About St. Nicholas
Who We AreFrom the first time a group of Russians, Serbs, Greeks, Alaskan Aleuts, and Arabs gathered in a tiny house in what is now inner Southeast Portland for the first Divine Liturgy in Oregon in 1890, St. Nicholas has been the spiritual home to people of a variety of ethnic origins — Read More
About the Parish
Our parish practices social distancing, and we limit the number of people who can attend services, in accordance with instructions from our bishop. We maintain six feet of distance between people inside the church and require masks inside.
If you want to attend Liturgy, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with information about which services you might wish to attend. An email goes out weekly with a link to a form for a limited number of people to sign up to attend Sunday Liturgy or post-Liturgy Communion for people who don't attend Liturgy.
Prayers, readings, and related resources related to the coronavirus pandemic and quarantine are available from the Orthodox Church in America
Divine Liturgy, The Protection of our Most Holy Lady Theotokos and Ever-Virgin Mary
Services are beginning to open up for a limited number of participants. Please contact Fr. John for more information.
Please check our calendar for the schedule.
We're also streaming our services. Visit our Facebook page for videos and information.
We will be praying for you, as you pray with us. God bless you!