“I have come that they may have life, and that they may have it more abundantly”

We invite you to grow with us in prayer, community, and faith in the light of our Risen 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 delighted to be together with you in worshiping the Holy Trinity.

  • (415) 673-8565

  • info​@holy-trinity.org

Recent Posts

Yale Chorus at Cathedral this Sunday!

We’re excited to host the Yale Russian Chorus at Holy Trinity Cathedral on Sunday, March 19, at 1:00 pm! This concert of sacred music is free and open to the public (suggested donation of $20 welcome but not required; proceeds beyond costs will be donated to Earthquake relief efforts in the Middle East). The Yale Russian Chorus (YRC) is a tenor-bass a cappella choral ensemble specializing in sacred and secular Slavic choral music. Chorus members are Yale University students from…

March 12, 2023

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.

2023 Lenten Retreat

Please join us for our Annual Lenten Retreat: Saturday, March 18, 2023 Standing in the temple of thy glory: liturgical theology in the hymns and prayers of Lent and Holy Week The Rev. Dn. Vitaly Permiakov, Ph.D. Assistant Professor of Liturgical Theology St. Vladimir’s Orthodox Theological Seminary Father Deacon Vitaly teaches Liturgical Theology at St. Vladimir’s Seminary and serves as the “Ecclesiarch” responsible for the divine services in the seminary chapel. Born in Latvia, Dn. Vitaly relocated to the United…

“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