Welcome to the Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church Website
"Welcome one another, therefore, just as Christ has welcomed you, for the glory of God." - Romans 15
Welcome to Holy Trinity
Welcome to our website. We recently began our New Ecclesiastical New Year on September 1st. The summer months are now over and a new phase begins, especially now in our church. Sunday School classes have just begun a few weeks ago in which we have a staff of high qualified teachers instructing our kids in the Orthodox Faith and traditions. We have Greek School Classes taught every Tuesday Evening from 5:00PM-6:30PM instructed by two wonderful and caring people. The Ladies Philoptochos Society has recently begun their meetings, an organization that has done unbelievable tasks over the years in helping others as well assisting our church in many different facets. Our choir began a few weeks ago and they are singing beautifully to the glory of God!!! We just concluded our Greek Festival and it was so inspiring for me to witness so many of our parishioners give of themselves for the betterment of our church and faith. We had a great festival. I would like to extend my gratitude and appreciation to all those who have given of their hard work and precious time to our church. You have kept our faith alive!!!!
Our hope and goal in the Christian Life is to grow in newness with God. Now that we have entered our New Ecclesiastical New Year, we need to grow in newness with God and His Church. We need to re cultivate ourselves with a “newness of Faith” with God. Even if we have shunned away from the church over the past many months or years, now is the time to revamp ourselves and to find a God who loves us and cares for us. Find spirituality in your daily lives whether it is in the workplace, with family, friends, and neighbors. Bring your stresses and anxieties to God and let Him take care of you. If you have difficult decisions to make, allow your prayers to help you make good and sound decisions. He loves you and wants the best for you.
Try to attend Liturgy. Why not give one hour of your time once a week to your faith? We have to have God first on our priority list before anything else. Attending church will never hurt you, only improve you! Bring the good news of orthodoxy to all those around you. I recently had done the church tours during our Greek Festival and the people who are outside the faith were in awe of how beautiful and rich our church was. Like I always say, “Orthodoxy is the best kept secret in America today.” Appreciate your magnificent faith, and love God!! Father Paul
Liturgical Calendar for October:
October 1st, 2017: Orthros, 9:00AM and Divine Liturgy, 10:00AM.
Friday, October 6th, 2017: “the Feast of St. Thomas,” Divine Liturgy, 10:00AM.
Sunday, October 8th, 2017: Orthros, 9:00AM and Divine Liturgy, 9:45AM. (Father Paul has a wedding to celebrate at the Metropolis Camp in New Hampshire at 2:00PM).
Sunday, October 15th, 2017: Orthros, 9:00AM and Divine Liturgy, 10:00AM.
Sunday, October 22nd, 2017: Orthros, 9:00AM and Divine Liturgy, 10:00AM.
Thursday, October 26th, 2017: “The Feast of St. Demetrios,” Divine Liturgy, 10:00AM.
Sunday, October 29th, 2017: Orthros, 9:00AM and Divine Liturgy, 10:00AM.
Greek School Classes: begin on Tuesday, October 3rd, from 5:00PM-6:30PM.
Wednesday, October 11th, 2017: “Greek Festival Wrap up Meeting” at 6:00PM at Holy Trinity. Dinner will be served. We ask for all volunteers and others interested in providing feedback to attend.
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