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Celebrating Christmas in Moscow on December 25

St. Andrews Anglican Church

Roman Catholic Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception of the Holy Virgin Mary

Built in 1911, this is the largest and oldest Catholic Cathedral in Moscow and houses one of the biggest organs in Russia. Every Sunday, masses are held in Russian, Polish, Korean, English, French, Spanish, Armenian and Latin. The cathedral also regularly hosts concerts and cultural events, such as choir and organ recitals. Christmas services in English will take place in the crypt of the Cathedral on Christmas eve at 7 p.m. and on Christmas day at 3 p.m.

+7 (499) 252 3911
catedra.ru
27/13 Malaya Gruzinskaya Ulitsa.
Metro Krasnopresnenskaya

St. Louis Roman Catholic Church

The Church of St. Louis of France was first established in 1789 and serves not just the French community but anyone regardless of their country of origin. Services are conducted in English, French, Italian, Latin, Russian and Vietnamese. They will hold their English language Christmas masses on Christmas eve at 6 p.m. and on Christmas day at 9 a.m.

+7 (495) 625 4665
eglise.ru
12 Ulitsa Malaya Lubyanka.
Metro Lubyanka

St. Andrews Anglican Church

St. Andrews is a unique piece of British history in the heart of Moscow, the only Victorian neo-Gothic building in the city and home to a vibrant international community of Anglican Christians. Christmas festivities in St. Andrews are family-oriented, with a family service on Christmas eve at 6 p.m. starring Jacob the cool sheep as well as Rudolph and his elves. Later that evening at 10:30 p.m. will be the midnight mass. There will be another service at 11 a.m on Christmas day.

+7 (495) 629 0990
moscowanglican.org
8 Voznesensky Pereulok.
Metro Pushkinskaya, Okhotny Ryad

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