Our Parish Ministries
We welcome you to learn about and consider joining some of our parish ministries. There are many great ways to get involved.
Founded in 1922, AHEPA is the largest and oldest grassroots association of American citizens of Greek heritage and Philhellenes with more than 400 chapters across the United States, Canada, and Europe. Learn More »
In the Eastern Orthodox Church, altar servers assist the higher clergy during services. They might carry the cross, candles or liturgical fans in processions and entrances. Learn More »
Audio Visual Broadcasting
Each week, our dedicated Audio Visual staff works to live stream our services online Learn More »
Bible Study Group
Each fall, Holy Trinity hosts a weekly Fall Study Course covering specific topics related to Orthodox Christianity. Learn More »
Our Greek School program provides an opportunity for children to learn more about the Greek language and Greek heritage. Learn More »
Hellenic Dance is a crucial aspect of Greek culture. Learn More »
Music plays an integral role in the liturgical life of the Orthodox Church.
- Mixed voice choir for Divine Liturgy Learn More »
- Byzantine chanters for Vespers, Orthros, and other services. Learn More »
Holy Trinity strives to improve the lives of the less fortunate in our community.
The Ladies Philoptochos Society is the women’s philanthropic society of the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America. Learn More »
Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Preschool provides distinctive early childhood education with child-centered, developmentally appropriate learning activities. Learn More »
Our Stewardship team works to utilize the time, treasure, and talent of our parish. Learn More »
Our Sunday School program fosters spiritual learning through age-appropriate lessons, which may include an introduction to church feasts, fasts and liturgical practices, prayers, Bible stories, crafts and projects, and liturgical songs. Learn More »
Help welcome visitors to our parish family. Learn More »
We believe that the Goal of Orthodox Christian Youth Ministry is the integration of each young person fully into the total life of the Church. We believe that Orthodox Christians must commit themselves to living the Orthodox Faith daily. Worship, Witness, Service and Fellowship are the natural expressions of that commitment.