- Your home does NOT have to be spotless, but should be free of clutter on the floor, like toys, which may cause Father to trip or fall.
- A table should be prepared with a white cloth where an icon, a candle, a small bowl, holy water and a list of first names of everyone you want Father to pray for during the service for their health. If you do not have Holy Water, please let Father know and he will bring a bottle of for you to keep.
- If you have any small items, like crosses or icons, that you want blessed, place them on the table and let Father know.
- Turn off all radios and TVs. Take the phone off the hook during the short blessing service. Cell phones should be turned off. Just remember to place the phone back on the hook and turn on your cell phone at the end of the service.
- Close all doors to rooms you do not want Father to enter -- open all doors and turn the lights on in the home, otherwise.
- A family member should lead Father around the home during the blessing. Children may do this, girls or boys.
- If you have a pet, they may also receive a blessing, but please keep them under control to prevent them from jumping on Father or getting under his feet.
- I look forward to sharing this special blessing with you and your family. Many Years!!
“When you sit down to eat, pray. When you eat bread, do so thanking Him for being so generous to you. If you drink wine, be mindful of Him who has given it to you for your pleasure and as a relief in sickness. When you dress, thank Him for His kindness in providing you with clothes. When you look at the sky and the beauty of the stars, throw yourself at God’s feet and adore Him who in His wisdom has arranged things in this way. Similarly, when the sun goes down and when it rises, when you are asleep or awake, give thanks to God, who created and arranged all things for your benefit, to have you know, love and praise their Creator.”– St. Basil the Great
Holy Trinity is a diverse and welcoming parish of the Carpatho Russian Diocese, under the Ecumenical Patriarchate.
His Grace, Bishop Gregory of Nyssa, is our diocesan ruling hierarch.
Divine Liturgy is offered Sunday at 10 am. As a reminder, only those Orthodox Christians who are properly prepared are invited to receive Holy Communion.
Everyone is invited downstairs following Divine Liturgy for Coffee Hour and Fellowship. Come down and meet Fr. Luke and the parishioners.
Our parish offers many opportunities to pray, to study and learn more about Jesus Christ and His Holy Orthodox Church.
If you have any questions about the Orthodox Church, our Faith, or our parish please feel free to contact Fr. Luke. He is more than happy to meet with you and talk.