Macedonians in Sweden got wonderful church temple

With setting the last crystal chandeliers, as well as urban arrangement around the temple are completed the final preparations before the announced consecration of the church of St. Naum which should be officiated by Archbishop Stephen and European Metropolitan Pimen and Metropolitan Peter.
 

On the occasion of 40th anniversary of the establishment of the Macedonian church community in Malmö and 10 years of setting the foundations of the temple St. Naum of Ohrid, on Saturday the 19th of October will be the dedication of the Macedonian Orthodox Church in Malmö, Sweden.

The sacred act will attend the myriad devotees, high-level delegations from the political, social and religious life in Sweden, Macedonia and other regions inhabited by Macedonians. The Divine Liturgy will be officiated by His Beatitude Archbishop of Ohrid and Macedonia HH Stephen with the assistance of European Metropolitan, Mr. Pimen and Metropolitan of Prespa-Pelagonija region and administrator of Australia and New Zealand, Mr. Petar.
 
 
In recent years, the church was made frescoes in the altar, iconostasis set, while the Macedonian brand “Light, design, quality” finished the lighting in the temple with several crystal chandeliers, one donated by the company.
 
 
Parish priest Reverend proto- stavrofov Blazo Kozharski said the final preparations are done with fast pace for everything to be ready for the big event for the Macedonians in Sweden. He also invited all believers who are able to attend the holy act.
 
 
After the Divine Liturgy at 13:00 is provided lunch in the church hall, and at 18:00 there will be a celebration of the famous interpreter of folk songs, Jordan Mitev in the  Folkets Park- Trelleborg.