Welcome to Holy Trinity Orthodox Church
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
Church School Day Saturday, Dec. 3rd at Holy Trinity - 9:30 - 12:30. We will decorate our Christmas Tree, have snacks and crafts and a Church School lesson. Children and parents of all ages are welcome!
Church Decorating for Christmas on Nov. 28 & 29! We will be decorating our church for Christmas on November 28 & 29th. Please come whenever you can to help us in this joyous task!
No Adult Study Thu. Nov. 24th @6:30 PM Our Adult Study usually meets on Thursday evenings at 6:30 PM. We will be reading "Thinking Orthodox." Everyone is welcome . . . and encouraged . . . to attend.
Parish Council Meeting Mon., Nov. 14th @ 6:30 PM via Zoom.
Pierogie Making . . . Saturday, Nov. 12th starting @ 8:00 AM. Help is needed throughout the morning in order to have the Pierogies ready for pick-up at about 12 noon. Please come and help and bring a friend!
Community Thanksgiving Dinner - Friday, Nov. 11th is Holy Trinity's monthly Community Dinner (aka Soup Kitchen meal). This will be our Thanksgiving dinner. The menu is as follows: Hams (in freezer) Potatoes green beans Apple sauce rolls dessert beverages Please consider cooking/preparing one of the above at home or at the hall or buying. Please let us how you can help. All dishes (if cooked at home) or if purchased must be at the hall by 4:30 pm. Serving is at 5:00 PM. Thank you and may God bless you for helping those in need. Have a blessed Thanksgiving!
Monastery Trip - Friday, Nov. 4th, along with the faithful from Holy Cross, we are making a small pilgrimage to Holy Protection Monastery in White Haven, PA (about 34 minutes from Stroudsburg. We will leave Stroudsburg at 2:00 PM. Vespers & Compline begines at 4:00 PM and the monastics have invited us to stay for dinner afterward. We should be back to Stroudsburg by 7:00 PM. Please let Father Nicholas know if you would like to attend.