Church of St. Nicholas Svyatoshi

The church is double-altared – the main church is in honor of St. Nicholas the Svyatosha, and the lower one is in honor of the holy martyr John the Warrior. The temple was built on the territory of military unit T-0710, designed by architect Georgy Rogozhin (author of more than 50 churches throughout Ukraine). Construction took place under the leadership of the head of the administration of the State Special Transport Service, Lieutenant General Nikolai Malkov, with funds from philanthropists and the efforts of the personnel of the State Special Transport Service.

In ancient times, the territory where the temple is now located belonged to the Chernigov principality. The Monk Nikolai Svyatosha was the son of a Chernigov prince and for this reason the temple was built in honor of this saint. Construction began in 2007 after the day of remembrance of St. Nicholas Svyatoshi (October 27). On December 14, 2008, the first Divine Liturgy was celebrated in the lower church in the name of the holy martyr John the Warrior. From October 2011 to April 2012, the walls and ceiling of the temple were painted. A baptistery and a Sunday school were also built on the church grounds. The clergy of the parish conducts spiritual and educational work with the personnel of the military unit, and excursions to the holy places of the capital are also organized for military personnel. However, not only military personnel can come to the temple, but also those who live and work in the adjacent territory, as well as everyone.

Where is the Church of St. Nicholas the Svyatoshi?

Belomorskaya street, 2
09:00 – 18:00