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St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Cathedral was founded in 1905 and is the first and original Greek Orthodox Christian parish of the Tampa-St. Petersburg area. The present Cathedral was completed during WWII, in 1943. Much of the interior marble...more
I am fascinated with church architecture and really enjoyed the time I spent visiting this cathedral. While the style reminded me of other European churches and cathedrals, it was unique and inspired me to do research into the art and architecture. I would definitely recommend...More
My wife is Greek Orthodox so we had to stop in to light candles. The dome over the altar is fabulous as are the stained glass windows. Be certain to visit the book store/gift shop which is located in another building behind the church adjacent...More
Don't make a destination out of it, but if you are nearby and want a break from the bustling street by the sponge docks, this is a nice place. You can spend about 10 mins there, it's not very large.
We walked here from the...More
You need to Visit St, Nicholas Greek orthodox Church, its a memory that you'll remember forever. This Greek Community and church Rocks. They do so much for the community. I love worshipping there. You will too.
Please everyone take the time to visit this church no matter what your religion is. The inside and outside are so clean. The stain glass windows and the painting on the ceiling what a work of art. It takes your breath away when you first...More
To be married in an Orthodox Church at least one member of the couple must baptized and confirmed into the Orthodox Christian Faith and be an active communicant of a local parish. The other member of the couple must, at... More
To be married in an Orthodox Church at least one member of the couple must baptized and confirmed into the Orthodox Christian Faith and be an active communicant of a local parish. The other member of the couple must, at minimum, be a Christian who is baptized in the name of the Holy Trinity. All sacraments - of which marriage is one - must be celebrated by duly ordained clergy. Hope this helps.