IMPORTANT – LOCATION CHANGE for this Sunday.
This Sunday, Jan 26, 2020 our services will be held at:
Diamond Valley Community Center
(sometimes called Diamond Valley Church)
513 S Stokes Rd, Stillwater, OK 74075
Google map here:
A few pics of the space here:
Service start times are as usual:
9:30 am – 3rd & 6th Hours / Confession
10:00 am – Divine Liturgy with Fr.Matthew
11:30 am – Saint Nino Feast Day Meal
Our usual Stillwater meeting space (the
Cottonwood) is currently undergoing some
remodeling and will not be available for our use
on Sunday, Jan 26.
So, for this one service we have reserved the
Diamond Valley Community Center.
Saint Nino Orthodox Christian Church. We have services both in Stillwater and Enid. Map and Driving Directions are found here, and you can click here for information on Enid service times and meeting locations
St Nino Orthodox Christian Church holds all our Stillawater Sunday services at the historic Cottonwood Community Center, which is located in a beautiful and peaceful country setting, just a couple of miles to the North and West of Stillwater at
2303 N. Cottonwood Rd , Stillwater OK 74075
Click for Google map: https://goo.gl/maps/pgXWQjkfeAM2
If coming from Stillwater you can drive WEST (4 miles WEST of Life Church) on Lakeview, to the Cottonwood Community Center. Lakeview is paved the entire way.
Cottonwood Community Center, built about 1889, is significant for its historic associations with the development of Stillwater. It is indicative of school house architecture that was popular in the late 1800s and early 1900s in the Stillwater community.
The Center is listed as a National Historic Place
St Nino Equal-to-the-Apostles Orthodox Church
(Intersection of W Lakeview Rd. and Cottonwood Rd.)
2303 N. Cottonwood Rd, Stillwater OK 74075
Stillwater, OK 74075
Stillwater Phone or TEXT: (405) 698-1993
If you send a Text, we normally reply within just a few minutes.
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