Solotuša church [view bellow]

CHURCH OF THE VIRGIN Zivonosni Istocnik Solotuši village near Bajina Basta

With the blessing of His Grace Bishop Zica G. Chrysostom began with construction beginning September 2006. year. After the prepared land that is donated to local villages, Mr. Dragisa Stamenić was selected and verified for the construction of the temple committee. Was elected president Radovan Stamenić Raso, resident who lives and works in Bašta. We have prepared a project that was done Damnjan Zloporubović, a civil engineer from Bajina Basta. His Grace Bishop Žički G. Chrysostomos has approved the project and we started building the foundations of the church and steeple consecrated 29th October 2006. year. In the meantime we have prepared material for the building of the temple which is installed in the 32,000 bricks. The roof is made of pine and covered with shingles inpregniranom.

Your contributions can be paid to the account of the parish of Bjelovar

Number 180-5061210008187-06 indicating to build the church in Solotuši

The competent minister father Todor Tomic - Archpriest - Priest in Bašta. Number telefiona: 064/4106-228

Chairman of the Board for the construction Stamenić Raso, phone: 063/7704-886

Treasurer Ivan Milosavljevic, phone number 064/5770-220

With great effort we went to the temple lining treated with cut stone. Praise God and thank the people of this region, we have managed the project to finish this work. Helping people as much in his features, but it is not enough because now we remain the finest and most expensive interior work on the interior of the church: St.. the altar and the rest of the church, the iconostasis with icons, electrification, lighting, flooring, chandelier, and lots more.

We appeal to all Solotušanima, Bajinobaštanima and other Orthodox Christians wherever they live and those who want to help us make this God-pleasing work completed.

We thank everyone in advance and ask God for good health and salvation of us all.

Photo: Panorama Srbije

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Copyright: Saša Stojanović
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Taken: 20/07/2011
Uploaded: 20/07/2011
Updated: 18/09/2014


Tags: solotusi; solotusa; crkva; chrch; orhodox; pravoslavna; srbija; serbia
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