Holy Trinity Orthodox Church
Orthodox Church in America
Detroit, Michigan
CHRIST IS BORN! GLORIFY HIM!


WELCOME TO OUR PARISH


 

Welcome to

Holy Trinity Orthodox Church

Rev. Fr. Lev Kopistiansky

SERVICES

Sunday Divine Liturgy 10:00 am

Wednesday Vespers 7:00 pm

Saturday Great Vespers 4:00 pm
Private Confessions

Church School, Sunday 11:30 am

Services are in English

 

 All are Welcome

Parishioners are of all ages and ethnic backgrounds, some being Orthodox
all of their life as well as those who have made adult commitments to become Orthodox.
Holy Trinity Orthodox Church is located at Eight Mile Road and Anglin Street 
in Detroit, Michigan. For directions to our church, please click on the "Directions" tab.
Written directions as well as a MapQuest option makes it easy for you to get here.
Click on the navigation links to the left to learn more about our parish. 
If you have questions about Holy Trinity Orthodox Church, please visit
our "contacts" section or attend one of our services.

 

 

 

 

Monthly Address

NATIVITY MESSAGE TO THE FAITHFUL

WORKING OUT THEIR SALVATION AT THE SPIRITUAL HOME OF HOLY TRINITY

 Dear Brothers & Sisters,

On these most blessed days of the Nativity of Our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, we are all invited to consider how we may manifest among our neighbors the love, mercy and compassion of the Christ-Child. This is especially important because this Great Feast represents the profound and sacred point in history when the invisible God, taking the form of a servant dwells among us. From this time forth the eternal message of salvation is not merely declared through law and prophetic message, but is finally something, as Saint John the Evangelist says, ‘that we have heard, that we have seen with our eyes, that we have looked at and touched with our hands.’ (1 John 1:1).

 As we prepare to receive the Incarnate Lord into the world and into our lives, let us keep in mind that the light of Bethlehem and the Joy of the manger of the Nativity are meant to be witnessed and experienced by all of humanity and not just a select few.

 Matushka and I love all of you so very much. We pray that when the Feast arrives, all of us with one voice will be worthy to proclaim that ...CHRIST IS BORN! GLORIFY HIM!

With anticipation of the Feast,

Fr Lev

 

FESTAL SERVICES

FESTAL SERVICES DATES & TIMES

Friday December 23: ROYAL HOURS (Nativity) 7:00pm

Saturday December 24 CHRIST IS BORN! Main Celebration Vigil & Liturgy 8:00pm

Sunday December 25 Nativity Vespers 10:00am