About Our Parish
Our Holy Trinity Parish began with only a handful of families in 1910 when our Church was a small structure on West Street. Outgrowing that facility, our journey took us to our second Church at the corner of 40th and Pennsylvania Street in 1960. Our present, beautiful Byzantine structure was built in 2008 to serve our ever-expanding Parish community. In 2018, His Eminence Metropolitan Nicholas proclaimed Holy Trinity Church as a Cathedral. Today, we are an active, vibrant congregation with over 500 households comprised of life-long Orthodox Christians and people who chose Orthodoxy as adults, with organizations and activities for parishioners of all ages.
Phocas the Holy Martyr, Bishop of Sinope; Ezekiel the Prophet; Pelagia the Righteous of Tinos; Trophimos & Theophilios and the 13 others martyred in Lycia; St. Anna of Levkadio; The Icons of the Most Holy Theotokos of Pochaev; Icon of the Mother of God