Saint Nicholas Day in Zemun

Saint Nicholas Day in Zemun
Saint Nicholas Day in Zemun
Saint Nicholas Day in Zemun
Saint Nicholas Day in Zemun

The feast of Saint Nicholas the Wonderworker,  Archbishop of Myra, the Saint Nicholas Day was solemnly celebrated with the Divine Liturgy held by Bishop Jovan of Ulpiana in the oldest church in Zemun.

With the blessing of His Holiness Irinej, Serbian Patriarch, His Grace Bishop Jovan o Ulpiana officiated the Divine Liturgy in Zemun’s church of Saint Nicholas.

Founder’s Patron Saint-day of Devic Monastery

Founder’s Patron Saint-day of Devic Monastery
Founder’s Patron Saint-day of Devic Monastery
Founder’s Patron Saint-day of Devic Monastery
Founder’s Patron Saint-day of Devic Monastery

In the Devic monastery Founder’s Patron Saint-day was celebrated – Saint Joaniky of Devic the Wonderworker

Bishop Teodosy of Raska-Prizren celebrated the Holy Hierarchal Liturgy with the concelebration of sixteen clergymen. Some 300 faithful attended the Liturgy coming  from all areas of Kosovo and Metohija and  from Belgrade and Montenegro as well. On behalf of the Government of Serbia Mr. Mirko Krlic, deputy director of the Office for Kosovo and Metohija, with his colleagues attended.

An underground church in Australia

About 800 kilometers north from Adelaide, in the state of South Australia, there is a unique monument, not only of Serbian but also of world culture and architecture. It is the church of Prophet Elijah, completely situated underground.

The Serbs who migrated to Coober Pedy, had a need for a spiritual, religious life. Our miners who were digging semi-precious stones, opal, dug one of the most beautiful pearls not only of the Serbian Orthodox, but also of  the overall Christian culture. Since it is a desert area where temperatures reach above 40 degrees Celsius, our people found an unique and ingenious solution. They built a church underground, at the depth of 9 meters, 30 meters long. They have now a church, a church hall, a parish house and a church school – everything underground.

Christian love

Christian love
Christian love
Christian love
Christian love

Asylum seekers from several African countries, recently accommodated near Belgrade, attended on 8 December 2013 the Holy Liturgy at the Obrenovac church.

After the end of the Liturgy, with Christian love and the hospitality of the host, a luncheon was prepared for the unfortunates from distant lands in the churchhall of the parish house; while the choir sang several  Serbian folk songs wishing them a warm welcome to the Obrenovac church.