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Welcome to Holy Trinity Orthodox Church

Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania

We hope our website can acquaint you with our Parish. Though we are not a very large Orthodox community, by God's grace we have an active life of liturgical worship and social activities. Our life in Christ is the center of our parish community.
We seek to strengthen our life in Christ not only by our worship and fellowship, but also by learning more about our Christian faith and finding opportunities to serve our neighbor. By carefully and courageously practicing our faith we hope to grow strong in love and virtue. We seek to build the bonds of support that lead us to a deeper communion with God. Our parish exists for no other purpose than bringing us into communion with God through Christ our Lord in the Holy Spirit.
If you are from the Pocono Mountains and need a spiritual home or if you have moved to our area and are looking for a Church, please join us in our worship. We would be delighted to welcome you. We are a canonical Orthodox Church and believe that the fullness of the Apostolic faith is found in Orthodoxy.
Please 'come and see.'

Fr. Nicholas J. Solak
Parish Priest

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Our May Community Breakfast is Saturday, June 24th @ 10:00 AM. Please check back for additional details.

Sunday, June 11th @ 11:30 AM @ Holy Cross - Luncheon & Afternoon Retreat on Angels & Demons with Fr. Andrew Stephen Damick.

Saturday, June 10th Church School Day: The Virgin Mary - 9:30 - 12:30, including education, crafts and snacks. Children of all ages are encouraged to attend. Children under 5 should have a parent stay. All families are welcome!

Our Monthly Soup Kitchen is Friday, June 9th 5 PM - 6 PM. Please volunteer if you are able!

Thurs., 6/8 Adult Study "The Study of the Liturgy" @ 6:30 PM at Holy Trinity.

Wednesday, June 7th, Masha & Father Nicholas are being featured in a short film about clergy couples in parish ministry. A film crew will be at Holy Trinity from 9:30 am - 5:30 pm doing interviews and filming. They have invited the parish to come between 1:45 pm - 2:30 pm to capture a bit of our community. If you have the time and are willing to be on camera, stop by. Please let me know if you plan to come so I can best help the film crew plan that piece of their work.

Pierogie Making This Saturday, May 6th beginning at 8:00 AM. The Pierogie operation will be up and running throughout the day. Stop by any time during the day and offer a few hours of help. The help during the course of the day . . . the better!

Parish Cook-out Thursday, 4/27. The grill will be fired up Thursday evening for a cook-out. After the Akathist Service at 5:30 PM we will begin grilling. Bring your own thing to grill and stop by!

Monday, 4/24 @ 7:30 PM The Institute of Sacred Arts at St. Vladimir's Orthodox Theological Seminary will host a panel discussion with artists and scholars Aidan Hart, Jonathan Pageau, and Andrew Gould. Understanding that Orthodox liturgical art mostly reflects the cultures of Eastern Europe, Greece, and the Middle East, the panelists will address the following questions: How do liturgical artists in the West honor their cultural heritage while adapting it to Orthodox worship in their own contexts? And how does this experience of building bridges between artistic and religious traditions offer perspective on the state of art and culture in the modern world? Our Fellowship Hall will be open Monday @ 7:30 pm where we can join on-line for this panel discussion. All are Welcome!

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