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The assembly report and the oath of the board

A month or so ago, on 14th of March, we held the Annual Church Community Assembly. Out of 90 members with paid membership fees, 57 were present and 25 written proxy forms have been submitted, giving us the quorum of 82 members eligible to vote.

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Call for help

In the spirt of the Lent, we are appealing for donations to our brother, Dusan Ostojic, who needs funding for the stem cell therapy as a last resort to address his advancing hereditary neurological disorder.

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Peter Khalil MP visit

On Thursday 8 April, our priests Fr Milorad and Fr Petar, together with Nebojsa Stefanovic, member of the Church Community Board, have met with Mr Peter Khalil, Federal Labor MP for Wills.

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Photo essay from the Theology dinner

Last night on Sunday of the Veneration of the Cross, as part of the Lenten programme of services and lectures, Fr Aleksandar Savic, parish priest from the Keysborough Serbian Orthodox Church, has addressed the theological topic of the Church purpose and its role in our life (“There is no salvation outside of the Church”).

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Invitation for Annual Assembly on 14 March

Dear brothers and sisters, We invite you to Annual Assembly to be held on Sunday, 14 March. The invitation with the agenda is attached, along with materials to be discussed and decided upon at the Assembly.

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Serbian school enrolment

The enrolment to our school of Serbian language is ongoing. Please check the new school section of our site for more information on how to enrol your children. Check out Fr Milorad’s interview on SBS radio about our school and our YouTube promotional video.

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Lockdown: services and school attendance

Due to announced return of pandemic restrictions, the church is again closed for the public until further notice. We will recommence the broadcast of the services for the duration of the lockdown.

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St Sava - school slava

Last night, our Serbian language school has celebrated its patron saint - St Sava, the founder of Serbian schools and education. The parents and children first gathered at Vespers service in memory of the first Serbian Archbishop.

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