Welcome to Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church
"Welcome one another, therefore, just as Christ has welcomed you, for the glory of God." - Romans 15:7
Welcome to Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church of Saint Augustine, Florida, in the nation’s oldest city. We are glad that you have found our site and hope that you will visit us in person in the future. Please use the links to learn about our faith, our parish, and our ministries.
Stewardship 2021: Your Total Commitment Is Needed!
"Partner and Grow in Faith with Us"
Please take a quick moment and review and complete your commitment to our spiritual home. Stewardship is believing in our Church and wanting to support and perpetuate its mission. The support that we pledge is utilized to help meet our parish's obligations, its programs and ministries.
The Parish Council has added a link (Make a Donation) on our Church’s web page for on-line giving. This is a secure way to give to your Church. Giving categories have been set up to allow giving to specific funds within the Church – for instance, Stewardship, Easter, Memorials, etc. You can give via credit card, Paypal and bank draft and also have the ability to set up recurrent giving. Of course, you can also set up recurrent giving through your bank if you wish. Please be sure that a specific notation (ex: stewardship) is included for each transaction.
Please follow us on Facebook:
- Holy Trinity GOC (Keep current with parish activities)
- Holy Trinity GOC Outreach (Participate in helping the needy in our community)
Sunday 10 a.m.Divine Liturgy
Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church Liturgical Services: Welcome parishioners and visitors for on-site services.We continue Live Stream Services on Facebook, please visit our Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/HolyTrinityGOC/)
On August 19, 2021, His Eminence Metropolitan Alexios of Atlanta wrote: "it is important to consider that late last week, the CDC published its latest guidelines which reads: “Use masks to slow the spread of COVID-19 in which they state that masks should be worn by those, “including children older than 2, who are not fully vaccinated [and] fully vaccinated people with weakened immune systems.” Finally, the CDC writes “To maximize protection from the Delta variant and prevent possibly spreading it to others, fully vaccinated people should wear a mask indoors in public if you are in an area of substantial or high transmission."
In accordance with the wishes of our Metropolitan, we encourage all parishioners to resume wearing masks to slow the spread of the Delta variant. Whether one chooses to wear a mask or not, all are welcome!
"...the entire law is fulfilled in keeping this one command: “Love your neighbor as yourself.”----------------------------------------------------------------------
Wednesday of the 6th Week
Saints and Feasts Commemorated
Visit the Online Chapel for more daily readings, hymns, a monthly calendar of saints and feasts, and more.