An Anglo-Catholic parish in the Episcopal Tradition
Rectors of Saint Nicholas
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Can you spot Luis Orellana?
Lily Cooper is having a good time while Parker explains something.
Bryan is one-man cheering section.
Parish administrator Lynn Nelson with her daughter Amy.
Nickey Sawyer, our head of the altar guild.
Amy & friend.
These kids kept the energy high.
Love Ashley’s face!
Doyle & Lynn.
Kellie & her brother were super early.
The Sawyer family, Parker’s mom, & Father Michael pondering the impending Giants win.
The palms, ready for blessing.
Father Michael asks the parish children to pass out the palms to the people.
Everyone is ready for the blessing and procession.
Father Michael blesses the palms with holy water.
Father Vladimir reads the Gospel of Mark.
Come visit us and attend the Holy Week Masses!
Into the church.
The children head out to Sunday school.
The psalm is beautifully sung.
Father Vladimir delivers a brief homily.
Celebrating the Eucharist.
Beautiful floral arrangements.
Father Vladimir directs the Passion players.
The first station: Pilate condemns Jesus to death.
“Crucify him!” shout the crowds, liberating Barabas.
The Roman soldiers wait to take Jesus away.
The Romans whip Jesus.
Pilate washes his (in this case, her) hands.
The second station: Jesus carries his cross.
The fourth station: Jesus meets with his mother, Mary.
The fifth station: Simon helps Jesus carry the cross.
The sixth station: Veronica wipes the face of Jesus.
The seventh station: Jesus falls a second time.
The eighth station: Jesus meets the women of Jerusalem, who mourn for him.
The ninth station: Jesus falls a third time.
The tenth station: Jesus is stripped.
The eleventh station: Jesus is nailed to the cross.
The twelfth station: Jesus dies on the cross, along with all our sin.
The thirteenth station: Jesus is taken down from the cross.
The fourteenth station: Jesus is placed in the tomb.
Father Vladimir congratulates the actors, who are children in the parish preparing for First Communion.
The actors depart.
Christ crucified is represented above the altar.
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Saint Nicholas of Myra, an Anglo-Catholic Parish in the Episcopal Tradition
17114 Ventura Blvd.
Encino, CA 91316
Episcopal Diocese of Los Angeles