Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church

Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church


Faith Enrichment will meet Wednesday, April 1, 2020, at 7:30 pm VIA TELECONFERENCE through Go-To-Meeting. All you need to participate is a telephone, computer, or smart phone. This class focuses on Lazarus Saturday, Palm Sunday, and the Bridegroom Services of Holy Week. These preliminary days prepare our minds and hearts to receive the great lessons at the end of Holy Week. Just as Lent is divided into days of personal preparation followed by days focusing on Christ and His sacrifice, so Holy Week itself is divided into these parts. Here is what you do: Please join the meeting from your computer, tablet or smartphone at: https://www.gotomeet.me/MarySharpley You can also dial in using your phone. United States: +1 (872) 240-3412 Access Code: 294-183-677 New to GoToMeeting? Get the app now and be ready when your first meeting starts: https://global.gotomeeting.com/install/294183677 Again, you don't need fancy equipment. You can simply dial the phone number above and input the access code. There will be one more class after this, and then there will be no class during Holy Week. May our Lord keep you and your family safe and health through this pandemic. In Christ, Deacon Athanasios "Clint" Sharpley
Holy Trinity Choir wishes Joanna Spahis and John Bookas a very Blessed Feast Day..... ✝️
Thank you for the very nice Service today.🙏💝
Dear friends at Holy Trinity, I will be presenting a performance tomorrow at 4pm at United Methodist Garland of music inspired by Greek Orthodox chant. I'm the head chanter at Annunciation Greek Orthodox Church in Lincoln NE and also a concert pianist. I will be performing Philip Glass's Annunciation Piano Quintet based on our communion hymn for the Annunciation. I will also perform Victoria Bond's Simeron Kremate which is based on our beautiful crucifixion hymn from holy week. I will be chanting the hymns and then performing the piano works based on those hymns. Hope to see you there!
This Wednesday, October 30, 2019, at 7:00 p.m. in the Boardroom, we will have Faith Enrichment Class. Beginning this week we shift our emphasis from the history of the church to the worship of the church. The weekend worship actually consists of three services, Vespers on Saturday night, Orthros early Sunday morning, followed immediately by the Divine Liturgy. We will spend several weeks looking at the Divine Liturgy, but we spend this week looking at the two services that precede liturgy, that is, Vespers and Orthros (Matins). Join us Wednesday night to look at the meaning and significance of these two worship services.
I hope all of you came out okay though the storms Sunday night. I talked to one Church member who said he saw a tornado literally jump over their block, so I know it was a pretty unsettling time for many of us. Now I hope we will be able to resume our study. This Wednesday, 10/23/2019 at 7:00 p.m., we will look at the great teachers of the church during the first millennium who are known as the "Church Fathers." We begin with the men who sat at the feet of the Apostles and take a chronological journey, discussing the insight that these holy men give us through those challenging years. These men teach us the truth of the Apostolic Faith which the Church possessed from the beginning while applying it to the controversies of their time. Join us Wednesday evening for a look at the Church Fathers. In Christ, DeaconClint Sharpley
Thank you for the very nice Service today🙏💝
Glory to God! 📷: Josh Lowery
Hello all! My grandmother is looking for a way to get to church on Sunday’s from McKinney! It’s too far of a drive for her as she doesn’t drive on highways anymore, but would love to carpool with someone! Let me know if anyone is willing to help out, or if you think you may know someone who is! Thank you.
Dear Fellow HTGO members - I lost a flash drive in the copier room in the church office. It is black and when you slide it open, there is a red strip. It has lots of church history information and other work information for me. If you see it or have it or put it somewhere, please PM me. Thanks.
I've recently gotten into cooking greek food alot. I need some help on where the greek community here gets their groceries from. I want to find some good quality feta, wine, olive oil and anything else you can think of. Thanks!
Faith Enrichment Class, Wednesday, 2/27/2019, 7:00 p.m. in the Boardroom. You're not ready for Great Lent. None of us are. We know it and the Holy Church knows it. For this reason, there is a pre-lenten period in which we examine ourselves in preparation for the great journey ahead. This Wednesday evening, we will have as our special guest, Father Mark Pakes who will take us through the lessons of the Publican, the Pharisee, and the Prodigal Son, as we delve into the pre-lenten lessons of humility and repentance. Join us!

