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May 18, 2022 — Fr. Stephan blesses the Robson Community Gardens

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Apr 24, 2022 - Great & Holy Pascha. Christ is Risen!

Apr 24, 2022 - Great & Holy Pascha. The Angel Cried!

Apr 22, 2022 - Great & Holy Friday.

Apr. 17, 2022 — Palm Sunday Procession.

Apr 16, 2022 - Lazarus Saturday. Blessing of palms and branches. Audio of "We Magnify"

Apr. 6, 2022 — Life of St. Mary of Egypt.

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Mar 13, 2022 - Sunday of Orthodoxy.

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Jan 6, 2022 - Theophany. The blessing of San Anselmo Creek.

Dec 26, 2021 — His Grace Bishop Benjamin visits, along with local clergy on St. Stephen’s Day.

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Dec 6, 2021 — Fr. Stephan is awarded a mitre and the St. Romanos medal.

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Oct 29, 2021 — Square dance and block party

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Aug. 2021 — Transfiguration Hike in San Anselmo

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From the Amvon

Waiting for the Lord to Come

November 2022

In these days of fasting as we approach the “holidays” as everyone now calls this season, our Lord Himself gives us a stern and clear warning. Are we going to be like the guests called to the bridal feast of the king’s son? One refused to come because he had acquired a plot of land. He wanted to possess the earth and instead became a slave to it. The others could not come because they were too busy– there was no time for God. The one who had taken a wife could not share in the joy of the Bridegroom because his heart was already too full. This parable will be read on December 11, just two Sundays before the Winter Pascha. How do we respond to the invitation?

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  • Nativity Fast Special Collections 2022

    Collections will be taken at the end of the Divine Liturgy. Please click here to view the Schedule of Collections.

  • St. Nicholas Day

    At 7 pm on Monday, December 5, we begin the celebration of our “altar feast.” The celebration of a parish feast ought to be something special, full of prayer and good fellowship.

  • Christmas Offering

    We as Orthodox Christians, as we re-witness the birth of our Savior, also should respond out of love and bring to Him our gift.

Dec 11 — Sunday of the Forefathers

By faith You justified the Forefathers, when through them You betrothed Yourself beforehand to the Church of the Gentiles. The saints boast in glory, that from their seed there is a glorious fruit: she who bore You without seed. By their prayers, O Christ God, save our souls.

  • 2023 Pledge Request

    It's time to reflect on our financial commitment to St. Nicholas Church.

  • Reflection for the Feast of Indiction

    Message from His Eminence Metropolitan Gerasimos and Nativity of Christ Greek Orthodox Church

    The Feast of Indiction is upon us; the beginning of a new Ecclesiastical Year.

  • The Parish

    Jesus says that God must be loved first of all with all one’s heart. In biblical usage, the heart is the center of a person’s being. It is the ground of a person’s life, the seat of a person’s will, and the source of a person’s activity, beginning with one’s words.

  • Religious Education 2022-2023

    September also marks the beginning of a new school year. With church school classes resuming on September 18th, we humbly appeal to every member of our parish to deepen his or her commitment to Christian education.

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