On Saturday the 22 of January 2011, the Serbian Orthodox Church in Brussels celebrated her founder, Saint Savva. Saint Savva was the first Archbishop of the Serbian Church after its foundation in 1219 by the Patriarch of Constantinople Emmanuel.
He translated several books, mostly of Saint Fotios which included the canons and the decisions of the seven Ecumenical Councils. In 1233 he resigned from the throne of the Serbian Church and passed away the 14th of January 1236 which is also his commemorate day.
The Archbishop of Central Europe Louka, representative of the Serbian Church in Western Europe, invited and concellebrated with H.E. Metropolitan of Achaia Athanasios, H.G. Bishop Synopis of Athinagoras and the representative of the Church of Cyprus H.G. Bishop Porfyrios of Neapolis, in the Church of Saint Savva (Serbian parish) in Molenbeek of Brussels.
The church was offered the last September to the Orthodox Serbians for their liturgical needs. After the Holy Liturgy, everyone had the chance to watch a small event prepared by the children of the parish.