St. Catherine’s Lutheran Church


An architectural monument of early Classicism

The church was designed for the Lutheran Community by architect Y. M. Felten, the church was constructed in 1768-71 under the patronage of Empress Catherine II. 

In 1930, the church was closed and the building was turned into a miners' club. In 1990, services resumed. In 1997, the church was returned to the Lutheran community; in 1999 a Sauer organ, the largest in St. Petersburg, was installed in the church.

Germans in St. Petersburg

This route will tell you more about the people, that left their homeland in order to put a great effort in building our city.

  • Address: St. Petersburg, Vasilievsky Ostrov, Bolshoi pr., 1
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    Monday - Tuesday: Free
    Wednesday: 19:30 - 21:00
    Thursday - Saturday: Free
    Sunday: 13:00 - 18:00
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