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!
JUL 17: Parish General Assembly
Our next Parish General Assembly meeting will immediately follow the Divine Liturgy on Sunday, July 17th, downstairs in our James Parros Hall. The principal topic of the Assembly will be discussion among the entire parish of the Roof Replacement Project. This is a great opportunity to stay up to date on the important repairs for our building, participate in the discussion about them, and also to catch up on Church activities (perhaps a word or two may be said about our August 27th Festival!) and enjoy fellowship with other Parishioners. Please, if you can, make plans to attend!
AUG 27: Greek Festival
Join us for the annual Holy Trinity Greek Festival on Saturday, August 27th from 11:00 AM to 7:00 PM. Come and feast on some delicious Greek food and pastries, and enjoy the live entertainment by the Ta Filarakia band. There are plenty of activities for the children including arts & crafts and a bounce house (weather permitting). We also be providing tours of the Church throughout the day. Click here for the menu and more details.
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.