Welcome to the web site of the Holy Trinity Orthodox Church, a pan-Orthodox community that has served central Connecticut for over 100 years. Our church is a parish of the Diocese of New England of the Orthodox Church in America. We warmly welcome all who are searching for a church that is in unchanging continuity with the Church of the Apostles and where they may find the purity of the Apostolic Faith.
If you would like to worship with us, this site will provide our service schedule, monthly calendar and upcoming events. While you browse our website please click on the link below and listen to Ancient Faith Radio. Many other parish resources are also available.
Please feel free to join us for any or all of our services!
ALL ARE WELCOME
Saturday: Great Vespers 5:00pm
Sunday: Divine Liturgy 9:00am
(See monthly calendar for additional information)
Upcoming Services / Schedule
Friday, January 19th
Saturday, January 20th
5:00 Great Vespers - Confession
Sunday, January 21st
9:00 Divine Liturgy
Coffee Hour -
Sisterhood Annual Meeting
Men's Club Annual Mtg & Lunch
Tuesday, January 23rd
Metropolitan Tikhon's Archpastoral message on the Sanctity of Life Sunday
Metropolitan Tikhon, at the request of His Eminence, Archbishop Demetrios, Chair of the Assembly of Canonical Orthodox Bishops of the United States of America, will lead the Orthodox delegation at the annual March for Life in Washington, DC on Friday, January 19. Metropolitan Tikhon will offer the opening prayer at the pre-March program.
The local Church is the living Body of Christ (1Cor 12:27) that serves to live, uphold, and preach the Faith as delivered by Christ,
taught by the Apostles, and preserved in the Holy Scriptures and Tradition of the Holy Orthodox Church. We accomplish this mission by
• participation in liturgical worship,
• partaking of the spiritual life and sacraments of the Church,
• sharing in Christian fellowship as a eucharistic community,
• providing for education of the Faith,
• engaging in philanthropy,
• being wise stewards of our time, talents, and properties and,
• being Christ’s ambassadors (2Cor 5:20) to the world in manifesting His love, presence, and preaching.