Today, after the Liturgy, I spoke to one of the priests about being received into the Orthodox Church. He suggested continuing to come to the Liturgy and other services that I can attend, daily prayer and selecting one of the clergy with whom to seek guidance and presumably to hear my first confession (and subsequent ones, I fear!
The thing is, I'm not sure if there's a certain etiquette for choosing a priest. I guess in that silly British polite way, I don't want to offend one of the senior priests if I choose one of the priests who I seem to get on well with. I have a lot of admiration for the senior priest there (and he has an incredible knowledge and wisdom and is a wonderful person), but I find it difficult to talk to him, even in general conversation. It's not a ethnic/language barrier, he's British like me, it's just a problem with basic conversing. One of the younger priests is Greek, but I feel as though I am more conversant with him, despite an occasional language difficulty.
I guess the issue is to pray about it? I wondered if anyone had any advice on what is quite an important decision.
Sorry, OT - I was baptised in the Anglican church and my parents confirmed that I was baptised in the name of the Father, Son and Holy Spirit. However, I am the only one of my brothers who does not have a certificate of baptism. Is it likely that I would be baptised again?