Saturday~ Great Vespers 5:00 pm Sunday ~Orthros 8:15am~ Divine Liturgy 9:30am Σάββατο:Εσπερινός 17:00 Κυριακή 8.15 π.μ. Όρθρος & Θεία Λειτουργία.

WEEKLY WORSHIP SERVICES Saturday: Great Vespers 5:00 pm Sunday: Orthros 8:15am & Divine Liturgy 9:30am ΕΒΔΟΜΑΔΙΑΙΑ υπηρεσίες λατρείας Σάββατο: Μέγας Εσπερινός 17:00 Κυριακή: 08.15 π.μ. Όρθρος & Θεία Λειτουργία 9.30 π.μ.

The Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church, Dallas, was founded in 1915 by immigrants from Orthodox countries, predominantly Greece. Our first church home was in South Dallas at Riggs and Sanger. In the early 1950’s, the parish relocated to Swiss and Apple, where it remained until 1992. The beautiful Byzantine Church of Holy Trinity is presently located at Hillcrest and Alpha in North Dallas.

Mission: The mission of the Church is to proclaim the Gospel of Christ, to teach and spread the Orthodox Christian Faith, to energize, cultivate, and guide the life of the Church in the United States of America according to the Orthodox Christian Faith and Tradition. The Greek Orthodox Church in America sanctifies the faithful through divine worship, especially the Holy Eucharist and other Sacraments, building the spiritual and ethical life of the faithful in accordance with the Holy Scriptures, Sacred Tradition, the doctrines and canons of the Ecumenical and local Councils, the canons of the Holy Apostles and the Fathers of the Church and of all other Councils recognized by the Orthodox Church.


We recognize that it has been difficult not being able to physically attend services in the Church. To help us connect in some small way, we invite you to light one or more candles for you and/or your family. A representative of the church or Parish Council will physically light these candles on your behalf at the next service and/or Divine Liturgy.
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Statement of the ACOB-USA Executive Committee Concerning Holy Week and Pascha (Easter) - Around the Archdiocese and Beyond

goarch.org Members of the Executive Committee of the Assembly of Canonical Orthodox Bishops of the United States of America have reached a consensus concerning Palm Sunday, Holy Week and Pascha (Easter).

Archbishop Elpidophoros of America

All our lives we have enjoyed our participation in this Sacrament, and we are grateful to be a member of the Body of Christ, which is the Church. Now, the moment has come for us to commune differently: Let us offer our blood to our fellow human being, for the life of the world.

The Akathist Hymn

5th Friday of lent. The Salutations to the Theotokos
Join us tonight at 6:00 pm on FB Live or on website livestream
Below is a link of the service so you can follow along.


Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America

On this day we commemorate our devout Mother Mary of Egypt who is also commemorated on the Fifth Sunday of Great Lent. Her life was recorded by Saint Sophronius of Jerusalem. https://www.goarch.org/chapel/saints?contentid=2

Evening Compline

“Lord of the Powers, be with us; for no other helper do we have in tribulations, but You... Lord of the Powers, have mercy on us.”

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Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America

On this day, the fourth Sunday of Lent, we commemorate our devout Father John, author of The Ladder. https://www.goarch.org/sunday-stjohnclimacus

Divine Liturgy 4th Sunday of Lent

We want to see your church at home take a photo and tag us. We will make a collage and post on here.
We will go live 9:15 for Divine Liturgy.

Evening Vespers

“Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind. “Love your neighbor as your self” Matthew 22:37-39

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Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America

From the earliest days of the church, the fast was always accompanied by increased prayer and almsgiving. As families, we should look at all three of these elements in order to put into practice a broader and more fulfilling approach to Great Lent. https://www.goarch.org/-/balancing-great-lent?inheritRedirect=true

4th stanza of the Salutations to the Theotokos


Join us tonight for the 4th Stanza of the Salutations to the Theotokos on Facebook Live at 7:00 pm. Linked below is a PDF of the service provided by Fr. Seraphim Dedes and his ministry AGES DCS.

