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The Sunday of Orthodoxy is the first Sunday of Great Lent. The dominant theme of this Sunday since 843 has been that of the victory of the icons. In that year the iconoclastic controversy, which had raged ...
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Another great weekend. Thank you D-Buck advisers and coaches for taking such a good care of our GOYANs. You all representing our Holy Trinity well and we are proud of each and everyone of you.
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The Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church, Dallas, was founded in 1915 by immigrants from Orthodox countries, predominantly Greece. Our first church home was in South Dallas at Riggs and Sanger. In the early ...
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Light up the Christmas Tree! Christmas Concert and Tree Lighting Ceremony Parishioners gather to sing carols, share fellowship and have refreshments.
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The Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church community is celebrating the 60th year of sharing heartfelt hospitality and culture with thousands of eager visitors. Delicious cuisine and pastries authentically ...
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In preparation for the 60th Greek Food Festival of Dallas the Holy Trinity Hellenic Dancers (HTHD) taped a dance performance for Fox Channel 4 News! Great job kids!!!
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Big Thank You our Wonderful and Dedicated Volunteers!! Ευχαριστώ πολύ!!!
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Name Day Celebration
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Each year Camp Emmanuel offers participants ages 11-18 an opportunity to retreat away from the everyday and experience life in a nurturing Orthodox Christian community. Camp Emmanuel utilizes the Manzano ...
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Each year Camp Emmanuel offers participants ages 11-18 an opportunity to retreat away from the everyday and experience life in a nurturing Orthodox Christian community. Camp Emmanuel utilizes the Manzano ...
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Welcome to our new Youth Director, Demetrios Buck The Holy Trinity clergy and Parish Council are very happy to announce the arrival of our parish's new Youth Director, Demetrios Buck. Demetrios comes to ...
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Θεοτόκε Παρθένε, χαῖρε, κεχαριτωμένη Μαρία, ὁ Κύριος μετὰ σοῦ. εὐλογημένη σὺ ἐν γυναιξί, καὶ εὐλογημένος ὁ ...
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Sky Ranch, Texas
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At midnight Saturday, the life-giving Resurrection of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ is celebrated. Before midnight, the Odes of Lamentation of the previous day are repeated. The Orthros of the Resurrection ...
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On Holy Saturday morning, the Vesperal Divine Liturgy is celebrated. In this Liturgy, the Resurrection of Christ is celebrated and the triumph over death is proclaimed in the hymns and the readings from ...
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On Holy Friday evening, we sing the Orthros of Holy Saturday, consisting of psalms, hymns and readings, dealing with the death of Christ. During the Orthros, the congregation will join in chanting the ...
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In the evening, in the Orthros of Holy Friday, the Church recalls the Passion of the Lord, from His betrayal by Judas Iscariot, His agony and arrest at Gethsemane, His trial by Jewish religious leaders ...
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On the afternoon or evening of Great and Holy Wednesday, the Sacrament or Mystery of Holy Unction is conducted in Orthodox parishes. The Sacrament of Holy Unction is offered for the healing of soul and ...
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On this day, Palm Sunday, we celebrate the resplendent and glorious feast of the entry of our Lord, God and Savior Jesus Christ into Jerusalem. On Palm Sunday evening, the Church celebrates the Orthros ...
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Following the Saturday of Lazarus Liturgy parishioners filed into the church hall and strips of Palm are distributed. There the tradition “how to make a palm” continues its path to the next generation. Palm ...
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March 25th Celebration in honor of both the Annunciation of the Theotokos and Greek Independence Day
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The Sunday of Orthodoxy is the first Sunday of Great Lent. The dominant theme of this Sunday since 843 has been that of the victory of the icons. In that year the iconoclastic controversy, which had raged ...
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Our youth compete at the church's St. John Chrysostom Oratorical Festival, March 6th, 2016. The St. John Chrysostom Oratorical Festival provides Greek Orthodox teenagers the opportunity to write and talk ...
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In order to understand the role of Greek Godparents at Easter, it helps to understand what their overall role really is. Essentially, they’re tasked with guiding the Godchild during their path of learning ...
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“The most important customary food for New Year’s is the Vasilopita (Basilopita or Basil’s Bread). It is presented in honor of Saint Basil. According to tradition, sweet bread is prepared in the ...
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On January 1st, we celebrate one of the most beloved saints of the Church, Saint Basil the Great. St. Basil was born in Caesaria which would be modern day Kayseri, Turkey around 330 AD. He was born into ...
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Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church and the Greek Community of DFW, we are happy to announce our Centennial Celebration in 2015. This birthday milestone celebrates . . . “100 years of Faith, Service and ...
