Serbian Orthodox Church

Serbian Patriarch consecrated the church of Holy Trinity in Brunswick East

Serbian Patriarch consecrated the church of Holy Trinity in Brunswick East
Serbian Patriarch consecrated the church of Holy Trinity in Brunswick East
Serbian Patriarch consecrated the church of Holy Trinity in Brunswick East
Serbian Patriarch consecrated the church of Holy Trinity in Brunswick East

On Meatfare Sunday, on 6 March 2016, His Holiness Irinej, Serbian Patriarch, consecrated the church of Holy Trinity in Brunswick East with the concelebration of His Eminence Metropolitan Amfilohije of Montenegro and the Littoral and Their Graces Bishops Longin and Irinej.

The solemn service was attended by a great number of pious parishioners who had given immeasurable contribution to the renovation and decoration of this church, that had been purchased in the 1970s from the Anglican Church. At the end of the Divine Liturgy, His Holiness handed in high medals of the Serbian Orthodox Church and gramatas (gratitude awards) to the most deserving and most committed parishioners, who by their donations and personal endeavors had given an example how to serve their neighbors and participate in liturgical life of the Church.

A great blessing for all the Orthodox in Australia

Parishioners of the Serbian Saint George’s in Saint Albans gathered 10.000 Australian dollars for the Church kitchen in Belgrade and for the youth on Kosovo and Metohija. - Patriarchal visit to the monastery of Saint Sava in Elaine as well as to a Greek monastery and Serbian and Russian churches in Geelong. - Local celebration of Venerable Elder Nikanor of Chilandar.

His Holiness Irinej was solemnly welcomed at the airport in Melbourn on 1 March 2016, where he was greeted by Bishop Irinej of the Metropolitanate of Australia and New Zealand in the presence of the clergy and the faithful, as well by high representatives of other Local Churches and members of the diplomatic corps of our country in Melbourn.

Pittsburgh Deanery Education Meeting

Pittsburgh Deanery Education Meeting
Pittsburgh Deanery Education Meeting
Pittsburgh Deanery Education Meeting
Pittsburgh Deanery Education Meeting

The Twenty-Seventh Annual Deanery Meeting on Christian Education was scheduled by His Grace Bishop Dr. MTIROPHAN to be held at the St. Nicholas Serbian Orthodox Church in Johnstown, Pennsylvania on February 20, 2016.

SerbFest in North Port

SerbFest in North Port
SerbFest in North Port
SerbFest in North Port
SerbFest in North Port

On Sunday Fen 28, 2016 the St. Sava Church in North Port, FL hosted their annual Serbian Festival. The church is not complete yet but the parishoners of St. Sava are working hard towards that goal, and their annual Festival plays an important role in that endeavor. Good music, food, and tasty kolace (Serbian cookies) were prepared for their guests. This was a two day event featuring Srpski Biser on Saturday from St.Petersburg Florida, dancing Kolos to the delight of the audience.

Kolo Slava in Clearwater

Kolo Slava in Clearwater
Kolo Slava in Clearwater
Kolo Slava in Clearwater
Kolo Slava in Clearwater

The Kolo Sisters had their Slava on Sunday Feb. 21, 2016 at St. George Church. The Slava is Sretenje Gospodnje (Presentation of Jesus at the Temple).

Saint Sava celebration in Pittsburgh

Saint Sava celebration in Pittsburgh
Saint Sava celebration in Pittsburgh
Saint Sava celebration in Pittsburgh
Saint Sava celebration in Pittsburgh

On Sunday, January 31, 2016, the faithful of the St. Sava Serbian Orthodox Church in St. Petersburg, FL, celebrated the patronal feast of their parish church, St. Sava, the First Archbishop of the Serbs, Enlightener and equal to the Apostles. The Divine Liturgy was celebrated by the V. Rev. Stavrophor Stephen Zaremba, parish priest, and the V. Rev. Stavrophor Jovan Todorovic, retired, attached to the St. George parish in Clearwater, FL. The V. Rev. Stavrophor Miloje Rajicevic, retired priest of the St. Sava parish, who was unable to serve due to ill health, preached an inspiring sermon about St. Sava to the faithful gathered for the celebration, who filled the St. Sava Church to capacity.