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St. Nicholas Antiochian Orthodox Church

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St. Nicholas Antiochian Orthodox Church

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2250 E Paris Ave SE, Grand Rapids, MI 49546-6129
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suzannesL4093UW wrote a review Nov 2017
Belmont mich16 contributions2 helpful votes
Beautiful church. We photographed a wedding here a couple years ago. Also have gone to pottery shows held here
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Date of experience: December 2016
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theoccasionaltourist wrote a review Feb 2017
Grandville, Michigan260 contributions68 helpful votes
My family went here to experience a different form of Christian worship as an assignment for a Bible class at school. We were all struck by the incredibly beautiful stained glass windows and painted ceilings and ornate interior. Got a little lost during the service but was able to experience God's presence there. We had the opportunity to talk with someone afterwards about their doctines and worship rituals and they were very welcoming in explaining things. I was disappointed I was not allowed to partake in communion, even as a baptized believer. They often host art shows and special festivals in their fellowship hall. Worth a visit to commune with other believers in a very old, traditional liturgy.
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Date of experience: March 2016
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