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Bible Answer Man's Greek Church St Nectarios Conversion from Protestant to Orthodox 18/4/2017 12:00 πμ
Saint Nektarios Greek Orthodox Church is dedicated to the continuation of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ’s ministry of salvation through the proclamation and teaching of the Gospel; through Baptism in the name of the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit; and through loving service to God and to mankind. The Saint Nektarios community welcomes and encourages everyone to participate in the body of Christ through the Orthodox Church. We feel blessed by your interest in our community.
Saint Nektarios Greek Orthodox Church is a vibrant and dynamic Christian community in Southeast Charlotte. We received our charter from His Grace Bishop Alexios of Atlanta in August of 1998, and the Lord continues to bring us new members who enhance our loving church family. We invite you into our community and welcome you to become a part of our parish family. We look forward to getting to know you and for you to know all of us.

Our Patron Saint

Our patron is Saint Nektarios of Aegina, the Wonderworker. Saint Nektarios, a modern day saint and one of the most widely known of Greek Orthodox saints, was canonized in 1961, and is buried in Aegina, Greece. October 18, 2002 is a milestone in the history of our young parish. The relics of our beloved patron were brought from Aegina, and are housed in a special reliquary for veneration by Orthodox faithful from near and far. This is a great honor for our community, and with it comes an awesome responsibility.

Our Mission

Saint Nektarios Greek Orthodox Church is dedicated to the continuation of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ’s ministry of salvation through the proclamation and teaching of the Gospel; through Baptism in the name of the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit; and through loving service to God and to mankind. The Saint Nektarios community welcomes and encourages everyone to participate in the body of Christ through the Orthodox Church. We feel blessed by your interest in our community.

We are a stewardship parish that thrives on donations of time, talent and treasures. Our entire operating budget is funded by pledges received from the members of our parish. Each member determines the level at which he/she is able to give. There is no minimum stewardship required in order to be a member; however, you must sign a pledge card and be active in the liturgical life of the community to vote.


Glory be to God!


St. Nektarios Greek Orthodox Church | 5108 Kuykendall Rd. | Charlotte, NC 28270

tel: 704-708-4669 | fax: 704-846-6094 | office@stnektarios.org



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Γιατί είμαι Ορθόδοξος Χριστιανός
 
Γιατί είμαι Ορθόδοξος Χριστιανός
Latin West vs Greek East Christianity Differences

...to theologize " is permitted only to those who have passed examinations and have reached theoria(revelation or spiritual experience), and who have been previously purified in soul and body, or at least are being purified ." [7]

This state of theoria is two fold or has two stages: a)mind and spirit focused on God, b) Experience of God, a vision of the glory of God in Christ. The normal functions of the body, such as sleeping, eating, drinking, and digestion are suspended. In other respects, the intellect and the body function normally. One does not lose consciousness, as happens in the ecstatic mystical experiences of non-Orthodox Christian and pagan religions. One is fully aware and conversant with his environment and those around him, except that he sees everything and everyone saturated by the uncreated glory of God, which is neither light nor darkness, and nowhere and everywhere at the same time. This state may be of short, medium, or long duration. In the case of Moses it lasted for forty days and forty nights. The faces of those in this state of glorification give off an imposing radiance, like that of the face of Moses, and after they die, their bodies become holy relics. These relics give off a strange sweet smell, which at times can become strong. In many cases, these relics remain intact in a good state of preservation, without having been embalmed. They are completely stiff from head to toe, light, dry, and with no signs of putrefaction.

Latin West vs Greek East Christianity Differences
Πόσο διαφέρει η Ελλάδα από την Ζιμπάμπουε;
 
Πόσο διαφέρει η Ελλάδα από την Ζιμπάμπουε;
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