St. George Serbian Orthodox Church












 

Welcome! Добро нам дошли!
We welcome all visitors and seekers to join us!

We invite you to join us for services, which are held in Church Slavonic, English and Serbian. Sunday liturgies begin at 10:00 am.  Weekday feastday liturgies begin at 9:00 a.m. Vespers are held at 6:00 p.m. every Saturday and on the eve of feasts.  Please note that only baptized Orthodox Christians can partake of our sacraments and receive the antidoron (нафора) distributed at the end of the liturgy. You are encouraged to ask our priest for additional learning materials or service substitution readings. Private catechism sessions can be arranged upon request.




Thanks to the hard work of many individuals, our First Annual Orthodox Food Fest was an overwhelming success.  Thousands of locals came out to sample the various ethnic foods and entertainment.  A good time (and a nice profit) was enjoyed by all.  Thank you to all who worked and/or supported this fundraiser!

Now on the the Come Receive the Light Program on the Orthodox Christian Network: Listen to Fr. Milovan Katanic about the unique heritage of the Serbian Orthodox Church. Fr. Milovan shares history and tradition, including a quote on how Russian people have the virtue of piety; Greek people have the virtue of almsgiving; Serbian people have the virtue of Martyrdom.





 
 
Today is ,
( according to the Church Calendar)

On this day, the Church commemorates:

Quotables

"Many are the snares of the Devil.  Has he not succeeded in moving souls to evil through poverty?  He offers wealth as the bait.  Has he not achieved what he wants through insults and taunts?  He tempts one with praise and glory.  Has he overcome anyone by way of his health?  He infects one's body with disease.  When he is unable to deceive us through pleasures, he endeavors to lead the soul astray by way of unwanted pains."


-Spirit-filled teachings on the blessings of illnesses and afflictions
from the life of St. Synkletike the Abbess