The 500th Anniversary of the Protestant Reformation occurs at the end of this month. Although Orthodox Christians were not a part of this momentous event in Christian history, for half a millennium it has had an impact on all Christians, and beyond. On the evening of Monday, October 30 and during the day on Tuesday, […]
We regret to announce, due to unforeseen scheduling conflicts, St. Nicholas Church, along with our friends at Faithtree Resources has decided to postpone our retreat weekend “Let’s Talk About the Hard Stuff” until a future date in order to accommodate as many registrants as possible. Stay tuned for a new date, to be announced very […]
Sunday, September 24—Name Tag Sunday After the Divine Liturgy plan to attend the Church picnic at Manhattan Park. (Bring a your own picnic lunch and a dish to share!) Then, cheer-on our St. Nicholas softball team as they play their annual St. George v. St. Nicholas Softball Game!
Sunday, September 17—Open Seating/Name Tag Sunday Come to Church and be open to a new perspective! Enjoy worship from a place you’ve never sat before with people you’ve never sat near, then enjoy getting to know them better at Coffee Hour, featuring a 10 Yard Ice Cream Sundae Bar! We are asking everyone to […]
Sunday, September 8—FALL KICK-OFF This year’s theme is REJOICE IN THE LORD AND CELEBRATE HIS GOODNESS! We have so much to thank God for! So to launch the new church year, we have planned a memorable kick-off celebration for the entire family! 8:50-9:50 AM Start the church year off right by attending […]
On Thursday, September 13, we celebrate the Feast of the Elevation of the Cross. We will join our sister church of Holy Cross for the 5 PM Matins and 6 PM Vespers. Listen to Fr. Thomas Hopko’s podcast about the cross and our sin: [Podcast]. If you desire to read an insightful narrative entitled “O Paradox of […]
We will be celebrating the Feast of the Nativity of the Theotokos with Bishop ANTHONY @ St. George Friday, September 7 – Festal Vespers at 6 PM Saturday, September 8 – Divine Liturgy at 10 AM & Great Vespers at 5 PM Why do we celebrate this feast? Let the words of the Apolytikion assist in […]