OXI Day Celebration – Sunday Oct. 25th, 2020

The Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Community of London and Vicinity is  Celebrating OXI DAY. Due to Covid we are only allowed 25 persons at the Cenotaph so only 1 representative of each organization has been invited to attend at the Cenotaph. Below is the scheduled times for the Celebration:

9am – Noon: Orthros, Divine Liturgy followed by Doxology at Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church
12:15 pm Boxed Lunch Sale outside Church
12:40 – 1 pm Ceremony at Victoria Park Cenotaph (attendance by invitation only)

Following Church Service pick up your boxed lunch (includes 2 souvlakia, 2 spanakopita, rice, pita bread and Tzaziki) for $10.

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Church Services are Broadcast Live

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WATCH Live   Next Church Services to be broadcast:

  • Sunday Oct 25:  7th Sunday of Luke:  9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. Bilingual Texts => Orthros Liturgy
  • Sunday Nov 1:  9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. Bilingual Texts => Orthros Liturgy


Click on the image and adjust your laptop or cell phone volume to hear the church service.

Link for all bilingual texts of our Holy Services:   All services  (This initiative is made available by; AGES Initiatives, Charlotte, North Carolina).
Additional Sacraments & Services Link (ie. Memorial, Blessing of Bread):  Add’tl Sacraments\Services

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Missions Committee

Helping Others:  We are collecting items most needed by Mission Service of London.

Needed Items (New only)
Men’s Deodorant
Toothbrush and Toothpaste
Shampoo and Conditioner
Men’s Boxer Briefs (small, med, large)
Men’s Running Shoes (size 10 and up)

A donation box will be in the church for those wishing to donate items.
Thank you for your support!

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Church Volunteers Needed

Our Holy Trinity Church is in need of volunteers to act as ushers during services. If you feel comfortable in attending Church with the protocols we have put in place, please call or text the church office at:
519-438-7951 or email to htoffice @bellnet.ca.
We need 9 volunteers for each Sunday Divine Liturgy and a few less for weekday services. You must be 18 years of age or older and must be comfortable wearing a mask and gloves while inside our Church. Please consider helping out.
Thank you

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Holy Articles for Parishioners – July 5th

By the grace of the Holy Trinity, the prayers of the Theotokos and all the Saints, as of June 21, 2020 we have reopened the doors of the Church. We thank you all for your continued support and look forward to seeing you all in Church for worship. 
This Sunday July 5, 2020 at the conclusion of the Divine Liturgy we will distribute to the faithful in attendance the following:
1) the Palm crosses (Βα’ι’α) from Palm Sunday
2) the Holy Oil (Άγιο Ευχέλαιο) from Holy Wednesday
3) the flowers (λουλούδια Επιτάφιου) from Holy Friday 
4) the Holy Light (Φώς) from Easter. You may bring your own Lantern for the Holy Light.

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Church re-opens on Sunday, June 21, 2020

Dear Faithful Parishioners,

On Sunday, June 21, 2020 our Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church will re-open at 8:15am.  Parishioners will enter on a first-come, first-served basis until a capacity of 30% attendance has been reached.  NO additional parishioners will be allowed to enter into the Church.  Please wait at the Church entrance for a council member to guide you into the Church and follow the guidelines. We highly recommend that a face covering be worn by all parishioners attending services.

IMPORTANT:  Click here to read complete guidelines for attending church (Entering/Leaving church, Seating Arrangements, Communion protocols etc).

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Easter Message – Father Konstantine

Christ is Risen from the Dead, Trampling down Death by death, And upon those in the tombs, Bestowing Life.

     This year’s Coronavirus Pandemic has posed great challenges to our community, our city and the whole world.  So many people have been affected by COVID-19 and with great sadness many have perished, “Eternal be their Memory.”   Strict measures have been imposed on our livelihoods.  We have self isolated to protect ourselves and our neighbours.  We have prayed the Holy Services from our “house churches” via the live stream of our Holy Trinity Church. Having sojourned through the Lenten 40 day period we have now arrived at the empty tomb.  Like the Myrrh-bearing women we have bore witness to our Resurrected Lord Jesus Christ and have celebrated another Pascha; our Saviour has trampled and conquered death through His Passion.  Through His Life-Giving Resurrection He has delivered us from the exile of sin and death, and a new day has dawned on all of us faithful.    
     With this year’s humble celebration of Pascha …

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