Annunciation/Greek Independence Day

Just a reminder that we will be having our Annunciation/Greek Independence Day Lenten Dinner Sunday, March 30 downstairs in the James Parros Hall after Divine Liturgy. It will be pot-luck and the church will not be providing any kind of mail course. There are sign up sheets in the Hall for listing what you might bring for everyone to share. Also, as it is one of our yearly fundraisers, donations in any amount ($10 has been suggested) will be gratefully accepted. We hope to see you there!

Welcome

We welcome you to celebrate the Divine Liturgy 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. Although Holy Communion is reserved for baptized and chrismated (confirmed) Orthodox Christians, all are invited to receive the “antidoron” which is not a sacrament, but is a reminder of the “agape feast” that followed worship in the early Church. After the Divine Liturgy, please join us in the Church Hall for fellowship and refreshments. We hope you will return often to worship with us, to grow in Christ and in our Orthodox Faith.

Our mission is to glorify our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ through our words and actions, according to the holy traditions and sacred teachings of our Orthodox Christian faith!

Holy Trinity is a parish of the Greek Orthodox Metropolis of Pittsburgh and the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America under the Spiritual Jurisdiction of the Ecumenical Patriarchate of Constantinople.

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