Welcome to Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church
We are glad you are here with us, and we give thanks to God for the opportunity to worship, give thanksgiving to God, and pray together with you. We hope you will come and join us again soon.
We are very blessed here at Holy Trinity, and we want to share those blessings with others for the glory of God and the salvation of His People. We are a very large, vibrant, and diverse community that first and foremost worships and prays; but also, puts our faith in practice through ministries for our very youngest to the most mature among us.
After the Eucharistic Fellowship in Church, we have the fellowship after the Fellowship of hospitality and community in imitation of the Icon of our Church which is most instructive and inspiring--that is, The Hospitality of Abraham.
Come and join us for our Liturgical Services, meet our people in our Matheos Hall, stop by our Church Office, and attend one of our ministries, schools, programs, and events. In other words, come and see. If you are interested in the choir, an outreach ministry, a bible study class, one of our schools, or one of our youth programs, do not hesitate to ask and get involved.
Your prayers and presence are paramount and immeasurable, as we allow the Holy Spirit to work miracles through us in Christ's Church and His Sacraments for healing and reconciliation--and ultimately, for our eternal salvation together as One in His Name.
We have a beautiful Church to be sure, filled with shining mosaics and wondrous iconography, but what makes our Church priceless and unique is its people, the living icons not made by human hands. In the end, the people are the living stones of the Church, and Christ is its Foundation.
As the Icon of the Hospitality of Abraham to the visiting Angels beckons, we also invite you to join in our circle of fellowship that is a foretaste of the Heavenly Banquet and the promise of the age to come.
Yours in His Service,
†Father Jim and Father William
Please join us for Divine Liturgy!
1st Friday after Pentecost
St. Paul's Letter to the Romans 2:14-28
Saints and Feasts Commemorated
Cyril, Patriarch of Alexandria; 3 Virgin-martyrs of Chios; 5 Nuns beheaded in Persia: Thecla, Mariamne, Martha, Mary, & Enmatha; Righteous Father Columba of Iona; Righteous Father Cyril of Belozersk
Visit the Online Chapel for more daily readings, hymns, a monthly calendar of saints and feasts, and more.
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