Methodist Churches in Russia

According to the data presented by the Russia United Methodist Church Theological Seminary, there are currently:

  • 110+ churches
  • 188 Sunday schools
  • 4 United Methodist Annual Conferences (Central Russia, Northwest Russia, South Russia, Ukraine and Moldova, Eastern Russia & Central Asia) divided into 11 districts (North Moscow District, Southern Moscow District, Volga District, Saint Petersburg District, Novgorod District, Western District, Central Black Soil District, Northern Caucasus District, East District, West District, Ural District, Siberia Far East District, Central Asia)

served by:

127 men and women under appointment
including:

    • 37 ordained clergy
    • 38 commissioned workers

Methodist Churches in Russia and surrounding territories*

* Please feel free to contribute to the list below.

  • Archangelsk
  • Baikal
  • Belgorod
  • Chernivtsi
  • Dudinka
  • Ekaterinburg
    • Ekaterinburg – First
    • Return
  • Gatchina – Mercy
  • Ivano – Frankivsk
  • Kaliningrad
  • Kamensk-Uralsky
  • Kaminitsa
  • Kazan
  • Kerch
  • Khabarovsk
    • Khabarovsk – Blessing (and Bright)
    • Khabarovsk – New Church
  • Kharkiv (Ukraine)
  • Khimki
  • Khokhol – Holy Trinity
  • Kinshinyov (Moldova)
  • Kyiv (Ukraine) Kyiv – Spring of Life
  • Kyiv – St. Luke
  • Kirov
  • Komsomolsk-on-Amur – Glory
  • Koshari – Belgorod and Belgorod
  • Krasnoarmeisk – The Way
  • Krasnodar
  • Krichev (Belarus)
  • Kurba
  • Kurgan – Singing Christians
  • Kuznetsk – Heavenly Light
  • Latnoye – Revival
  • Lida – Reconciliation (Belarus)
  • Lipetsk        – Church-Going Bell
  • Luga
  • Lugansk – Living Faith
  • Lviv (Ukraine)
  • Lytkarino – Thanksgiving
  • Melnikov Posyolok Kaliningradskaya oblast’
    • Melnikovo – St. Luke 
  • Moscow
    • Moscow – Central Rainbow Ministry
    • Moscow – Good News
    • Moscow – First
    • Moscow – Kimgansan
    • Moscow – Kwan Lim
    • Moscow – Perovo
    • Moscow – Vnukovo
    • Moscow – Zelenograd-Sulamita
    • Seminary Russia UM Theological Seminary Moscow, Russia
  • Mytischi – Immanuel                        
  • Mytischi – Way of Salvation
  • Nevithkoye
  • Novgorod
  • Novogremyachye – Tansfiguration
  • Novokuibyshevsk – Bastion of Christ’s Humility
  • Novosibirsk
  • Oryol – Millennium
  • Otradnyi – Christ the King               
  • Penza – New Life
  • Perechin
  • Pervouralsk
  • Petrovskaya UMC
  • Pishma
  • Podolsk
  • Podpozhskoi Mission
  • Poltava
  • Pskov
  • Pushkin – Bethany
  • Pyatigorsk
  • Samara
  • Saratov
  • Satka
    • Revival
    • Ust-Katav
  • Serpukhov
  • Sevastopol – St. Andrew
  • Sinda – Good News
  • Smolensk – United Methodist Church of Smolensk
  • Sochi – Transfiguration
  • Sovetsk – Emmanuel 
  • Sredneuralsk – True Light
  • St. Petersburg
    • St. Petersburg – Aspiration (and Inspiration)
    • St. Petersburg – Grace
    • St. Petersburg – Holy Trinity
  • Stary Oskol – Unity
  • Stavropol
  • Syizran’
  • Syktyvkar – Embassy of Love
  • Tbilisi (Georgia)
  • Tomsk
  • Tyumen – Salvation
  • Tver’
  • Ulyanovsk – St. Luke
  • Uzhgorod
  • Veliky Novgorod
  • Veshchevo – Mission
  • Vladimir
  • Vladivostok
  • Vnukovo (http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=38467086344)
  • Volgograd
    • Volgograd – Transfiguration                                  
    • Volgograd – Hope        
  • Vologda – Good News
  • Voronezh
    • Voronezh – St. Peter & Paul – the Resurrection United Methodist Church
    • Voronezh – New Commandment                        
  • Yuzhni – God’s Field  
  • Zhigulyovsk
  • Zlatoust