Welcome To St Nicholas

Holy Week & Easter at St. Nicholas: The Triduum

Schedule of Services April 09—April 16

The greatest week of our Church is upon us. We pray for peace in our world, an end to the senseless violence and hatred. We gather as a community of faith to sing praise to our Lord. Let us come together this Holy Week and celebrate our faith together, as a worshiping family.

Palm Sunday, April 9: 10am
There is no 4:30 Liturgy on April 8

Maundy Thursday, April 13: 7pm

Good Friday, April 14: 7pm

Great Easter Vigil, Saturday, April 15: 8pm
There is no 4:30 Liturgy on April 15

Easter Sunday, April 16: 10am
Easter Egg Hunt and a visit by the Easter Bunny


You Are Always Welcome at St Nicholas

Be a part of the Community of St Nicholas! Attend a support group meeting, volunteer at our twice-monthly food pantry, or come just as you are to worship Saturday evenings at 4:30PM (informal and friendly), or Sunday mornings at 10AM (somewhat more formal, but just as friendly). St. Nicholas welcomes everyone, just as they are!U

Online Calendar Supports iCal and has an RSS feed

Check out the ONLINE Calendar! Not only can you see what’s on the horizon, you can request email reminders for events and subscribe to a live feed of the calendar with any product supporting the iCal format. It’s also available on our Calendar page, along with a “This Week at St Nick’s” item in the left margin.


Amazon Search is now at the bottom of the page

You can search for anything you need at Amazon, via the search bar in the footer below. All sales benefit St Nicholas.


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Important Dates We Remember

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LIsten to Father Manny's sermon from Sunday, Feb 14, the first Sunday of Lent (and also Valentine's Day). First Sunday of Lent 02.14.2016 from stnickchurch59 on GodTube. Continue Reading