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Many people ask us if our services are in Russian. The short answer is no. While we were founded by Russian immigrants, we have become a pan-ethnic Orthodox community. Our Faith is open to all people in this nation who are interested in learning about and living out the Apostolic Faith of New Testament Church.
When Great prince Vladimir was looking for a faith for his people, he sent emissaries all over the earth to explore different religions. They found what they were looking for in the beautiful temple of Hagia Sophia, where they said "we no longer knew whether we were in heaven or on earth." At the heart of the Orthodox Faith is the belief that The Word was made flesh, and dwelt among us, and we beheld His glory’ –John 1:14. The Liturgical journey that we embark on throughout the year here at St. Nicholas bears witness to this ever-present truth that God became Man.
Now the Faith that was brought from Byzantium to Russia, has been brought to America. God has opened a door for us to enter the saving Ark, unshaken by the passing fads, and religous trends of this world. We emphasize that Orthodoxy is the unchanged Faith, but the reason we do not change the Faith is because it is this Ancient Faith that changes us!
May the God of Love, the Holy Trinity, One in essence and undivided ever protect and keep you!
Weekly Worship Calendar
Wednesday, October 17th
7:00PM Active Service (Ministries) Group Meeting
Saturday, October 20th
5:45PM 9th Hour
6:00PM Great Vespers
Sunday, October 21st
9:15AM The Hours
9:30AM Divine Liturgy
Please view our current bulletin on the 'Bulletins' section on this website. The bulletin will have the church's current projects and upcoming events.
See below for Special Events.
Great Vespers on Saturdays will now begin at 6:00PM
Divine Liturgy on Sundays will begin at 9:30AM
Church School will begin after Holy Communion
The Orthodox Church is evangelical, but not Protestant. It's Orthodox, but not Jewish. It's Catholic, but not Roman. It isn't non-denominational, it's pre-denominational. It has been believed, taught, preserved, defended and died for. The Faith of the Apostles, since the day of Pentecost 2000 years ago.