Our Bookstore is the place to come, visit and purchase all your ethnic gifts!. We will help you in selecting the different items your heart desires!
Now the store has:
Icons; Religious books; Church Music CD's; Folk Music CD's; Gifts from Russia; Russian "Ded Moroz" (Santa Claus-Russian Style) figurines; Christmas Decorations; Feast Day and Names Day Greeting cards; Russian Lacquer boxes; one of a kind handpainted Matryoshki; Angel figurines; Decorative Khokloma dishes; Gzhel Porcelain; Samovars, Faberge Egg pendants and much more!
We are open on Saturdays: 9AM to 1PM and on Sundays: 12PM to 1PM and Wednesdays 4PM to 8PM and by appointment. If you want to make an appointment please call Amy Gorsky, Church Store Manager, 207-615-2615.
The Bookstore is located in the Holy Virgin Protection Russian Orthodox Church Hall, located at 51 Prospect Street, Nyack, NY 10960.
We look forward to welcoming you and seeing you.
Molds are made of durable hardwood. It is easy to use. Place cursor on the photo and left-click to enlarge the picture to see the details.
- holds 3-4 pounds of Pascha
- made of hardwood
- will not warp
- pascha will not absorb the hardwood smell
- decorated with XB
- decorated with an orthodox cross
Our Bookstore has a wonderful, spiriual uplifting book titled "Чтение на каждый день Великого Поста" (Тranslation: "Daily Readings during Great Lent."). The aim of the 447 page book is to give the reader a better understanding about the meaning of Great Lent.
The passages and selected readings are noted for each day of the Great Lenten period, underscoring the significance of each day. Each day of the 40 day period has a special meaning and purpose. Thus each daily readings contain Holy Father's teachings,explanations, essays and homilies associated with that particular day.
Also the book contains readings for the Great Lent Sundays as well as the Feast Days that sometime are incorporated into the Great Lenten Season.
Purchase it and you will not be sorry! Only $8.00
The Orthodox Study Bible is the fruit of over twenty years of labor by many of the best Orthodox Christian theologians of our time. This long-awaited single volume brings together an original translation of the Old Testament from the Septuagint with the classic Orthodox Study Bible: New Testament and Psalms. Here, by the grace of God, you will find the living water of His Word with comprehensive study guides and teachings that bring to our modern world the mind of the ancient Christian Church.
The first ever full-length Orthodox Study Bible in English presents the Bible of the early church and the church of the early Bible.
Orthodox Christianity is the face of ancient Christianity to the modern world and embraces the second largest body of Christians in the world. In this first-of-its-kind study Bible, the Bible is presented with commentary from the ancient Christian perspective that speaks to those Christians who seek a deeper experience of the roots of their faith.
The Orthodox Study Bible uses the New King James Version of the Bible as the basis for a fresh translation of the Septuagint text. The Septuagint is the Greek version of the Bible used by Christ, the Apostles, and the early church.
Number of Pages: 1984
Vendor: Thomas Nelson
Publication Date: 2008
Dimensions: 9.19 X 6.19 X 1.31 (inches)
PRICE: $50.00. Credit Cards accepted.
The new Orthodox Study Bible contains the entire Old Testament of the Orthodox Church, including the "Deuterocanonical" books. Although based on the New King James Version, it offers a fresh translation from the Greek text of the Septuagint.
The Orthodox Study Bible includes:
- New Testament from the New King James Version
- Commentary drawn from the early Church Christians
- Easy-to-Locate liturgical readings
- Book Introductions and Outlines
- Subject Index
- Full-color Icons
- Full-color Maps
Additionally, this new edition contains a number of improvements over the older one:
- The Psalms have been retranslated from the Septuagint.
- The notes for the Psalms have been greatly expanded.
- The NT notes have been revised slightly.
- The liturgical notes at the top of the New Testament pages have been expanded and placed into their own section at the foot of the page.
- The index to the notes at the back, as well as the glossary, have been expanded.
- New study articles have been added to the back of the Bible.