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Memorials: Remembering Our Loved Ones

It is a part of our custom and holy tradition to remember those who have gone before us. We do this for a number of reasons. We pray for the rest of the departed, we ask that God’s mercy be upon them and us, and we take the time to love and grieve for those who are no longer here at our side. But springing always with these mingled memories and prayers is the rich vein of hope, our hope and our faith that God does not forget the dead but carries them close to Him making them part of His divine life. We offer memorial services routinely, and though there are many different local customs, most often these prayers are made on the fortieth day after the passing away and annually thereafter. If you would like to have these prayers offered for your loved ones, please speak to our priest. You will find more information on this service in the pamphlet below. 

Memorial Service
Memorial Service

All congregate liturgical services are currently cancelled. We invite you to pray from home at this time. Live broadcasts of full Sunday services from St. Nicholas are available on our Facebook channel and may be viewed at any time. Other services and prayers are available in both English and Albanian.

Please reach out to the parish office with any questions or concerns. 

Saturday, July 11th
5:00 Vespers
Sunday, July 12th
10:00 Holy Liturgy

In this time of local and national concern regarding the Corona virus, please be attentive to the changes in our parish service schedule and to those protocols now in effect. These have been implemented out of care for all in our community. We welcome you to explore the details of what is still a changing situation by taking a look at documents from our national Church and from our own Archdiocese. We are grateful for your patience and your prayers. 

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