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Metropolitan Tikhon
Archbishop of Washington, Metropolitan of All America and Canada

Metrpolitian Tikhon has a been associated with St. Tikhon's community since his conversion to Orthodoxy in 1989.  A graduate of the seminary and later instructor, he was tonsured in 1995 into the Brotherhood.  After his ordination to the priesthood, he was chosen deputy abbot in 20002 and elevated to the episcopate two years later.  In November, 2012, he was elected Metropolitan of the Orthodox Church in America.

Archimandrite Sergius
Abbot of St. Tikhon's Monastery

Archimandrite Sergius is a convert to Orthodoxy, graduate of St. Tikhon's Seminary (where he also serves as a teacher), and a long time member of the Brotherhood.  Ordained to the priesthood in 2008, he was elected the 16th abbot of the monastery in 2009.  Here is a biographical sketch.

The Monastics of St. Tikhon's Monastery

Archimandrite Sergius, Abbot

Metropolitan Tikhon

Archbishop Michael

Bishop Alexis

Igumen Gabriel

Igumen Cyprian

Igumen Leonty

Hieromonk Innokenty

Hieromonk Herman

Hierodeacon Mark

Hierodeacon David

Monk Nicodemus

Monk Kyril

Riassaphore Monk Michael

Riassaphore Monk Stephen

Riassaphore Monk Stephanos

Riassaphore Monk George

Riassaphore Monk Paul

Riassaphore Monk Michael 

Novice Andrew 

Novice Jeremiah

Rdr. Hesychios


For information on those associated with the monastery in the past please visit the Monastic Heritage.



Monastery of St. Tikhon of Zadonsk
175 St. Tikhon's Road
Waymart, PA 18472
570-937-4067 (Phone)
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    6:00 Midnight Office, Matins and hours
    4:30 Vespers & Small Compline
  • Tue

    6:00 Midnight Office, Matins and hours
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  • Wed

    6:00 Matins, hours
    8:00 Presanctified Liturgy
    4:30 Compline
    4:30 Presanctified All Saints Chapel
  • Guidance for Lent Part 2
    Another excerpt from the Metropolitan's Lenten message
  • Guidance for Lent Part 1
    Metropolitan Tikhon's Archpastoral Message for Lent 2023
  • March News & Events
    March is once again the heart of the Lenten season.





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