|His Holiness, the Metropolitan of Peć and Archbishop of Serbs|
|Church||Serbian Orthodox Church|
|See||Metropolitanate of Peć|
|Denomination||Eastern Orthodox Christian|
|Feast day||August 16|
|Canonized||by Serbian Orthodox Church|
Jevstatije II (Serbian Cyrillic: Јевстатије II; fl. 1292–d. 1309) was the Archbishop of Serbs from 1292 to 1309. In the times of his two predecessors, Serbia expanded significantly in territory. In 1282, Skoplje (future capital), Polog, Ovče Polje, Zletovo, Pijenac, Kičevo and Debar were conquered. In the north Braničevo and Vidin were taken by 1290. New eparchies were established: Gračanička, Končanska, Limska, Mačvanska, Braničevska, Beogradska and Skopska. The Serbian Orthodox Church venerates him as Saint Jevstatije II on August 16 (August 29, Gregorian calendar).
| Archbishop of Serbs