The temple of the great Martyr St. George is located in the village Coxae (Georgievka), 40 kilometers East of the city of Shymkent in southern Kazakhstan. The single-nave church with a dome and an attached bell tower was built in 1882 with the money of the parishioners. During the Soviet era, the temple, like others in the country, was closed, and various institutions were located there for a long time.
In 1991, the Church of the Great Martyr George the Victorious was reopened to parishioners by Archpriest Gennady Makarenko. In 2002, the church was restored, some structures were replaced, and the facade of the building was updated. In front of the entrance to the temple, built of light pink brick, you can see the bell tower at the top with a bell suspended from the arch. An interesting fact is that in the church, according to the decision of the local priest, they do not take money for candles.