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Uniting Serbian Orthodox Youth Since 2020
We believe that the key to the strength and longevity of our community is to promote the involvement and the presence of Youth within the community.
SerbClub aims to integrate youth into serving and participating alongside other organizations within our Church community.
We believe that today’s children are the leaders of tomorrow. We hope that our activities as a group pay forward to our Church communities by increasing youth engagement, attendance of Youth in Church, participation in events, and participation on our boards, committees and organizations.
A group for Youth, by the Youth
The community brinds th youth the life-giving presence of Jesus in Word and Sacrament.
SerbClub aims to promote and actively demonstrate the three Orthodox values and virtues, Faith, Love, and Hope.
In doing so, we aim to teach each other the value of community and the Church, the very Body of Christ.
We aim to preserve and grow our Church and community, cherishing what has been created for us today by our families and founders.
The Church is the community of all those who out of love for God and one another, freely choose to be part of the Body of Christ, united in the same faith, the same confession and the same worship of the One Lord God and Savior Jesus Christ.
Events for the Future
SOYA SerbClub plans events for the greater Serbian Orthodox Church Community
Community Blood Drive Days
Senior Care Package Deliveries
Visit to Seniors in Nursing Homes
Volunteer at Food Pantry and Soup Kitchen
Packages for New Moms
Welcoming newcomers to our community
Faith and Religion
Annual Church Cleaning
Hold childrens religion classes during Liturgy in church basement
Celebrate our Slava
Volunteering and supporting our community functions and organizations
Sports and Recreation
Make teams for NDMT and other Orthodox tournaments
Basketball, volleyball, bocci ball, and soccer scrimmages
Tailgate and watch sports
Windsor Serb Fest
Travel as a group to other Serbian and folklore festivals
Holy Martyrs Faith, Hope, Love, and their Mother Sofija
Sv. Muc. Vera, Nada, i Ljubav,
i im Majka Sofija
Celebrated September 30th (Sept. 17th per Julian calendar)
Saint Sofia was a strong Christian and when her children were born, she named them after the three virtues that are mentioned in the Bible- Faith, Hope, and Love. Saint Sophia and her daughters didn't hide their religion even though they knew that Christians were being regularly persecuted. Emperor Hadrian told them to denounce their religion during this meeting, and all four of them stayed true to their beliefs.