During the Covid-19 crisis, please consider supporting Holy Trinity by making a donation through our virtual offering tray.
Dear Holy Trinity Family,
During this difficult time of this pandemic our entire community is faced with concern and uncertainty. Our daily lives have been drastically altered and we have all been affected. It is at this time when we need our faith more than ever. While we endure in this struggle, we are called to pray harder and to focus on the hope given to us by the Words of our Lord. As you offer your spiritual struggle from home, Holy Trinity will continue to pray for all its people and for the people of the world. Our Liturgical Life will continue and you will all be present spiritually, as you are given the opportunity to witness and hear the beautiful services being brought to you via the internet. In the midst of these trying times, where I know many of you are struggling, please remember your Church, your community. It is always through your love and financial support that we are able to bring into your lives our wonderful Orthodox Faith.
Holy Trinity DEPENDS on your donation.
In Christ's humble Service, Fr. Theofanis Papantonis
Covid-19 Virus Information
- Please remember, the service will take place WITHOUT the participation of a congregation. It is still unsafe and illegal to gather.
- The service will be streamed via the Holy Trinity Facebook page and YouTube. The links will be shared.
Dear Holy Trinity Family,
It is clear from the events unfolding around us that we are facing difficult times as a society and as a Church. As a result, we are being called to apply certain measures, that are unfortunate and difficult, but are for the greater good of our congregants. Today, our Archdiocese released new directives for us to follow. They mandate that all Church services be conducted without the presence of a congregation. They will be Live Streamed via Facebook Live and during the normal scheduled times. I cannot imagine the pain for some individuals not being able to worship during this important period of the Orthodox Church. I assure you, these measures being implemented all over the Orthodox world, look to safeguard the health of our people, especially the elderly and those with compromised immune systems. For at least two weeks, please adhere to these directives. Please convey this message to those that might not be on Facebook. Please tell your elderly parents and relatives that the Church is saying it is OK for them to miss services for the reasons mentioned. In the meantime, I and all my brother priests will be praying for your safekeeping, health and salvation.
- Letter from Chancellor Regarding Services 3/17/2020
- Encyclical of His Eminence Archbishop Elpidophoros of America and the Eparchial Synod on the Covid-19 Pandemic (Coronavirus)
- Further Guidance From The Holy Eparchial Synod