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.
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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!
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!
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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.
Desert Diamonds (Senior Parishioners and their guests) have a busy 2021-2022 planned! First up - lunch on September 13th. Contact Julie Karoutas to make your reservations.
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Feed the Homeless
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The first Festival - then called a bazaar - was in in 1960, making 2021 the 60th year (accounting for the pandemic year without a Festival) for putting on this annual event. Always the second weekend of October, this year the Original Phoenix Greek Festival is October 8th, 9th, and 10th.
We at Holy Trinity Greek School deeply believe in the importance of learning and preserving the Greek Language and Culture. The students attending Greek School for eight months (September-May) learn, write, and read with special attention to Greek Culture. Throughout the year the students are exposed to Greek Culture in many ways: they discuss religious holidays and customs, learn history, cooking regional traditional dishes, mythology, and arts. Our school presents three cultural programs during the year, one in December to celebrate the Holidays, one in March to honor the Greek Independence Day, and the last by the end of May during graduation. All programs are greatly enjoyed by our students and give them the opportunity to show off their abilities in cooking, poetry, music, and dancing, for all family and friends. If you are not familiar with our Greek School here is a brief outline of our program:
PK/K: The students learn the sound system and basic vocabulary in a fun and a happy environment. Children as young as four years old can start Greek School.
Level 1: This Level makes the transition from a purely speaking class to the reading and writing format. The students learn the Greek Alphabet, reading, writing, vocabulary and phrases leading to conversation.
Level 2: The students are able to read sentences, write and spell and use basic conversation. Grammar is introduced.
Level 3: Longer texts are introduced. The students study vocabulary, spelling and conversation. Grammar is taught in detail. Geography, history, mythology is a very important part in all levels
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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.
Call Bessie Hotis for more information.
Kindergarten through 5th grade.
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!
Maids of Athena embrace the following goals and principles: Sisterhood, Service, Citizenship, Hellenism, Family and Arete or Virtue.
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.
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.
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.
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Email Charlie DeMoss for more information.
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.
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.
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4 year olds through high school
Email Director Kathy New
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!
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.
Curious about any of the above organizations? We would enjoy telling you more!