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“Let us go to the house of the Lord!”

We invite you to be with us in joy, prayer, community, and faith in our Savior, Jesus Christ.

Location Details

1520 Green Street San Francisco, CA 94123

  • We are a faithful and warm community dedicated to serving God and neighbor here in beautiful San Francisco. Our Orthodox Christian services are celebrated in English.

    We are OPEN and you are WELCOME! We are taking safety precautions seriously: face coverings, social distancing, and a health pre-screen are required throughout San Francisco. If you are feeling sick, please view our live-stream.

    This week, in addition to services, we are open for private prayer Tuesday-Saturday from 5 PM to 7 PM or by appointment. Please ask to be on our e-mail list for the latest updates.

  • (415) 673-8565

  • info​@holy-trinity.org

Recent Posts

October 18, 2020

Weekly bulletins are distributed every Sunday at the Divine Liturgy.  They contain Sunday scripture readings, commemorate birthdays and anniversaries, communicate parish announcements, and highlight divine services in the coming week. You can also download the latest bulletin in PDF format here.

October 11, 2020

Weekly bulletins are distributed every Sunday at the Divine Liturgy.  They contain Sunday scripture readings, commemorate birthdays and anniversaries, communicate parish announcements, and highlight divine services in the coming week. You can also download the latest bulletin in PDF format here.

The Liturgy in the World: A perpetual longing

And what do we see in practice? Separated from the will of God and indifferent to it, man’s free will is transformed, as the result of pride, suspicion and hatred, into a world-destroying power which causes both man and nature to groan. Is there no place from which we might expect something decisively new, which could alter the direction of this development?

“In the radiance of His light the world is not commonplace. The very floor we stand on is a miracle of atoms whizzing about in space. The darkness of sin is clarified, and its burden shouldered. Death is robbed of its finality, trampled down by Christ’s death. In a world where everything that seems to be present is immediately past, everything in Christ is able to participate in the eternal present of God.”
– Fr. Alexander Schmemann