Our Leadership
Fr Thomas Soroka
Rector
frthomas@orthodoxpittsburgh.org

Father Thomas is a native of Pittsburgh, holds degrees from Duquesne University, and attended St Vladimir's Orthodox Theological Seminary in Crestwood NY. He descends from a long line of Orthodox priests and church musicians. He oversees the work of the Departments of the Orthodox Church in America and he serves on the Diocesan Council of the Archdiocese of Pittsburgh and Western Pennsylvania. He's a frequent speaker in parishes on various spiritual topics including parish growth and leadership, and directs the Pan-Orthodox Choir of Pittsburgh. Fr Thomas can also be heard regularly on Ancient Faith Radio and occasionally on local Christan radio. He and his wife, Matushka Joni Soroka, a native of Louisville KY, have three daughters.


Dn Luke Loboda
Deacon
dnluke@orthodoxpittsburgh.org

Deacon Luke was ordained in 2016 to the Holy Diaconate by Archbishop Melchisedek and has been a member of St Nicholas Church since 2009. A life-long Orthodox Christian, he and his wife, Dr Ashley Loboda, have three sons and a daughter. He is a graduate of Ashland University (Ohio), earned a MA in American History and Government, and teaches in a local school district.


Dn John Skowron
Deacon
dnjohn@orthodoxpittsburgh.org

Deacon John was ordained to the Holy Diaconate in 2021 by Archbishop Melchisedek and has been a member of St Nicholas since 2013. Born and raised in Pittsburgh, he and his wife Kate have three daughters and one son. He obtained his undergraduate degree from Georgetown University, a masters degree from Oxford University, and a law degree from the University of Pittsburgh. He is a licensed attorney and practices law at a firm in downtown Pittsburgh.


Olga Noskov
Parish Council President

Olga is a native of Zlatoust, Russia and has been a resident of the Pittsburgh area since the mid-1990s. She is employed as a nurse and enjoys the outdoors and promoting Russian culture. Her family has been faithful and active members of St Nicholas Church since their arrival in the United States.


Our misson: St. Nicholas Church will strive to glorify God through Orthodox Christian worship, sincere love and care for one another, and service to those in need around us.

We are a parish of the Orthodox Church in America.

St. Nicholas Orthodox Church • 320 Munson Avenue • McKees Rocks, PA 15136
412-331-1053 • info@orthodoxpittsburgh.org