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“We did not know where we were,
in Heaven or on Earth!” 

Russian Ambassadors (987 AD), in a report to Prince Vladimir
of Kiev Concerning the Orthodox Church.

Welcome to Saint Nicholas

We celebrate the Divine Liturgy every Sunday at 10 am. Below you will find some helpful information and links to learn a little bit more about us, and how we worship. If you have any questions, comments, or concerns please do not hesitate to contact us.

Who to Expect

We are men, women, children, plumbers, electricians, business executives, students, teachers, motorcycle riders, athletes, artists, young, and old, but most of all we are FAMILY. Please Note: While many of our parishioners are descendants of immigrants from traditionally Orthodox countries (i.e.. Greece, Romania, Russia, etc.), the Orthodox Church is open for ALL people!

What to Expect

"The Church is an earthly heaven in which the Heavenly God dwells and moves" (St. Germanus, 733 AD). The Orthodox Church is, above all, a worshipping community which gathers together to experience the Divine Grace of God through the Holy Sacraments. Our bilingual services stem from the Traditions of the earliest days of Christian worship, and ALL are welcome to attend!

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What We Believe

The Orthodox Christian Church is the original Church, founded by our Lord Jesus Christ Himself, as read in the pages of the New Testament. To this day, the Orthodox Church has maintained the practices, beliefs, and ecclesiastical Traditions since its inception 2,000 years ago. Our faith is informed by these timeless Traditions and dogmas, and experienced today through the Holy Sacraments and our personal connection with Christ. 

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We would love to see you soon!