St. Olga Cathedral

The parish of St. Olga was registered in 1994. The first service was held in the assembly hall of ZhEK-1406. In 1997, construction began on the Church of the Holy Blessed Prince Vsevolod-Gabriel. On April 19, 1998, on Easter, the first service was held in the basement of the church under construction. On December 10, 1998, Metropolitan Vladimir consecrated the temple. In 2000, a Sunday school was built. A utility building was also built, which houses a refectory, a gym, an assembly hall, a prosphora and rooms for receiving pilgrims.

In the fall of 2004, the foundation stone of St. Olga’s Cathedral took place. On July 24, 2005, the mortgage capsule was consecrated, and in December 2010, services began in the cathedral. There is a Sunday school at the temple, where classes are held on Saturdays and Sundays for children and on Tuesdays, Saturdays and Sundays for adults. There is a library. Every Saturday and Sunday, “Athos Readings” and “Olga Tea” are held with the viewing of documentaries about the shrines of Greece, shrines of Christian culture, and conversations with priests are held.

There is a children’s organization of Orthodox Scouts at the temple. During the holidays, children go on hikes and camps. Scouts conduct classes on survival in extreme conditions, orienteering, study medicine, the basics of rescue robots, floristry, journalism, conduct classes on ecology, learn independence, responsibility, and camaraderie. There is also a youth club where young people aged 18–30 years gather. Here you can talk to the priest and get answers to all your questions. There is a pilgrimage service. The printed edition “Olginsky Leaflet” is being published.

Where is St. Olga’s Cathedral?

Architect Verbitsky Street, 3G
08:00 – 20:00
morning service – 08:00 (Sunday 07:00 and 09:30), evening service – 17:00