SCHEDULE OF SERVICES

Saint Nicholas Cathedral NYC

SCHEDULE OF SERVICES 

April 29th, Thursday

Holy Thursday

Remembrance of the Mystical Supper

10:00 AM Matins, Vesperal Liturgy

Confession after service

6:00 PM Matins with the reading of the 12 Passion Gospels

April 30th, Friday

Holy Friday

Passion of Jesus Christ

10:00 AM Royal Hours

3:00 PM Vespers with the Placing of the Holy Shroud

6:00 PM Matins of Holy Saturday, rite of the burial of the Holy Shroud

May 1st, Saturday

Holy Saturday

10:00 AM Matins, Vesperal Liturgy

Confession after service

From 12:00PM - 8:00PM Blessing of Kuliches

The church will close at 8pm until 7am

11:30 PM Midnight Office (The church will be closed, Live Stream Service Only)

May 2nd, Sunday

Pascha, Easter The Bright Resurrection of Christ

12:00 AM Matins, and Liturgy (The chuch will be closed, Live Stream Service Only)

7:30 AM Liturgy (Language: Slavonic and English) no confession

10:00 AM Liturgy (in Slavonic) no confession

3:00 PM Paschal Vespers

May 4th, Tuesday

7:00 PM Мoleben, youth meeting

 

May 6th, Thursday

Bright Thursday

Great-martyr George, the Victory-bearer

9:30 AM Matins, Liturgy

6:00 PM Paschal Vespers and Matins.Confession after service

 

May 7th, Friday

Bright Friday "Life-giving Spring" Icon of the Most Holy Theotokos

10:00 AM Paschal Liturgy, Blessing of Waters

6:00 PM Paschal Vespers and Matins.Confession after service

 

May 8th, Saturday Cуббота

Bright Saturday

10:00 AM Liturgy.Confession after service

6:00 PM Vigil.Confession after the Gospel reading

Distribution of the artos

 

May 9th, Sunday

2nd Sunday of Pascha (Antipascha) St. Thomas Sunday Commemoration of the armed forces and all those who died in the Great Patriotic War (WWII) 1941–1945

7:45 AM Liturgy (In English)

10:00 AM Liturgy Victory Day Moleben

May 11th, Tuesday

Radonitsa, commemoration of the dead

10:00 AM Liturgy, Panikhida

7:00 PM Мoleben, youth meeting

 

May 13th, Thursday

6:00 PM Moleben and Akathist to St. Nicholas.Confession after service

 

May 14th, Friday

6:00 PM Matins and Akathist to the Resurrection of Christ. Confession after service

May 15st, Saturday

Translation (movement) of the relics of the Martyrs and Passion-Bearers Boris and Gleb

10:00 AM Liturgy (in English), Confession after service

6:00 PM Vigil, Confession after the Gospel reading

 

May 16th, Sunday

3rd Sunday of Pascha The Myrrh-bearing Women

7:45 AM Liturgy (In English)

10:00 AM Liturgy

 

May 18th, Tuesday

Icon of the Mother of God “the Inexhaustible Chalice”, Great Martyr Irene, Commemoration of those, suffering from alcohol and drug addiction.

10:00 AM Liturgy

7:00 PM Мoleben, youth meeting

 

May 20th, Thursday

6:00 PM Moleben and Akathist to St. Nicholas, Confession after service

May 21st, Friday

6:00 PM Vigil. Confession after the Gospel reading

 

May 22st, Saturday

Translation (movement) of the relics of St. Nicholas from Myra to Bari.

120th Anniversary of the laying of the cornerstone of the cathedral by St.Tikhon

10:00 AM Liturgy. Confession after service

6:00 PM Vigil. Confession after the Gospel reading

 

May 23rd, Sunday

4th Sunday of Pascha The Paralyzed Man

7:45 AM Liturgy (In English)

10:00 AM Liturgy

 

May 25th, Tuesday

7:00 PM Мoleben, youth meeting

 

May 26th, Wednesday

Mid-Pentecost, blessing of water

9:30 AM Matins, Liturgy

 

May 27th, Thursday

6:00 PM Moleben and Akathist to St. Nicholas, Confession after service

 

May 28th, Friday

6:00 PM Matins and Akathist to the Resurrection of Christ. Confession after service

 

May 29th, Saturday

Venerable Theodore the Sanctified

10:00 AM Liturgy. Confession after service 

6:00 PM Vigil. Confession after the Gospel reading

 

May 30th, Sunday

5th Sunday of Pascha The Samaritan Woman

7:45 AM Liturgy (In English)

10:00 AM Liturgy

«Самое важное, что должно происходить во время Великого поста, — это то, чтобы сознание наше чаще обращалось к Богу. Не только в тот момент, когда мы молимся или посещаем храм, но и в течение дня мы должны контролировать свое духовное состояние. Мы должны контролировать свои мысли, свои чувства, и если выработается такой навык самоконтроля, то это будет очень существенным сдвигом в нашей внутренней духовной жизни. Мы действительно овладеем неким инструментом воздействия на самих себя, который поможет нам исправить нашу жизнь»

- HIS HOLINESS PATRIARCH KIRILL

The first Orthodox parish on the east coast of North America continent was organized in New York City in 1870.

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DEAR BROTHERS AND SISTERS!

All of your generous donations go towards maintenance and upkeep of our church. By contributing you take part in our mission to continue the work of our founder, Saint Tikhon (Belavin), who envisioned Saint Nicholas Cathedral to be a spiritual home for all people from all walks of life. St.Nicholas Russian Orthodox Cathedral is a registered tax-exempt organization. Tax deductible receipts can be obtained upon request.

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 Make payable to "SAINT NICHOLAS CATHEDRAL" 

Donations can be mailed to the following address

Saint Nicholas Cathedral, 15 E 97th St, New York, NY 10029

You can reach us at (877) 431-7348 or cathedral@ruschurchusa.org

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