Join our Parish Council

Take the next step in partnering with Saint Nicholas Cathedral by joining our Parish Council. Applications can be found at the link below, and are due to the Office before November 11th.

Epiphany Divers

The 2019 Epiphany Committee is now accepting diver applications. Please follow the link below to retrieve the diver application.

Greek Festival

Join us October 19, 20 and 21 in the Community Center for the 2018 Tarpon Springs Greek Festival. Experience first hand the sights, sounds and taste of Greek Culture.

Cathedral Hours:

Mon - Fri | 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM

Service Times:

Great Vespers | 6:00 PM
Orthos | 7:00 AM
Divine Liturgy (Greek) | 8:15 AM
Divine Liturgy (English) | 11:00 AM

Parish Offices:

Mon - Fri | 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM


Upcoming Events

  • Fr Athanasios On-Call (727) 741-0139 for Emergencies
    10/21/2018 - 10/27/2018 | 

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  • Soup Kitchen Meal
    10/22/2018 | 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM
    Father Tryfon Hall, 17 E Tarpon Ave, Tarpon Springs, FL 34689, USA, FTHall
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  • Orthodoxy 101
    10/22/2018 | 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM
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  • Orthodoxy 201
    10/22/2018 | 7:30 PM - 8:30 PM
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Attending a Service?

We would love for you to join us for a service in our Cathedral. Check out our Upcoming Events above for service times, and take a look at our online bulletin.

Who we are...

Saint Nicholas is best defined by its vibrant, welcoming, and serving community. Its sprawling Community Center, family and youth centered programming and committed service to the poor are a small fraction of this community’s enormous heart.

Since 1907, Saint Nicholas has been a witness of the message of Christ to all persons through Divine Worship, preaching, teaching and living the Orthodox Christian faith.

Another defining part of Saint Nicholas is its Cathedral, completed in 1943. As you walk inside you are greeted by the miraculous weeping Icon of Saint Nicholas, over 60 stained glass windows, 4 large chandeliers from Czechoslovakia, and a 60-ton altar of Greek marble.