Holy Trinity
Greek Orthodox Church
110 E Wallen Road, Fort Wayne, IN
Our Parish Council

Our Parish Council meets once a month for making decisions for the daily operations of our church. Drew Swift is our Parish Council President.
The Parish Council members are: Chris Rongos (Vice-President), Jackie Mangas (Secretary), Nina Baker (Treasurer), Chris Naselaris, Gus Panagopoulos, , Lynn Hanson, Alex Makridakis, Maria Field, Kathy Retzios, Fr. Cosmin Sicoe, and Edison Byzyka (not pictured).

Our Singing Group

Our chanters and our singing group lead the crongregation in hymns and chants during Matins and the Divine Liturgy each Sunday and during special services throughout the year using traditional Byzantine chant.

Our Sunday School

Sunday School provides children Preschool through 12th grade with a Christ-centered education of our Orthodox Faith.  Sunday School runs September to May.

Our GOYA

Our Greek Orthodox Youth of America, or GOYA, ministers to Middle School and High School teens. The mission is to provide our youth with the opportunity for fellowship, service, witness, and worship with one another, and with other members throughout the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America, so they may grow in wisdom, faith, and love for Christ, His Church, and everyone around them. Activities include religious retreats, worship, service, athletic activities, and social programs.

Our Altar Boys

This valuable ministry is offered to boys in grades 3 through 12 who wish to serve in the Holy Altar under the guidance of the Priest.  By serving, these boys gain knowledge of our liturgical traditions, while fulfilling a sacred and indispensable role in the liturgical life of the Church.

Our Philoptochos Society

The Philoptochos (Friends of the Poor) Society is the philanthropic arm of the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America.  The mission of Philoptochos is “to help the poor, the destitute, the hungry, the aged, the sick, the unemployed, the orphaned, the imprisoned, the widowed, those with disabilities and the victims of disasters”.  Members of the parish who are 18 and over are encouraged to join.

Our Daughters of Penelope

The Daughters of Penelope is part of the AHEPA family and promotes Hellenism, Education, Philanthropy, Civic Responsibility, and Family and Individual Excellence through a variety of activities. 

Our Greek Dancers

The Triada Dance group performs dances that represent all regions of Greece.  Dancers range from age four to adult.  The troupe is comprised of five Greek dance groups:  Kala Paidia, Doxa, Asteria*, Meraklides, and Omega.  Contact Director Stella Skembos via email triadafw@hotmail.com for more information.

Our Men's Club

The Men’s Club meets Tuesday and Friday mornings for fellowship.

Our Women's Agape

The Women’s Agape group meets Thursday mornings for fellowship.