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Biserica Nasterea Maicii Domnului
Bucharest

Duminică, 17 mai 2009, Preafericitul Părinte Daniel, Patriarhul Bisericii Ortodoxe Române, înconjurat de un sobor de preoţi şi diaconi, va oficia slujba de sfinţire a bisericii cu hramurile Naşterea Maicii Domnului, Sfinţii Împăraţi Constantin şi Elena şi Sf. Mucenic Emilian de la Durostorum, situată în cartierul Drumul Taberei, str. Târgu Neamţ, nr. 12 C ( în apropierea Parcului Drumul Taberei).

Piatra de temelie a acestui nou lăcaş de cult a fost pusă în ziua de 8 septembrie 1997, la praznicul Naşterii Maicii Domnului, de către vrednicul de pomenire Patriarh Teoctist, în prezenţa unui număr mare de clerici şi credincioşi.
Biserica a fost construită şi finisată între anii 1997 – 2003, iar între anii 2006 – 2009 a fost împodobită cu pictură de către pictorii Sorin Nicolae şi Adrian Botea. Împodobirea bisericii cu cele necesare oficierii sfintelor slujbe s-a făcut prin donaţii din partea a numeroşi credincioşi, prin strădania preoţilor Constantin şi Emilian Ţincu.
Noua biserică adăposteşte şi o raclă cu părticele din moaştele Sf. Mucenic Emilian (sărbătorit la 18 iulie), unul dintre ocrotitorii sfântului lăcaş, primite în dar în anul 2008 de la Mitropolitul Ilarion al Silistrei (Bulgaria).
În cadrul parohiei Naşterea Maicii Domnului – Drumul Taberei funcţionează şi un Aşezământ social care dispune de sală de studiu pentru elevi, cabinet de medicină generală, cabinet stomatologic, cabinet de consultanţă juridică, cabinet de consultanţă psihologică, punct farmaceutic cu medicamente pe bază de plante, precum şi de o sală de mese.
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