On 2 December 2008, the Saint Nicholas community was blessed with the news from His Eminence Metropolitan Methodios that the Rev. Father Demetrios T. Costarakis was to be named as our permanent Priest.
Parish Council members represent their parish and the Orthodox Christian faith. As leaders of the community, Parish Council members are on the front line and have a long-term effect on our parish. Serving on the Parish Council ministry is also a calling to represent Christ to all whom they meet in all aspects of life.
The purpose of this parish ministry is to allow the children and youth of our community to grow on the very foundation of our Orthodox faith. This program is a solid foundation that provides exemplary lessons in the teaching and worship practices of the Greek Orthodox Christian faith.
It is truly an honor and a privilege to serve our Lord in the Holy Sanctuary. All boys entering the 4th grade are encouraged to serve our Lord as altar boys.
The philosophy of the St. Nicholas Greek School is to offer a program to students from Pre-K to Level 7 that includes the teaching of the Greek language, Hellenic culture, history, and our Greek Orthodox faith by providing a learning environment that is supportive and structured to provide the best opportunities for each student to develop his/hers individual potential to the fullest.
The Greek Orthodox Youth of America, or GOYA, is the ministry for teenagers (grades seven through twelve) of the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America.
This ministry involves the complete participation of each household that makes up our parish family. All are called to give their time, talent and treasures to our Lord and to His church.
This ministry is dedicated and is focused on the physical, mental and spiritual health of our parish family members and friends.
Philoptochos is a national Greek Orthodox women’s organization established 80 years ago to work through the parishes of the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese to assist those in need.
This series will be four to five sessions/themes each consisting of four to five weeks.
The Bible is the book of the Church, and so our decisive criterion when seeking to understand Scripture is always the mind of the Church.
In the greater-Boston area, our Metropolis supports an active campus ministry program at six area universities: Boston College, Boston University, Harvard University, MIT, Northeastern University, and Tufts University.
Chanting the services of the Church, reading the Scriptures and prayers within the Church, is a great blessing and responsibility.
Non-perishable food items are collected on an ongoing basis. Throughout the year, the food items are brought to the Lexington Pantry, Project Bread, and other local charities.
The St. Nicholas website ministry is responsible for updating and maintaining the church website.
Due to privacy laws, hospitals do not divulge information lists for Pastoral visitations as has been done in the past. Because we strongly believe in the importance of Pastoral visitations in hospitals, we need your help.
The Metropolis of Boston offers a variety of ministries for the Orthodox faithful. We are blessed to be guided by our special Father, His Eminence Metropolis Methodios.