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Welcome to Our Parish!

Welcome to the parish website of St.Nicholas Russian Orthodox Cathedral in Montreal.  Our parish is part of the Russian Orthodox Church Outside Russia under the Moscow Patriarchate.  We are in the Canadian Diocese under the omophorion of His Eminence Gabriel, Archbishop of Montreal and Canada,

Our parish was founded in 1927 and has been at its present location on St.Joseph boulevard West since 1964.  We celebrate vigil and Liturgy services on all Sundays, the twelve great feast days and other select feast days, and maintain a comprehensive schedule during Great Lent.  Services are scheduled according to the old-style Julian calendar.

Parishioners are comprised mainly of Russian immigrants, immigrants from other Slav countries, as well as Quebecers.  We welcome all who seek a place of worship, a place to gather together and pray, a place to rest from the daily chores of secular life.

We invite you to browse through our website to get to know more about us, about the Christian Orthodox Faith, the tradition of the Russian Orthodox Church and culture, our service schedules, as well as to view information on past events and upcoming events.  This web site still being under construction, we welcome all useful comments to help improve it.


 

 

What's New

08/17/16THE WONDERWORKING KURSK ROOT ICON OF OUR LADY OF THE SIGN -

Please see below for more information

 

07/27/16Rawdon Parish Feastday 2016 (New Photos) -

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07/16/1625th Annual Russian Orthodox Church Musicians' Conference -

Please see below for more information.

 

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Parish Events and Announcements

First Annual Labor Day Young Singers’ Conference

The PaTRAM Institute will sponsor its first Labor Day Young Singers’ Conference to be held Labor Day weekend at Holy Trinity Monastery andSeminary located in Jordanville, NY. The purpose of PaTRAM’s conferences is to offer young Orthodox singers and musicians, ages 15 - 40, an opportunity to strengthen their musical skills and deepen their connection to the Orthodox Faith. 

 

Under the direction of Dr. Peter Jermihov, Katya Lukianova, Dr. Irina Riazanova, Fr. Ephraim Willmarth, participants are given the opportunity to receive hands-on instruction, attend rehearsals and sing the All-Night Vigil and Hierarchal Divine Liturgy in a monastery setting.

 

Limited scholarships for full tuition costs are available, airfare and travel expenses to NY excluded.
Tuition fees cover: Course material and instruction, double-occupancy lodging, meals, weekend transportation, and excursions. 

 

Register online or Inquire Sanya Lukianov for scholarship details, sanya@patraminstitute.org.

Registration Closes Friday August 26th, 2016 

 


Holy Kursk Root Icon of the Mother of God

Holy Kursk Root Icon of the Mother of God will be visiting St Nicholas parish in Montreal August 26th & 28th.

Friday, August 26 at 06:30pm- Akathist - (Saint Nicholas Russian Orthodox Cathedral)

Saturday, August 27 at 09:00am- Divine Liturgy - (Saint Nicholas Russian Orthodox Cathedral)

Saturday, August 27 at 05:30pm- All-Night-Vigil - (Saint Nicholas Russian Orthodox Cathedral)

Sunday, August 28 at 09:30am - Divine Liturgy  - (Saint Nicholas Russian Orthodox Cathedral)

 

 


25th Annual Russian Orthodox Church Musicians' Conference

Our parish will be hosting the annual 25th Russian Orthodox Church Music Conference here in Montreal.  For additional information on the conference please click here.

The choir singing during the divine services on Saturday evening and Sunday morning of October 8th and 9th will feature the participants from the conference.   This is truly an event not to be missed and for many will be a once in a lifetime 

On Sunday immediately following the divine liturgy a banquet will be held in honor of the conference.  Those wishing to participate in the banquet must purchase a ticket in advance from the Cathedral Sisterhood at a cost of $ 25.00 per person.  

 

 

 


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