Today: Thursday, July 16: Athogenes the Holy Martr of Heracleropolis

10:00 am - Orthros  
7:00 pm - Vespers 

Please be sure to only sign up for one Sunday service a month unless there is still an opening the night before.

All weekday services that are not Divine Liturgies are open for anyone to attend without signing up ahead. Just print your name on the sheet in the Narthex, use hand sanitizer and wear a mask. We also have masks available. To sign up for a service, here is the link for Sign Up Genius: Sign Up . 

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Upcoming Services:

Friday, July 17:  St Marina

8:30 am - Orthros  
9:30 am - Divine Liturgy 
6:00 pm - Parasclesis

Saturday, July 18:

5:00 pm - Great Vespers

Sunday, July 19: Holy Fathers of the 4th Ecumenical Council

8:45 am - Orthros 
10:00 am - Divine Liturgy

Monday, July 20: The Glorious Prophet Elias

8:30 am - Orthros 
9:30 am - Divine Liturgy
5:00 pm - Paraclesis

Tuesday, July 21: John and Symeon the Fool for Christ

10:00 am - Orthros  
7:00 pm - Great Vespers 

Wednesday, July 22: St. Mary Magdalene; St Markella, the Virgin-Martyr

8:30 am - Orthros 
9:30 am - Divine Liturgy
5:00 pm - Paraclesis

Zoom Meeting Calendar: Holy Trinity Ministries

For the week of: Monday, July 6th - Sunday, July 12th

Contact the office at 503-234-0468 for the Zoom Link information

Day & Time Ministry Group Description Host(s)
Tuesday, July 14th
5:00 pm
High School
Meet-Up
A time for our youth to socialize, chat, play games, and enjoy fellowship time. Fr. Christos & Christina Geist

Wednesday, July 15th
12:00 pm
Middle School
Meet-Up
A time for our youth to socialize, chat, play games, and enjoy fellowship time. Fr. Christos,
Lori Thompson
 & Dina Khoury

Wednesday, July 15th
1:00 pm
Studies in the Faith Father covers various topics of Christianity for adults, Fr. Paul

Sunday, July 19th
12:00 pm
Adult Sunday School A discussion about the Sunday Gospel reading. Fr. Paul

 

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