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St. Nicholas Orthodox Church Liturgical Schedule

Services November 20-21, 2021

Saturday, Great Vespers, with the Litya and Artoklasia for the Feast of the Entrance of the Theotokos 5PM

Sunday - The Feast of the Entrance of the Theotokos, Matins 8:40 AM, Divine Liturgy 10 AM


Introducing The St. Nicholas Liturgical Workshop Series

We will feature a series of three different workshops on various Sunday mornings, over the next few months, to help us better understand our worship!

Workshop 1:  The Vesting of the Clergy

Fr. Romanos and Dn. Sam will demonstrate how the priest and deacon don each vestment, what they are, and their purpose and significance. This will be happening Sunday, November 14, at 9:30 AM sharp, before the Divine Liturgy

Our Sunday School children, parents, and all parishioners are encouraged and invited to attend!  Questions will be welcome!


Join Our Bible Studies
Join Our Bible Studies

St. Nicholas Spring Bible Study Series Meeting "Virtually" Via Zoom Beginning Wednesday, November 3, 2021 from 7-8 PM

Antiochian Village Camp
Antiochian Village Camp

The Antiochian Village Camp is operated under the jurisdiction of the Archdiocese in the scenic Laurel Highlands region of western PA

Learn About Orthodoxy
Learn About Orthodoxy

God invites us to experience and participate in His love by offering ourselves to one another.

St. Nicholas Sunday School
St. Nicholas Sunday School

St Nicholas Sunday School is back! Sunday School starts on October 3 2021. Registration is on our Sunday School Page



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The Sacrament of Confession and Communion by Appointment

If you would like to participate in the sacrament of confession, please contact Fr. Romanos directly to set up a time.  Additionally, any of our elderly parishioners or those with conditions that would prevent them from being in church on Sundays during this time can arrange to receive the Sacrament of Holy Communion at the church during the week.  Please contact Fr. Romanos for more information or to schedule an appointment.