Jesus replied, "Everyone who drinks of this water will be thirsty again; But whoever drinks of the water that I will give him will never be thirsty again. Not only this, that water I will give him will become in him a well of water springing up to eternal life."
(John 4, 13-14)
"Sezatoarea" is an evening of fellowship, singing Romanian songs, doing traditional crafting, and reciting poems.
Romanien Festival in Boulder, Colorado
Sunday, 12th of August , at 1:00 PM, our church and the Romanian-American Freedom Alliance (RAFA) invite you to a to a new Romanian Cultural Moment.
The visit of His Eminence Archbishop Nathaniel
Romanian cultural moment
Prof. Sebastian Doreanu will have a Romanian prezentation about the great poet Mihai Eminscu.
The Saint Dimitrie the New parish is hosting the New Year's Eve Celebration 2012.
We're inviting you to join us in crossing the bridge between years with joy, surrounded by friends and music and with great traditional meal.
Mrs. Prof. Dr. Anca Sîrghie, From the University “Alma Mater” of Sibiu, will have a Romanian prezentation about the canonization of Mtropolit Andrei Saguna.
Divine Liturgy at Holy Virgin Monastery in Lake George.
His Grace Bishop Irineu Duvlea will serve at our church the Divine Liturgy assisted by the Hierodeacon Sebastian Dumitrascu.
The Rocky Mountain Orthodox Clergy Brotherhood Invites You to a Pan-Orthodox Lenten Retreat Saturday, March 12, 2011
Nativity of Christ, Santa Claus and Festive Lunch
Grand Opening at our new location.
Sunday, October 26, we will celebrate the Feast Day of our patron saint, Dimitrie the New (Basarabov)
The Divine Liturgy will start at 10:00AM and it will be followed by a festive meal with music and dance.
We are looking forward to seeing you!
We have now at our church a cross that contains a fragment from the very Holy Cross of Christ.
Saint Dimitrie The New, the Romanian Orthodox Church of Frederick Colorado, has the honor to announce the presence of Saint Dimitrie’s vestments in our church. The holly vestments were brought from the Patriarchal Cathedral of Bucharest Romania, and were offered to us by the highest clerics of the Romanian Orthodox Church in the spirit of unity and to affirm Jesus’ love for our community.