O Come, let us Worship and bow down before our King and God.
O Come, let us worship and bow down before Christ, our King and God.
O Come, let us worship and bow down to Christ Himself, our King and God.

This invitation marks the beginning of each day for the Orthodox Church. It comes from the office of Vespers, and it expresses the attitude which is at the heart of Orthodoxy. The Worship of God - the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit, - is fundamental to the life and spirit of the Orthodox Church. Learn More»

News and Notes

Orthodox Sunday School - New students of all ages are welcome

    Sunday school classes will re-start in September.  On Sundays with Liturgy, Sunday classes for the children start after communion – and close later after a short lesson from Father John.  The Sunday school lessons are conducted using easy-to-use teaching materials obtained from the diocese.  For more inforation see Christian Eductation below.

     Please consider becoming one of the Sunday School team.  We need several additional helpers to allow us to continue to offer classes for different age groups.  Point-of-contact: Jim Droppo (, 509 547 8745).

Donation of School Supplies: Thanks to many generous donations, our annual August School Supply Drive resulted in the donation of a large box of school supplies. 

Divine Liturgy and Typica Services: Father John Angelis is assigned to St Nectarios.  He normally serves at St Nectarios two weekends each month – at which time he conducts several days of services and activities – always including Divine Liturgy starting at 10AM on Sunday. This Sunday service is followed by a Fellowship Meal.  On weekends when there is not a visiting Priest, Typica (Reader) Services start at 10AM on Sunday. The service is followed by a fellowship time.  Come and participate!

 Visitations:  Father John Angelis (cell phone (206 678 6360) is available for visits, consultations, and confessions on days that he is at the St Nectarios Church.

 Church Cleanup Days:

Come One Come All - men, women and children to lend a helping hand in doing the routine cleaning of our church facility.  Many hands make light work!   The dates for Church cleanup activity are:

Sunday, October 21st following the Typica Service

Prosphron &  Luncheon Schedules (Revised 9/10/2018)


9/30 - Tatiana Van Dinter

10/14- Tammy Droppo

10/28– Maria Touvannas

 Fellowship Meal

9/30 - Mirna and Anna

10/14 - Lorraine and Marguerite

10/28- Tammy and Tatiana

Christian Education:

Children:  If you are interested in Christian education for your children, Sunday School classes for children are offered each Sunday.  On Sundays when there is Liturgy, the children’s Sunday School class will start after communion.  The Sunday School class will have Christian studies and activities. The class will include with a lesson by Father John on  Sundays eith Liturgy.

Adults:  If you want to learn more about Orthodoxy, you may wish to participate in the Bible Study classes offered by Father John on the weekends that he serves at St Nectarios.

Church Publications

Weekly Sunday Bulletin. St. Nectarios emails a Weekly Bulletins for Sunday services (and special services).  The bulletin contains the hymns and readings along with church announcements related to each service.

Bi-Monthly Newsletter. A newsletter is emailed to parishioners with the upcoming monthly schedules of services and activities, church announcements, as well stewardship schedules.  The newsletter is also mailed to those requesting hard copies.

Special. Special announcement emails are sent if there is special event or a last minute change in scheduled services.  Also items from the diocese that thought to be of special interest are forwarded.

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Please see 'Announcements' (under the 'About Us' Tab) for additional information about St. Nectarios activities.

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