The brick church, built in 1863-1868 under the guidance of P.A. Kochiev, is situated near the town cemetery. The one-headed quadrangular frame with the two-layer bell tower and the elements of the eclectic style. The second altar is called Vozdvizhenskiy. The church was closed no later than in the 1940s and was later used as a warehouse. In 1990 it was returned to the believers and restored.
From Arkhangelsk: By train to Kotlas, then a change to the train to the Mezheg station, from the Mezheg station by bus to Yarensk.
By car from Arkhangelsk along the road M-8 to Ust-Vaga (the next locality after the Dvinskoy Bereznik settlement) (about 285 km), then turn left, along the crossing and then to the road to Kotlas (about 315 km). Then along the road to the east to Yarensk (about 212 km). If you drive along the M-8 road from the south, the turn to Kotlas will be in the Vazhskiy settlement.