Patronal feast. March 15, New Style
Video from the patronal feast in honor of the Reigning icon of the Mother of God on March 15, 2010 >>
The church was consecrated on October 18, 2008. All major festive and Sunday services are celebrated here. Weekly prayers are served in the Church of the Reigning Icon with akathists before the icon of the Mother of God "the Most-Holy Queen of All" and the icon of Sts. Peter and Fevronia.
The Consecration of the "Reigning" Church film trailer. Visit of His Holiness Patriarch Alexy II of Moscow and All Russia to the St. Elisabeth Convent.
Patronal feast. July 18, New Style
Feast of our Heavenly Patron (2011) >>
The church was consecrated on January 2, 2005. St Elisabeth Church is mainly used for everyday services, as well as the second or third liturgies on Sundays.
Father Andrey Malakhovsky came to our convent in 2000. During this time, he has served in many boarding homes and hospitals ministered by our community. In our new article, Father Andrey Jr., as we lovingly call him, speaks about his path to…
After visiting the orphanage in Novinki, Nina immersed herself in a new world. She saw unconditional love and mercy in sick children and found God's love in the midst of their suffering. Her family had described her as having a heart of metal,…
It's hard to imagine an event that inspires artists more than the Nativity of Christ and its miracle. Saint Elizabeth’s Convent artisans also have their inspiration from Christmas, embodying its plots into their Nativity scene art.
Christmas is a testimony of our Lord's endless love for humanity. During the holy Christmas season, the monastery of St. Elizabeth organizes an annual charity event called Secret Angel. It allows everyone to buy items from a special category…
Believers invoke the icon praying for the help of the Holy Theotokos in meeting their basic needs, avoiding droughts, gathering a good crop, and daily sustenance. Saint Ambrose of Optina left us his short prayer before this icon.
On 28 October, the Orthodox Christians of Belarus commemorate 23 saints martyrs of the Minsk Diocese, glorified in 1999 as locally venerated saints. They suffered from 1917 to 1951, sharing the struggles of our Church in the 20th century.