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Availing Ourselves to God

The Lucan account strongly suggests that as Christians, we cannot live apart from God. In order to avail ourselves to God's healing and mercy, we must choose to be in places where God's power is felt and experienced.

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.

Portrait Gallery

Devoted Holy Trinity parishioner Mr Timothy Fetzko, who also manages our beautiful web site, has developed a growing photography business which specializes in individual and family portraits over the past eighteen months.  Mr Fetzko graciously agreed to take portraits of any church family or parishioner during three appointed Sundays in November and December.

Saint Nicholas Visits Holy Trinity

Saint Nicholas made his annual visit to Holy Trinity after Divine Liturgy on Sunday, December 7, 2014, in order to celebrate his Feast Day. To say he was well received by our church’s young children would be an understatement.

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.

Sarah's South Africa Trip

Ms. Sarah Luft, a junior at the University of Connecticut and current President of the Orthodox Christian Fellowship on the UConn campus, gave an inspiring and heart-felt presentation in front of the Holy Trinity community on Sunday, October 5, 2014, in which she spoke of the four months she spent as an exchange student in Cape Town, South Africa.

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