Address: 3025 Denver Street, San Diego, CA, 92117; Tel. 619-276-5827
Dear Parishioners and Friends of St. George Parish,
The Annual Dr. Alexander L. Srbich Scholarship is available to college bound high school seniors of Serbian descent (heritage) that reside in San Diego County. Applications are due Thursday, May 7 and the winner will be notified no later than Monday, May 25. The scholarship provides a $1,000 award to the winning college-bound senior. The scholarship was set up through an endowment of the Srbich family in memoriam of Dr. Alexander L. Srbich who was a Distinguished Professor of Management at San Diego State University. Dr. Srbich was committed to mentoring students who wanted to attend college, particularly those of Serbian descent. This scholarship carries on that legacy. For additional questions, please contact Fr. Bratso Krsich (firstname.lastname@example.org) or administrator of Dr. Srbich Scholarship, Miro Copic (email@example.com).
Click here to download application: Dr. Srbich Scholarship Application 2015
We are delighted to announce St. George 2015 Scholarship of $1,000.00 for graduating high school students whose families are stewards of St. George Parish. This is an annual scholarship. The scholarship recognizes academic performance and a student’s active participation in church life at St. George.
Interested students are encouraged to review application below and follow the guidelines in submitting for consideration. For further questions, please contact our church office at 619-276-5827.
Click here to download application: St.George Scholarship Application 2015
Schedule for the Sacrament of Holy Confession
6:00 p.m. Every Saturday during Great Lent, following Vespers
9:30 a.m. – 10:30 a.m. Every Sunday during Matins
Weekdays by appointment with Parish Clergy (Call 619-276-5827)
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