Serbian Orthodox Diocese of Great Britain and Scandinavia

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Latest revision as of 18:05, January 1, 2012

Serbian Orthodox Diocese of Great Britain and Scandinavia
Jurisdiction Serbia
Diocese type Diocese
Founded unknown
Current bishop Dositej
See(s) Stockholm
Headquarters Stockholm, Sweden
Territory United Kingdom, Scandinavia (Sweden, Iceland)
Liturgical language(s) Church Slavonic
Musical tradition Serbian Chant
Calendar Julian
Population estimate unknown
Official website unknown

The Serbian Orthodox Diocese of Great Britain and Scandinavia is a diocese of the Church of Serbia with jurisdiction over Great Britain and Scandinavia, including Iceland. The episcopal see is located in Stockholm, Sweden. The current primate is His Grace Dositej (Motika), Bishop of Great Britain and Scandinavia.

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History

Organization

Parishes in the United Kingdom

The diocese has seven parishes in the United Kingdom:

  • Birmingham (Bournville) - Church of the Holy Prince Lazar. The principal church in the United Kingdom, popularly known as Lazarica.[1]. Lazarica is located in Bournville, a model village on the south-west side of Birmingham, England, near the headquarters of Cadbury's Schweppes. The church serves the Serbian community in the Midlands that first arrived in England after Yugoslavia fell under the rule of the communists led by Tito. Thus, the community has always remained very pro-monarchist and routinely offers special prayers whenever there is a death in the Royal Family. The church was built through the generosity of the Cadbury philanthropic fund. The foundation was laid on September 12, 1965 and construction completed in 1968. The senior priest at Lazarica is Milenko Zebic, the "patriarchal-vicar".
  • Bedford - Church of St. Andrew the First Called.
  • Bradford - Church of the Holy Trinity.
  • Cardiff - Church of St. Nicholas.
  • Derby - Church of the Holy Apostles.
  • London - Church of St. Sava.
  • Oxford - Church of the Holy Ascension.

Parishes in Scandinavia

There are ten parishes in Sweden:

  • Eskilstuna - Church of St. Anne of Novgorod.
  • Goteborg - Church St. Stephen of Decani.
  • Helsingborg - Church of St. Basil the Great.
  • Jonkoping - Church of the Birth of the Holy Virgin.
  • Kristianstad - Church of St. Demetrius.
  • Lund - Church of St. Mary Magdalene.
  • Malmo - Church of Ss. Cyril and Methodius.
  • Sodertalje - Church of St. George.
  • Stockholm - Church of St. Sava.
  • Vallavagen - Church of St. Nicholas.

There is one parish in Denmark:

  • Nema Adrese - Church of St. Nicholas.

There is one parish in Norway:

  • Oslo - Church of St. Basil of Ostorg.

There is one missionary parish in Finland:

Parishes in Iceland

There is one missionary parish in Iceland:

  • Reykjavik - Church of the Birth of the Holy Virgin - founded in 2002.

The Episcopacy

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