Holy Resurrection Serbian Orthodox Church

Church Open to Parishioners

Please wear masks per new Ohio Statewide Mask Order:

https://governor.ohio.gov/wps/portal/gov/governor/media/news-and-media/covid19-update-07222020

We ask potential guests to attend their home parishes at this time per our bishop's mandate.

Due to the recent spike in Covid -19 cases in Jefferson County, the Annual Meeting previously scheduled for December 6, 2020 has been temporarily postponed until further notice.

Per our bishop's mandate, we are limiting the number of people in the church to 25 parishioners. The bishop requests that we all attend only our home parishes to limit exposure. We also ask that parishioners leave every other pew vacant, and keep 6 feet between persons of other households. A mask is required at all times while inside the Church Facility per Ohio Covid-19 Guidelines.

See News Tab for Bishop's Communique under 'Bishop's Epistles' dated 20/5/15

If you have any questions or would like confession please call vRev Rajko Kosic. Confessions are by appointment only unless otherwise posted on our Google Calendar.

412-498-8858

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His Grace Bishop Irinej of the Eastern American Diocese of the Serbian Orthodox Church

Service Schedule

Sundays: Divine Liturgy 10AM

Feast Days: Please check Calendar tab

Confessions: By appointment only

See Calendar page for detailed schedule of services and events.

Contact Us

Office Phone: 740-282-4463

Office Email: hrsoc@comcast.net

Office Hours: Tuesday-Thursday 7-10AM

Location: 528 N 4th Street, Steubenville OH, 43952

Eastern American Diocese of the Serbian Orthodox Church

The Serbian Orthodox Church became self-governing in the 13th century, founded by St. Sava, a great Serbian archbishop. Eventually as the Serbs began moving to America, the Serbian Orthodox Church in North, Central, and South America was founded. Holy Resurrection, being Serbian in origin, is in the Eastern American Diocese of this offshoot of the Serbian Church, led by His Grace Bishop Irinej (pictured above). Our diocese is headquartered in New Rochelle, New York, where our bishop resides.

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