Welcome

Members and visitors, welcome to our parish web site, a small expression of the otherworldly joy that comes from encountering God. “Christ himself is joy. He is a joy that transforms you into a different person. This is what our religion is” (St. Porphyrios). Orthodoxy holds, in all humility, that the fullness of joy as God intends is found in our ancient tradition, which maintains an unbroken chain to Christ and His apostles, and which traces its birth to the very beginning of time.

Above all, joy is grounded in worship of God, union with Him – the essence of what means to be human. Our worshiping community is English-oriented and highly diverse, consisting of Greek-Americans, converts, and several traditionally Orthodox ethnicities (including Romanian, Serbian, Eritrean, and Russian).

“Welcome one another, just as Christ has welcomed you, for the glory of God” (Rom. 15:7). While this web site shares content about our parish and Orthodoxy as a way of life, our prayerful hope is that you will join us in person.

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Learn about Orthodoxy
Learn about Orthodoxy

An introduction to Orthodox spirituality

Join us for Worship
Join us for Worship

We invite you to worship with us

Parish News
Parish News

Our latest activities, announcements and upcoming events

Ministries and Organizations
Ministries and Organizations

Learn about ways to get involved in parish life

 

Online Chapel

Visit the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America's Online Chapel for today's scripture readings and lives of the saints.

Upcoming Services & Events 

Friday, December 3
4:30 pmVirtual Greek School
Sunday, December 5
8:15 amOrthros / Matins
9:30 amDivine Liturgy
11:30 amParish Assembly
Monday, December 6
8:30 amOrthros / Matins
9:30 amSt. Nicholas the Wonderworker: Divine Liturgy

 

 

 

 

A Taste of Greece

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Holy Trinity Philoptochos - our women's charitable  organization - is excited to bring back A Taste of Greece to our Grand Rapids community! The event will be on Thursday, November 4, and this year it will be takeout only. The meal includes: Pastitsio, Spanakopita (spinach pie), Greek salad and Baklava. An assortment of Greek cookies and other baked goods are also available for sale.

Quantities are limited so place your order early!

Click Here to order, or call the church office at (616) 454-6563.