btw: I don't know if it makes a diffrence but I'm in the diocese of New Gracanica
My parish is a New Gracanica church, but there are even overlapping Serbian jurisdictions in our country.
Also known as the Diocese of Midwestern America.
This is where you would be wrong. This is a different diocese. The history is complicated, but I think it is related to a schism over communism, which has since been healed, but the separate diocese remain in overlapping territories. What a mess! Not quite as neat and clean as the Latin church's organization. But what we lack in organization, we make up for in our Orthodoxy!
Everything at our church is in English, so that's a plus. Occasionally there are some parts in Slavonic, but usually only if another Serbian parish is visiting ours. Our parish is mostly a convert parish; actually I know of no ethnic Serbs in our parish.
The only ethically Orthodox are a couple of Russians, maybe one Greek and a big group of Ethiopians. They have all been chrismated over from the Oriental church, but I doubt if any of them even really know the difference.