Serbian Orthodox Church
On the feast day of Holy Three Hiearchs His Grace Bishop Andrej of Remesiana served the Holy Hiearchal Liturgy in Belgrade's Cathedral church, where holiday's service was directly broadcasted on Radio Slovo Ljubve.
Source: Radio Slovo Ljubve
His Holiness Irinej, Serbian Patriarch served on Sunday, February 12, 2012, on the feast of the Synaxis of Holy Three Hierarchs. the Divine Liturgy in Belgrade's church of Saint Mark. Three Hierarchs is guild's slava of the Belgrade's craftsmen-metalworkers, which according to tradition, from the time before World War II, has been bringing to the church of St. Mark their guild's slava cake. The slava of the guild they have been celebratin without interruption, even during the communist era.
On the eve of the feast day of the Synaxis of three great ecumenical teachers and saints Basil the Great, Gregory the Theologian and John Chrysostom, on February 19, 2012 His Grace Bishop Fotije of Dalmatia served the solemn evening service at the monastery of Krka.
The Serbian Cultural and Educational Society Prosvjeta - City Council Mostar, on Thursday, February 2, 2012 marked the 88th anniversary since the death of poet Aleksa Santic. The remembrance day of this great poet began at 11 hours with the commemoration at the Santic's grave at the New Orthodox cemetary in Bjelusani.
On Sunday of Demetrius and the pharisee, on Februar 5, 2012, His Grace Bishop Fotije of Dalmatia attended the Holy Liturgy in Sibenik which was served by local parish priest Milorad Djurdjevic. Sibenik has experienced these days a severe polar winter, thus small number of the faithful appeared in the Cathedral church in Sibenik.
The Standing Conference of Canonical Orthodox Churches in Australia (SCCOCA), under the aegis of the Episcopal Assembly of Oceania, sponsored the 31st Annual Opening of the Law Term for 2012 with a Pan-Orthodox Prayer Service held at the Annunciation Greek Orthodox Cathedral in Sydney on Tuesday evening, 7 February 2012. Many notable participants, including clergy and lay, legal professionals from the Inter-Orthodox community, were present to receive and pray with and for the dignitaries from the judiciary, including distinguished Supreme Court judicial officers, headed by the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of New South Wales, The Honourable Tom Bathurst QC.