Church address:
528 North 4th Street
Steubenville,Ohio 43952

: Rade Merick

Contact us:


The Serbian Orthodox
Diocese of Eastern America

The Serbian Orthodox Church
             Official Page 
Serbian Orthodox Church
      in North America
Divine Liturgy:
    Every Sunday 10:00am

Holy Resurrection Church School

Classes meet from 9:30 to 10:00 AM Sunday mornings from September to June. Special events include an annual pool party, an opening day picnic, an annual overnight party, annual St. Savab day program as well as other programs, Church School confession and communion programs during the Great Fast and Advent, and recognition of graduates, students and teachers at the end of year awards program. Vacation Church School and a camp out at the Picnic Grounds are summer activities.

There is also a program of adult education, with classes held in conjunction with a
weekday vesper service once or twice a month.

Circles of Serbian Sisters womenís organizations
The KSS Sveta Petka of Steubenville-Mingo Junction holds a luncheon meeting at 11:30
AM the first Thursday of the month in various locations. The current president is Millicent

The KSS Vidovdan of Weirton holds a luncheon meeting at noon the second Thursday of
the month at the Serbian-American Cultural Center.
Both womenís service organizations help by working at various congregation events and
in charitable and service projects.

Holy Resurrection Menís Club
The Menís Club meets the second Thursday of the month at 7:00 pm, with warm weather
meetings at the Picnic Grounds and other meetings at the Serbian-American Cultural
Center. The Menís Club has as it major project the upkeep, development and operation
of the Churchís picnic grounds in Weirton, WV. Ted Zatezalo is currently president.

Holy Resurrection Tamburitzans
The Holy Resurrection Tammies is made up of parish children from pre-school through
High School who work throughout the school year to learn the music and dance of the
Serbian people. A concert and dinner-dance is presented each year in May to show the
past yearís accomplishments, and the Tammies also make guest appearances in other
venues. Denise Stewart is instrumental director and choreographer however there are
many others that help out. Margaret Zapor is the current president.

4-Cíers Parents Group
The Churchís 4-Cíers is the Church Schoolís parent-teacher organization. The group
raises money in various ways to assist with sending parish children to the diocesan St.
Sava Camp Shadeland in the summer, providing for parties and other childrenís activities
through the year, and helping out where needed. Milena Karas heads this group.

Serbian-American Benevolent Society
The Benevolent Society is the second newest of Holy Resurrection Churchís affiliated
organizations. The Society seeks to give aid to charitable causes through fund raising
and other efforts. Jennifer Kosanovich is president.

Holy Resurrection Teen Group
The Holy Resurrection Teen Group was organized in 2001 to bring the teenaged
members of the Church together for fellowship and service to the Church and community.
The teens have worked at various parish events and have done renovation work on
homes, helped with landscaping and clean-up around the Church, and helped with the
annual Christmas decorating. They have also taken several social trips. Mary Bahney
serves as advisor, and Michael Merick is the current president.