Saint Nicholas is the smallest of the three Greek Orthodox Churches in Manchester. We like to think of ourselves as small but friendly and family oriented. The majority of the Liturgy, which starts at 10am, is done in English but we have tried to maintain some of the Greek hymns. The entire congregation participates in the singing of the Liturgy. This allows us to truly take part in the sacrament. Our Sunday School children join us during the Liturgy to hear a short message from Father Tom and to participate in Holy Communion. We like to think of ourselves as a unique parish and invite you to join us to see for yourself.
Myron the Martyr of Cyzicus; Straton, Philip, Eutychian, & Cyprian the Martyrs of Nicomedea; Afterfeast of the Dormition of our Most Holy Lady the Theotokos and Ever Virgin Mary; Demetrios the New, Righteous-Martyr of Samaria; Eutychios, Eutychianos and Kassiani the siblings; Paul, Juliana, and those martyred with them (the executioners)