Organizations

AHEPA

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Chapter 219 began in 1929. The mission of the AHEPA Family is to promote Hellenism, Education, Philanthropy, Civic Responsibility, and Family and Individual Excellence


Email AHEPA #219

Link to the Chapter website

All Saints Camp

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Since the first sleep-away camp in the early '80s, this ministry has grown into a vibrant week-long opportunity for our area youth to connect with Orthodoxy and each other.


Link to the website

Link to the Facebook page

Altar Servers

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If you are  boy of about 8 or older, what better way to serve our Lord and the Cathedral than by becoming an Altar boy? This is a wonderful experience and we would love to have you. 


Email for more information

Bible Study

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Bible Study will resume in the Fall in the Lounge of the Speros Center. No rsvp necessary, just come on by with your Bible!


Email for more information



Bookstore - St. Nectarios Bookstore

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St. Nectarios Books & Beyond is here for all your book, cd, dvd, icon, cross, incense … well, most any Orthodox-related supply needs! There's a reason "Beyond" is in the name!


Link to the website

Email for more information

Campus Maintenance

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There is always a project needing to be done on a campus as large and vibrant as ours! Look for the "Maintenance Corner" page in the current and upcoming issues of the Desert Springs.


Current Desert Springs

Choir & Chanters

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Do you like to sing? Interested in Byzantine chant? There is much opportunity to participate in these ministries! A thorough overview was presented in the August 2018 Desert Springs issue.


Email Terri Alexon (Choir)

Email George Duvall (Byzantine Choir)



Dance - Greek Folk Dance

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Practices are underway for the seven (yes, seven!) groups who will dance at the upcoming 58th annual Original Phoenix Greek Festival! Contact Director Niko for more information.


Email the Dance Director

Link to the Facebook Page

Daughters of Penelope

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Founded nationally in 1929, the Daughters of Penelope Helenos Chapter #432 is a leader in local educational and civic  activities through community service and volunteerism. 


Email for more information

Link to the Facebook Page

Desert Diamonds (50+)

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Desert Diamonds (Senior Parishioners and their guests) have a busy 2018-2019 planned! First up - brunch on September 20th. Contact Julie Karoutas by September 17th to make your reservations.


Email Desert Diamonds

Feed the Homeless

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Feed the Homeless

Greek Festival - Original Phoenix

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The first festival - then called a bazaar - was in in 1960, making this the 58th year for putting on this annual event. Always the second weekend of October, this year the Original Phoenix Greek Festival is October 12th, 13th, and 14th.


Link to the website

Greek School

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Greek School

For more information on enrollment, 

email Irene Mackos.

Hellenic Museum

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 Located in the Speros Center, the Museum displays vintage photographs and other historic artifacts related to pioneer Greek families in Phoenix from the early 1900s, the founding in 1930 of the first Hellenic Orthodox Church in Arizona, and up to the relocation in 1973 to the present site of Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Cathedral.

Holy Trinity Academy

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Holy Trinity Academy (HTA) is our on-campus parochial preschool and kindergarten. Students learn about Orthodoxy, fine arts, and gardening along with their traditional lessons!


Link to the website

HOPE & JOY

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Kindergarten through 5th grade. 


Email Karla DeLord

Email Alexia Haugen

Little Lambs

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Birth through Preschool

Little Lambs is an introduction to our church for young families looking to get involved, meet new  people, and introduce Greek heritage to their youngest children 5 and under. We have several fun events throughout the year and encourage you to reach out and join us!


Email Angela Scopelianos

Maids of Athena

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Maids of Athena  embrace the following goals and principles: Sisterhood, Service, Citizenship, Hellenism, Family and Arete or Virtue.


Email for more info  here.

Link to the Facebook page.

Myrrhbearers

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On Holy Friday and Holy Saturday, young girls - ‘myrrhbearers’ - represent the myrrhbearing women who came to the tomb to anoint Jesus after He was buried.


Email for more information

Narthex Ministry

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We welcome visitors! Stop by the podium just inside the double doors and let us know who you are. Packets with all kinds of useful information are available.


Email for more information

OPA - Orthodox Parents Association

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The umbrella group  for the Youth Ministry: the OPA Board oversees the activities of Little Lambs, HOPE & JOY, Jr. & Sr. GOYA, Dance, and All Saints Camp.


Email for more information

One Spirit + One Vision

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Email One Spirit + One Vision


Email Charlie DeMoss for more information.

Parish Council

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Members of the Parish Council serve three-year terms and are elected. Any parishioner who has fulfilled the requirements is eligible. Inquire with the Church office for more information.


Contact the Church office

Philoptochos

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What is Philoptochos?

The translation is Philo = Friend 

and Ptochos = Poor.

It is literally “Friend of the Poor.”


Learn more about the St. Katherine Chapter.

Sons of Pericles

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Junior Order of AHEPA

Hellenism, Education, Philanthropy, Civic Responsibility, and Athletics

National website


Contact Greg Vassiliou for more informatio

Sr. & Jr. GOYA

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6th-12th Grades


Email aeliades@holytrintiyphx.org for more information!

Stewardship

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Holy Trinity Cathedral is a vibrant community - but we can't exist without the contributions of our member parishioners.

 Time - Talents - Treasure

 

Stewardship

Email the Stewardship Director

Sunday School

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4 year olds through high school


Registration Form

Email Kalli Schneider

Email Kay Ehrick

Wedding Coordinator

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Need to reserve a date?

First, contact the Church Office.


Date set?

Email Terri Alexon for more information.

YAL1:19-29

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For those just graduated High School to their mid-30s, come and join our group to learn more about our faith and have some fellowship!



Email: aeliades@holytrinityphx.org

YAL2: 30-49 year olds

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Youth - OPA

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Holy Trinity Cathedral offers many ministries and activities for youth. The Orthodox Parents Association (OPA) is the umbrella organization for youth activities.


Email for more information or to add your email to the bi-weekly OPA email.

Contact Us

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Curious about any of the above organizations? We would enjoy telling you more!


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Choir

Email Terri Alexon

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