Serbian Orthodox Church
In Prizren the patron saint's day of the Cathedral church of St. George the Great martyr was solemnly celebrated. The Divine Liturgy was served by Bishop Marko of Bregalnica (Archbishopric of Ohrid) with the concelebration of Bishop Teodosije of Raska-Prizren, 15 presbyters and 3 deacons. Among priests there were archimandrite Partenios, the longtime friend and benefactor of the Serbian people, as well as protopresbyter Marinos, the chaplain of the Greek contingent of the KFOR. In the Liturgy circa 400 belivers took part, mostly the refugees from Prizren, who came on the patron's feast day of St. George from all parts of Serbia bearing icons as gifts to the church in which they were baptized and married.
On the feast day of saint, celebrated Great martyr, Victory-bearer and Wonderworker George, the patron of the city of Sombor, on May 6, 2011, the Divine Liturgy was served in the church of St. George.
On May 7, 2011 the Patron's feast day of the St. George the Great Martyr was celebrated in the base of Anti-terrorist unit (PTJ) in Lipovica near Barajevo.
Father Srboljub Jockovich brings the gifts to the altar during the Divine Liturgy for Holy Saturday service at Saint Nicholas Serbian Orthodox Church. Jockovich is flanked by cantors Milan Radonovic, left and Nicholas Govelovich. Source: The Patriot-News
The Holy Hierarchical Divine Liturgy with Vespers was served on Holy Saturday at St. Sava Serbian Orthodox Church in San Gabriel. Paschal Matins and the Holy Hierarchical Divine Liturgy was served at St. Stevan's Cathedral.
On Sunday, May 8 2011, it will be solemnly marked 70 years of the first Divine Liturgy in Osnabrück which was served on St. George's Day, May 6 1941, by protopresbyter Milan Jovanovic in officers' prison camp in Osnabrück.
His Grace Bishop Konstantin of Middle Europe will serve on this occasion on St. Mark's Day, May 8, at 9am the Holy Hierarchal Liturgy in the church of St. George the Great Martyr and the Victor in Osnabrück (Wersener Straße 85, 49090 Osnabrück-Eversburg). The second channel of the German television (ZDF) will broadcast directly this solemn service of God from 9.30 till 10.15am.
Source: Diocese of Middle Europe