Welcome to Holy Trinity-St. Nicholas
Greek Orthodox Church
Witnessing Orthodoxy in the Tri-State since 1907
"Welcome one another, therefore, just as Christ has welcomed you, for the glory of God." - Romans 15:7
Through this website, we are pleased to be able to introduce you to the same worship and fellowship as it is expressed in the life of our Parish. If you are a new member of our Parish, or are considering membership, these web pages will acquaint you with what our Parish offers to those who give it support and sustenance. To those who already belong to our Church, we hope they will provide you with the assurance that your sacrificial offerings are received with profound respect, and are utilized to maximum effectiveness. They will, in any case, enable you to make the informed decisions that are necessary for a meaningful relationship with your Church!
Our Mission Statement
To proclaim, preserve and practice the Orthodox Christian faith, to glorify God, serve our community, and grow our Parish, for the salvation of all.
Our Vision Statement
The vision for Holy Trinity-St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church is to be a devoted Parish where we:
Create a spiritual atmosphere of worship, engagement, fulfillment and inspiration.
Promote the word of God within our families and our communities.
Positively impact each other, knowing that God Himself set an example of love, service and giving.
To download and view the details of the complete Strategy and Next Steps, please: CLICK HERE
We meet for worship every Sunday morning at 8:15 AM followed by a fellowship coffee hour in our community center.
Sundays: Orthros (Matins): 8:15 AM | Divine Liturgy: 9:30 AM
For information on our Lenten and Holy Week services please contact the Church office at (513) 591-0030 between the hours of 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM, Monday through Friday.
Our Monthly Newsletter
CLICK HERE for The Voice Archive Page
The Holy Martyr Agathonicus; Holy Martyr Anthuse; Athanasios the Hieromartyr & Bishop of Tarsus; Afterfeast of the Dormition of our Most Holy Lady the Theotokos and Ever Virgin Mary; The Synaxis of the Icon of the Mother of God of Prusa