On Sunday May 28th 2023, we baptized John Richard DiSorbo. John Richard is the son of Danielle and Daniel DiSorbo. His grandparents are Helen and Richard DiBacco. May God grant them many happy healthy years and we are pleased he is part of our growing community!
On Saturday May 27, 2023 we baptized Maxim Edward Nicholas Izzo. He is the son of Megan and Paul Izzo. Nicholas Izzo Jr, his uncle, was the godfather. May God grant him many happy healthy years!
Today, May 13, we held a very successful flea market/craft fair....We thank Guptills for allowing us to use their parking facilites once again, which made things run more smootly for us. We hope to continue in September.... Please keep watching...
On Saturday, April 22, we ventured up to Ballston Spa and Stillwater to bless the thoroughbreds owned by Janina Miszkiewicz.
On March 5, 2023, at our annual meeting, we elected a new board based on the new By-Laws that were passed at that same meeting… On March 12 we installed the officers with his Eminence Archbishop Michael’s blessing.
… the following people were sworn in:
Barbara Gerzonich, trustee, President; Brother David Ferencz, trustee Secretary; Joseph Molesky, trustee Treasurer; Tatiana Mazur, trustee Financial Secretary; David Oreshan, trustee at large; Stephen Barsigian, trustee at large; Victor Shashilov, trustee at large…
May God grant them a successful, healthy and happy year as parish council members. Многая лета!
Welcome to St Nicholas Orthodox Church! We hope you will enjoy your visit. We are a parish of the Orthodox Church in America (OCA), serving Christ in the Cohoes and Greater Albany Capital Region. Our liturgical services are primarily in English with small sections in Church Slavonic, Romanian, Greek or Arabic depending on the needs of the congregation at that time.
Our parish has an average of 35 people for a Sunday Liturgy with an outreach of over 100 who come to our church at some point in the church year. Our church is mainly composed of second and third generation people with origins from Lemkovyna (a region now part of Ukraine, Poland and Slovakia).
Recently, our church has become the spiritual home of a smattering of immigrants from Romania, Macedonia, Georgia, Moldova, Belarus, Russia and our own community here in America. Our mission is to expand our Christian family by embracing all people who want to share a life in Christ and to be the home for people of all backgrounds.
For information regarding church matters only please call Fr. Terenti at 518-369-2430. DO NOT CALL THIS NUMBER FOR FLEA MARKET QUESTIONS. For flea market inquiries please call 518-867-4102 or email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The monthly bulletin is available by clicking "Monthly Bulletin" on the top menu and following the link. The monthly calendar which lists the services and meetings for the month is available by going to the "Schedule" link on the top. Certain parts of the bulletin are not provided on this website, for example candle listings. If you contact Fr. Terenti, he can provide those to you.