If you do not know already, AGES DCS is a website that provides liturgical content and print outs for all services that occur on our ecclesiastical calendar. Thus, you can follow along with any services by simply accessing this website or mobile app.



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Fr Mark's sermon on the feast of Annunciation.
This clip was taking from our live video feed.

Archbishop Elpidophoros of America

I am staying at home like you. As we go through this time of trial, I want you to remember: You are not alone. We are in this together.

Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church

Divine Liturgy of the Annunciation

Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America

Today marks the crowning of our salvation and the revelation of the mystery before all ages. For the Son of God becomes the son of the Virgin, and Gabriel proclaims the grace. Wherefore, we also cry out with him, "Hail, O full of grace, the Lord is with you." -Apolytikion of Annunciation of the Theotokos

Today we commemorate Feast of the Annunciation of Our Most Holy Lady the Theotokos and Ever-Virgin Mary. It is on this Feast that Orthodox Christians commemorate both the divine initiative of God to take on flesh from the Virgin for our salvation and the human response whereby Mary freely accepted the vocation offered to her. https://www.goarch.org/annunciation

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Hellenic College Holy Cross

Today we commemorate the Feast of the Annunciation of Our Most Holy Lady, the Theotokos and Ever-Virgin Mary. It is on this Feast that Orthodox Christians commemorate both the divine initiative of God, to take on flesh from the Virgin for our salvation, and the human response, whereby Mary freely accepted the vocation offered to her. Learn more at www.goarch.org/annunciation. #Annunciation #Orthodoxy #OrthodoxChurch


3rd Monday of Lent The Great Compline

You, Who are the Physician of our souls and bodies, grant recovery to the sick, raising them hastily from the bed of suffering so that they may glorify You, our Merciful Saviour, and protect the healthy ones from any disease.
Bless, O Lord, strengthen and protect with Your grace all those who with philanthropy and sacrifice take care of the sick at their homes or in hospitals.
Remove all disease and suffering from among the people and teach us to value life and health as Your gifts.
Give us, o God, Your peace and fill our hearts with steadfast faith in Your protection, with hope in Your support and with love for You and our neighbour.
For it is Yours to have mercy on us and save us, our God, and to You we give glory: to the Father and to the Son and to the Holy Spirit, now and ever and unto the ages of ages. Amen.

Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America

Jesus asks us to carry our cross. But what does that mean? https://youtu.be/QidWZbVT5Zo

Did you participate in The Divine Liturgy today online? Our 7th and 8th grade Sunday School class did, and had a virtual class afterwards! Thank you to those who participated!

Catch all of our services this week online though our page or through HolyTrinityDallas.org

God be with us!

3rd Sunday of Great Lent - Sunday of the Veneration of the Holy Cross

Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America

"A Christian's . . . duty is to "take up his cross." The word cross means sufferings, sorrows and adversities. To take up one's cross means to bear without grumblings everything unpleasant, painful, sad, difficult and oppressive that may happen to us in life. . .without expecting any earthly reward in return, but bear it all with love, with joy and with courageous strength." -St. Innocent of Alaska, 19th Century https://www.goarch.org/sunday-venerationcross


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holytrinitydallas.org Live stream and archived church services. The Website of Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church

The monks of Mount Athos have asked all people to join in common prayer, from home, at 10-10:15pm every evening, saying the prayer "Lord Jesus Christ, Son of God, have mercy upon your world."

Each country is starting at their own local time of 10pm, so that we form a never-ending prayer chain around the world.
Join in, if you like.
And tell your friends around the world.


Find the text for many services HERE
(You can follow along. If they aren't services that are being done online, you can read the reader parts and the chanter parts in your prayers as well.)

Submit names (by email or to office) to be commemorated by the priests.

Bring prosforo to the church office during office hours.

Make a prayer list at home to pray for people.

