October: Parish Life in the Fall

October is a relatively quiet month in the life of the Orthodox Church, following one of the busiest months of the year–September! In the photos below, you can get a glimpse into our rich parish...

Bulletin

Bulletin September 26, 2021 14th Sunday After Pentecost /  Annual Parish Meeting Vespers on Tuesday, Sept. 28 at 6:30pm at St. Nina Mission in Berea. We are renting space at the Friends Meeting House (Quakers) at...

Annual Parish Meeting 2021

It is the statutory tradition of the Orthodox Church in America that every parish community hold an Annual Parish Meeting. According to the Statute of the OCA, Article XII, Section 7, The Parish Assembly,...

New Intro to Orthodoxy Series

What: Intro to Orthodoxy in 11 Parts When: Wednesdays, 720-820pm (after 630pm Vespers) Where: St. Athanasius Orthodox Church in Nicholasville Perhaps you are a Christian, or perhaps you were a Christian, or perhaps you...

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Bulletin September 19, 2021 13th Sunday After Pentecost Sunday After the Exaltation of the Cross On Wednesday, September 22 Vespers will begin at 6:30pm. A Fall 11-Part Catechetical Series taught by Fr. Justin starts...

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Bulletin September 12, 2021 12th Sunday After Pentecost Sunday Before the Exaltation of the Cross The Feast for the Exaltation of the Precious Cross is Tuesday, September 14. We will have Vigil w/Cross on...

Fall Visitors Sunday: Join Us!

Our parish family here at St. Athanasius warmly invites you to join us on Sunday, Sept. 12, at 930am, for our semi-annual Visitors Sunday. While we aim for every Sunday to be open and...

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Bulletin September 5, 2021 11th Sunday After Pentecost The Feast of the Nativity of The Most Holy Theotokos will be observed on Wednesday, September 8 and commemorated with Vigil on Tuesday at 6:30pm (Confessions...

September: A New Church Year!

In the Orthodox Church, we measure time lots of different ways. Yes, it 2021 (of course.) But we also remember that–with the coming of September 1st–we entered the Year 7350 in the old Byzantine...