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  • Christ is Born!

    The Clergy and Parishioners of Holy Trinity Cathedral wish you a very Merry Christmas and all the blessings of the newly-born Saviour in 2017.
    Nativity Message of His Eminence, Archbishop Benjamin
    Nativity Message of the late Archpriest George Benigsen, former Dean of Holy Trinity Cathedral
    A Meditation on the Nativity of Christ delivered by Saint Tikhon, Bishop of San Francisco in 1900.

  • Blessed Feast of Theophany!

    Prepare, O Zebulon, and adorn yourself, O Nephtali; River Jordan, cease flowing and receive with joy the Master coming to be baptized.  Adam, rejoice with our First Mother and do not hide yourself as you did of old in Paradise; for having seen you naked, He has appeared to clothe you with the first garment.  Christ has appeared to renew all creation.

    Kontakion Tone 4

  • Divine Services

    Sat, Jan 21: 6:00 pm Vigil

    Sun, Jan 22: 10:00 am Divine Liturgy, followed by fellowship meal 

    Wed, Jan 25: 6:00 pm Vespers

    Sat, Jan 28: 6:00 pm Vigil

    Sun, Jan 29: 10:00 am Divine Liturgy, followed by fellowship meal and Annual Parish Meeting

    Visit our full calendar of services

Welcome to Holy Trinity

We gather for worship on Saturday evening and on Sunday Morning. We are old. We are young. We are middle aged. Some are married, some are single. Many of us have come to the Orthodox Church after years of searching. The Orthodox Church is the historical Church, which was founded on the day of Pentecost in Jerusalem and spread throughout Judea and finally the world. In our services we celebrate the great truths of the Christian Faith.

Holy Trinity Cathedral is named after the Godhead; God the Father, God the Son and God the Holy Spirit. This is particularly significant in that the Trinitarian understanding of the Godhead based upon the revelation of God, is uniquely Christian. The Orthodox Church has often been referred to as "the Church of the Holy Trinity" because of her commitment to the critical necessity of maintaining the Trinitarian faith. If God is One yet Three Persons as He has revealed Himself to be, and if we are created in the image and likeness of God, then understanding and living out this Trinitarian nature is critical to our life and faith...

  • May 15 2012

The Blessing of Water

Icon of TheophanyIn the Book of Genesis, we read that creation began when the Spirit of God moved over the face of the waters. (Gen. 1:2) Throughout the Bible, water plays an important and a 'mystical role' in human existence and in man's relationship with God the Creator.

Water has the capacity to produce death, as recounted in the story of Noah and the ark (Gen. 6); or to produce life, as noted in the story of Moses' striking the rock in the desert to produce water for the parched wanderers (Numbers 20). While the waters of the Red Sea parted to allow the Hebrews to pass over in safety (and thus preserve life), the same waters came rushing upon the Pharoah and his army drowning them...

  • Apr 6 2017

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