The Orthodox Church is evangelical, but not Protestant. It is orthodox, but not Jewish. It is catholic, but not Roman. It isn't non-denominational - it is pre-denominational. It has believed, taught, preserved, defended and died for the Faith of the Apostles since the Day of Pentecost 2000 years ago.

Welcome to Saint Nectarios Orthodox Church. We are a parish of the Orthodox Christian Faith which was established on the day of Holy Pentecost in the Year 33 AD. Our parish community is a member of the American Carpatho-Russian Orthodox Diocese of the U.S.A. whose presiding bishop is His Grace, Bishop Gregory of Nyssa. The American Carpatho-Russian Orthodox Diocese is an autonomous diocese under the spiritual protection of the Ecumenical Patriarchate of Constantinople of which His All-Holiness, Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew I is the Primate.

Through this web site, we are pleased to be able to introduce you to the worship and fellowship as it is expressed in the life of our Parish. If you are a new member of our parish, or are considering membership, these web pages will acquaint you with what our parish offers. Learn More ... 

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St. Nectarios Annual Parish Meeting 

On-Line Stewardship Offering

Worship Schedule

Liturgy: Sundays and Feast Days 9:30 am

Confession: Before/After Services or by appointment


Nativity of our Lord
Dec 25
Commemoration of St. Basil the Great
Jan 1
Circumcision of Our Lord
Jan 1
Forefeast of Theophany
Jan 5
Strict Fast
Jan 5
Royal Hours
Jan 5 9:30 am
Vesperal Liturgy of St. Basil
Jan 5 11 am
Great Blessing of Water Service
Jan 5 6 pm
Feast of Theophany
Jan 6
Divine Liturgy
Jan 6 9:30 am
Synaxis of St. John the Baptist
Jan 7