The material for this website has existed for many years and is made up of various active work by our Church of St. Nicholas on Nash Road. Within the church community, we have our church choir Saint Nicholas and the very hard working Circle of Serbian Sisters. Our youngest parishioners have the opportunity to attend Serbian language and religious school, and also have the opportunity to take part in our folklore groups and you have the opportunity to get information about membership, individual activities and news from our church through words and pictures.
This page is made up from various information and hopefully seen as informative, but also motivating, for all of you who may have not yet had the opportunity to feel the beauty of belonging to your faith, community and your people.
St. Nicholas, Nikola Mirlikijski, also known as St. Nicholas the Wonderworker, was the bishop of Myra of Lykia in Asia Minor
(then the Roman Empire, today's Turkey). He lived in the 4th century in the city of Mira. In the whole Christianity he is honored as a saint and a miracle worker. St. Nicholas is the protector of sailors, merchants, children, and students.
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The Slava of the Naš Krst
The St. Nicholas Cathedral in Hamilton experienced a double joy on Sunday, June 4, 2023.
Under the roof of the Cathedral, our dear parishioners gathered, to glorify the Lord God on His great feast of Pentecost. On the same day, the youngest church organization Naš Krst, organized a festive banquet on the occasion of their Slava, in honor of Holy Emperors Constantine and Jelena.
The youngest church organization, Nas (Our) Cross, started its work several years ago, but the corona virus pandemic slowed down the activities that our youngest parishioners planned to implement.
Immediately after the pandemic ended, Naš Krst started the implementation of the long-planned project of building a patio in the area behind the holy church.
During the past years, the members of Nas Krst actively collected food to help our fellow citizens who needed our support.
Recently, the organization Naš Krst started the implementation of a long-planned seminar-lecture project on Christian and Orthodox topics. That project, which has an educational character, started right before the pandemic, but it was suddenly interrupted. Now it experiences its re-realization. The first lecture was held on May 11, 2023, and the topic was "History of the Church - the first thousand years of Christianity." The next lecture is planned for June 15, 2023, and the topic to be presented is "Holy Scripture."
Nas Krst celebrated its heavenly patrons, the Holy Emperors Constantine and Jelena, on the day when our holy church celebrates the feast of the Descent of the Holy Spirit on the Apostles.
May the Lord God, through the prayers of the Holy Emperors Constantine and Jelena, give our youth an abundance of His blessing, wisdom and progress in every work pleasing to God.