Friday, April 13, 2012

St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church - Northridge, California

St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church
Northridge, California
What a gorgeous church building and location!
Image Courtesy: 
 Climbing the steps to the welcoming entrance
 The Dome
 The Beautiful Altar
Above three images and those below courtesy: St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church

Events - Holy Week Schedule

  • Lazarus Sat April 7: 8am Orthros, 9am Divine Liturgy
  • Palm Sunday April 8: 8am Orthros, 9am First Divine Liturgy, 10:30am 2nd Divine Liturgy, 7:30pm Nymphios Service
  • Holy Monday April 9: 7:30pm Nymphios Service
  • Holy Tuesday April 10: 7:30pm Nymphios Service
  • Holy Wednesday April 11: 9am: Liturgy of the Presanctified Gifts, 3pm Holy Unction, 7:30pm Holy Unction
  • Holy Thursday April 12: 9am Divine Liturgy, 7:30pm The Twelve Gospels
  • Holy Friday April 13: 9am Royal Hours, 3pm The Deposition of the Lord from the Cross, 7:30pm Lamentations
  • Holy Saturday April 14: 9am Divine Liturgy, 11pm THE RESURRECTION
  • Easter Sunday April 15: 12pm Agape Vespers

Please visit the church's wonderful website for more information.

HAPPY EASTER TO ALL THOSE AROUND THE WORLD WHO FOLLOW 
THE 
ORTHODOX CALENDAR



CHRIST IS RISEN!!!


17 comments:

GrandmaK said...

Beautiful pictures. And so our Easter celebration continues! Alleluia!!!! Have a wonderful weekend! Cathy

imac said...

That looks such a fab and wonderful Church,

Food, Fun and Life in the Charente said...

The church is lovely and the location is beautiful. I still have to be convinced about new buildings though. I love the old churches and the original church shape. Diane

Angelsdoor * Penny said...

Oh Ann.. What a beautiful church..
I love the Altar, and the architecture is beautiful... Thank you so much for sharing this.
blessings, Penny

Georgianna said...

I'm sure that I have driven past this church when I lived in the LA area – it's a stunning and impressive place.

Congratulations on your book releasing in September! Such wonderful news, Ann.

Wishing you a lovely weekend.

Georgianna

Out on the prairie said...

Lovely church spared from a earthquake in this area not too long ago

Victor S E Moubarak said...

This is beautiful. Thanx.

God bless you.

Junibears said...

I'm not always keen on modern architecture but this certainly looks wonderful. The interior is divine.
Hugs to you dear Ann! xx

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Hi Ann, Were your ears burning? I recently talked to someone about your blog--and all of the St. Nicholas churches...

This one in CA is quite different from most, isn't it? That is one fancy church.. Very beautiful. Bet they have a large congregation.

Have a wonderful week, Ann.
Hugs,
Betsy

George said...

This is a beautiful church. The exterior is much more modern than many of the Orthodox churches I've seen. The interior is gorgeous.

Remington said...

Beautiful! Thank you for sharing....

Madi and Mom said...

Hi Ms. Ann
what a lovely Greek Church in California. I did one of my Sunday Steeple Post on a Greek church near us. Very similar architecture.

We had no idea you were writing a book!! OMC and it is about to be published. Mom recently bought a iPad she will have to look into purchasing your book either in hard copy or for her iPad.

MOL MOL MOL....I'm so proud to read that some of my bad habits have rubbed off on Edward!! My theory is life is short eat dessert first and jump on every flat space you can!
Hugs Madi

Bailey said...

What a beautiful church.

Castles Crowns and Cottages said...

HE IS RISEN INDEED, and we can celebrate that ALL YEAR LONG! HI ANN!!! So nice to see you today and thank you for the encouragement. I am excited to see the journey unfold as I venture out into new circles to help me at least be exposed and learn. THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR BELIEVING IN ME!!! Hugs, Anita

Angelsdoor * Penny said...

Hi Ann
Thank you so much for wandering over and leaving such a kind note.. So happy you enjoyed the bird's.
Have a question... Did you recently post, or ever post on a church in Huntington Beach by the name of St. Mary's by the Sea..
A few weeks ago I saw it somewhere on the net.. Thought it was your blog but do not see it...
Anyway, the reason I was so surprised and happy to see this church is because I used to attend that church... I lived just two blocks away when my children were little. Sure is a small world.
Wishing you a beautiful week.
Blessings,
Penny

Rayanne said...

I love your blog!! Thanks for what you do here. Bless you!!

troutbirder said...

A wonderful mix of the old and the new. I like it... :)