Monastery Now Accepting Items for Museum and Repository
Monastery Now Accepting Items for Museum and Repository

Abbot Igumen Sergius and curator Fr. John Perich are pleased to announce that the Metropolitan Museum at St. Tikhon’s Monastery is now receiving donations that will be displayed and housed permanently for the many hundreds of pilgrims that visit our museum and repository each year and will be preserved for future posterity. Such donations including Icons, Relics, and other religious items that would be of historic interest and/or which can be used in the Monastery's Liturgy Life will be considered for addition to our large and precious collection and will be acknowledge with an in-kind tax deductible receipt for the current fair market value. If you have an item that you would like to have considered for placement that will be preserved for generations at St. Tikhon’s Monastery, please contact us with information and pictures at

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