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Jan 6, 2023 - Theophany. The blessing of San Anselmo Creek.

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December 6, 2022 — His Grace Bishop Benjamin visits on St. Nicholas Day

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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.

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

Upcoming Services / Events

NEXT Live-Streamed Service
  • 28/Jan
    Saturday

    3:30pm Choir Rehearsal for Pre-Lent, etc.
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    6:00 pm Vespers
    Live-Stream Scheduled

  • 29/Jan
    Sunday

    9:30 am Divine Liturgy
    Live-Stream Scheduled
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    2:00 pm Teen Outing Tennessee Valley

  • 30/Jan
    Monday

    Three Hierarchs
    9:30 am Divine Liturgy at Holy Trinity Cathedral, SF

From the Amvon

The Feast of Epiphany

January 2023

The feast of Epiphany on January 5-6 is a most glorious way to begin the new year. It is indeed a feast of re-creation, i.e., making everything in our life new. Fr. Alexander Schmemann reminds us that “the world turned away from God, forgot Him, stopped seeing Him and immersed itself in sin, darkness and death. But God did not forget the world. Here, in His baptism, God returns it to us, shining with the glory of the stars and the beauty it had on the first day of creation. “If anyone thirsts, let him come to me and drink. He who believes in me…out of his heart shall flow rivers of living water” (Jn 7:37, 38).

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  • How Do We Align Ourselves with Christ?

    Continuing Discussion Group -- Next Meeting: Wed., Jan. 11 via Zoom Link — What if we built a course based in the Bible, that brought us up through the Liturgy and the apostles’ and fathers’ understanding of it...

  • 2023 Annual Meeting

    The Annual Meeting will be held on Feb 5, 2023 -- To allow time for discussion of future projects, all the reports of the ministry group leaders will be available via email to our parish mailing list.

  • Movie Night: Sound of Music Sing-along

    Friday, February 10. 6:00 - 9:00 pm. Sound of Music Sing-Along.

Jan 29 — Sunday of Zacchaeus

The paschal season of the Church is preceded by the season of Great Lent, which is also preceded by its own liturgical preparation. The first sign of the approach of Great Lent comes five Sundays before its beginning.

  • Pure Week

    February 27 — March 2 The first week of Great Lent is a very special time of renewal and rededication of our lives to God. It is the most perfect and natural time for a personal retreat.

  • 2023 Pledge Request

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

  • St. Nicholas Day in San Anselmo, CA

    Article by Rev. Dr. Jennifer Lord, Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary. Links directly to dowoca.org site.

  • Learning Opportunities at St. Nicholas

    As we begin the new church year and turn our thoughts to Christian education, I want to an- nounce some fantastic learning opportunities at St Nicholas this Autumn.

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