Religious Ceremony

Religious wedding is one of the seven Sacraments of the Church, by which a young man and a young girl, of the same faith, unite voluntarily in front of the Altar, to get along together in comity and childbirth.

Religious ceremony is a very important moment in a relationship and represents a new beginning, the two persons now forming a family.

Accompanied by godfathers and their guests, after they said “yes” in front of the registrar, grooms go to Holy Church to be done the Holy Sacrament of Matrimony.

Many couples choose to get married in the Church of Selarilor’s Hill, where Saint Nicholas takes the newly-weds under His protection.


Holy Baptism is the first of the sacraments of the Holy Church and represent the door which every person step into the church.

Sacrament of the Baptism was sitting in the words of Jesus Christ: “Go therefore and teach all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit” (Matthew XXVIII, 19). This said to them after His resurrection from the dead.

Baptism is administered by priests, who received sanctifying grace of the priesthood. It is considered big celebration for any family this day when a Christian newborn child receives the Sacrament of Holy Baptism and enter into the among of the Christians.

The seen part of the Holy Baptism consists into dipping three times in the holy water of the one who is baptized and saying the words “baptized shall be servant of God. (Name of baby) In the name of the Father, Amen, and of the Son, Amen, and the Holy Spirit, Amen. Now and ever and ever and ever, Amen.”

The joy of receiving the Baptism is felt both of the parents but especially of the godparents, who are spiritual fathers of the child, and who gave his mother a Christian!

Prices for church weddings and baptisms are more than affordable and you can persuade going personal to the Saint Nicholas Church,
Blănari Street no. 16, Sector 3, Bucharest, Romania

or by phone

Priest Costel Burnichi – vicar
Mobile: 0728 083 818


St. Nicholas Orthodox Church, Selari