Our church was started by Greek immigrants who, when they came to Fort Wayne, they brought with them the Christian Faith that had been preached to their ancestors by the Apostle Paul, and the New Testament that was originally written in the language of their forefathers. Today, Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church is the place where people of different ethnic backgrounds are worshiping God following the unchanged and unbroken tradition of the Orthodox Church, the original church that was born in Jerusalem on the day of Pentecost.
By the Holy Spirit and through our Lord Jesus Christ, we, sinners, offer ourselves to God the Father to be healed of our spiritual illnesses, to be enlightened, and "to become children of God" (John 1:12).
Please click here to read the complete information about the second phase of the reopening of our church. If for objective reasons you cannot come to church in person, you can participate in the services via live stream on the Facebook page of our church or you can watch the recording of the services on our YouTube Channel.
You can watch and listen to more sermons by going to the “Sermons” page of our website.
Wednesday, September 23rd
6:00 pm – Akathist & Bible Study
Sunday, September 27th – 1st Sunday of Luke
8:45 am – Matins
10:00 am – Holy Liturgy
40 Day Memorial Service for Polixeni Kaplanis
1:00 pm - GOYA Zoom Meeting
2:00 – 4:00 pm – Sunday afternoon Church Family Activity
You can find more issues of the “Dove”, our monthly newsletter, in the “Doves” Archive under the “Media” Page.