Javascript Menu by
Welcome to the Diocese of Eastern America Website
Funeral Arrangements for V. Rev. +Djuro Majerle - 11/27/14

VERY REVEREND DJURO MAJERLE retired priest of St Sava Serbian Orthodox Church, Beloved husband of Jelena (nee Zakula). Dear father of Pavle (Marija) and Jovan (Angela). Grandfather of Djuro, Pavle, Aleksija, Gojko, and Ljubica. Uncle of Dusko (Mira), Milena (Sveto), Ljilja (Brane) and Gordana (IMilan dec). Great uncle to many nieces, nephews and Kumovi. Hierarchical Divine Liturgy will be officiated by His Grace Bishop Mitrofan and His Grace Bishop Longin on Saturday November 29, 2014 at 9 am at St. Sava Serbian Orthodox Church, 2151 W. Wallings Road followed by funeral service at 11 am. V.Rev.Djuro Majerle will lie in state at church on Friday November 28, from 2-8 pm. POMEN service 7.30 pm. Interment, St. Sava Cemetery.  Arrangements by Donald A. Faulhaber Funeral Home.

Eastern Diocese KSS Federation Meets in Carmichaels - 11/27/14

Carmichaels, PA - His Grace Bishop Dr. MITROPHAN participated in the recent meeting of the Eastern Diocese KSS Federation held at St. George Serbian Orthodox Church in Carmichaels, Pennsylvania on November 22, 2014.  

Completion of Church in Potomac - 11/20/14

Potomac, MD - On Saturday and Sunday, November 1-2, 2014, in the capital of the United States, the Serbian community and all Orthodox Christians had cause for great celebration. Fifty-three years after the founding of the Serbian Orthodox parish of the Holy Apostle and Evangelist Luke in Washington DC, the Serbian community witnessed the completion of the construction of their new church in Potomac, Maryland, an exclusive suburb of Washington DC. After organization of the spiritual life of the flock in rented spaces and borrowed churches, and after many years of outgrowing a small chapel on 16th Street, NW, in Washington, the completion of the new church was accomplished after much anticipation as a center for our Orthodox Christian people who live in the mid-Atlantic region, especially Washington, DC and Baltimore.

Winter arrives in Lackawanna - 11/19/14

Lackawanna, NY - In the course of a day, over 5' of snow fell in the regions surrounding Buffalo, NY.  Please remember all those who are buried in their homes, stranded, or in need of shelter as they brace for another 20-30" of snow in the near future. St Stephen's in Lackawanna is pictured, buried in this terrible, early, winter storm.

Молебан Светом Кнезу Лазару
Молебан Светом Кнезу Лазару

On this day, the Church commemorates:


  Powered by Orthodox Web Solutions

Home | Back | Print | Side