Russian Orthodox Church

Opened in 2003 the Church of St. Sergius of Radonezh was the work of Yuri Kirs, a St. Petersburg architect. A small but faithfully executed example of the design of Russian Orthodox churches, it serves a small Russian congregation. The Church falls under the Patriarchate of Alexandria of Egypt and its domes are all covered in gold leaf. An icon of Christ Pantokrator decorates the central dome while the interior walls display vividly coloured murals.


The Church of St. Sergius of Radonezh is a 15-minute drive from the Midrand Gautrain station. See our guide to the Gautrain here and download the Gautrain app for real-time updates on when the next Gautrain and Gautrain midi-bus are due. Visit for more information on the timetable and fares. #YourGautrainJourneyStartsHere



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