Dear Friends and Family of Holy Trinity,
It’s that time of year again! The holidays will soon be here and to celebrate, we are offering our traditional ethnic food and bake sale goodies.
Please place your pre-orders for our home-made perogies; due to popular demand, Sauerkraut perogies can now be pre-ordered. Also available for pre-order: stuffed cabbage, assorted nut and fruit rolls, kielbasa and our famous Russian Tea Cookies. In addition, we will have other baked goods, homemade jams, jellies, and fruit butters (regular and sugar free) all in time for Thanksgiving and Christmas.
Holy Trinity Orthodox Church was happy to present Cynthia Roy President and CEO of Regional Hospice and Palliative Care a check for $1500 dollars for their Healing Hearts bereavement programs. These funds were raised through the 19th Annual Perogie Dash.
RHPC provides bereavement services to families coping with the death of a loved one through its Healing Hearts programs. It is the only program of its kind to service Western Connecticut and nearby New York and is solely funded by donations. For more information about these programs, visit http://regionalhospicect.org/healing-hearts-center-for-grief-loss/
Monthly Food Sale at Holy Trinity Thursday, October 4th – We’ll be selling all of our delicious varieties of perogies: potato/cheese, potato/onion, sauerkraut, potato/cheese/jalapeno and prune as well as stuffed cabbage, nut and fruit rolls and jams. Sale hours will be 4:00-6:00 p.m. at the church hall at 74 Joes Hill Rd. in Danbury. For questions or directions call 203-797-8326.
Events: 5K run and health walk 9 a.m.
1K kids Fun Run 8:30 a.m.
Race Day Registration/Check-in:
Beginning at 7:30 a.m.
Holy Trinity Orthodox Church
74 Joe’s Hill Rd. Danbury, CT
Sponsored by Holy Trinity Orthodox Church to benefit The Healing Hearts Center for Grieving Children and Families in Danbury, CT www.healingheartsct.org
The Orthodox Youth Mission Team left this morning, July 7th from Holy Trinity in Danbury, CT to participate in the Appalachian Service Project (ASP) in Trade, TN. This marks OYMT’s 8th year of doing youth mission work. For the first time, OYMT will have its own pan Orthodox center in Appalachia and the program has expanded to include youth and adult leaders from Georgia, Maryland, Alabama and New Jersey/New York. 59 youth and adult leaders in all will come together to serve our Lord by working with families in Appalachia to help make their” homes warmer, safer and drier.” OYMT is led by the Very Rev. Fr. Luke Mihaly from Holy Trinity in Danbury. The team asks for prayers from the Diocese for a fruitful week. Follow them on OYMT#1 on facebook.
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In case you where not able to make our last concert here is a sample live from the concert on May 5th with The Members of the Chamber Choir of St. Tikhon's Monastery. Enjoy!
Members of the the Chamber Choir of St. Tikhon's Monastery return to sing a program of "Orthodox Hymns" on Saturday May 5th at 7:00 in the evening.
Join us after the performance for wine, cheese and a meet and greet with members of the Choir.
In addition our reception will also include a display of art by members of Holy Trinity Orthodox Church for you to enjoy.