About our Parish
Our St. Nicholas Church was established over one hundred years ago in 1917 by Serbian immigrants. Today, it is ethnically and culturally the most diverse Orthodox Parish in Omaha. It is comprised mostly of Americans, Serbs, Russians, Bulgarians and many people from south-eastern Europe. It is the only church in Omaha where you can hear the Gospel in four languages! We warmly welcome all people, as we are all God’s children who need to be brought to Christ. Church Services are predominantly in English and Church-Slavonic. The latter is used in some choral music and prayers and varies in amount according to the backgrounds and interests of those attending a particular service. If you would like to worship God with all your heart, with your entire mind, and if you would like to experience the Apostolic Faith in a pristine and pure/authentic way, please check out our visitors page and join us for one of our Divine Liturgies.
The Divine Liturgy: Sundays and Feast days at 10 AM.
Vespers: Saturdays during Lent and Nativity fast at 5 PM.