“Prayer and Its Practice” – July 17, 2011
Speaker, Igumen Gregory Zaiens
Presented by: St. Nicholas Orthodox Church of McKinney, TX
At the Bingham House, 800 S. Chestnut, McKinney, TX
5:00– 7:00 p.m. Russian Tea,
5:30 ~ 7:00 p.m. Igumen Gregory speaks on Prayer and Its Practice
$25 per person, $20 for each additional family member. Deadline:July 2, 2011
Join us at the very lovely Bingham House in McKinney to learn firsthand about prayer practice in the Orthodox Church from Igumen Gregory Zaiens, Archimandrite of St. Arsenius Hermitage.
Proceeds to help our Church build a covered deck since our hall is too small.
Childcare provided at our Church, directly across from the Bingham House, by the youth of St. Nicholas & St. Sava – donation appreciated
Book reservations at http://orthodox.net and pay with Paypal, or send your check, made out to St. Nicholas Orthodox Church, to: Dcn. Nicholas Park, Box 37, McKinney, TX 75070
Please include a note w/your name, number attending, and childcare needed
Questions: Call Elaine King @ 214- 556-9486
St. Nicholas Orthodox Church, McKinney, Texas Electronic Newsletter May 22 / June 5 Sunday of the Holy Fathers Announcements Prayer Requests Schedule of Divine Services in the Coming week Fasting in the Coming week Links related to the coming week Read More …
We have a good “problem”. We built a small temple with an even smaller hall because that was all we could afford, and started worshipping in it June 2011. We have grown enough to make it impossible to fit everybody in our tiny trapeza (church hall).
We have decided to build a covered deck outside the hall, since adding to the building is way out of our means right now. This will more than double our usable dining space. It is important to have more dining space, since a very important part of our community life is that we always eat a meal (not just donuts and coffee!) together after liturgy.
We plan to add fans, heaters, misters and plastic sheeting, like you see in some restaurants, so we can use the deck year round.
We have a donation to build the deck, but will need to raise funds for the absolutely necessary roof, tables, etc. The deck will be about 7 or 8 thousand, and a shingled roof will be about 9 thousand (we are exploring a canvas roof to reduce costs). We will also need to get fans, tables, etc.
Would you help us?
Pictures of design included.
What I want as your pastor is that everyone gives to the church. The amount is not a critical thing to me. What is critical to me, as your pastor, is that you give of your fruits to God and it will increase your faith. I know this to be true in my own lie and the lives of many I have counseled…
2Corinthians 8:12 “For if there be first a willing mind, it is accepted according to that a man hath, and not according to that he hath not.”
Deuteronomy 14:22-23 “Thou shalt truly tithe all the increase of thy seed, that the field bringeth forth year by year. (23) And thou shalt eat before the LORD thy God, in the place which he shall choose to place his name there, the tithe of thy corn, of thy wine, and of thine oil, and the firstlings of thy herds and of thy flocks; that thou mayest learn to fear the LORD thy God always.”
Our new church is nearly complete, but the cost for landscaping is much higher than we expected or than we can afford.
Can you help us by sponsoring a tree or bush?
ALL the trees are REQUIRED by the City of McKinney, and the prices we’ve found are extremely good.
Benefactors will be commemorated at every Liturgy in perpetuity, and a plaque will be placed on the tree if the donations are made in somebody’s memory. …
an 8/21 2010
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A letter from Fr. Victor Potapov, Executive Director of the (ROCOR) Fund for Assistance. Dear Fathers and Brethren, As all of you have heard by now, a very powerful earthquake has devastated Haiti, the poorest country in our hemisphere. The Read More …
Photos taken before our Thursday Evening Moleben. Sep 18 / Oct 1 2009 Looking out of a southern window Southern wall – almost done. Same window, one different girl It is Read More …