St. Nicholas Russian Orthodox Church
980 Bridle Path Rd Bethlehem, PA. 18017
Orthodox Church in America
Week of January 23, 2023 Updates from St. Nicholas

(Email Sent 01/23/2023 @ 1:10 pm)

Parish Faithful,

Below please find a summary of upcoming services and events. 

Saturday, January 28                  

          5:00 pm – Great Vespers

Sunday, January 29 - Sunday of Zacchaeus

          9:10 am – Reading of the Hours

          9:30 am – Divine Liturgy

Wednesday, February 1             

          6:00 pm – Great Vespers with Litia

Thursday, February 2 - Meeting of the Lord in the Temple

          8:50 am – Reading of the Hours

          9:00 am – Divine Liturgy

Saturday, February 4                  

          4:30 pm – General Panikhida

          5:00 pm – Great Vespers

Sunday, February 5 - Publican & Pharisee

          9:10 – Reading of the Hours

          9:30 – Divine Liturgy

Saturday, February 11                

          5:00 pm – Great Vespers

Sunday, February 12 - Prodigal Son

          9:10 – Reading of the Hours

          9:30 – Divine Liturgy

Thursday, February 16 - St. Nicholas of Japan

          8:50 am – Reading of the Hours

          9:00 am – Divine Liturgy

***Live Stream will also be available for all services.***

In Christ,

Jennifer N. Bzik

Administrative Assistant






Welcome to St. Nicholas Russian Orthodox Church!

Glory to Jesus Christ! Glory forever! 

 

Welcome to St. Nicholas Russian Orthodox Church.

 

St. Nicholas Church is a parish of the Diocese of Philadelphia and Eastern Pennsylvania, of the Orthodox Church in America (OCA). It is located in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, in the beautiful and growing Lehigh Valley. 

All are welcome to join us for any of our services! 

 

If you are looking for a new Church home, or are curious about the Orthodox Church and ancient Christianity, we encourage you to “come and see.” (John 1:46) 

 

We hope to see you soon!




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