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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
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If your an out of towner, you need to get to St. Nickolas Greek Orthodox church. It has been a place of worship even when i moved into town back in the 1970's . You need to see it. Don't miss out. Jesus loves Us.
This Cathedral is beautiful inside and out...you can visit during the day. Generally there is someone at the door that can answer questions or tell you the history of the church...lovely, peaceful house of God.
When visiting Tarpon the heart and soul of the community is the cathedral. This is the largest Greek community in the Western Hemisphere of the world and it was brought together in the 1920s by the establishment of the church. The beautiful stained glass and...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.