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We would like to welcome you to the official website of St. Nicholas Cathedral. St. Nicholas is the mother Cathedral and seat of the Metropolitan of the  Antiochian Orthodox Christian Archdiocese of North America. It is also the first community established by St. Raphael of Brooklyn. If you would like more information, feel free to contact Father Thomas Zain, the Cathedral's Dean.

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St. Nicholas Cathedral Announcement email Group
If you would like to stay informed with up to date information regarding church services, social events, schedule changes and deaths in the parish, please click here to subscribe to our Cathedral Announcement List.
Hamelat El-Teeb Charity Lunch

The Hamelat El-Teeb of St. Nicholas Cathedral will hold their annual charity luncheon on Sunday, March 3 after the Divine Liturgy. Please see the attached flier for details. This charity lunch is part of an archdiocesean wide effort for this year's national project of the Antiochian Woman of "Building a new Cathedral at the Antiochian Village".


New Iconography Project Underway

As we approach the celebration of the 100th Anniversary of our State Street Cathedral location, we have begun preparations for a major celebration in October to kick off the cenntinnial of our State Street Cathedral by finishing the iconography in the Cathedral nave and altar. Here are some photos of the progress to date. Check back often for further updates throughout the coming weeks. A special thank you to iconographer Vasilis Fatjon and parishioiner Mark Asproyerakas for their hard work installing the new icons and frescos. Click here to take a look at the photos in the gallery.

 

 


Building Project is Underway!

Thanks be to God, after several years of dreaming and the last 18 months of serious planning, yesterday we signed with an architectural firm and have set in motion our plans to build a small addition in the alleyway of the Cathedral. The highlight of this addition will be an elevator for our elderly and disabled and much needed church school rooms for our children. Once the architectural firm has finalized the plans and the the design is ready, we will hold a parish meeting to explain everything and, after receiving the blessing of Metropolitan JOSEPH, we will kick off our fund-raising efforts. You will hear more and more about this in the days and weeks to come and start seeing work done this summer. Thanks to all who have gotten us to this point and to the generosity of Rose Faris and her brother Edward Faris who left us with a substantial amount to help us start this project. May their memory be eternal!


List of all Cathedral Departed Available for Download

You can now download a list of the Cathedral departed that used to be printed in the monthly newsletter. We are making it available in this format in order to save printing costs. If you find any omissions or mistakes in the name/date of death of your departed loved one, please email Fr. Thomas at stnickcathedral2@aol.com to have it corrected. The attached file is current as of January, 2019.
Click here to download the file.files/memorials-the-list-updated-January-26-2019.pdf (12048kb)

Cathedral Brochure

In 2012, we  completed a new, updated version of our Cathedral brochure. This pamphlet is now available to parishioners and visitors alike for free in the vestibule of the Cathedral. You may also view  it by clicking here.

02/17/19 - Sunday of the Pharisee and the Publican
  • Sunday of the Pharisee and the Publican (Download)
02/10/19 - Hieromartyr Charalampos, bishop of Magnesia and Seventeenth Sunday of Matthew
  • Hieromartyr Charalampos, bishop of Magnesia and Seventeenth Sunday of Matthew (Download)
02/03/19 - Sixteenth Sunday of Pentecost & Sixteenth Sunday of Matthew
  • Sixteenth Sunday of Pentecost & Sixteenth Sunday of Matthew (Download)
01/27/19 - Recovery of the relics of John Chrysostom & 15th Sunday of Luke
  • Recovery of the relics of John Chrysostom & 15th Sunday of Luke (Download)
02/01/18 - Great Fast 2018 Newsletter
Life of St. Raphael

As we celebrate the 124th Anniversary of our Mother Cathedral in 2019, it is important that we know our history and where we came from. With that in mind, in addition to the history section of our webiste, you can download a brief life of St. Raphael of Brooklyn who founded our community in 1895. Please click on the following links below to download the Cathedral booklet about St. Raphael's life:

1. Cover
2. Inside of Booklet

 


Sunday, February 24th
9:20 Orthros (Matins)
10:30 Divine Liturgy
Saturday, March 2nd
10:30am Soul Saturday Divine Liturgy

   


St. Nicholas Antiochian Orthodox Cathedral
355 State Street
Brooklyn, NY 11217-1705

info@stnicholascathedral.org
(718) 855-6225 (Phone)
(718) 855-3608 (Fax)





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