The Cave church, dedicated to the Holy Archangels, was used as an oratory in the monastery of the homits who lived in the nearby cells on the rocky cliff, as evidenced by the preserved traces.
Life of the Monastery
Publishing activity of PUT originated first in electronic form, because most of the readers today are on the Internet. Like in a huge world library, readers walk through the corridors, look at the raffs and choose what they will read
Icons have been painted by the sisterhood since 1997. They can vary in forms and dimensions and have been sold and exhibited in churches or privately in homes.
Making balms out of the herbs and oils is an old craft in our monastery which the sisters pass on to one another with great love.
Workshop for hand embroidery
The embroidery in the monastery is done strictly by hand, with a needle and a thread. It is a very contemplative, long-lasting and creative work.
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Charitable contributions / Renovation of the monastery
The sisterhood is making a living by embroidering, painting icons and making balms. However, there are difficulties in finishing the reconstruction of the churches and building the monastic dwelings. Our plans have already been realized in some way and that is something you can follow on the page Reconstruction of the Monastery, but we need some help to finish our work.
Serbian Orthodox Monastery Kovilje Diocese of Žiča monastery, Serbia
32250 Ivanjica, Serbia (Visit to the monastery is possible from 8 – 18 hours.)
tel: +381 32 760 020 email: email@example.com