COVID-19 Church Reservation Ticketing System (IMPORTANT!)

Church services will resume, beginning on May 31st.  Due to the CT state mandate we are only allowed 50 people in the church at any one time.  Considering we have 13 individuals  including Father George, supporting the service, we can only allow 37 attendees each Sunday.  We  implemented an online ticketing system, which will allow you to select the date and number of "no-cost" tickets your would like to acquire.  We are asking that you only reserve seats for one Sunday service during the next month or so, allowing everyone to attend during this period.  Please click the following button to reserve your seats.

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Sunday School

The philosophy of our Greek Orthodox Sunday School Program is based on a Christocentric approach, which prepares the students with principles of the Orthodox Faith, encouraging them to grow in God’s Service.

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Greek Youth Language School

Special courses of Modern Greek Literature and Culture and of Ancient Greek are offered upon request.Our Greek teachers are qualified, specialized and experienced in teaching Greek as a foreign language. Moreover the course is accompanied by lectures, activities and various tours that illuminate the contemporary Greek culture.

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Youth Athletic League

Orthodox Church Youth Athletic League (MYAL) provides recreational basketball programs for both boys and girls in grades K - 12.  The program features instruction, equal playing time, weekly practices & games against other churches (grades 3-12).

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Thank You Mr. & Mrs. Phani Papachristos for sponsoring the Palm Sunday Luncheon in memory of their mother Thelka Effe.

Since 1993

Welcome to Holy Trinity

Welcome to Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church of Bridgeport Online!  Here you can discover information about our parish, culture, and Orthodox Christianity. Our Holy Trinity parish began with only a handful of families in 1913.  Our membership is diverse - one does not need to be Greek to become Orthodox. We hope that your journey here will be educational, informative, and spiritual and that it will lead our paths to cross.

A century of Faith

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