Develop a deeper knowledge of the Holy Scriptures by committing to attend Wednesday Night Bible Study. This is a perfect opportunity to grow in Christ. The adult group is studying the Book of Matthew and the teens are studying the Acts of the Apostles. Dinner from 6:00-6:50 pm Bible Study from 7:00-8:00 pm
WOW! what a turnout at O.M.G.–Engage! The hallways were buzzing as everyone participated in last week’s ministry fair! Huge numbers of church members signed up to join the nearly 50-ministries at St. Nicholas. We’re on a roll. We all now have an active part we can play in the life of our church. Thank you to […]
His Grace, Bishop Anthony, will be visiting St. Nicholas Church the weekend of September 10th and 11th. What a great way to kick off the church school year with inspiring words for students, teachers, and parents. After church school, join His Grace for a Hierarchical Divine Liturgy at 10am.
Saturday, September 24th, from Noon-3pm, the Works of Mercy Ministry of St. Nicholas Church will be grilling lunch at Shepherds of Independence. It is a shelter that cares for mentally ill patients. 10-15 parishioners are needed to serve food and interact with the residents. The patients will also be entertained by our talented Nick Ayoub. […]
Final preparations are being made for our Middle Eastern Dinner at St. Nicholas. On Thursday, October 20th, from 5-8pm, the public can purchase a take-out meal. Don’t miss authentic Middle Eastern food at its best! Your dinner includes: A delicious Middle Eastern salad, hummus, rice with green beans and meat balls in a tomato sauce […]
Guess what? Your Bishop can golf and he’s calling all golfers to join him. The scramble begins Saturday, September 10th at 1:30pm at The Golf Club at Thornapple Pointe. Golf and dinner is $125 and all proceeds go to the Diocese of Toledo and the Midwest Mission Fund. Non-golfers are welcome to join for dinner […]
Hugely Successful Beyond the Image Sacred Art Conference
A wonderful turnout at St. Nicholas Church for our conference on iconography, sacred art. Most of the people in attendance were non-Orthodox who came to learn about our icons and why they are a central part of Orthodoxy. Icons in the Orthodox Church are called “Windows to Heaven.” St. Nicholas Church opened those windows to […]