Holy Trinity Orthodox Church
Orthodox Church in America
Detroit, Michigan
JANUARY PASTORAL ADDRESS

 

TO THOSE WORKING OUT THEIR SALVATION AT THE SPIRITUAL HOME OF HOLY TRINITY

 

IN THE NAME OF THE FATHER AND OF THE SON AND OF THE HOLY SPIRIT, AMEN!

 

CHRIST IS BORN!   GLORIFY HIM!

 

HAPPY NEW YEAR!

 

Dear Brothers & Sisters,

 

As we now enter into a new calendar year, we realize that another year has gone by in our earthly lives, a year that is gone forever, a year that we cannot bring back. 

 

How shall we begin to use the treasury of days about to be given to us?  First of all, let us pay our debts ... the debts we owe to God and neighbor. What debt is this?  It is the debt of LOVE!  To pay a debt means to make things even or right again. So ... let us erase the sins of the old year, let us make right the wrongs of the past, let us heal up the hatreds, grudges and enmities.  Then let us devote our lives to Christ!  May all of our thoughts, words and actions be pleasing to God. 

 

Matushka Victoria and I ask God's Blessings upon all for this coming year of 2024.

 

With Love in the New-Born Christ,

 

Fr Lev

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


VOLUNTEERS NEEDED!

CHRIST IS BORN!  GLORIFY HIM!

 

We are looking for volunteers to help run this website.

If you are interested, please contact Fr Lev or our steering committee!

 

 

 

HEALTH & SAFETY OF THE PARISH

 

We are dedicated to keeping Holy Trinity a safe environment on every level, so you may continue to worship here safely and comfortably! 

 

If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Fr Lev or any council member.

 

 

SPECIAL MAINTENANCE PLEA

Thank you for all your generous donations!  We met our goal in our special maintenance plea!

We continue to have a 'to do' list of items that need special attention to keep our church and grounds in good condition.

You can always contribute to our general maintenance fund with the envelope provided in your boxed set! 

May God Bless YOU for helping the church maintain it's beauty inside and out!

WELCOME TO OUR PARISH

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Welcome to

Holy Trinity Orthodox Church

Rev. Fr. Lev Kopistiansky

SERVICES

Sunday Divine Liturgy 10:00 am

Wednesday Vespers 7:00 pm

Saturday Great Vespers 4:00 pm
Private Confessions

Church School, Sunday 11:30 am

Services are in English

 

 All are Welcome

Parishioners are of all ages and ethnic backgrounds, some being Orthodox
all of their life as well as those who have made adult commitments to become Orthodox.
Holy Trinity Orthodox Church is located at Eight Mile Road and Anglin Street 
in Detroit, Michigan. For directions to our church, please click on the "Directions" tab.
Written directions as well as a MapQuest option makes it easy for you to get here.
Click on the navigation links to the left to learn more about our parish. 
If you have questions about Holy Trinity Orthodox Church, please visit
our "contacts" section or attend one of our services.

 

 

 

 

ACE AND BOOK CLUB INFO

ADULT CHURCH EDUCATION!

Father conducts his 'Adult Church Ed' (ACE) sessions, on many Saturday's after 4:00pm Great Vesper Services.

(Please check the calendar for dates!)

The 'open forum' format gives you a great opportunity to ask and discuss anything that you have always wanted to address. Please come and learn, have fun, and maybe 'stump the Priest'!  

 

BOOK CLUB:  Book Discussion Group meets Wednesday's after Vespers. (please check the calendar for dates)  

All are welcome to join, even if you don't have the book being discussed!  

HOLY TRINITY'S SISTERHOOD/BROTHERHOOD/HOLY TRINITY OUTREACH

 

Holy Trinity's Sisterhood/Brotherhood and Outreach Ministry.

Looking to volunteer?  Please contact a board member.  

Our Sisterhood & Brotherhood do fundraisers and events throughout the year!  Please check calendar for events!

 St. Juliana Outreach Ministry of Mercy. The Holy Trinity outreach ministry has a patron saint, St. Juliana of Lazarevo!

St. Juliana is collecting items for Christmas for indigent residents of a Detroit  nursing home. Last year most of these residents received nothing for Christmas but the gifts we gave them. This year we are collecting the following items for the 150 residents: men’s and women’s socks, body lotion, toothpaste, toothbrushes, word search puzzles, adult coloring books, and larger cellophane or other gift bags to put all these items in. We would be grateful for your help in collecting these items. There is a sign-up sheet downstairs on the bulletin board near the kitchen. You can also donate money toward the purchase of these items.