Hristos Voskrese! Voistinu Voskrese! -Christ is Risen! Indeed He is Risen!

Schedule for September 2021
Распоред Богослужења за Септембар 2021
Српски распоред је доле

Saturday, Sept 11th, Beheading of St. John the Baptist 
9 А.М. Divine Liturgy

Saturday Evening, September 11th
5 PM Vesper

Sunday, September 12th, 12th Sunday after Pentecost
10 А.М. Divine Liturgy

Monday, September 13th, New Martyrs of Jasenovaц
9 А.М.  Divine Liturgy

Tuesday, September 14th, Church New Year. Prayer Service for beginning of New Year
9 А.М. Supplication Service

Saturday Evening, September 18th, Субота увече, 18 Септембар
No Vespers/ Нема Вечерње

Sunday, September 19th, 13th Sunday after Pentecost
10 А.М.  Divine Liturgy
Start of the new Church School Year - Following Divine Liturgy, the Invocation of the Holy Spirit for students and teachers will be served
(Please see Church Superintendent Paul Bajich for registration forms)

Tuesday, September 21st, Birth of the Mother of God
9 А.М. Divine Liturgy

Saturday Evening, September 25th
5 PM Vespers

Sunday, September 26th 14th, Sunday after Pentecost
10 А.М. Divine Liturgy

Sunday Evening, September 26th
5 P.M. Vigil for Exaltation of the Cross

Monday, September 27th, Exaltation of the Cross / Strict Fast
9 A.M. Divine Liturgy


Субота, 11, Септембар, Усекновење 
9 А.М.  Divine Liturgy/Божанствена Литургија

Субота увече , 11 Септембар
Вечерње у 5 часова

Недеља, 12 Септембар, 2 Недеља по Духовима Сабор свих Српских Светитеља
10 А.М. Божанствена Литургија

Понедељак, 13, Септембар. Свети Мученици Јасеновачки
9 А.М.  Божанствена Литургија

Уторак, Септембар 14, Црквена Нова Година. Молебан за нову годину
9 А.М.  Молебан

Субота увече , 18 Септембар
Нема Вечерње

Недеља, 19 Септембар, 13 Недеља по Духовима
10 А.М Божанствена Литургија

Уторак, 21, Септембар, Рођење Пресвете Богородице
9 А.М.  Божанствена Литургија

Субота увече , 25 Септембар
5 PM Вечерње

Недеља, 26 Септембар, 14 Недеља по Духовима
10 А.М.  Божанствена Литургија

Недеља увече , 26 Септембар
5 P.M. Бдење за Крстовдан

Fast Понедељак, 27 Септембар, Крстовадан. Строги Пост
9 A.M. Божанствена Литургија

Ancient Christianity in the KC area, via Serbia
The current church building was constructed in 2006 and is located near College Boulevard and Pflumm Road in Lenexa.
The current church building was constructed in 2006 and is located near College Boulevard and Pflumm Road in Lenexa.
The current church building was constructed in 2006 and is located near College Boulevard and Pflumm Road in Lenexa.

Apostolic Christianity in Serbia (located in Southeast Europe) dates back to the seventh century. Christianity eventually became the state religion, and the Serbian Orthodox Church received ecclesiastical independence in 1219 with the consecration of St. Sava as the nation's archbishop. Orthodox Christianity became the country's primary religion and remains so to this day.

During a wave of immigration to the United States in the late 19th and early 20th centuries , a Serbian community was established in Kansas City, Kansas. The community constructed a meeting hall, which held occasional services until St. George Church was chartered on April 18, 1906 in a home that was remodeled into a small church building. A more permanent church building and meeting hall was constructed in Kansas City, Kansas at the corner of Bethany and Lowell in 1925. This remained the location of the parish until 2006, when the new St. George church building (pictured above) was consecrated in Lenexa, Kansas. St. George Church continues the tradition of Orthodox Christianity that can be traced from that original Serbian community in Kansas City, to Europe, to the Apostles.

Visitors are welcome at our church services and special events. Contact Father Radomir if you have questions.

Click the links below to learn more about our priest, our history, our diocese, and our patriarchate:

St. George Church Iconostasis

One of the first things that strikes a non-Orthodox visitor to an Orthodox church is the prominent place assigned to the Holy Icons. The Iconostasis (Icon-screen) dividing the Altar from the rest of the church is covered with them, while others are placed in prominent places throughout the church building. Sometimes even the walls and ceiling are covered with them in fresco or mosaic form. The Orthodox faithful prostrate themselves before them, kiss them, and burn candles before them. They are censed by the Priest and carried in processions. 

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St. George Serbian Orthodox Church | Lenexa, Kansas