Worship Service Location Change Beginning January 2, 2023, MPC will begin worshipping in the chapel of St. Peter’s and Paul’s Cathedral at 3:30 PM. Please check here for more specifics as it gets
Message from Pastor Jessica Dear Friends and Family of Moscow Protestant Chaplaincy, With Christmas just weeks away, I extend my very best wishes to you and your family as we celebrate the
We are pleased to announce that we have returned to worship in the building amid COVID-19 under modified circumstances. Worship will continue at 3 pm on Sundays. We kindly ask everyone when coming
Dear MPC family, It's been eight months since I've come on board as pastor and in that time we've seen the world change in profound ways. In spite of the challenges COVID presents, I am filled with
We are pleased to announce that we have returned to worship in the building amid COVID-19 under modified circumstances. Worship will continue at 3 pm on Sundays. However, we will require masks and
Trinity Sunday Service at 12:30PM Join us for a shared worship service with the congregation of St. Andrew's Anglican Church this Sunday at 12:30 PM, with group for children, followed by a BBQ.
We invite you to worship with us on Sunday, December 24 at 19:00 (7 Pm) with, Christmas songs, the Christmas Story, communion, and Christmas Candles.
In September MPC recevied 10 computers from the United Nations refugee agency's Moscow office for use in our Parish Center. MPC works with asylum-seekers from war-ravaged places like Afghanistan and
Recently the MPC 'Seeds of Hope' farm appeared in a news article in Russia Beyond the Headlines. The MPC farm was established in spring 2014 to provide organic food for the MPC food distribution