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#PartyGreek! September 25, 26 and 27 Enjoy a fresh take on a tasty favorite as The Greek Food Festival of Dallas celebrates Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church’s centennial. Marking 100 years of faith, ...
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Good Day Dallas, Channel 4 Dallas Greek Dancers
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Greek Roots and Cowboy Boots
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As you can see from the picture above the Scaffolding is in the Church and the installation of Iconography has begun.
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The Apostles on the day of Pentecost, when the Church was established, were entrusted with the responsibility of continuing the saving work of Christ for future generations. The Sacrament of Holy Orders ...
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Lord and Savior, You have taught us to honor and respect our fathers and mothers, and to show love and obedience toward them. We fervently pray, from the depth of our hearts, and ask you to bless our Fathers, ...
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Teaching Divine Liturgy for the benefit of the youth from Greek Orthodox Metropolis of Denver.
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Each year Camp Emmanuel offers participants ages 11-18 an opportunity to retreat away from the everyday and experience life in a nurturing Orthodox Christian community. Camp Emmanuel utilizes the Manzano ...
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Each year Camp Emmanuel offers participants ages 11-18 an opportunity to retreat away from the everyday and experience life in a nurturing Orthodox Christian community. Camp Emmanuel utilizes the Manzano ...
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Celebrating our 100th Anniversary with Altar Servers from 1965-1975
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Memorial Day service at Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church's Chapel of the Resurrection. May their memories be ever eternal. Ζοι σε Σας!
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What is a Panigiri? A Panigiri is a centuries old traditional festival organized during the summer months mainly in the villages of Greek islands where the main saint is celebrated. The host of the festival ...
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Father Chris on the House Floor at the Texas State Capital (Austin, Texas) giving the opening prayer and the reading of the resolution for our Centennial accompanied by twenty-five parishioners.
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Annual AHEPA Easter Picnic Christ’s Resurrection and victory is affirmed in this morning’s theme. The Gospel is read in several languages to illustrate the universality of the Good News of the Resurrection ...
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The Lamentations of the previous night are repeated and the church is plunged into darkness to symbolize the despair and defeat experienced before the dawn of Christ’s victory over the Enemy of our salvation. ...
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On Great and Holy Friday the Orthodox Church commemorates the death of Christ on the Cross. This is the culmination of the observance of His Passion by which our Lord suffered and died for our sins. This ...
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On the Sunday before the Feast of Great and Holy Pascha and at the beginning of Holy Week, the Orthodox Church celebrates one of its most joyous feasts of the year. Palm Sunday is the commemoration of ...
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March 25th Celebration in honor of both the Annunciation of the Theotokos and Greek Independence Day
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ORTHOS DOXA opening reception will be held from 5-7:00 p.m. today at the Museum of Biblical Art. The name of this exhibition, Orthos Doxa, is taken from two Greek words meaning ‘true worship’ or ‘straight/correct ...
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The St. John Chrysostom Oratorical Festival was created by the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese Department of Religious Education in 1983 to provide junior and senior high school students an opportunity to research ...
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The Sunday of Orthodoxy is the first Sunday of Great Lent. The dominant theme of this Sunday since 843 has been that of the victory of the icons. In that year the iconoclastic controversy, which had raged ...
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Serving as a godparent is a great blessing and spiritual responsibility. And if we allow Him to, God nurtures special spiritual relationships between godchildren and godparents and with their families ...
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The St. John Chrysostom Oratorical Festival provides Greek Orthodox teenagers the opportunity to write and talk about their faith. The Oratorical Festival Program begins at the parish level and is divided ...
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A Huge Thank you to Nicholas Savas and the IV On-the-Go staff for an awesome weekend!
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They were highly influential bishops of the early church who played pivotal roles in shaping Christian theology. In Eastern Christianity they are also known as the Three Great Hierarchs and Ecumenical ...
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The annual Metropolis of Denver GOYA Basketball Event is held over the Martin Luther King Jr. weekend each January. Teams and individuals from throughout the Metropolis join in this opportunity for Chrisitian ...
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Our community coming together to support St. Barbara's Philoptochos chapter on their Vasilopita fundraising efforts for St. Basil Academy. www.stbasil.goarch.org/ January ...
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Divine Liturgy of the Thronal Feast of the Ecumenical Patriarchate: On Sunday, November 30, 2014, the Ecumenical Patriarchate celebrated its Thronal Feast on the occasion of the Feast of St. Andrew, First-Called ...
