Eparchial (Diocesan) News

20th Triennial Sabor – Opening and Greetings

The 20th Triennial Church Assembly (Sabor) of the Serbian Orthodox Church in North and South America began on Tuesday, August 11, 2009 at St. George Church in Canton, Ohio with the Divine Liturgy. A good number of clergy and delegates began their work with receiving the Holy Eucharist.  The Invocation of Holy Spirit was then served by His Grace Bishop Dr. Mitrophan.

Clergy and delegates arrive and register for 20th Triennial Sabor

The 20th Triennial Church Assembly (Sabor) of the Serbian Orthodox Church in North and South America is set to begin on August 11, 2009 at St. George Serbian Orthodox Church in Canton, Ohio. The Assembly brings together the hierarchs, clergy, congregation board presidents and congregation delegates from all five dioceses of the Serbian Orthodox Church in America.

Western American Diocese of SOC - 13th Annual Diocesan Days Gathering

This year our Diocese will hold its 13th Annual Diocesan Days on Labor Day weekend, September 4 through September 6, in Jackson, California. We take this opportunity to invite you to support this very important and uplifting event by coming and participating in all the Church Services, workshops and other planned activites. We encourage you to come and spend time with family and friends and enjoy a weekend of delicous food and entertainment. Information regarding the schedule of events will be available soon!

Half a millennia of Monastery of Krushedol

The Serbian Orthodox Church, Diocese of Srem and Monastery of Krushedol celebrated a great jubilee - five centuries, half a millennia of the existence of this great Serbian sanctuary.

Funeral service for Slobodan Danko Popovic

His Eminence Metropolitan Amfilohije of Montenegro and the Littoral and His Grace Bishop Jovan of Shumadija served yesterday, on August 11, 2009, at the church at Bukovica in Arandjelovac, the funeral service for the reposed academician Slobodan Danko Popovic. The hierarchs served with the concelebration of twenty priests and seven deacons. Their Highnesses Prince Vladimir and Princess Brigita attended the funeral service as well as many academicians, politicians, representatives of cultural and art life of Serbia.