Holy Trinity Orthodox Church
Orthodox Church in America
Yonkers, New York
Welcome to Holy Trinity Orthodox Church

Holy Trinity Orthodox Church • Trinity Plaza • 46 Seymour Street • Yonkers, New York 10701
Rectory Telephone: 914-965-6815

Holy Trinity is part of the Orthodox Church in America, our worship and music stem from the Russian tradition and the services are in English. We have many church organizations/groups for all ages and interests including an active Sunday school and choir. Our parish is always striving to put Christ in our lives.

Our parish is a wonderful balance of families, people both young and old, new immigrants and converts from many faiths.  Holy Trinity has a very rich history with three Orthodox saints having been present in our church, St. Tikhon, St. Raphael, and St. Alexander Hotovitzky.

We welcome all to come and experience the glory of our worship and be part of the Church of the Apostles that was founded on the Day of Pentecost 2,000 years ago.

Any questions you have, please contact:

Check our parish calendar to view dates and times of all that is going on in the church.

Vespers on Saturdays at 6:00 p.m.
Divine Liturgy on Sundays at 9:30 a.m.

Enter into the Church and wash away your sins. For here there is a hospital and not a court of law. ~ St. John Chrysostom

Please check out our facebook page and also our youtube channel.

Weekly Message from Holy Trinity

We must prayerfully beseech Gods’ help, we must fill our minds with the Divine word, revealed to us in Holy Scripture and all the teachings of the Church; we must, finally, boldly decide to endure sorrows, which are inevitable on the path to ascending to Divine glory.
Let us, brethren, strive for this glory, not by relying on our own powers, but by praying and immersing ourselves in Divine teaching, let us be ready to accept sorrows for Christ according to His commandments, and He will enable us to participate in His eternal glory in heaven; and we, just as Peter on Mt Tabor, will forget our sorrows and deprivations and will eternally exclaim in spiritual ecstasy: “Lord, it is good for us to be here.” Amen.
~ By Metropolitan Anthony (Khrapovitsky, +1936), the First Hierarch of the Russian Church Abroad delivered during Liturgy at Simferopol Cathedral: Sermon on the Transfiguration of the Lord
First published in Tavricheskije Eparkhijalnije Vedomosti, 1898, No. 16.

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