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The Festival was first held in Dallas in 1956 and having celebrated its 50th anniversary in 2006, the Greek Food Festival has grown into an event of national importance, featuring the best of Greek dinners, ...
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Teens and young adults that participate in Ionian Village travel across Greece, venerate the relics of saints, walk in the footsteps of the Apostles, and visit significant sites of Greek history and culture. ...
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Camp Emmanuel offers two sessions each summer (Junior Session and Senior Session), each one week in length. The Junior session is for young people ages 11-14 and the Senior Session for ages 15-18. Camp ...
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Camp Emmanuel offers two sessions each summer (Junior Session and Senior Session), each one week in length. The Junior session is for young people ages 11-14 and the Senior Session for ages 15-18. Camp ...
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The service of the Anastasis will begin at 11:00 p.m. on Holy Saturday evening, with the chanting of the Canon. Shortly before midnight, the light of the Resurrected Christ will be given to all the faithful. ...
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On Holy Saturday morning we celebrate the theme of faithfulness receiving its reward. The crucifixion is over, Christ is buried, the twelve apostles and other disciples are scattered and defeated. And ...
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The Lamentations and the Epitaphios Procession-The Lamentations are short, poetic verses lamenting the Passion, Death and Burial of Christ. Interspersed with the Lamentations are Psalm verses from Psalm ...
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In this service, we commemorate the undeserved suffering of Jesus Christ, endured for our sake, so that we might be reconciled anew to God our Father. The Gospel readings witness for us the betrayal and ...
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St. John Chrysostom Oratorical Festival provides Greek Orthodox teenagers the opportunity to write and talk about their faith. The Oratorical Festival Program begins at the parish level and is divided ...
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The annual Metropolis of Denver GOYA Basketball Event is held over the Martin Luther King Jr. weekend each January. Teams and individuals from throughout the Metropolis join in this opportunity for Chrisitian ...
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On January 1st, we celebrate one of the most beloved saints of the Church, Saint Basil the Great. St. Basil was born in Caesaria which would be modern day Kayseri, Turkey around 330 AD. He was born into ...
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The kids were having a great time learning about their faith, singing hymns of praise, doing a t-shirt tie-dying project, and enjoying fellowship with one another.
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Book Signing with Nia Vandals; from Big Fat Greek Wedding
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The most common icon associated with the Veneration of the Cross is the same icon used on the Feast of the Veneration of the Cross on September 14. In the icon, Patriarch Macarius is standing in the pulpit ...
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The St. John Chrysostom Oratorical Festival was created by the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese Department of Religious Education in 1983 to provide junior and senior high school students an opportunity to research ...
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The annual basketball tournament brings together GOYANS and family members from throughout the Metropolis. It is the largest gathering of any kind in the Metropolis and offers an atmosphere of Christian ...
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Holy Trinity Hellenic Dancers dancing at the Texas State Fair
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Thyranoixia: (Greek "Θυρανοίξια" literally "opening of the doors") is the dedication of a church upon its completion. The bishop performs the hagiasmos (ἁγιασμός) ...
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For those 50 and over, this organization was formed in 1997 to promote fellowship, recreation, and education. Luncheons or other activities are held between October through June, after which there is ...
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A BIG Thank You to the Buger House who fed everyone Hot Dogs & Hamburgers with all the fixings!
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With heavy hearts we had to bid farewell to the Boardman Family as they relocate to NC. They have been the directors of our HTHD for the last seven years! We will miss them and are thankful for all they ...
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Construction of Pan-Orthodox Pavilion at Restland Memorial Park
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Church tours being conducted during Greek Food Festival of Dallas.
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Holy Trinity Hellenic Dancers performing at the Greek Food Festival of Dallas.
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The Festival was first held in Dallas in 1956 and having celebrated its 50th anniversary in 2006, the Greek Food Festival has grown into an event of national importance, featuring the best of Greek dinners, ...
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photos by Christina Pappas
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The Festival was first held in Dallas in 1956 and having celebrated its 50th anniversary in 2006, the Greek Food Festival has grown into an event of national importance, featuring the best of Greek dinners, ...
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photos by Christina Pappas
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Enjoy the delicious tastes of Greece right here in Dallas. Parishioners gather weeks before the festival to prepare a variety of authentic foods and treats
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In the Greek Orthodox Church the last week of Christ’s life is called Holy Week. Each day is designated in the service books as “great and holy.” There are special services every day of the week ...
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The Festival was first held in Dallas in 1956 and having celebrated its 50th anniversary in 2006, the Greek Food Festival has grown into an event of national importance, featuring the best of Greek dinners, ...