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Solotuša church [view above]
Serbia

CRKVA ŽIVONOSNI ISTOČNIK PRESVETE BOGORODICE u selu Solotuši kod Bajine Bašte


Po blagoslovu Njegovog Preosveštenstva Episkopa Žičkog G. Hrizostoma započeta je sa izgradnjom početkom septembra 2006. godine. Nakon pripremljenog placa koji je poklonio meštanin sela gospodin Dragiša Stamenić izabran je i verifikovan odbor za izgradnju hrama. Za predsednika je izabran Radovan Rašo Stamenić, meštanin koji živi i radi u Bajinoj Bašti. Pripremili smo projekat koji je uradio Damnjan Zloporubović, građevinski inženjer iz Bajine Bašte. Njegovo Preosveštenstvo Episkop Žički G. Hrizostom je odobrio projekat i krenuli smo sa gradnjom a temelje crkve i zvonik osveštao 29. oktobra 2006. godine. U međuvremenu smo spremili materijal za zidanje hrama u koji je uzidano 32000 komada cigle. Krov crkve je urađen od borovine i pokriven sa inpregniranom šindrom.


Vaše priloge možete uplatiti na žiro-račun Crkvene Opštine Bajina Bašta

Broj 180-5061210008187-06 sa naznakom Za gradnju crkve u Solotuši

Nadležni sveštenik otac Todor Tomić – Protojerej – Sveštenik u Bajinoj Bašti. Broj telefiona: 064/4106-228

Predsednik odbora za izgradnju Rašo Stamenić, Broj telefona: 063/7704-886

Blagajnik Ivan Milosavljević, broj telefona 064/5770-220

Uz velike napore prešli smo na oblaganje hrama sa sečenim obrađenim kamenom. Slava Bogu i hvala narodu ovoga kraja, uspeli smo po projektu da ove radove završimo. Narod pomaže koliko je u njegovoj mogućnosti, ali to nije dovoljno jer sada nam ostaju najfiniji i najskuplji unutrašnji radovi na enterijeru crkve: sv. oltara i ostalog dela hrama, ikonostas sa ikonama, elektrifikacija, osvetljenje, podovi, polijeleji i još puno toga.

Obraćamo se svim Solotušanima, Bajinobaštanima i ostalim pravoslavnim Hrišćanima ma gde da žive i svima koji žele da nam pomognu da bi se ovo bogougodno delo završilo.

Unapred se zahvaljujemo svima i molimo se Bogu za dobro zdravlje i spasenje svih nas.

Text: http://www.bbasta.org.rs/solotusa-crkva/index.html

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