NATIVITY OF THE
HOLY THEOTOKOS

ORTHODOX CHURCH

CHARLOTTE, NC

We exist as a community to offer praise, worship and thanksgiving to the biblical God, the Father, who reveals himself through his Son Jesus Christ and who sends his life creating Holy Spirit. We follow the teachings of the apostles and the early church fathers. We encourage you to learn more about our faith and our parish.

NEWS & EVENTS


Orthodox Church in America addresses COVID-19 (Corona Virus)
Mar 4, 2020

The Orthodox Church in America put out a special announcement about the Coronavirus this weekend. The link is below. Please read it. <https://www.oca.org/news/headline-news/chancellor-of-the-orthodox-church-in-america-makes-a-statement-regarding-covid-19>
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Upcoming Town Hall Meetings
Mar 29, 2020 / Church

As was previously mentioned, we will host three Town Hall meetings to discuss various aspects of our parish life. Details regarding the meetings will be sent around shortly. The parish council has been working very hard to make these meetings productive and life-giving. The meetings will be repeated so you may choose to attend all three or just one if you wish. Notes will be sent around after each meeting. SUNDAY, MARCH 29 --- TOWN HALL MEETING #1 SUNDAY, APRIL 5---TOWN HALL MEETING #2 SUNDAY, MAY 3 --- TOWN HALL MEETING #3
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Lenten Donations Needed - Men's Rescue Mission
Mar 4, 2020

During the season of Great Lent our parish has been asked to donate the following items for the Men's Rescue Mission. Items will be blessed on Palm Sunday and donated to the mission. May we always strive to serve God and neighbor. You may bring the items and put them in the back of the Church. Toothpaste (regular size) Men's deodorant (regular size) Small wash clothes (any color)
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Communities of Calling - Called to Worship
Mar 4, 2020 / Church

As Orthodox Christians we all have a common calling to worship God. Our practice is to worship God in community. You are all encouraged to attend and to participate in the various Lenten services which are noted below. Every Wednesday evening during Lent we have the Liturgy of the Presanctified Gifts followed by a Lenten Potluck Supper. These Wednesday evening services are a good way to share both faith and fellowship. If you cannot attend all of them plan to attend a few. You will learn more about your faith and also share fellowship which is an important part of our community life.
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