Life is not meant to be lived alone and as a parish we are given the blessing to live together and grow in our faith in Christ with each other. That's why, at Holy Trinity, we are starting our small groups program.

A small group is a weekly or monthly gathering of three or more people who meet in a home, or here at the Church. They hang out together, study and discuss our Orthodox faith, and pray together.

The groups come in all shapes and sizes - married couples, singles, men, women, kids, no kids, under 20, over 40 - the list goes on! No matter where you are in life, it is important to have a group of people you get together with on a weekly or monthly basis to be with, talk about faith, and have fun! To participate in a small group, here is what you need:


     * A free weekday evening or afternoon once a month or once a week

     * A willingness to be curious about our faith

     * A subtle but persistent yearning to live the Christian life more fully

     * A readiness to get to know others at Holy Trinity


If you would like to be a part of a small group at Holy Trinity, please see Father Nicholas or email Debbie Marki @

Service Schedule

  • MAR 20, Tue:   Daily Vespers  4:00 PM
  • MAR 21, Wed:   Presanctified Liturgy, followed by Lenten Dinner  6:00 PM
  • MAR 22, Thu:   Daily Matins with Canon of St. Andrew  9:30 AM

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