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SUNDAY, November 3rd

5thSunday of Luke

Orthros: 8:00amDivine Liturgy: 9:30am

Sunday School - Ornament Sale

Artoklasia – St. Helen’s Philoptochos

Memorials: Klearchos Petsianas-6 years; Ioannis Giannikakis-16 years


WEDNESDAY, November 6th

Greek Regents 5:30-7:00pm

Parish Council Meeting 7:00pm


THURSDAY, November 7th

Seniors & Friends Luncheon 12noon

Adult Greek Language 6:00-9:00pm


FRIDAY, November 8th

ΣύναξιςΤαξιαρχώνΜιχαήλ& Γαβριήλ

Synaxis of the Archangels

Orthros: 8:00amDivine Liturgy: 9:30am

Greek School 5:00pm- 7:30pm

Bible Study 6:00pm


SATURDAY, November 9th

Αγ. ΝεκτάριοςοΘαυματουργός

St. Nektarios the Wonderworker

Orthros: 8:00amDivine Liturgy: 9:30am


Hibernean Hall – Babylon Village7:00pm


SUNDAY, November 10th

8thSunday of Luke

Orthros: 8:00amDivine Liturgy: 9:30am

Sunday School - Ornament Sale

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Date: May 11, 2019



To the Reverend Clergy,

The Esteemed Parish Councils,

The Philoptochos Sisterhoods,

The Youth Organizations,

And the Faithful of the Holy Archdiocese of America:

Today, May 11, 2019, under the presidency of His All-Holiness Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew, the Holy and Sacred Synod of the Ecumenical Patriarchate deliberated and elected Metropolitan Elpidophoros (Lambriniadis) of Bursa and Exarch of Bithynia as the new Archbishop of America. The liturgical service of the Mega Minima (Acceptance) and expressions of thanksgiving by the new Archbishop took place shortly after his election.

The official COMMUNIQUE of the Chief Secretariat of the Ecumenical Patriarchate follows: 


Announcement of May 11, 2019

Today, Saturday May 11 2019, the Holy and Sacred Synod, continuing its work, proceeded to fill the vacated seat of the Archdiocese of America following the voluntary resignation of its shepherd, His Eminence Archbishop Demetrios Geron of America.

Therefore, following the suggestion, permission and exhortation of His-All Holiness, the holy synodical members upon invocation of the Holy Spirit, duly casted their votes and unanimously elected as Archbishop of America His Eminence Metropolitan Elpidophoros of Bursa, Abbot of the Holy Monastery of the Holy Trinity in Halki and Professor of the Theological School of the Aristoteleian University of Thessaloniki.

From the Secretariat of the Holy and Sacred Synod

Effective today, the clergy of the Archdiocesan District of New York will commemorate Archbishop Elpidophoros by name, and Metropolitan Methodios of Boston is hereby declared Vicar (Epitropos) of the Archdiocese.

News of the Arrival and Enthronement of His Eminence Archbishop Elpidophoros will follow as it becomes available.

A Biographical Note of His Eminence Archbishop Elpidophoros follows:

His Eminence Archbishop Elpidophoros (Lambriniadis) of America was born in 1967 in Bakirköy, Istanbul. He studied at the Department of Pastoral Theology at the Theological School of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, graduating in 1991. In 1993, he completed postgraduate studies at the Philosophical School of the University of Bonn in Germany, submitting a dissertation entitled: “The Brothers Nicholas and John Mesarites.” He was ordained to the Diaconate in 1994 at the Patriarchal Cathedral and appointed Kodikographos (Scrivener) of the Holy and Sacred Synod.

In 1995, he was appointed Deputy Secretary of the Holy and Sacred Synod. From 1996-1997 he studied at the Theological School of St. John the Damascene in Balamand, Lebanon, where he advanced his knowledge of the Arabic language. In 2001, he presented a doctoral dissertation at the Theological School of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki under the title: “Severus of Antioch and the Council of Chalcedon” and was proclaimed a Doctor of Theology. In 2004, he was invited to Holy Cross Greek Orthodox School of Theology in Boston, where he taught as Visiting Professor for a semester.

In March 2005, at the proposal of His All-Holiness Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew, he was elevated by the Holy and Sacred Synod to the position of Chief Secretary and ordained to the priesthood by the Ecumenical Patriarch in the Patriarchal Cathedral. In 2009, he submitted two dissertations to the Theological School of Thessaloniki and was unanimously elected Assistant Professor of Symbolics, Inter-Orthodox Relations, and the Ecumenical Movement. The dissertations are entitled: “The Synaxes of the Hierarchy of the Ecumenical Throne (1951-2004)” and “Luther’s Ninety-five Theses: Historical and Theological Aspects. Text - Translation - Commentary.”

In March 2011, he was elected Metropolitan of Bursa and in August of the same year was appointed Abbot of the Holy Patriarchal and Stavropegial Monastery of the Holy Trinity on the island of Halki. He has served as Orthodox Secretary of the Joint International Commission for the Theological Dialogue between the Orthodox Church and the Lutheran World Federation and member of the Patriarchal delegations to the General Assemblies of the Conference of European Churches and the World Council of Churches. He was the Secretary of the Pan-Orthodox Synods in Sofia (1998), Istanbul (2005), Geneva (2006), and Istanbul (2008). He has been a member of the Faith and Order Commission of the World Council of Churches since 1996.

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A few of the St. Nicholas Ministries!

  •  Sunday Catechetical School - every Sunday following Holy Communion
  • Greek Afternoon School - Friday, 5:00pm - 7:30pm
  • Adult Greek Language Class
  • Youth Ministries - GOYA (7th - 12th Grade) JOY/HOPE (K - 6th) Every 3rd Tue. of the Month
  • Ladies Philoptochos Society
  • Bible Study, Friday, 6pm
  • ESL Adult Class
  • Youth & Adult Greek Folk Dance 
  • Byzantine Music Classes

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Sundays: Orthros (Matins): 8:15 AM | Divine Liturgy: 9:30 AM

Weekdays: Orthros (Matins): 8:15 AM | Divine Liturgy: 9:30 AM - (On determined feast days.  Please call church office to confirm the celebration of a Divine Liturgy.)

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