Visitor Information

You Are Welcome – Whoever you are!

Orthodox Christian, Muslim, Jewish, people of no faith and people of any faith are all welcome to visit the monastery!

An Orthodox monastery is apart from the world, so it can help the world through prayer and repentance, but also by offering hospitality. The sacred and holy space of our monastery is open to all.

Please feel free to COME AND SEE.

Ours is a very small monastery, and as such we are only able to offer overnight accommodation to a very small number of people at the moment. If you want to stay with us, it is important to contact us first to ensure we have space for you.

We are open most days to day-visitors . Our front gate opens at about 8am, after the morning services, and closes after Vespers at about 7pm.

Sample Monastery Schedule

PLEASE NOTE THE SCHEDULE MAY CHANGE ON A DAILY BASIS

If you are planning a day trip to the monastery, please check with us that we are keeping our usual schedule.

 

Weekday Typikon

5:00am Midnight Office
Matins
First Hour
7:00am Bible Study
7:30am Morning Work / Study Period
12:00pm Third Hour
Sixth Hour
Typika
12:45pm Lunch – SILENCE until 2:30pm
1:30pm Free Time
2:30pm Afternoon Work / Study Period
5:00pm Ninth Hour
Vespers
7:15pm Compline
8:00pm Great Silence – Retire to cells.
Festal Typikon

5:00am Great Midnight Office
Great Matins
Divine Liturgy (around 6:30am)
8:00am Breakfast
12:00pm Third Hour
Sixth Hour
12:45pm Lunch – SILENCE until 2:30pm
5:00pm Ninth Hour
Vespers
7:15pm Compline
8:00pm Great Silence – Retire to cells.