St Nicholas
Orthodox Christian Church

Who We Are

We are a worshipping  community of  the Eastern Orthodox Christian Tradition. We proclaim the Truth given to us by our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. We preserve the theology of the Nicene Creed and teachings of the early church established by the apostles and bishops from the beginning, as given to them directly from Jesus Christ. We participate in corporate liturgical & sacramental worship services and practice the ancient personal traditions for spiritual life and growth. 

 

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Your Family in Christ

Every person is created in the image and likeness of God. Through salvation in Jesus Christ we are adopted into One Family – One Body – A New Creation. We are energized by the Holy Spirit to love God and love one another unconditionally, without judgment, and invite all people to join His holy family that includes all Christians past, present, and future.

 

Liturgical & Prayer Life

We join all Orthodox Christians around the world to participate in the beautiful and heavenly liturgical services and regularly receive the grace of God through the holy sacraments. We personally practice prayer, fasting, giving to the poor, and works of mercy making our entire life a prayer to God.

 

Fellowship Groups for Everyone

We are all connected one to another and to God. It is a divine and human fellowship of love and life. There is a place for people of every age and stage of life to connect at St. Nicholas.

 

Outreach & Ministries

God made us in love to love. We manifest this reality through intentional and meaningful ministry opportunities to build up all the members of our church family. We invite our surrounding community to come and learn about God’s Love and the fullness of the Christian faith. We also walk out our doors to meet the community where they are and help them discover God’s love, together.

 

From the Blog

Dear Parishioners, Theophany House Blessings is annual event which follows the Feast of Theophany, the Baptism of Christ, bringing the blessings of the waters in which Christ was baptized to our homes, as a blessing upon our families. BACKGROUND INFORMATION  Houses…

  Fasting should always be accompanied by prayer and almsgiving. By following in the example set by our Patron Saint, we encourage the Faithful to participate in the following almsgiving opportunities:   ALMSGIVING REFLECTION “Not to enable the poor to…