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TV Liturgy

TV Liturgy

We currently broadcast each Sunday Divine Liturgy on the following Thursday at 11:00 A.M. This may be seen on the independent Cleveland / Akron Television – CAT:

 

No Cable - Channel 29 ( Akron )

No Cable - Channel 35 ( Cleveland )

Time Warner : Summit / Portage Counties - Channel 14

Adelphia : Summit / Portage Counties - Channel 99

Doylestown Cable : Wayne County - Channel 29

 

or visit our archive: www.stnickbyz.com/

 

We pray that this service of evangelization will provide spiritual edification to all who watch. May this broadcast be of particular benefit for those who may be unable to attend Sunday worship.

 

If you are moved to send a donation to help us with our television ministry, please mail your donation to:

 

St. Nicholas Church - TV Liturgy, 1051 Robinson Ave., Barberton, Ohio 44203

 

 

 

 

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