Attached is a copy of His Eminence Metropolitan Nicholas’ directive from 3/16/20. In light of these measures we will have services available online only. We are asking parishioners to stay home. We will have a few people there in order to help conduct the service. The service schedule will remain the same but we ask that you watch the service at https://www.holytrinitytoledo.com/live/
This Wednesday, March 11, the Holy Trinity Lenten Speakers Bureau is welcoming Special Guest Bishop Neophytos of Kenya. The theme of his presentation will be: “Go Therefore and make disciples of all Nations” Mt. 28:19. We will meet after the 6pm Presanctified Liturgy in the AHEPA room. There will be a Pot-Luck dinner, so bring a Lenten dish to share. For more information please call the church office at 419-243-9189.
Monday March 2nd: Great Compline 6 pm / Wednesday March 4th: Presanctified Liturgy and Pot-Luck 6 pm / Friday March 6th: Confession 6 pm Salutations 7 pm / Saturday March 7th: Saturday of the Souls Orthros 9 am / Sunday March 8th: Lenten Vespers 6 pm St. George Woodley / Monday March 9th: Great Compline 6 pm / Wednesday March 11th: Presanctified Liturgy and Pot-Luck 6 pm / Friday March 13th: Confession 6 pm Salutations 7 pm
Pan-Orthodox Fellowship of Toledo invites you to celebrate Sunday of Orthodoxy Pan-Orthodox Vespers Sunday, March 8th at St. George Cathedral, March 15th St. Elias Church, March 22nd at St. George Cathedral, March 29th at Holy Trinity Cathedral, April 5th at St. George Church.
The Lenten Speakers Bureau will meet every Wednesday after the 6 pm Presanctifed Liturgy in the AHEPA room. There will be a Pot-Luck dinner. For more information please call the church office at 419-243-9189
The Community Lenten Event is sponsored by Philoptochos benefiting American Veterans H.O.O.V.E.S. (Healing Of Our Veterans Equine Services) Swanton, OH. Friday, March 20th. Salutation Service at 5:00 P.M. with a Lenten Dinner at 6:00 P.M. Guest Speaker: Father William Bartz.
After Church Sunday, March 29th. Beneﬁting Holy Trinity’s Summer Camp Ministry. For over 65 years & spanning into three generations of campers, the Greek Orthodox Metropolis of Detroit Summer Camp (MDSC) has been providing faith, friendship and fun to the youth and young adults of our Metropolis since 1952.
The Greek Kitchen sales has been cancelled due to the Coronavirus outbreak.
Sponsored by the Stefanou Family & The Metropolis of Detroit Philoptochos Board. For more information and scholarship applications please contact your local Philoptochos Chapter or the Metropolis of Detroit Philoptochos page of the Metropolis of Detroit website. Applicants must be related to a Philoptochos member. Applications must be postmarked by April 30th.
The Daughters of Penelope Bake Sale has been cancelled due to the Coronavirus outbreak.
Are you caring for a loved one who is elderly, has a chronic or life-threatening health condition or who is disabled? Do you wish you could talk to others who are facing the same challenges as you? Do you wish you had someone with whom to share your thoughts, concerns and questions and who understands our faith, our culture and community? Are you so overwhelmed you’re not even sure what or who could help?
The Toledo AHEPA Family is sponsoring the Apokriatiko Luncheon, Sunday February 23rd following the Divine Liturgy. The dinner includes Kokkinisto Beef & Makaronatha, Makaronatha for the Kids, Cash Bar and Greek Music. Adults – $15.00 / Under 12 – $7.00 Tickets available after Church.