The Agios Nektarios Chapel is situated in the village of Emba in the Paphos district geographically however ecclesiastically it belongs to the village of Chloraka.

The church was built in 1985 and is located in government land as it is built in the courtyard of the senior citizen home Nefeli Taliotou.

The chapel was initially built with donations given by Ellada Nikolaidou in order to accommodate the needs of the residents, and it was renovated in 1986. In 1996 the chapel was also extended. The rhythm of the temple is basilica with a dome. The templo is wooden carved and is made up of 17 mobile icons and a narrow zone with 14 smaller icons.

A smaller chapel also operated in the courtyard of the temple which is dedicated to Agios Efraim and was built in 1998.

The Agios Nektarios Chapel has its own priest and a church committee. The church celebrates on the 9th of November with a great festival.

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