Father Goran Spaic:
Father Goran Spaic was born in Trebinje in 1968, to father Vojislav and mother Dushanka, nee Milojevic. He completed his primary and secondary education in his native city and Theology at the University of Belgrade.
He was ordained deacon on the feast day of Sunday of Orthodoxy in the cathedral church in Trebinje in 1994. In the same year, on the 16th October, he was ordained priest on the day of St. Dionysius the Aeropagite, Hieromartyr by Bishop Atanasije of the diocese of Zahumlje, Herzegovina and the Coastal lands. He served the parish of Zubacka, near Trebinje until 1997 when he was appointed priest and dean of the Church of St. Annunciation in Dubrovnik.
Father Goran was appointed proto-presbyter by Bishop Atanasije and awarded the right to wear a pectoral cross on the Easter Day in 1998.
Throughout his ministry, he served as a member of the church administration of the diocese as well as vice-president of the ecclesiastical court. In 2005 he was made an Episcopal assistant to Bishop Gregorije of Zahumlje and Herzegovina.
He is married to Nada, nee Kovac, from Trebinje, and has three sons.
Father Dragan Lazic:
Father Dragan Lazic was born in Smederevska Palanka, Serbia in 1971. He graduated from the Theological Faculty of the Serbian Orthodox Church in Belgrade. He was ordained to the rank of deacon and subsequently priest in 1998 in Pozarevac, Serbia. In 2008, he came to London where he was appointed to the parish of St Sava in London. He is married to Mirjana and they have four children.