Resurrection Church in Krichev
The church has a chapel in honor of St. Paraskeva Friday. Before the re-registration in 2002, the church was called the Holy Resurrection Paraskevinskaya (Resurrection-Pyatnitskaya). There is a Sunday school at the church. The wooden church of St. Paraskeva Friday was mentioned in Krichev in the second half of the XVI century. The current church building was built on donations from citizens around 1880.

The temple stood until the 30s, when it was closed. The House of Socialist Culture was opened in the church building. In 1976, a new building of the House of Culture was built nearby, then the former church became the Rodina cinema. The cinema existed until the end of the 80s, when it fell into disrepair and was abandoned. At the very beginning of the 90s, at the request of parishioners and the rector of St. Nicholas Church, Mikhail Makovtsov, the church building was handed over to believers. Father Mikhail was engaged in its restoration. In 1999, it was consecrated by Archbishop Maxim Limit of Mogilev and Mstislav in honor of St. Paraskeva Friday. From that moment on, priests served in the church at various times — Nikolai Afanasyev, Andrei Milto, Hieromonk Seraphim (Silchenko), Grigory Pashkevich. Since 2002, Archpriest Sergiy Korostelev has been serving in the church, the second priest is John Mozolkov. In the mid-2000s, the main building of the temple was also consecrated.