Serbian Orthodox Church
His Grace Bishop Hrizostom of Bihac-Petrovac on Easter Monday served the Divine Liturgy with the concelebration of protopresbyter Cedomir Arambasic, protopresbyter Radoslav Stankovic, protodean Goran Travar, hieromonk Teofil head of the monastery of Glogovac, as well as deacon Vladimir Maksimovic who was later ordained a presbyter.
On the second day of the Easter, on Easter Monday, Bishop Teodosije of Raska-Prizren served the Divine Liturgy in the church of St. Sava in the village of Donje Kusce near Gnjilane in Kosovo Pomoravlje. On Easter Tuesday, Bishop Teodosije served the Divine Liturgy in the church of St. Sava in Novi Pazar with the concelebration of priests of the Novi Pazar Episcopal Deanery with the dean protopresbyter-staurophor Tomislav Milenkovic and heugomen of the monastery Tusimlje and Djurdjevi Stupovi, protosyngellos Sergije and Gerasim.
His Eminence Archbishop of Cetinje and Metropolitan of Montenegro and the Littoral served on Bright Thursday and the feast day of St. Eutichius of Constantinople the Divine Liturgy in the monastery of Podmaine in Budva.
His Grace Bishop Atanasije of Hvosno served on Sunday of St. Thomas, on April 22, the Divine Liturgy in Holy Trinity church in Sremcica. He was concelebrated by the brotherhood of the church with chanting of the children's choir of the church.
On Bright Saturday, April 21, the Serbian Community in Boise, Idaho, celebrated its Slava – Holy Resurrection and received its Bishop who served the Divine Liturgy. His Grace, Bishop Maxim visited this Serbian Community with Rev. Presbyter Fr. Predrag Bojovic and prof. Bosko Bojovic from Paris, France. The Hierarchical Divine Liturgy started at 10.00 am, and some 120 people actively attended and participated in this Eucharistic event.
Following the Holy Liturgy, there was a cutting of slava cake and a banquet. The host of the Greek Orthodox Parish of Saint Constantine and Helen, Fr. Nektarije Serfes, was extremely hospitable. He invited the Serbian Community to join his parish and participate in the sacramental life of the Church. The faithful were overjoyed with the this archpastoral visit and with the presentation of professor historian Bosko Bojovic who spoke on the subject: The heritage of the past and the challenges of the future. Fr. Nektarios Serfes, a great friend of the Serbian people, spoke again about his recent visit to Kosovo and Metohija and called upon the Serbian faithful to help their brothers and sisters in Kosovo.