Our historic cathedral was constructed between 1911-1912 and is considered one of the finest examples of Russian church architecture in the United States. It is listed on the National Register of Historic Places in the United States. The parish of St.Theodosius Orthodox Christian Cathedral was organized by immigrant Russians living in Tremont in 1896. It served the needs of Orthodox Christian faithful of diverse ethnicities until they moved out of the city and into the suburbs to establish their own places of worship. St. Theodosius Cathedral was the "Mother Church" for most of the Orthodox Christian churches in northeast Ohio today.
St. Theodosius Cathedral is located at 733 Starkweather Avenue which is in the historic Tremont area of the City of Cleveland. Tremont is the most accessible neighborhood in the city of Cleveland. Interstate highways I-71, I-77 and I-90 have exit ramps into Tremont and afford easy access to St. Theodosius Cathedral.
As the Lord Jesus Christ said to the Apostle Andrew; "Come and See" what we and the Orthodox Church are all about!
From the West
Take I-90 east. Exit at W 25th St and continue straignt to Scranton Rd. Turn left on Scranton Rd to Starkweather Ave. Turn right on Starkweather and follow to St Theodosius Cathedral (733 Starkweather).
From the East
Take I-90 west/I-71 south. Exit W 14th St and continue south to Starkweather Ave. Turn left on Starkweather and follow to St Theodosius Cathedral (733 Starkweather).
From the South, I-77
Take I-77 north to I-490 west, exit W 7th St. Turn left on Starkweather Ave and follow to St Theodosius Cathedral (733 Starkweather).
From the South, I-71
Take I-71 north to exit W 14th St. Continue north to Starkweather Ave. Turn right on Starkweather Ave and follow to St Theodosius Cathedral (733 Starkweather).