Schedule of Services & Announcements


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August Schedule of Services and Activities

  Saturday, August 5

 Morning & Afternoon: Visitation of Parishioners

 4:00PM Bible Study: Everyone is welcome.

 5:00PM Great Vespers

Sunday, August 6, Feast of the Holy Transfiguration

 9:00AM Orthros (Matins)

10:00AM Divine Liturgy Service / Sunday School

11:00AM Fellowship Time

Monday, August  7

 7:00PM Paraclesis Service  (Intercessory prayer to the Theotokos, the Mother of Jesus)

Wednesday, August  9

 7:00PM Paraclesis Service

Friday, August 11

 7:00PM Paraclesis Service

 8:00PM  Refreshments will be served after the Paraclesis Service and Fr. John will make a presentation on the "Life of the Virgin Mary and what She teaches us."  Everyone is welcome.  You may bring your neighbors and friends.

Saturday, August 12

10:00AM children’s program--learning more about our Orthodox Faith

 4:00PM Bible Study: Everyone is welcome.

 5:00PM Great Vespers

Sunday, August 13, 10th Sunday of Matthew

 9:00AM Orthros (Matins)

10:00AM Divine Liturgy Service / Sunday School - 8th Sunday of Matthew

11:00AM Fellowship Time

(We will also sing some of the hymns of the Dormition on this Sunday)

Sunday, August 20

10:00AM Typica (Reader) Service

Sunday, August 27

10:00AM Typica (Reader ) Service




Clergy at St. Nectarios: Father John Angelis serves at St. Nectarios Church. The plan (for most months) is to have him serve at St. Nectarios on the first and second Sundays of each month - with additonal services and activies offered in the week between the services.   That is, there will normally be Divine Liturgy on the first two Sundays of each month - and Typica reader services on the other Sundays.  Father John can be reached at the St. Nectarios Church at (509) 547-3968, on his personal phone at (206)-678-6360, or by email (

Sacrament of Holy Confession: The Sacrament of Holy Confession is available to all of you. Please call Fr. John at 206 678-6360 to make your personal appointment when he is here.

Visitation of the Shut-ins:  When time allows, Father John Angelis plans on visiting members of our local Orthodox Parish whose situation makes it difficult for them to attend services. If you know someone who would appreciate such a visit, or you would like to accompany Father John on his visits, please contact the Church or Father John.

Email Distribution: To be added to the St. Nectarios email distribution list, please send an email request

2017 St Nectarios Parish Council: The members of the Parish Council for 2017 are: John Bekhazi, Scott Ghan, Nancy Manthos, Gregoriy Pinchuk, Nadar Samaan, Mathew Van Dinter.

Church Publications:

Sunday Bulletin. St. Nectarios sends out Weekly Bulletins containing the hymns and readings for each week's Sunday service along with church announcements.

Newsletter. Each month a newsletter is sent out with a message from Fr. John, the schedule of services for the month, and church announcements. (The newsletter is also mailed to those requesting hard copies.)

Special. Special announcements emails are sent if there is special event or a last minute change in scheduled services.

Email Distribution List: If you would like to be on our email distribution list, please send a request to



Please see 'Schedule of Services' (under the 'About Us' Tab) for St. Nectarios Services and activities.
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