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Announcements

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Meditation Group for All: June 17 at 3:30pm

The group will meet monthly (4rd Saturday of the month) from 3:30 pm to 4:30 pm in the Annex.  We will look into the structured format of the Holy Scripture prayer, The Jesus Prayer and the Prayer of the Heart.

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Orientale Lumen Conference: The 21st "grass roots" ecumenical conference named after St. John Paul II's apostolic letter "The Light of the East" will be held on June 19-22, 2017 in Washington, DC on the theme "Chieti and Crete: Two Historical Events."  The conference is open to the public and includes laity and clergy from Roman Catholic, Eastern Orthodox, Eastern Catholic and Oriental Orthodox Churches.  The agenda contains plenary lectures by leading ecumenists, ecumenical prayer services, and plenty of opportunity for fellowship.  For details visit:  www.olfoundation.net and select the OL XXI menu option on the Conferences tab or call 703-691-8862.

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On Sunday June 25, 2017, following the Divine Liturgy, Protodeacon Peter Danilchick will be discussing his new book on Christian leadership "Thy Will Be Done: Strategic Leadership, Planning, and Management for Christians", recently published by St. Vladimir's Seminary Press. Copies of his book will be available for purchase as well as signing by Protodeacon Peter. These books would make excellent gifts for all church leaders but especially young people in college or entering the business or corporate world.

This is what Metropolitan Tikhon had to say about the book: "Protodeacon Peter is a gifted person who combines extraordinary competence and achievement in the secular world with devoted Christian service on every level of church life, from parishes to patriarchs. This book distills his vast and varied experience in practical and inspiring ways that will be of immediate benefit to anyone interested in how to better lead, plan and manage in churches, church organizations and charitable institutions. But it will also help Christians who have or aspire to leadership roles in the wider business world and who want to figure out how to better work as Christians in those settings. There is no other book like this."

Protodeacon Peter serves at St. Mary Orthodox Church in Falls Church, Virginia in the Romanian Episcopate of the OCA. He also serves as a Trustee of St. Vladimir's Seminary and on the Secretariat of the Assembly of Canonical Orthodox Bishops of the USA. He is a retired executive from Exxon Mobil Corporation. For more information, see his website http://www.christianleadership.co/

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Gift Corner: Please come and easily find something for everyone on your gift list.  There are books for children as well as adults, a new collection of amber, honey and beautiful new icons painted by our very own master iconographer Alexander Moskalionov. Our book room in the annex has hundreds of new volumes that are $1 each unless marked otherwise.


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PLEASE REMEMBER TO SUBMIT YOUR PLEDGE FOR 2017!!!
 

"O Lord, sanctify those, who love the beauty of Your house!

Reward them with Your rich and Heavenly gifts, 

given them Heavenly things for the earthly ones, 

eternal things for the temporal ones, 

incorruptible things for those that perish"

St. Basil the Great. Liturgy 

Pledge Letter in MS Word  or  in PDF

PLEDGE FORM  in MS Word   or   PLEDGE FORM in PDF


            St. Nicholas Cathedral is grateful for every donation received throughout the year.  Your generous support enables the Cathedral to spread the teaching of Our Lord Jesus Christ, serve regular Divine Liturgies and Sacraments and provide spiritual nourishment to our faithful, their families and  those in need.  Your pledge of support is a sign of your heartfelt participation in the life of our parish family and it plays a vital role in enabling us to meet our financial responsibilities.  Please, download and read the letter, which explains the importance of the timely pledges.

            We pray that everybody who attends St. Nicholas Cathedral and cares for it financial security will make a pledge for 2017!

            If you don’t have a pledge form, you can download it from the link bellow or pick up a hard copy either at the candle counter or by calling the office at 202-333-5060.  Please take a few minutes to fill out the pledge form and submit it to either the candle counter or mail it to

St. Nicholas Cathedral

3500 Massachusetts Ave., NW

Washington DC 20007


Thank you for your support and keeping St. Nicholas strong and a place we can be proud of!

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Amazon Smile 
We encourage everyone to register with Amazon Smile which will donate 0.5% of your purchase price to our Cathedral.  Please designate our church - "Russian Orthodox Church of St Nicholas" (legal name of our Cathedral) - as your charity of choice.  Instructions on how to join can be found hereThank you for your help!
 
With love in Christ,
Larry Harrison, Treasurer
 
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One-hour weekly classes in basic English open to all parishioners and friends will be taught by volunteers every Sunday at 1PM in the library on the first floor of our annex building.  If you are interested in improving your skills in English, please come and see whether you would enjoy this class.  Just come to the library by 1PM and give you name to the teacher.

Irena Ananjana has again volunteered to teach an hour class in basic Russian conversation and reading twice a month on Sundays in the first floor room of our annex building.  These lessons will be held from 11AM to 12PM. New and continuing students are welcome.  The only requirement is an interest in learning Russian! For any questions, please email Irena at: irena_ananjana@hotmail.com Приветствуем всех!

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If you are aware of a parishioner who is ill or for some reason can not attend church services regularly, it is possible they might benefit from a card sent by our Dormition Guild or a phone call or visit from clergy.  In such case, please notify Andrea Lutov for the Dormition Guild (andrealutov@gmail.com), Fr. George (gkokhno@gmail.com)  or Fr. Valery (shemchukv@gmail.com)

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