Serbian Orthodox Church ,,Saint Sava”



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(780) 456-1278
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Edmonton food bank help

During the month of December 2016. in the St. Sava church hall will be set up collection boxes of food aid for public kitchens in Edmonton. We are enclosing a list of the most necessary things. All who wish to participate in this action may bring food that is on this list every Sunday in the morning.



Mount Putnik

On Saturday 29th September, 2012, the Ravna Gora Serbian Heritage Society unveiled this plaque to commemorate Vojvoda Putnik on a mountain named after him.

Mount Putnik is a mountain located north of Three Isle Creek and west of the Kananaskis River in Peter Lougheed Provincial Park Alberta, Canada. The mountain is named after the Serbian Field Marshal Radomir Putnik.

Mount Putnik is close to Calgary, Canada. It seems appropriate to have named a mountain after the man who spearheaded one of Serbia’s most traumatic and heroic episodes in history.  When WWI broke, Field Marshal Vojvoda Putnik, then 51 and suffering ill-health, offered his resignation to King Petar I of Serbia.  The king rejected the offer and Putnik lead Serbian victories against the Austro-Hungarian army driving it out by December 1914.


On the significant jubilee, the 150th anniversary of the existence of the Country of Canada, i.e. The signing of the Confederation on Sunday, July 2, 2017, in the extension of the St. Lliturgy in our church will be held Prayer for the God-protected Country of Canada on the Occasion of the 150th Anniversary




On Monday, July 10th, the Nikola Tesla Historical Society of Alberta is organizing a small celebration of the birth (161 years as he was born) of this prominent Serbian scientist and inventor.

If you have time and if you are interested, join us to celebrate the program as described in the attached poster below. If you intend to come, please contact us by phone at 780 437 6305 or via

All the best and see you,

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On Tuesday, October 24, 2017

two Serbian spruce were planted in the courtyard of St. Sava's church in Edmonton.

It has been used in landscape design since 1880. It is a coniferous tree-an evergreen that keeps its needles year-round. 

Serbian Spruce is a species of coniferous tree endemic to the Drina River valley in western Serbia and eastern Serbian Republic, with a total range of only about 60 ha, at 800–1,600 m (2,625–5,249 ft) altitude. It was originally discovered near the village of Zaovine on the Tara Mountain in 1875, and named by the Serbian botanist Josif Pancic.

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St. Sava Serbian Orthodox Church     12904 112 St NW Edmonton,  AB T5E 6J1       Tel. 780-455-2147  


Dear brothers and sisters in Christ,

With great joy we are rushing

to wish You bright and happy holidays,

The Nativity of Jesus Christ,
greeting You in our old Christian way

Christ is born!
Truly, Christ is born!

Also, we wish You Happy New 2018 Year,
may it all be blessed by God and redeemful.

St. Sava Church Board - Edmonton   


Jan 06 6:00 pm -Evening service and Badnjak blessing

Jan 07 8:00 am -Divine Liturgy CHRISTMAS

Jan 08 10:00 am – Divine Liturgy CHRISTMAS second day

Jan 09 10:00 am -Divine Liturgy ( St. Stephan )

Jan 13  11:45 PM – Prayer for beginning of the New Year

Jan 14 10:00 am -Divine Liturgy ( St. Basil Great )

Jan 19 10:00 am -Divine Liturgy (Theophania-great blessing water)

Jan 20 10:00 am -Divine Liturgy ( St. John )

Jan 21 10:00 am -Divine Liturgy

Jan 26 6:00 pm -Evening service
Jan 27 10:00 am - The Holy Hierarchical Liturgy ( St. Sava )

(after service lunch and performance from Sunday Serbian school student)

Jan 27 5:00 pm -Evening service

Jan 28 10:00 am -Divine Liturgy

Patriarchal Nativity Encyclical

Dear Brothers and Sisters,

The foundation of God's New and Eternal Covenant was laid on this very day, the first Christmas in history. Because today, our beloved spiritual children, the preeternal God accomplished a work greater than the creation of the universe and fulfilled the promise given to our first parents, the promise that the prophets had foretold from time immemorial, and which the Most Pure, the Most Blessed and Ever-Virgin Mary accepted in peace. God the Logos became man and dwelt among men. (cf. St. John 1:14) The Son of the Heavenly Father became a contemporary of mankind so that man could become co-eternal with God. The Lord Almighty “emptied himself, taking the form of a servant” (Philippians 2:7) and became one in body with our lowliness, so that he could make us equal to the image of His glory. That is why the Godly-wise Apostle Paul elatedly said: “Oh, the depth of the riches both of the wisdom and knowledge of God! How unsearchable are His judgments and His ways past understanding!” (Romans 11:33)  Read more….


“When they saw the star, they rejoiced with exceeding great joy. And when they were come into the house, they saw the young child with Mary his mother, nd fell down, and worshipped him: and when they had opened their treasures, they presented unto him gifts; gold, frankinsence, and myrrh.» (Mt.. 2, 10-11

 Dear brothers and sisters,

This is how St. Matthew describes the arrival of the wise men from the East to their destination, Bethlehem in Judea. Only God knows how many days and nights they must have travelled.  They evidently did not lose hope that they will find the King of Judea and bow before Him. And above that they brought rich gifts to the One who has everything from Himself, the One who is the fullness of all things, and who does not need anything of this world. They are the first who announced  the birth of the King to those who did not know God. From that hour, that small manger became the holiest place on Earth. Holier than Sinai, and even Jerusalem. And its glory will grow with the glory of the God-child and His Mother, until the end of this world and time. For look, she hold the One who hold the world, and offers Him to unto us, so small and weak.   Read more...

2018 Serban New Years Eve Celebrations

Come celebrate Serbian New Year with us

on January 13, 2018 at 7:00 PM,

Church Hall Tickets $45.

For reservations call

Zeljko Sulaver: 780 - 231 - 1752

Happy New Year!