We’re pleased to announce that the divine services in our St. Nicholas Church will be broadcast live on the Internet! The purpose of this ministry is to provide shut-ins that have Internet access, college students that may not be able to get to an Orthodox Church, or people interested in our precious Christian Orthodox Faith, the opportunity to view our church services.
The divine services are broadcasted live during the time of the actual services via Facebook Live. To view the services, visit the St. Nicholas Community Facebook page. A Facebook account is not required to review the live services. Visit our calendar to view upcoming services dates and times.
Light a Virtual Candle
“I am the light of the world; he who follows me will not walk in darkness, but will have the light of life.”
Upon entering an Orthodox church it is customary to light candles and offer prayers for one’s personal needs or that of a family member or friend. Candles are lit before icons as a sign of one’s faith and hope in God’s help that is always sent to all who turn to Him and His Saints with faith and prayers. In practice, when lighting a candle in Church the faithful usually make an offering to the Church. By lighting a candle and offering a prayer, one enters into closer contact with the Church and her ministry to the faithful, invisibly warming the soul by the visible light of the candle.
To make an offering select the donate link below.