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At the 2021 Fall General Assembly, we will vote on
ONE final building recommendation
 
 


In September 2019, a special GA  was held to vote on a
seven-person leadership committee 
Their charter:
1. Develop a long-range plan for the facility
2. Meet the needs for the next 50 years (through 2070)
3. Based on the community's input, make one final building recommendation:
to rehab, rebuild, or relocate our current facilities*
4. Include supporting financial and logistical plans
with the final building recommendation
5. Use the work of the previous committees
to build from as a foundation



* In 2017, a discussion of our long-term needs and wants for our facilities led to three subcommittees that were formed to explore and develop the following three building options... or do nothing: 
  
REHAB, REBUILD or RELOCATE 
[cost estimates are approximate and may be dated]

The final building recommendation will be voted on at the 2021 Fall General Assembly

OPTION 1: REHAB

subcommittee led by George Psyhojos

Maintain the existing church structure. Modify or add on to structure to address deficiencies, increase functionality and increase usable space.
REHAB OPTION OVERVIEW

OPTION 2: REBUILD

subcommittee led by Tom Tsaros

Tear down and build a new facility on the same property, and tear down the parish house to repurpose with the church.
REBUILD OPTION OVERVIEW

OPTION 3: RELOCATE

subcommittee led by Jim Decoulos

Sell the church and parish house properties; purchase new property and construct a new church and facilities elsewhere.
RELOCATE OPTION OVERVIEW

OPTION 4: DO NOTHING

The first 50 years at St. Nicholas

More to come...

Photo: In 1885, the Church of Our Redeemer built the original structure at 17 Meriam Street in Lexington.

50 Year Anniversary Video

Please watch our anniversary video, culminating life at St. Nicholas for the first 50 years!

View here

50 Year Vision & Strategic Plan


St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church Mission Statement

Bringing families and individuals in the Lexington area closer to Christ

Address

17 Meriam Street
Lexington, MA 02420, US