of the Sourozh Diocese.
Russian-speaking parishioners were in his archpastoral care. Place of service of Vladyka Anatoly was the Cathedral of the Dormition of the Mother of God in the city of London. Vladyka conducted lessons of the Law of God at the parish school, he offered lectures on Sundays; on Thursdays he organized "Russian talks" for Russian-speaking parishioners, he visited the sick.
On February 25, 1993 he was elevated to the rank of Archbishop.
In 1994, he was appointed to pastoral care at the Intercession parish in the city of Manchester, where, by the early 1990s, the community and dilapidated church had come into distress. Vladyka Anatoly not only restored the church life in the community, but also organized the construction of a new church.
On April 5, 1995, at the British branch of the International Slavic Academy of Science and Culture, he was elected an honorary corresponding member of his Academy.
On December 27, 2001, he retired on his own petition, and was instructed to continue the construction of the Russian Orthodox Intercession Church in the city of Manchester and to provide pastoral care to the parish.
On July 17, 2002, he was again appointed Archbishop of Kerch, Vicar of the Diocese of Sourozh, and Dean of the  Stavropegic Intercession Parish in the city of Manchester.
On November 9, 2010, he was relieved of his position as the Dean of the Manchester Church of the Intercession, with the right to freely serve in this parish, with the expression of gratitude for his work on the construction of the church and the formation of the parish.
On May 4, 2017, he was made retired for health reasons, with expressed gratitude for the work on the organization of church life in various Dioceses entrusted to his administration, for other church obediences, as well as for many years of work as a Vicar Bishop of the Sourozh Diocese.