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About Saint George Cathedral

Our congregation is a harmonious mix of Russian and American, immigrant and native, young and old, "cradle" and convert. There is room for everyone.

The St. George parish was incorporated and moved to its current location in 1914. Replacing the original wooden structure, our beautiful temple was completed and consecrated in 1935. It received its designation as a cathedral during the residence of Metropolitan Benjamin and Bishop Theodore of the Russian Orthodox Church in 1943-46. Later, the parish brought itself under the jurisdiction of the Orthodox Church in America.

Our "new" iconostas was completed, dedicated, and blessed in 1955. All of the icons on the iconostas are copies of those in St. Vladimir's Cathedral in Kiev, in 19th-century Russian style.

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Saint George Orthodox Cathedral
917 North Wood St; Chicago, IL 60622
978-500-0267 | Contact

  • Thu
    22Feb

    No Akafist
  • Sat
    24Feb

    No Vigil
  • Sun
    25Feb

    Sunday of the Publican & Pharisee
    8:45 Hours
    9:00 Divine Liturgy
Saint George Orthodox Cathedral
917 North Wood St; Chicago, IL 60622
978-500-0267 | Contact