Serbian Orthodox Church
Lovers and seekers of God turn to the Holy Scriptures. Individuals serious about Christian learning immerse themselves in the New Testament. Bishop Dr. MITROPHAN is an accomplished New Testament scholar and professor.
His Grace has devoted countless hours to study, research and teaching the New Testament. His thousands of miles of travel to St. Sava School of Theology to teach the New Testament reflect His depth of commitment, love and interest.
Publication of this book fills a great void in Orthodox scholarly New Testament writing in the English language. Individuals wanting to learn more about God as revealed and present in the New Testament need authoritative texts.
Sunday, May 10, 2015 was the Burning of the Relics of St. Sava, marking the burning of the relics of St. Sava at Vracar in Belgrade by Sinan Pasha in 1595. This is the Slava day of the St. Sava Serbian Orthodox Monastery, Libertyville, IIlinois.
The St. George Serbian Orthodox Church in Carmichaels, Pennsylvania celebrated the parish Slava on Sunday May 3 with the Divine Liturgy,Festal Procession, and Blessing of the Slava Kolac' and Koljivo. Living and departed members of the parish were remembered in prayer.
On Sunday, May 3rd, the faithful of St George Serbian Orthodox Church gathered to honor their patron saint, St George the Great-Martyr. Cindy Babics, this year’s honored sponsor, has been a long-time member and supporter of her St George parish. She volunteers her time at events and fundraisers, and is a weekly participant at Divine Services.
On May 3rd, 2015, St George in Cincinnati celebrated their parish Slava in honor of the Great-Martyr George. Sponsors for this year's Slava were Veljko and Gordana Uveric with daughters Daria and Maya, along with Adam and Eliana Meador with daughter Nadia.
Source: Eastern American Diocese
On Sunday, May 3, 2015 the St. George Serbian Orthodox Church in Hermitage, PA festively celebrated their Church Slava. Serving at the altar during Divine Liturgy were V. Rev. Michael Polanichka, retired priest of the neighboring Carpatho-Russian Church, Rev. Dragan Goronjic, priest at Holy Trinity Serbian Orthodox Church in Youngstown and host priest V. Rev. Milovan Katanic.