The Union of the Orthodox Christian Faith and Heritage at One Place
Welcome to the official webpage of the Saint George Serbian Orthodox Church in Lorain, Ohio.
This church family is a historical imprint of the sacrifices made by the generations of Serbian Immigrants loyal to their Orthodox faith and rich heritage.
Everyone is welcome to our Church! Please join us for the Services and Fellowship on our journey of molding into the character of Christ, Our Lord.
Schedule of the Services
Join Us for the Fellowship Following the Liturgy Every Sunday
Let’s see all as our brothers and sisters
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The News from Our Parish:
Eastern American Diocesan Federation of the Circle of Serbian Sisters Patronal Feast- Slava 2022!
The seven holy Maccabee martyrs, Abim, Antonius, Gurias, Eleazar, Eusebonus, Alimus and Marcellus, their mother, Solomonia, and their teacher, Eleazar, suffered for Christ in 166 under Syrian King Antiochus IV. The king loved pagan and Hellenistic customs, and held Jewish customs in contempt. He did everything possible to turn people from the Law of Moses […]
Annual food Festival!
History of Our Church
The beginnings of Serbian immigration to Lorain are traced to the onset of
this century. The first large group arrived in May 1903.
In 1921 they started a new organization called Serbian National Home and School. In 1923 they renamed that organization Church School Community.
The foundations of St. George in Lorain were blessed by Bishop Mardarije
on November 13, 1927. The church was consecrated on July 28, 1929.
During the 1970s a fire broke out in the church, mostly damaging the
iconostasis and icons painted by Andrej Bicenko.
Icons for a new iconostasis were painted by Protodeacon Marko Ilic, an academic painter, and the consecration ceremony was performed by bishop Sava of Sumadija, an administrator of the Diocese of Eastern America and Canada, on July 24, 1977.
3335 Grove Ave, Lorain, Ohio 44055