Holy Trinity
Greek Orthodox Church
Spokane, Washington

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Weekly Worship Services
  • Vespers  6:00 PM Saturday                        
    A service of hymns and prayers for the eve of the Lord’s Day.
  • Orthros  9:00 AM Sunday  
    A morning prayer service of psalms and
    hymns to celebrate the Resurrection of Christ.
  • The Divine Liturgy  10:00 AM Sunday
    The Eucharist, in which God the Father through His Holy Spirit gives us the Body and Blood of Christ as spiritual food to prepare us for the glory of His kingdom.

Special Worship Services
  • Paraklesis  Following Vespers on the           first Saturday of each month.  
    A service of hymns asking the Virgin Mary, the Theotokos (in Greek, “the one who gave birth to God”) to intercede for all who are sick or in need of prayer. (Who better to ask to pray for you than the one who stands before the throne of her Son to pray for the whole world ‘with motherly boldness’?)
  • Weekday Liturgies  9:30 AM                 
    On special feast days of Christ, the Theotokos, and the Saints.

Spiritual Learning                Opportunities 
  • Sunday School   after Holy Communion at the Sunday Divine Liturgy for young people from preschool through high school .
  • Sunday Evening Reading Group
    7:00 PM at Father Stephen’s home. An informal adult study of books about Orthodox Christianity.
 

 


                      
Icon of the Holy Trinity - The Hospitality of Abraham Hymn to the
Holy Trinity

“O God, One in Three,
glory be to You without ceasing.

Each is God, yet Father, Son and Spirit are one in Nature, though threefold and distinct in the splendor of their Persons.”




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