Make a call to see how someone is doing.

Watch for drives or needs in the area where you are able to participate.

May God be merciful to us and bless us. May He cause His face to shine upon us and have mercy on us. Psalm 67:1

Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America

We all lead lives so filled with the demands of work and family that little time is left to us to cultivate the garden of our soul. In our preoccupation with the ceaseless business of life, our spirit, if not completely forgotten, is often sadly neglected. http://ow.ly/baGC50yOwzc

Ecumenical Patriarchate

"Perhaps some of you have felt that these drastic measures undermine or harm our faith.

However, that which is at stake
is not our faith – it is the faithful.
It is not Christ – it is our Christians.
It is not the divine-man – but human beings.

Our faith is firmly established in the roots of our culture. Our faith is a living faith, and there is no exceptional circumstance that can limit or suppress it.

We will pass through this period like a journey through the desert to reach the Promised Land, where science, by the grace of God, will overcome this virus." ~ Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew I

Μήνυμα του Παναγιωτάτου Οικουμενικού Πατριάρχου Βαρθολομαίου προς το πλήρωμα της Εκκλησίας για την πανδημία από τον Κορονοϊό

Αδελφοί και τέκνα εν Κυρίω,

Από το Φανάρι, από την καρδιά της Βασιλεύουσας Πόλης, από την πόλη της Αγιά Σοφιάς, της Μεγάλης Εκκλησίας, επικοινωνώ με τα προσφιλή προσωπά σας, με την κάθε μια και τον κάθε ένα, με αφορμή τις πρωτοφανείς συνθήκες, τη δοκιμασία, που διερχόμαστε ως ανθρώπινο γένος, εξαιτίας της παγκόσμιας απειλής που προκαλεί η πανδημία του νέου κορωνοϊου, γνωστού ως Covid-19.

Ο λόγος της Εκκλησίας, της Μητρός Εκκλησίας, δεν είναι δυνατόν να απουσιάζει. Ο λόγος μας, λοιπόν, είναι έτσι όπως έχουμε μάθει από την εμπειρία των αιώνων: ευχαριστιακος, διδακτικός, ενισχυτικός και παρηγορητικός.

Ευχαριστούμε με ειλικρίνεια όλους όσοι αγωνίζονται με αυτοθυσία, και μάλιστα παραμελώντας τους εαυτούς τους και τις οικογένειες τους,

- το ιατρικό και νοσηλευτικό προσωπικό που βρίσκεται στο προσκεφάλι των συνανθρώπων μας που νοσούν,

- τους ερευνητές και τους ειδικούς επιστήμονες που αναζητούν την κατάλληλη φαρμακευτική θεραπεία και το εμβόλιο σωτηρίας από τον ιό,

- αλλά και όλους όσοι απασχολούνται ενεργά για την αντιμετώπιση αυτής της πανδημίας.

Η προσφορά σας, αγαπητοί, είναι ανεκτίμητη. Είναι προσφορά προς όλη την κοινωνία. Είναι θυσία, και αξίζει κάθε τιμή και ευγνωμοσύνη.

Σας ευχαριστούμε και όλοι μαζί σας χειροκροτούμε, όχι μόνο από τα μπαλκόνια των σπιτιών μας, αλλά κάθε στιγμή από την καρδιά μας. Η σκέψη μας και οι προσευχές μας είναι κοντά σας.

Στον αγώνα αυτόν, οι συντεταγμένες πολιτείες, τα κράτη και οι αρμόδιες υγειονομικές Αρχές, έχουν την κυρίαρχη ευθύνη για τον σχεδιασμό, την ορθή αντιμετώπιση και την υπέρβαση αυτής της κρίσης. Θα μπορούσε να τους χαρακτηρίσει κάποιος ως Στρατηγούς στη μάχη για την αντιμετώπιση του αόρατου, αλλά γνωστού πια, εχθρού. Ενός εχθρού που στρέφεται κατά της ανθρωπότητος.

