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Tulchino. Church. Interior. (2009)
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Село ТУЛЬЧИНО. ХРАМ РОЖДЕСТВА ПРЕСВЯТОЙ БОГОРОДИЦЫ

В XVI в. село Тульчино упоминается как вотчина Пафнутьево-Боровского монастыря. В селе был деревянный храм Воскресения Христова. В 1839 г. на средства прихожан был построен новый каменный храм во имя Рождества Пресвятой Богородицы с приделом во имя святого пророка Божия Илии. В 1888 г. при храме начала действовать церковно-приходская школа, построенная также на средства прихожан. В 1930 г. церковь была закрыта, и затем какое-то время использовалась как зернохранилище. С 1960-х гг. здание храма, став бесхозным, превращается в руины.

В 1999 г. зарегистрирована община православных верующих. Храм передан общине в 2000 г. Ныне его здание законсервировано, частично отремонтирован интерьер, с 2010 г. здесь регулярно совершаются богослужения в воскресные и праздничные дни.

Престольные праздники:

Рождества Пресвятой Богородицы – 21 сентября.

Пророка Божия Илии – 2 августа.

В других источниках:

Тульчино. Церковь Рождества Пресвятой Богородицы. (www.pserpuhov.ru)

Тульчино. Церковь Рождества Пресвятой Богородицы. (sobory.ru)

Тульчино. Церковь Рождества Пресвятой Богородицы. (temples.ru)

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