Tour of Church Renovation

All and the animals they love are welcome!


In celebration of the Feast of Saint Francis.

October 07, 2017
Fall Retreat

In Peace

New Skete is a religious community of men and women dedicated to monastic life in the Eastern Orthodox Church.

​The Monastic life has but one rule, the Gospel of Jesus Christ, and one goal, that we each attain the end for which we are created.

On-line Gift Shop

Monastery Gift Shops

Monks' 12:30 to 4:00 
Tuesday through Saturday and 
by appointment

Nuns' 12:30 to 4:00
Tuesday through Saturday

Becoming a Brother or Sister
​Monastic Internships

Monastic Life

Welcome!

September 30, 2017
Blessing of the Animals

Please check back for details as we plan the annual Fall Retreat at New Skete.

August 12, 2017

New Skete Annual Pilgrimage

Monasteries

Sunday Matins - 9 am
Sunday Divine Liturgy - 10 am
Tuesday - Friday Matins - 7:15 am
Saturday Matins - 8 am
Tuesday - Saturday Vespers - 5 pm

A Peaceful Place

Renovations

All are welcome!
Annual summer event.
Guest Speaker, Dr. Roberta Ervine

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Located on the gentle slope of Two-Top mountain [el. 1,743 ft.], you will find the churches of New Skete, Emmaus Guest House, the dog kennels,  and the monks' monastery.   Nearby, you will find the nuns' monastery along with their cheesecake bakery.  Peace and tranquility are part of the setting as well as part of life at New Skete.  

 We hope that you find your visit to our website informative and peaceful.  Our Eastern Orthodox monastery, located in Cambridge, New York, was founded in 1966.  

As Orthodox Christians, it is our passionate desire to live the monastic life and to worship authentically and intensely. New Skete’s entire history has been characterized, in the midst of supporting ourselves, by our efforts to translate the essentials of early Christian monasticism to an American culture capable of transforming us today. This has entailed pursuing the knowledge needed to foster a spirit of healthy simplicity. We achieve this by studying Sacred Scripture, Monastic and Liturgical History and by being open to the difficulties and yearnings of our contemporaries.


 

2017
Worship Schedule