Saint Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church

 Our Parish Priest, Reverend Father Nicolaos H. Kotsis, Under the spiritual and ecclesiastical shepherding of His Eminence Metropolitan Nicholas of the
 Greek Orthodox Metropolis of Detroit of the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America under the jurisdiction of the Ecumenical Patriarchate of Constantinople

 3109 Scio Church Road,
Ann Arbor, Michigan  48103   |   Telephone:  734 / 332 - 8200   |   Fax:  734 / 332 - 8201   |   Web:  http//
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 SUNDAY SERVICES:   Orthros  —  9:00 am    |    Divine Liturgy  —  10:00 am    |    Church School  —  Following Communion


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Encyclical of Archbishop Demetrios for Holy Pascha 2014

Patriarchal Encyclical for Holy Pascha 2014

Updated Kafenio Baking Schedule  -  Click Here To View

Metropolis of Detroit Summer Camp in Rose City has announced that camper registration has begun.  Rev. Father Nick will be attending 4th week, July 20-26, 2014.  For more information, visit:

Saint Nicholas Parish Bookstore Notes
Please come and browse our new inventory of books.  Some of our new titles include:  "Trial of Job", "Creation & Patriarchal History", "Scent of Holiness:  Lessons from a Women's Monastery", "At the Corner East and Now"  "Pomegranate Seeds: An Anthology of Greek-American Poetry", and "My Detroit: Growing Up Greek and American". There is also a lovely book for children on St Romanos, the Lyricist. We have a large selection of  icons, home altar goods and greeting cards for all occasions (both Greek and English).  Keep the bookstore in mind for birthday,
name day, wedding and house warming gifts.  We try to meet the needs of our community and continually add to
our inventory.  Let us know if there is something you need that we do not have, and we will try to obtain it for you.
We look forward to seeing you.

The Saint Nicholas Monthly Compass Newsletter
As a cost saving measure, our parish has converted from a printed newsletter to an electronic one.  The benefit
of an e-mail newsletter is that we can save thousands of dollars on our operating budget a year on printing, ink,
paper, copy machine wear and tear, postage, maintenance fees and envelopes.  In addition, we will also save
on volunteer time.  By receiving an electronic newsletter, you will still have the benefit of full color, the option to print your own hard copy as much as you like, and you will be able to access both current and archived additions at any time via our Saint Nicholas website at:
If you would like to save our parish money and can read the Compass on-line, please call the church
office to have your name removed from the hard copy mailing list RIGHT AWAY

Continual Food Drive
Our Saint Nicholas Parish has begun its Annual Food Drive to help those who are struggling in these hard economic times.  Let us reach out to those who need our help. 
Hunger is all around us, even here in Ann Arbor and Washtenaw County.  Many times, we are asked to distribute food and toiletries to families who are hungry and in need.
Please consider bringing non perishable food items and toiletries and leaving them on the shelf in the exo-narthex.
Thank you and God Bless You.
  “For I was hungry, and ye gave me food: I was thirsty, and ye gave me drink: I was a stranger, and ye took me in. . .”  Matthew 25:35

St. John Chrysostom also wrote, "The poor depend on us to give alms in order to sustain their lives.  We need the poor for our salvation, for God will judge us according to how much we've helped those in need."  Matthew 25:31-46

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