First and foremost we are a worshiping community of Orthodox Christians. In every service celebrated as a community, we experience an encounter with our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. We are a church with a long and full history – a history that stems back 2,000 years to the Apostle Andrew. It is a history of faithful, not just from bishop to bishop, but from community of faithful to community of faithful starting on the day of Pentecost (The Feast day of our Holy Trinity Church).

    Holy Trinity is home to diverse community members – American-born descendants of our Greek founding families, but also parishioners from many ethnic backgrounds. We welcome you to worship with us. Whether you are an Orthodox Christian or this is your    first visit to an Orthodox church, we are pleased to have you with us.

    "Welcome one another, therefore, just as Christ has welcomed you, for the glory of God." - Romans 15:7


    Parish News

    Holy Trinity to begin livestreaming Liturgical services

    Thursday, March 19, 2020

    Beginning tomorrow (Friday, 3/20) at 6:30 pm, we will begin to livestream all Liturgical services.

    Important Parish Updates (click for more)

    Tuesday, March 17, 2020

    In the evolving Coronavirus pandemic, we trust that our loving, long-suffering, all-merciful Lord is at work in ways we cannot fully appreciate, and in more visible ways through the cooperation of medical professionals, public officials, spiritual leaders, and all those who work sacrificially for the greater good.

    Liturgical services and activities cancelled through the end of March

    Monday, March 16, 2020

    As a precautionary measure, there will be no activity at Holy Trinity for the remainder of the month.

    Philoptochos Membership Drive

    Saturday, February 01, 2020

    Philoptochos (friends of the poor) is the philanthropic arm of the Greek Orthodox Church. Please renew your membership this month or join us as a new member. We look forward to an active year and welcome your ideas and participation.

    Schedule of Services (via Facebook livestream) 

    Friday, April 3: Salutations to the Theotokos (6:30 pm)
    Sunday, April 5: 
    Sunday of St. Mary of Egypt - Orthros (8:45 am), Divine Liturgy (10:00 am)
    Monday, April 6:
    Great Compline (4:00 pm)
    Wednesday, April 8:
    Liturgy of the Pre-Sanctified Gifts (9:30 am)
    Saturday, April 11:
    The Raising of Lazarus: Orthros (9:00 am), Divine Liturgy (10:00 am)




    Upcoming Services & Events 

    Paraklesis to the Theotokos (St. Nicholas)
    Aug 13 6 pm
    Falling Asleep of our All-Holy Mother, the Theotokos: Great Vespers (St. Nicholas)
    Aug 14 6 pm
    Dormition of the Theotokos: Orthros (8:30 am), Divine Liturgy (9:30 am)
    Aug 15 8:30 am
    Orthros (8:15 am), Divine Liturgy (9:30 am)
    Aug 16 8:15 am
    Orthros (8:15 am), Divine Liturgy (9:30 am)
    Aug 23 8:15 am
    The Beheading of St. John the Baptist: Orthros (8:30 am), Divine Liturgy (9:30 am)
    Aug 29 8:30 am
    Orthros (8:15 am), Divine Liturgy (9:30 am)
    Aug 30 8:15 am
    The New Ecclesiastical Year: Orthros (8:30 am), Divine Liturgy (9:30 am)
    Sep 1 8:30 am
    Orthros (8:15 am), Divine Liturgy (9:30 am)
    Sep 6 8:15 am
    The Nativity of the Theotokos: Orthros (8:30 am), Divine Liturgy (9:30 am)
    Sep 8 8:30 am
    Clergy-Laity Congress
    Sep 9
    Orthros (8:15 am), Divine Liturgy (9:30 am)
    Sep 13 8:15 am