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Theophany Eve 2016

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Engagement of Lisa Mastroberte and Christopher Metz

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Holy Fire at Holy Trinity!!

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Father Nicholas' Sabbatical May 1st - Sept. 1st

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Letter to Our Parishioners from Peter Stavisky's daughter, Daria

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Pierogi and Chowder For Sale in the Kitchen!

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15th Anniversary of Father Nicholas' Ordination - Many Years!

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Fr. Nicholas' Interview with Dr. Albert Rossi - Becoming a Healing Presence|Ancient Faith Ministries

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Holy Trinity's Community Breakfast is held monthly, on the last Saturday of the month from 10 am - 11 am. Our Soup Kitchen is held the 2nd Friday of the month. Each month, a healthy breakfast is served to approximately 40-50 people in Stroudsburg and surrounding communities. Many of our guests are in need of meal, as well as our friendship and conversation. Everyone is welcome to participate in this outreach ministry. How can you help? We need several people to:

- Help shop, set up, cook, serve, converse with our guests
- Clean up - dishes, tables, floors, bathrooms
- Provide transportation
Please reply to if you can assist.

Thank you and God bless you for your support. We need your help!

Visitation will be held from 5:00 to 8:00pm, with a Pannikida at 7:30 p.m., on Monday July 24 at Clark Funeral Home, 1003 Main St, Stroudsburg. The funeral service will begin at 10:00am on Tuesday, July 25, at Holy Trinity Orthodox Church, 1501 Trinity Court, Stroudsburg. Interment is in Clarks Summit, at the Clarks Green Cemetery, Cemetery Road, Clarks Green PA.

In lieu of flowers, please donate to Holy Trinity Orthodox Church (Stroudsburg), St Herman’s of Alaska (133 W Broad St, Reading, PA 19607), or Hospice and Community Care, Lancaster, PA.

Adult Religious Formation -- We will continue these next two months to hold our “Food for the Soul” potlock/discussion once a month on Wednesday night after the Paraklesis service to the Theotokos which begins at 5pm. Please check the monthly calendar for dates. Since our Lenten talk series had a won-derful book which we studied, entitled Bread & Water, Wine & Oil we have decided to continue to read out of this book as the basis for our discussions along with showing a short clip of a talk or movie from an Orthodox Christian writer or artist to generate thought and comment, as well. We will also continue to have a fast-worthy potluck meal, “breaking bread” with one another as we also share spiritual food.
Please join us!