​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Liturgy Intentions and candle offerings are now being accepted for daily and weekend Liturgies... Please fill out the envelopes located on the bulletin table and place them in the collection basket.

​​​​St. Nicholas Feast Day - ​Thank you very much for all those who helped make our St. Nicholas Feast Day celebration a success.  We had a record crowd and enjoyed the food and the show put on by the children.  We also thank the many businesses and parishioners who donated and supported our church for the raffle.  Special thanks to Boris Wirstiuk who coordinated the event, Rose Eskow who was in charge of food, Olena Iwankiw, who did a great job with the children's program and Alla Zagoruyko who was in charge of decorating... Many other people contributed to make this a special day. Thank you very much.


​​PYROHY SALE -  ​On Tuesday & Wednesday, December 12 th & 13th we will be having a pyrohy sale. Help will be very much needed on both days beginning at 8:00 am to peel and cook potatoes, and pinch pyrohy.  Anyone free on those days, please come to help out. Cost is &7.00 doz. Place your orders on the sheet on the bulletin table or in the book located in the church hall or call Eileen.

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CHRISTMAS FLOWER REMEMBRANCE - Do not forgot to remember your loved ones this Christmas by offering flowers in honor of or for their blessed memory.  Please print the names of your loved ones on the envelope marked. Crib & Christmas Tree. and drop in the collection basket no later than December 16th.


BALLROOM UKRAINIAN FOLK DANCE - Professional dance teachers from the Ukraine are offering to teach shildren and adults ballroom and or Ukrainian Folk dance in our area.  If you are interested in learning how to dance please call Eileen at 908-689-2352 or Volodymyr at 201-707-8085


Candle Offerings- Altar Candles (2) and Eternal Light Candle are available in memory of, or in honor of a loved one for $10.  Also available are 7 day candles for $7.00 and 5 - day candles for $5.00. Please use the Candle offering envelopes available on the bulletin table. Candle offerings are listed in the bulletin.

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AUXILIARY BISHOP RABIY -  ​Congratulations to Most Rev. Andriy Rabiy on his Episcopal Ordination this Sunday, September 3, 2017 in St. George Ukrainian Catholic Cathedral in Lviv, Ukraine as Auxiliary Bishop for the Ukrainian Catholic Archeparchy of Philadelphia.  We 'wish Bishop Andriy Rabiy God's Blessings in his new role as Auxilary Bishop of our church.




Domestic Disaster Recovery Fund - ​ A Domestic Disaster Recover Fund was established by our Philadelphia Ukrainian Catholic Archeparchy to aid victims recovering from such disasters as Hurricane Harvey. These disasters remind all of us of the fragile nature as we witness our neighbors suffering loss of life an material possessions.  In times such as these , we are called to assist our neighbors in need... If you would like to make a donation for the humanitarian needs of the victims of Hurricane Harvey, please send your gift to the attention of this fund. 

​Domestic Disaster Recovery Fund

​c/o Ukrainian Catholic Archeparchy of Philadelphia

810 N. Franklin Street

​Philadelphia, Pa 19123


HALL - CAFETERIA RENTAL - ​Anyone interested in renting the upstairs hall or downstairs cafeteria for a family party or get together, please call the Rectory to  make arrangements.  There is a $99.00 insurance fee necessary for all non-church functions, plus a $100.00 donation for non-parishioners, $50 donation for parishioners.


​​ ​​VISTATION OF THE SICK/ANNOINTING OF THE SICK-

​Anyone wishing to be visited with Holy communion and or anointed for the healing, please call Fr. Evhen at the Rectory at 908-799-3386.


DAILY LITURGY - Fr. Evhen will be having Liturgy daily.  Please call the rectory at 908-799-3386 to verify the time schedule if you plan on attending.


​RENOVATION PROJECTS : ​Renovation projects are ongoing and we still need your financial help. Please  use the envelopes marked Renovation Projects located on the bulletin table to make your donation.  Attached in this weeks bulletin is a summary of the costs thus far for the recent renovations made to our hall.  Thank you for your support.


ST. JOSEPH' ADULT CARE HOME -​ Compassionate and quality care of our elderly parents and family members is offered by the Sisters Servants of Mary Immaculate at St. Joseph's Home in Sloatsburg, NY.. An addition of a new wing and the upgrading of the existing facilities will enable the Sisters Servants to offer elevated medical care and service for the elderly as well as the capacity to admit more people needed care.  Donations are needed to expand their facilities. Please send your donations to St. Joseph's Adult Care Home, Inc. P.O. Box 8, Sloatsburg, NY 10974. Donations are tax deductible.


​CHURCH MEMBERSHIP : ​Church Envelopes have been distributed to church members according to our records. If you have not received  your envelopes and would like to be a member of our parish, please see Fr. Evhen after Liturgy or call Eileen Kowalick at 908-689-2352.

CHURCH DUES: ​Church dues are due for 2016. The envelope for Yearly Dues is in your envelope box dated February 28,2016. Dues are $25 per year for Individuals, $40.00 per year for families.  Partial payments are accepted.  If you do not have an envelope, please use a plain envelope with your name and address clearly on the front and place it in the collection basket.


Liturgy Intentions: Liturgy intentions and candle offerings are now being accepted for daily and weekend Liturgies.. Please fill out the envelopes located on the bulletin table and place them in the collection basket.


Fundraiser - We are selling ShopRite Gift Cards in denominations of $100, $50 and $25. In order to get the gift cards, please see Boris Wirstiuk on Saturdays after Liturgy or email him at boris wirstiuk@verizon.net. Your support of this fundraiser will be greatly appreciated.


What Are Our Core Values?

Just as Jesus said in the Beatitudes, blessed are the poor and the hungry. Our mission is not just to love one another, but to make sure we spread the love of the Gospels everywhere.

What Do We Teach?

We use both the Old Testament and the Gospels as the foundation for our Ukrainian Catholic faith and the inspiration for our daily lives. We put those teachings into practice at home and at work.


Welcome Brothers & Sisters

Shine in the love of God's grace, every day.


At St Nicholas Ukrainian Catholic Church Great Meadows NJ, it's our mission to help you explore your relationship with God and improve those meaningful relationships in your family life. Join us each Saturday afternoon or Sunday morning and experience the warmth of faith and the strength of our community.
 

Announcements

​Ukrainian Catholic Archeparchy of Philadelphia  ​: " The Way" English version: ​http://www.ukrarcheparchy.us/way/THEWAY170205ENG.pdf

St. Nicholas  Ukrainian Catholic Church

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