Holy Trinity Orthodox Church
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We hope it is helpful. If you are
contemplating a first or return visit to
an Orthodox Church, or if you are
travelling and looking for a home
away from home, we sincerely hope
you will join us where two or three are
gathered in His name, in one place.
Community Announcements
Updated: Jan. 10, 2019

January 12: Orthodox Game League at Holy Trinity

Holy Trinity will host the first 2019 Orthodox Game League gathering, on Saturday, January 12, after Vespers and our monthly potluck. These gatherings are a chance for adults (age 18 and up) to spend an evening (or part of an evening - dropping in when you can is just fine) playing games together -- board games, card games, and more. Flier with event details here, and FAQ sheet here. All adults are welcome and encouraged to check out the fun!

January 27: Parish Annual Meeting

Note that our annual meeting for this year is scheduled for Sunday, January 27, after Liturgy at Archangel Michael Hall. Materials will be emailed ahead of the meeting to members.

Call for Brass Ensemble

Eric Saathoff would like to put together a brass ensemble for next year's Christmas talent share. He plays the baritone/euphonium, and is interested in hearing from people who would like to play a horn and/or people who have an extra horn sitting around. Some of you haven't played trumpet in a decade, but they say it's just like kissing a bike... or something like that. Email ericsaathoff@gmail.com if you are interested or willing to loan a piece of brass.

Do You Like Numbers? We have some for you!

We’re recruiting an auditor for next year. It’s a two-year term, but the job happens only once each year, before the annual meeting, it takes only two hours to complete, and it follows some crystal clear "best practices" instructions you will be given to follow, so you'll know exactly how to approach the task. And you will have beside you the senior auditor (this year it’s Andrea Bassett), who has been through it all at least once before. So what could be more manageable than that? If interested in helping out, please contact our bookkeeper Wendy Hyre. She’ll be able to answer any further questions you may have. Thank you!

January 19: Men's Fellowship 

We’re starting a men’s fellowship at Holy Trinity. The plan is to meet monthly on a Saturday morning, with the first meeting on Saturday, January 19, at Archangel Michael Hall at the early hour of 7:30 am. Come for fellowship and a simple breakfast. If you’d like to attend, please reach out to Matthew Pennington (matthewcpennington@gmail.com) or Dan Bassett (daniel.m.bassett@gmail.com).

Holy Trinity Food Shelf

If you plan to shop for the food shelf this week, we could use canned meats and fish, any variety of canned vegetables, and also pasta and rice. We do NOT need any more black beans or tomato soup. Also, if you haven't lately, please take a moment to review our food shelf guidelinesContact Ronda Wintheiser with any questions or suggestions. Thank you! 

Church School

Sunday classes: January 20 and 27
Saturday church school: January 12

Adult Education

No adult education session on January 13




























Upcoming Services & Events
Friday, January 11
9:00 am - Matins

Saturday, January 12
3:30 pm - Choir rehearsal
4:00 pm - Church school
5:00 pm - Great Vespers
Potluck after Vespers


Sunday, January 13
Note: No Sunday church school or adult education
10:00 am - Divine Liturgy


Tuesday, January 15
7:00 pm - Parish Council meeting

How to Find Us
Holy Trinity Orthodox Church
956 Forest Street
St. Paul, Minnesota 55106


Contact Information
Call 651.771.5614 for:
• directions to Holy Trinity
• information on service times

To subscribe to the Holy Trinity weekly e-mail bulletin, e-mail .

Clergy
Father Jonathan Proctor, Rector
Phone: 651.644.4383


Father Thaddeus Wojcik (Retired)

Father Andrew Jaye


Deacon Kelsios Willis