Welcome to St. Sava Serbian Orthodox Cathedral
Founded in 1912, St. Sava Serbian Orthodox Cathedral is the spiritual home to a large congregation in the Milwaukee area and dedicated to the patron saint of the Serbian people, Saint Sava.
Our parochial school, St. Sava Orthodox School, was established in 1996 and provides children with an Orthodox Christian-based education for students ages preschool through eighth grade. To learn more, we invite you to visit our school’s website.
The mission of St. Sava Serbian Orthodox Cathedral is to preserve, practice and proclaim the Holy Orthodox Faith with adherence to the teachings of Jesus Christ our Lord, the Apostles and the Holy Scripture; to serve our parishioners and our community; to grow our parish and welcome all who seek to partake in the spiritual and cultural offerings of the Orthodox faith. We will manage our parish in a manner that will ensure its financial strength and stability for all future generations.
Keep watch over yourselves and all the flock of which the Holy Spirit has made you overseers. Be shepherds of the Church of God, which he bought with his own blood. – Acts 20:28
Serbian Days is August 26-28. Make plans to enjoy great Serbian food and music, and cultural displays and tours of our beautiful Cathedral!
Golf in the Loyal Order annual golf outing! The event is July 17 at South Hills Country Club, with a 9:30 AM shotgun start. A $95 entree fee includes greens fees and cart, beer, soda, sandwiches and dinner. There will also be raffle and door prizes. Registration forms are in the church office of Cultural Center office, or you can see a committee member (Tom Miller, Mark Vitas, David Ryan, Todd Sarenac, Peter Miskov).