Holy Trinity St. Nicholas Convent: a magical healing of spiritual wounds
The Holy Trinity St. Nicholas Convent is not far from the center of Tashkent, on 8-Marta street. In 1893, the first women's Christian community was formed in Tashkent, then on February 15, 1894, a church appeared in the name of St. Nicholas the Wonderworker. And now, after 7 years, on September 19, 1901 the church was finally renamed the The Holy Trinity St. Nicholas Convent and carries its name in our days.
The very first abbess of the monastery was nun Callista. At present the abbess of the only female convent in the city is abbess Yekaterina (Malgina). The monastery has its own subsidiary farm with chickens, geese and cattle. They also grow fruit and nut trees. The monastery always appreciates help. If you have a desire to participate in the life of the church, please contact +998 90 167-07-19.
The main shrines of the church
The interior decoration of the monastery is decorated with beautiful frescoes. The special objects of worship are, of course, sacred icons. The St. Nicholas Convent has icons of St. Nicholas, the Most Holy Theotokos of Tikhvin, the icon of the Mother of God the Elderly, a stone from the Holy Sepulcher, as well as the relics of holy god-worshipers. Among them are the relics of the Blessed Elder Matrona of Moscow, St. Panteleimon, St. Seraphim of Sarov and other famous saints. There are always a lot of prayers near these shrines, because the sacred icons have a miraculous healing power, preserving and healing the spiritual wounds.
Divine services in the church are conducted daily from 6:45 am, and on Sunday from 8:00. Traditionally, the service includes a moleben, a liturgy, a sleepless psalter, vespers, matins and an akathist. At the entrance to the monastery you can buy a variety of icons, incense, Orthodox literature, crosses, lamp oil and other church supplies.
Within the walls of the holy monastery, local and foreign parishioners try to find something of their own: peace and tranquility, miracles and salvation from troubles, support and consolation. The St. Nicholas Convent is a small secluded relic in the noisy and fast city where every believing woman can feel the grace and harmony of the soul.