According to records, the St. Nicholas Macedonian Orthodox Church of Windsor was established on 5 April 1971. On 12 August 1979, the church was blessed by the Metropolitan of the diocese, Bishop Kiril. The church burnt to the ground in May 1980. Later, in the same place, a new and much larger church building was built. In its 40 years of existence, the church went through many changes and additions. It started out as a humble church holding only 50 people, and after it was upgraded to fit more than 100 people. Finally, it was expanded and today it can fit 350.
The sanctuary of the church is a beautiful basilica, decorated with three large domes and bells. The inside of the church is decorated with an iconostasis that was made in Macedonia. The southern wall is decorated with frescoes, painted by Macedonian artist and academic Gligor Stefanov. On the western wall, there is a balcony for the church choir made of a backdrop of decorated wood.
The church owns an area of 16 acres. On the land exists a Macedonian community center, two modern banquet halls, an up-to-date kitchen, employee rooms, a parking lot with space for over 250 cars, a park with a soccer field, and surrounding forests. In the аssembly of the church exists a woman's auxiliary, a senior's club, a choir group, and throughout its history, it has had a Sunday school, religious seminars, a Macedonian folk dance group, soccer teams, a children drama club, and many different exhibits.