Η ευθυνη αυτή, που σηκώνουν στους ώμους τους, απαιτεί απαραίτητα τη συνεργασία όλων μας. Είναι ώρα ατομικής και κοινωνικής, συλλογικής, ευθύνης.

Γι’αυτο παιδιά μου, όπου γης, σας προτρέπω πατρικά να ανταποκρίνεστε με ακρίβεια και υπομονή σε όλα τα δύσκολα, αλλά απαραίτητα, μέτρα που λαμβάνουν οι υγειονομικές υπηρεσίες και τα κράτη. Όλα γίνονται για την προστασία μας, για το κοινό καλό, για τον περιορισμό της διασποράς του ιού. Άρα, η απαλλαγή μας από την οδύνη του εξαρτάται απόλυτα από τη δική μας συνεργασία.

Ίσως κάποιοι από εσάς αισθάνθηκαν ότι με τα δραστικά αυτά μέτρα υποτιμάται ή θίγεται η πίστη.

Όμως αυτό που κινδυνεύει,

δεν είναι η πίστη αλλά οι πιστοί,

δεν είναι ο Χριστός, αλλά οι Χριστιανοί μας,

δεν είναι ο Θεάνθρωπος αλλά εμείς οι άνθρωποι.

Η πίστη μας είναι βαθιά θεμελιωμένη στις ρίζες του πολιτισμού μας. Η πίστη μας είναι ζωντανή, και καμμία έκτακτη κατάσταση δεν μπορεί να την περιορίσει. Εκείνο που ειναι ανάγκη να περιοριστεί είναι οι συναθροίσεις, οι μεγάλες συγκεντρώσεις προσώπων, λόγω των έκτακτων συνθηκών. Να μείνουμε στο σπίτι. Να προφυλαχθούμε και να προφυλάξουμε τους γύρω μας. Εκεί, η κάθε μία και ο κάθε ένας να προσευχηθεί για όλη την ανθρωπότητα, στηριζόμενοι στη δύναμη της πνευματικής μας ενότητας.

Θα βιώσουμε αυτή την περίοδο ως πορεία στην έρημο για να φθάσουμε με ασφάλεια στη Γη της Επαγγελίας, όταν η επιστήμη, με τη χάρη του Θεού, κερδίσει τη μάχη με τον ιό. Γιατί είμαστε βέβαιοι ότι, και με τις δικές μας προσευχές, θα την κερδίσει. Τότε, λοιπόν, καλό είναι να είμαστε όλοι μαζί, εδώ, ενωμένοι πνευματικά, συνεχίζοντας τον αγώνα της μετανοίας και του αγιασμού.

Βλέπουμε συνανθρώπους μας να υποφέρουν από τις συνέπειες του ιού, άλλοι ήδη υπέκυψαν και έφυγαν από δίπλα μας. Η Εκκλησία μας εύχεται και προσεύχεται για την αποθεραπεία των ασθενών, για την ανάπαυση των ψυχών των θυμάτων, αλλά και για την ενίσχυση και ενδυνάμωση των οικογενειών αυτών που επλήγησαν.

Και αυτη η δοκιμασία θα περάσει. Θα φυγουν τα σύννεφα, και ο Ήλιος της Δικαιοσύνης θα εξαλείψει τη θανατηφόρα επίδραση του ιού. Όμως η ζωή μας θα έχει αλλάξει. Και η δοκιμασία είναι μία ευκαιρία να αλλάξει προς το καλύτερο. Προς την κατεύθυνση της εδραίωσης της αγάπης και της αλληλεγγύης.

Η ευλογία του Κυρίου, τέκνα εν Κυρίω, με τις πρεσβείες της Υπεραγίας Θεοτόκου, της Ευαγγελιστρίας, να είναι παρούσα στην πορεία όλων μας, να μετατρέπει την εκούσια απομόνωση σε αληθινή κοινωνία, να γίνει η προσευχή και ο προορισμός μας, να γίνει το νόημα και η επιστροφή μας σε ο,τι αληθινό, σε ο,τι Θεω ευάρεστον!

Καλή δύναμη! Ο Θεός μαζί μας!

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