In 1920, the earthly remains of Mother Elizabeth, formerly Grand Duchess Elizabeth Feodorovna of Russia, who had been viciously murdered in Siberia in 1918, were laid to rest at the Russian Orthodox convent of Gethsemane in Jerusalem.

Just over a century later, Mother Elizabeth is recognized as a saint within the revitalized Russian Orthodox Church, and is a source of spiritual inspiration for Christians across many denominations. At St Albans Cathedral, her statue stands above the nave altar, alongside St Alban. Join Dan Koski as he tells the story of Saint Elizabeth and her importance to the future of Christianity in the Holy Land and beyond. 

Tutor: Dan Koski, Visiting Tutor

Time: 7.30-9pm

Price: £10

Venue: Alban Room, Chapter House, St Albans Cathedral

Entry is via the Welcome Centre (Sumpter Yard). Please note that this event takes place on Level 1 of the Chapter House. Step-free access is available via a lift (please enter via the South Chapter House door).

Please email us when booking if you require step-free access so that we can provide directions, and so that we can make alternative arrangements in case of lift malfunctions.