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  • A Brief History of our Cathedral

    Holy Trinity Cathedral Parish traces its history to December 2, 1857, when the first Orthodox Society was founded in San Francisco. In those early years, the Orthodox population of the Bay Area was spiritually and sacramentally served by chaplains from Russian Navy ships that frequented San Francisco Bay. During the Holy Week of 1868, an Orthodox Priest was sent to the City from Alaska to conduct the Paschal services here... Read More

  • Walk for Life

    We are invited to participate in the Walk for Life and accompanying events on January 27.  His Eminence, our Archbishop Benjamin is planning in attending Liturgy on Saturday, Jan 27 at 8:30 AM (Holy Trinity Church, 999 Brotherhood Way) and a prayer service at the Civic Center Plaza (11:30 AM).  Posters and handouts for the Walk itself are posted at the church and available at the candle counter.

  • Honoring Fr John

    On Sunday, January 21, after a solemn celebration of the Divine Liturgy with our archbishop, we will continue our gathering in love to celebrate Fr. John’s ministry and retirement with a festive luncheon.  Let’s outdo one another in showing honor (Rom. 12:10) to Fr. John and Matushka Robin this Sunday!

    Our Annual Parish Meeting is scheduled for January 28.

  • Upcoming

    Wed, Jan 17:  6:00 PM Vespers followed by seminar.

    Sat, Jan 20:  6:00 PM Vigil.

    Sun, Jan 21: 10:00 AM Divine Liturgy followed by luncheon in honor of Fr. John. Parking available for morning service.

    Visit our full calendar of services.

Sunday of the Last Judgment

On this day we commemorate the inescapable second coming of Christ, ordained by the most divine Fathers to be observed after the second parable of the Prodigal, so that no one who has learned of the love of God for mankind from it will live in laziness saying, "God loves mankind, and when I am separated from Him by sin, all is prepared for my restoration." This fearsome day of judgment has been designated for commemoration at this point in time, that through fear of death and the expectation of future torment, those who live in laziness may be encouraged to the virtues, not trusting only in the love of God, but also realizing that He is the righteous Judge who will judge all men according to their deeds...

  • Mar 4 2016

St. Nicholas the Wonderworker and Archbishop of Myra in Lycia

Saint Nicholas, commemorated on December 6th, is remembered and revered by many Christians of numerous denominations around the world. He is called upon as the patron saint of sailors, merchants, archers, children, and students in various countries. Despite his great popularity, few in our modern day are aware of his rich history and great contributions to the Church.  Read his story here!

  • Nov 24 2015

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