On Saturday 11th November, Bishop Nikolaj hall will be the venue for an evening of classical music with musicians from Serbia including a highly accomplished 10-year-old, Anđelija Božović. St Sava’s parish will host three special guests from Serbia, violinists Venia Žarković and Anđelija Božović, and pianist Draško Božović. The evening of music starts at 8pm at 89 Lancaster Road.
The concerts of the Monastic Choir of St Elisabeth Convent from Minks, Belarus, reveal the traditions of Russian church singing based on the unity of life, prayer, and service. The programme of each concert consists of two parts. The first part includes worship hymns sung using ancient chants, marked by their refined and exalted nature. The second part consists of well-known and popular church songs and canticles, the beauty and wisdom of which lies in their simplicity and uniqueness.
Total duration of a concert is 45 minutes.
Please see the concert schedule.
Friday 22th September, 7 pm
Russian Centre for Science and Culture in London
37 Kensington High St
Kensington, London W8 5ED
Saturday 23rd September, 5 pm
St. Mary Abchurch
Abchurch Lane, London EC4N 7BA
Sunday 24th September, 12 pm
Serbian Orthodox Church of St Sava
89 Lancaster Road, London W11 1QQ
Sunday 24th September, 7pm
St John the Evangelist Polish Church
St John’s Avenue, Putney
London SW15 6AR
All proceeds go to charity
Please note that there will be no Liturgy in St Sava Church on Saturday 26th, Sunday 27th and Monday 28th August due to Notting Hill Carnival.
We are all invited by Fr Peter Baulk to the Russian Church in Chiswick, 57 Harvard Rd, for the celebration of Patronal festival of The Dormition of the Most Holy Theotokos.
The Liturgy will be served by His Grace, Bishop Irinei of Sacramento, Vicar of the Western American Diocese. They kindly invited us to stay for lunch after the Liturgy. We recommend, as is our custom, to bring some symbolic present for our host.
The Church Congregational Council and Clergy
It is our great pleasure to inform you of the selection of Mr Filip Jovanovic for the management position at the Serbian Community Club.
Born in 1987 in Smederevo and a teacher of English language, Filip graduated from Belgrade University with BA and masters degrees and a graduate qualification in "Hotel and Tourism". Having moved to London last year, Filip has been a Church-goer ever since. It is our belief that he will bring great enthusiasm to the running of the restaurant and the organizing of our cultural events. Going forward, he has also shown willingness and readiness to work for the benefit of our community, stressing the importance of taking care of our youth, their parents, and also the older members of our parish.
We would like to invite you to register with the St Sava School of Folk Dance on Sunday 10th September 2017, from 12 to 3pm in the Bishop Nikolaj Hall, St Sava Church, London. We look forward to seeing you.
The Serbian Orthodox Church of St. Sava in London on behalf of the Orozovic Fund is currently considering applications for a suitable candidate to receive this year's fund of £2,154.10 intended for a parish child in need
The child in need has to be a member of the Parish of the Serbian Orthodox Church of St Sava in London.
Please send your applications to the church office or email to email@example.com no later than 25th August 2017.
Upon considering all applications, the parish priest will make his recommendations in written form, upon which the funds will be suitably distributed in accordance with the intentions set out in the last will and testament of the benefactor, Mr Ljubomir Orozovic.
Church Congregational Council and the Trustees