Serbian Orthodox Church ,,Saint Sava”

 Edmonton



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For all your occasions: weddings, baptisms, etc.. use our facilities.

 

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For information about renting a hall, please contact Petar Jankovic:


(780) 456-1278
(780) 920-4262

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


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Management of the CSO "Saint Sava" calls on all people of good will to join and help your church with ideas, work and / or cash contributions. All initiatives related to culture, education, sport, entertainment and various activities will be welcome.

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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.


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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.



 


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