St. Nicholas Russian Orthodox Church

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May 1945
May 1945
May 1945
September 2010 (Douglas Island in the background)
September 2010 (Douglas Island in the background)
September 2010 (Douglas Island in the background)
October 2016
October 2016
October 2016

Welcome to the website of St. Nicholas Russian Orthodox Church, Juneau, Alaska.  For over 120 years Saint Nicholas Church has been serving the Orthodox Christian faithful in Juneau and the surrounding areas.  We invite you to browse this site and share our joy, vision, and hope, all rooted in a firm faith in our Lord, God, and Savior Jesus Christ.  If you are in Juneau, we invite you to join us each week as we worship the Holy Trinity in spirit and in truth!

ANNOUNCEMENTS:

 

Feast of Annunciation:  We will have Divine Liturgy for the Great Feast of the Annunciation on this Saturday, March 25th at 10 AM: this is the moment when Jesus Christ as the Captain of our Salvation first stepped into the world in order to deliver us forever!  The early mystics taught that when the Theotokos said yes to her part in God’s plan, and accepted the word given to her by Gabriel, Christ was conceived in her at that very moment, and Heaven stood in awe.

 

FaceBook:  Please remember that you can follow our Church on FaceBook, and know that there will be regular posts throughout Great Lent to strengthen and encourage you during the journey towards Holy Week.  You can cut and paste this link into your browser if it is helpful: 

 

https://www.facebook.com/St-Nicholas-Russian-Orthodox-Church-Juneau-1626213664340312/?ref=bookmarks

 

 

Lenten Schedule:  Father David will serve the Great Vespers service (and confession following) every Saturday evening in Great Lent (beginning at 6 PM).  At this time we do not have any regularly scheduled weekday services during Great Lent, because of Father David's travel schedule.  He begs everyone's forgiveness for this, and hopes to offer more next year, with God's help!

 

 

If anyone would like to discuss their plans for fasting with Father David, or would like to ask any questions about fasting, he is very open to talking anytime.  Also, it is a good idea to consider who you might to ask to forgive you during this season, or who you might need to forgive.  And if there is someone in your life that you have particular trouble forgiving, consider at least offering a simple prayer for them on Sundays during the Lenten season.

 

 

REGULAR WEEKLY SERVICE SCHEDULE:

 

Saturday

6:00 pm - Great Vespers (or Reader's Vespers)

 

Sunday

10:00 am - Divine Liturgy

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