St. Nicholas (Kenosha) Blini Dinner

6 March 2016
St. Nicholas Parish Hall
4304 17th Ave.
Kenosha, WI 53140
Adults – $10, Children (ages 6-12) – $5, Children (5 & under) – free

St. Nicholas Church in Kenosha will be hosting a “Blini Dinner” with authentic Russian food. The menu includes kielbasa, blini (cheese-filled pancakes), kapusta (specially prepared cabbage), plus homemade desserts.

For more information or to RSVP, please contact Pat Ciko at 847.875.7917. StNicholasBliniDinner2016

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IOCC Special Presentation – “Your Faith in Action” – St. Nicholas Day

6 December 2015
St. Nicholas Church
4313 18th Ave.
Kenosha, WI 53140-2707

As part of St. Nicholas’ celebration of the church’s patron saint, Nick Kasemeotes, gift officer for International Orthodox Christian Charities will be giving a brief talk about IOCC and a recent trip to the Middle East.

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One Day Conference: The Strength of Christianity in the Islamic World

Saturday, 31 October 2015
St. Nicholas Orthodox Church
N65 W6503 Cleveland St.
Cedarburg, WI 53012

The Strength of Christianity in the Islamic World

This one day conference sponsored by the Orthodox Clergy Syndesmos of Wisconsin and will discuss theology, historical realities, and the modern crisis of the Church in predominantly Muslim countries.

Presenters include:
Fr. Elijah Mueller, Ph.D. Director of the St. Macrina Orthodox Institute and Lecturer at Wright College of Chicago

Sami Sweis, Doctoral Candidate, Near Eastern Languages & Civilizations, University of Chicago

Lunch will be provided; Free-Will Offering will be taken to cover conference costs

For more information, contact Fr. Thomas Mueller by phone at 414.671.5819 or by email at

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Hierarchical Visit to St. Nicholas Kenosha

3 January 2015
St. Nicholas Orthodox Church
4313 18th Avenue
Kenosha, WI 53140

Great Vespers

4 January 2015
(same place as above)

Hierarchical Divine Liturgy


The soon-to-be-consecrated +Bishop Paul will be making his first parish visit as Bishop to St. Nicholas Church in Kenosha, Wisconsin.

Please share in the great joy of this event by your presence. Every episcopal visitation is an invitation to deeper spiritual renewal!

“Wherever the bishop appears, there let the people be,” – St. Ignatius

(For more information about the Episcopal Consecration
of the Right Reverend Archimandrite Paul in Chicago, please go to

St. Nicholas Patronal Feast Day and Presentation

6 December 2014
St. Nicholas Orthodox Church
4313 18th Ave.
Kenosha, WI 53140

Come and Celebrate the Glorious Feast of Our Heavenly Patron, St. Nicholas!

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Please Join Us on Saturday, December 6, 2014 at 9 A.M. for the Festal Divine Liturgy, followed by Breakfast prepared by our Brotherhood and Sisterhood, $5.00 Donation

With a Special Presentation by Priest-Monk Serafim (Baltic) on Life on Mount Athos

This is a travelogue, of sorts, containing beautiful photos of the Holy Mountain

ALL are Welcome to Attend!

Please RSVP to Fr. Stephen Hrycyniak at or 414-899-3729

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A new ramp at St. Nicholas Church in Kenosha

St. Nicholas Church in Kenosha was recently the beneficiary of a work team from Nativity of the Holy Virgin Orthodox Church in Charlotte, North Carolina, who built a ramp up to the main entrance of the church.  This ramp makes the church much more accessible for parishoners who may have trouble walking or otherwise negotiating stairs.

“At the invitation of Charlotte’s Father Bill Mills, Sam Salloum and I started a conversation in March 2014 about a project that would make Saint Nicholas Church handicapped accessible,” said Kenosha’s Father Stephen Hrycyniak. “A team of five agreed to come to Kenosha and offer a week of their time to build a 100 foot ramp if our parishioners could come up with the cost of materials. I approached our council and parishioners; everyone was largely supportive and generously donated toward the project.”

The “Charlotte Five” arrived in Kenosha on Sunday, June 29, and within a week, the parish boasted a beautifully constructed ramp.

Read the entire article at the Midwest Diocese site


This ramp is the beginning of a larger project to improve the accessibility of St. Nicholas.  The next phases will include building off-street parking spaces and a sidewalk that lead directly to the ramp in order to further facilitate those who may have mobility problems.

To donate to this project, please contact St. Nicholas Church in Kenosha.