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The Saving Message of His Resurrection

If Christ is to be known to others, we must be the ones who convey this message though our own evangelical and missionary efforts. To believe in Christ is simply not enough.

Welcome to Holy Trinity Orthodox Church
Fr. Marc Vranes
Fr. Marc Vranes
Fr. Marc Vranes

The Holy Trinity Church extends a warm welcome to visitors and friends. We invite you to join us each Sunday for Divine Liturgy, and fellowship afterwards during Coffee Hour where light refreshments are served.

The past year has seen measureable growth at Holy Trinity. A bi-weekly Church School Program is now in place, as well as a Lending Library, where books on Orthodox spiritually, theology, iconography, and prayer are available to borrow. Our parish has developed a reputation for receiving and welcoming visitors with great warmth and open arms. Please be sure to fill out a Welcome Card when you arrive, so that Fr. Marc can acknowledge your presence during the announcements.

All liturgical services are in English.  ALL are welcome.

 Favorite Recipes and Pascha Easter Baskets

Have you ever wondered about the tradition and meaning behind the foods in a Pascha Easter Basket?  Read more to learn about how to prepare a basket as well as a delicious Easter bread recipe from one of our own parishioners.  If you have a favorite recipe you'd like to share, please email the webmaster and we'll gladly post for all to enjoy.  Check back often!

 2014 Parishioner Survey Results Available

Responses to the 2014 HTOC Parishioner Survey have been compiled and assembled. The results will be reviewed during our next quarterly Parish meeting scheduled for March 23rd. All are welcome to review the report as we wish to share the insights gained through the survey. We ask that parishioners, who are able, review the report prior to March 23 so that we may discuss the results as a group.  Click More Information to download a copy of the report electronically.

 A Personal Reflection

Ever since joining Holy Trinity Orthodox Church in 1998, I have perceived George as the respected elder in the church, the head of an extended family that holds him in the highest regard, and the chief preserver of the oral history of the church.

 Holy Trinity Recognizes its Veterans

Holy Trinity Orthodox Church has a long history with those who have served in the Armed Forces. Beginning with World War II, and through the Korean War and the Vietnam War, many from Holy Trinity have performed military service, and done so with great honor. Currently, there are four remaining Holy Trinity veterans. Along with a grateful nation, we thank and salute Nick Kornilieff, Helen Sadow, RN, Joseph Hutnik, and George Zlotnick for their service to America.

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