Russian Orthodox Cathedral of the Transfiguration of Our Lord

228 North 12th Street, Brooklyn, NY 11211

Welcome

228 North 12th Street, Brooklyn, NY 11211

Pascha 2019 – Holy Week schedule

April 23 – Great and Holy Tuesday
6:00 pm – Presanctified Divine Liturgy

April 24 – Great and Holy Wednesday
6:00 pm – Holy Unction (ANOINTING OF THE SICK)

April 25 – Great and Holy Thursday
9:00 am – Vespers & Divine Liturgy of St. Basil
6:00 pm – Matins & Reading of 12 Passion Gospels

April 26 – Great and Holy Friday
2:00 pm – Vespers & Bringing out the Plaschanitza
6:00 pm – Matins & Burial Service of Our Lord,
Procession around the church

April 27 – Great and Holy Saturday
9:00 am – Vespers & Divine Liturgy of St. Basil
Hourly blessing of Paschal food from noon until 6:00pm.
Food blessing after Paschal Divine Liturgy.
Kulich (Easter Bread) can be bought in church.

10:00 pm – Reading from the Book of Acts
11:30 pm – Nocturne Service
11:45 pm – Paschal Procession around the Church

12:00 am- Paschal Matins & Divine Liturgy
After, You are cordially welcome to break fast in the church hall
and greet each other with Christ is Risen!

APRIL 28 -PASCHA- Resurrection of Our Lord
12:00 (noon) – Paschal Vespers & Procession
Last Paschal Food blessing

April 29 -Bright Monday-
9:00 am – Paschal Hours, Divine Liturgy

May 3 (Fri.) 11:00 am – Blessing of graves by appointment

May 4 (Sat) 10:00 am – Blessing of graves in Mt. Olivet Cemetery.
12:00 pm – Panikhida by Fr. Igor Tkachuk’s grave

May 5 (Sun) 12 pm – Blessing of graves in Mt. Olivet Cemetery.

May 6 (Mon) 6:00 pm – Akhatyst to Great Martyr George, after will be The Great Panikhida (Radonitza)

*** Remember! Sunday Liturgy symbolizes Easter. ***
Your attendance at every Sunday service is very important for you, your family and departed loved ones.


Welcome to the Russian Orthodox Cathedral of the Transfiguration of Our Lord! Our Cathedral, a New York City Landmark, has graced the Greenpoint-Williamsburg, Brooklyn skyline since 1922. It is the only example of its kind of Byzantine Revival architecture in New York and perhaps the United States. It is also listed in the National Register of Historic Places

Orthodox Christian Services

Saturdays
6:00 pm Vespers

Sundays
8:30 am Confession
9:00 am Divine Liturgy

Services are in English and Slavonic (similar to Russian.)

All Orthodox Christians as well as Christians of other denominations and those interested in Orthodox Christianity are welcome to worship with us in our Orthodox Christian church in Brooklyn, New York.