St. Nicholas Orthodox Church

Wed. Feb. 17th  

6:00pm Panikhida (prayer for the departed) for Philip Kaluponov

7pm Zoom book club (call or email to request the link invitation)

Fri. Feb. 19th

6:30pm Small Compline & Reading of the Lives of the Saints

Sat. Feb. 20th

12pm Panikhida for Dolores Veschio

4:30pm Great Vespers, followed by confession

Sun. Feb. 21st

9:00am—“On the Incarnation” by St. Athanasius book study

10am—Divine Liturgy; hours @ 9:40

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Welcome to Our Church!

Located at 1 Saint Nicholas Drive, Donora PA 15033


St. Nicholas Church is an energetic community of Orthodox Christians from diverse backgrounds who embrace the historic Orthodox Christian faith.  As part of the One, Holy, Catholic, and Apostolic Church established by our Lord Jesus Christ, we are committed to living, proclaiming, and manifesting the Gospel of Jesus Christ as a Church and in our broader community. We encourage newcomers!


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Our parish is a member of the Diocese of Western Pennsylvania of the Orthodox Church in America, under His Eminence Archbishop Melchisedek.  All are welcome to join us to experience the beauty of Orthodox worship, and the warmth and hospitality of the faithful of St. Nicholas Orthodox Church!


We hope to see you soon!

St Nicholas Church is beginning to hold public services again at this time, by God’s Grace, albeit in a gradual progression. At this time we have room for about 25-30 people downstairs per service. Attendants are encourage to keep 6 feet apart and to wear a mask.

We welcome visitors, even during these unusual times.

Vespers on Saturday evening is at 4:30pm, open to all.

If you would like to attend Divine Liturgy on Sundays at 10:00AM, please call the Rectory at (724) 379-4827 or email Fr. John at so Fr. John can keep a head count. In recent weeks we have not gone over our limit, so there is room. 

The best way to learn more about the Orthodox Faith, or to deepen one's life in the Church, is to be in the Church whenever possible. We believe what we pray, and we pray what we believe; how we worship is who we are. 

Come and see!

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