The table below shows the feasts that are celebrated annually at St. Nicholas. Dates correspond to the old calendar. Green indicates one of the 12 major feasts of the Orthodox Church. Some feasts are “moveable” because they do not fall on a fixed date every year (their dates are determined relative to Pascha). The dates for several other important events (see details here) are also automatically determined by Pascha, such as the three Sundays that lead up to the fast of Great Lent (Sunday of the Publican and Pharisee, Meatfare Sunday, and Forgiveness Sunday)—and then Great Lent itself. Note that all Eastern Orthodox churches, regardless of whether they use the old or new calendars, celebrate Pascha on the same day.