Welcome to Saint Nicholas Monastery!

Dear Fathers, Mothers, Brothers and Sisters in Christ,

Glory to Jesus Christ!



The reverend Mother and Great-schemanun Theodora-Amphilochia fell asleep yesterday morning at 9:30 a.m.


Tomorrow, on Thursday, April 2nd, beginning at 11:00 a.m., Mother Theodora-Amphilochia will be in the Saint Nektarios Church at 111 Evergreen Road, North Fort Myers, Florida, 33903 (enter through back side of building please) where you may visit her to pay your respects and pray that she may have a good trip to Paradise. At 12:30 p.m. on Thursday, the Softening of Evil Hearts Holy Myrrh-Streaming Icon of the Mother of God, from Russia, will be in the Church with Mother. An Akathist hymn will be celebrated before the Holy Icon and a litiya for the departed will be prayed. The Sacred Icon will leave promptly at 1:30 p.m.

Mother’s funeral service will be held at Saint Nicholas Monastery on Friday, April 3rd, at 8:00 a.m. Following the funeral service, a meal will be served in the Monastery trapeza. She will be interred that afternoon at Memorial Gardens, 200 West Copans Road, Pompano Beach, Florida, 33064, sometime between 3:00 and 4:00 in the afternoon, depending upon travel time. 

If you have any questions, please email me or call and leave a message at 239-229-3871.

Please pray she may always be alive to us. Eternal be her memory! 

In lieu of flowers, Mother Theodora-Amphilochia preferred that donations be made to Saint Nicholas Monastery for the continued glorification of God.

With respect and agape,

Mother Andrea
www.saintnicholasmonastery.org



The sacred Monastery of Saint Nicholas is an Orthodox Christian monastery for women under the omophorion of His Eminence, the Most Reverend Metropolitan Hilarion, First Hierarch of the Russian Orthodox Church Outside of Russia (ROCOR).

The Monastery is situated on a beautiful 11-acre property which, with the help of volunteers, is being transformed into a place of splendor and spiritual retreat. Among the treasures of the Monastery are many holy relics, some of which are on permanent display in the church for veneration by the faithful. 

Some of the Monastery's priceless treasures are sacred relics of the life-creating Holy Cross of Christ, the precious Belt (pokrova) of the All-Holy Mother of God, and a holy relic of our Father among the Saints Nicholas, Archbishop of Myra of Lycia, the Wonderworker, patron of the Monastery. Located at the Monastery are two chapels, one dedicated to the Holy glorious Prophet Moses the God-Seer and the other to our Father among the Saints Nektarios, Metropolitan of Pentapolis, the Wonderworker; the Archimandrite John Memorial Library; as well as a gift shop/bookstore; candle shop; sewing room; crafts room; trapeza (dining hall); iconography studio; various gardens; and other dedicated spaces. 

Services are celebrated mainly in English, with some Slavonic and Hellenic. Spanish or French are used from time to time, according to pastoral needs. Periodically, the Monastery brings Russian-speaking clergy to hear confessions.  

The nuns speak Spanish as a second language.


His Eminence, the Most Reverend

Metropolitan HILARION

First Hierarch of the Russian Orthodox Church Outside of Russia

 

Services:

Please check our Schedule of Service page for service times and place.

Saint Nicholas Monastery

All Divine Services will be celebrated at:

111 Evergreen Road / North Fort Myers, Florida  33903, unless otherwise indicated.

Please enter through back door of building.

BOOKSTORE/GIFT SHOP

Our Bookstore hours are by appointment.  Our Bookstore/Gift Shop is open after every service for your convenience. Please consider joining us for a service and visiting our bookstore while you are here.  

Our online bookstore is currently under construction.

Gift Shop/Bookstore phone (239) 997-2847

Email: bookstore@saintnicholasmonastery.org

facebook - follow us Click this link to follow us on Facebook

December 2014: His Eminence, Metropolitan Hilarion, made an Archpastoral visit to Saint Nicholas Monastery for the feasts of Saint Savvas the Sanctified and Saint Nicholas the Wonderworker, the patron of our sacred monastery. During Vladyka’s visit, he tonsured the Reverend Father John Vieages a Ryassophore monk with the name of Hieromonk Ezekiel. He also tonsured Artemy Amonette, Cyprian Craig, and Aristobulus Adams as Readers. Reader Cyprian was further elevated to Subdeacon and then Deacon, and on the Feast of Saint Nicholas he was ordained a priest. Reader Aristobulus was elevated to Subdeacon. Father Deacon Christophe Lepoutre was ordained a priest on the feast of Saint Savvas, which enabled him to be chief celebrant for the vigil of Saint Nicholas that evening. Other clergy in attendance for these festive occasions were the Very Reverend Archimandrite Nektarios Harding, the Very Reverend Archpriest John Moses, the Very Reverend Archpriest Onouphry Keith, the Reverend Father Mark Rowe, the Reverend Father Vladimir Kaydanov, the Reverend Father Constantine Desrosiers, Deacon Denis Lvov, Subdeacon Mark Gajdos, Reader Paul Belchenko, Reader Alexander Peretyagin, and Altar Servers Dmitry Yusin, Georgy Yusin, Valeriy Melnichuk, and Nicholas Rowe. Father Mark Rowe was awarded the right to wear the Gold Cross for his distinguished service to the church and his work with the Western Rite Deanery.

 Schemanun Theodora-Amphilochia fell asleep in the Lord on Tuesday, March 31,2015.