Place Details

Place Details

Evangelical Lutheran Church of Ingria (St. Mary's Parish)

By 1805, the Finns erected St. Mary's Church on Bolshaya Konyushennaya Street. She was named in honor of Empress Maria Feodorovna. By the end of the XIX century, the number of parishioners exceeded 17,000 people.

From the first day of its foundation, the parish served the city, which welcomed it so warmly. Education for children and an orphanage for girls were financially supported by the parish. Although the Soviet authorities tried to destroy the faith of Christians and discredit their service to the world, the nature of the community has not changed over the years.

The doors of this parish are open every day. You can attend the service not only in Russian, but also in Finnish. There are Mother and Child classes, Finnish language lessons, and Bible study classes for children and young people.

In St. Mary's Parish, you can enjoy great classical music concerts, develop your own voice in choir classes, unite in prayer, and simply make good friends.

By 1805, the Finns erected St. Mary's Church on Bolshaya Konyushennaya Street. She was named in honor of Empress Maria Feodorovna. By the end of the XIX century, the number of parishioners exceeded 17,000 people.

From the first day of its foundation, the parish served the city, which welcomed it so warmly. Education for children and an orphanage for girls were financially supported by the parish. Although the Soviet authorities tried to destroy the faith of Christians and discredit their service to the world, the nature of the community has not changed over the years.

The doors of this parish are open every day. You can attend the service not only in Russian, but also in Finnish. There are Mother and Child classes, Finnish language lessons, and Bible study classes for children and young people.

In St. Mary's Parish, you can enjoy great classical music concerts, develop your own voice in choir classes, unite in prayer, and simply make good friends.

By 1805, the Finns erected St. Mary's Church on Bolshaya Konyushennaya Street. She was named in honor of Empress Maria Feodorovna. By the end of the XIX century, the number of parishioners exceeded 17,000 people.

From the first day of its foundation, the parish served the city, which welcomed it so warmly. Education for children and an orphanage for girls were financially supported by the parish. Although the Soviet authorities tried to destroy the faith of Christians and discredit their service to the world, the nature of the community has not changed over the years.

The doors of this parish are open every day. You can attend the service not only in Russian, but also in Finnish. There are Mother and Child classes, Finnish language lessons, and Bible study classes for children and young people.

In St. Mary's Parish, you can enjoy great classical music concerts, develop your own voice in choir classes, unite in prayer, and simply make good friends.

Address

st. Bolshaya Konyushennaya, d. 8A

Timetable

Mon, Tue, Thu—Sun 10:00 — 20:00, Wed 10:00 — 22:30

Website

https://elci.ru/cerkov-sv-marii/

Source

https://kudago.com/spb/place/lyuteranskaya-cerkov-ingrii-prihod-/

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