• Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church

    • was established in 1925 and incorporated in Wyoming.

    • Traditional Orthodox Divine Liturgy

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  • Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church, Rock Springs, Wyoming
    Reverend Father John Cusulos, Protopresbyter

  • CHURCH SERVICES

CHURCH SERVICES
  • Sunday Divine Liturgy is held at 10.00am. Orthros at 9:00am
    Bible Study is held every Wednesday @ 7 pm.

Bake Sale Information

We are a small Orthodox community. Our profits from this sale go to supporting our church. The kitchen facility remodel, which was necessary for us to continue baking for our community, has been completed. We are still fundraising to finish paying for some of the unforeseen costs. We appreciate all the support that our communities have given us in the past. All of the bake sale items will be available to the general public on November 17,2017 (1:00 pm to 6:00 pm). If we have leftovers-- November 18 from 9 a.m. until all baked goods are gone.

Greek Orthodox Church
Basement

405 N. Street
Friday, November 17th
1pm-6pm

Preorder Information:
Minimum $50
Pre sale from October 16-November 1
Pick up only-no mail orders
Pick up day Monday, November 13 (you will be notified by email for times)

Donating to the Church through Shopping

Calling all those who shop at Smith's! You can now donate to the church through Smith's Community Awards program. The only effort on your part will be connecting your Smith's rewards card to the church. This applies to any Kroger store (for example, Smith's, Loaf and Jug, Bakers, King Soopers, QFC, Ralphs, and others.) Enclosed with this mailing are detailed directions on how to complete this process. Please take a moment to do so. It is a very effortless way to donate to the church.

International Day

We are participating in International Day again this year on Saturday, July 8th. Please start planning now as to how you can help. This is a huge undertaking and with everyone's involvement we can, again, make this a very successful event. We are also looking at possibly serving food at Rods and Rails. We will share those details as information becomes available.

Update on Father John

Christine Faigl has spoken to Father John. He relayed to her that his surgery went well and he is recuperating under the watchful eye of his brother and family. We wish him a speedy recovery. At this time, as the church schedule suggests, we anticipate Father resuming services as he has presented in the schedule.

Earn Money for Our Church

We have an opportunity to earn money for our church with very little effort on our part. For computer users, please go to www.goodsearch.com and download the search engine. When asked to choose your charity, type in Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church-Rock Springs. There is a mobile application available also for the smartphone users. Every time you search with the Goodsearch engine, our church gets a penny. If you choose to purchase off of the internet via the Goodsearch website (literally thousands of common retailers) we get a percentage of the purchase price from participating retailers. Last year we received a check for $16.00. However, if every single computer user from the church downloads and uses this search engine, that amount could be significantly higher. Remember to utilize our connection to the Smith's Rewards card. You can now donate to the church through Smith's Community Awards program. The only effort on your part will be connecting your Smith's rewards card to the church. Directions went out with the September/October newsletter. However, if you have misplaced the directions, drop Jen an e-mail (georgeggeorgeg@msn.com) and she will forward them to you! Again, this is a very easy way to earn money for our church.

The Holy Fire

The Holy Fire ( Ἃγιον Φῶς, “Holy Light”) is described by Orthodox Christians as a miracle that occurs every year at the Church of the Holy Sepulcher in Jerusalem on Holy Saturday. The Holy Fire happens annually on the day preceding Orthodox Pascha (Orthodox Easter), in which a blue light emanates within Jesus Christ’s tomb (usually rising from the marble slab covering the stone bed believed to be that upon which Jesus’ body was placed for burial) now in the Holy Sepulcher, which eventually forms a column containing a form of fire, from which candles are lit, for the Greek Patriarch of Jerusalem and which he interns comes out of the tomb of Christ and light the candles for the clergy and thousands of pilgrims in attendance. The fire is also said to spontaneously light other lamps and candles around the church. Pilgrims and clergy claim that the Holy Fire does not burn them while the Holy Fie is in Jerusalem. A plan was charter to bring the Holy Fire to the United States. While I was in Denver, Colorado this past week. The Holy Fire was given to me. I will offer the Holy Fire to anyone in our Community this Sunday following Divine Liturgy. If you can find a votive candle please bring one to light and take home with you.
Bake Sale Pre-Ordering Closed
October 1, 2017
2rd Sunday of Luke
Orthros 9:00 am
Divine Liturgy 10:00 am

October 8, 2017
3rd Sunday of Luke
Orthros 9:00 am
Divine Liturgy 10:00 am
Parish Council Meeting

October 15, 2017
Sunday of the 7th
Ecumenical Council
Orthros 9:00 am
Divine Liturgy 10:00 am

October 22, 2017
6th Sunday of Luke
Orthros 9:00 am
Divine Liturgy 10:00 am

October 29, 2017
7th Sunday of Luke
Orthros 9:00 am
Divine Liturgy 10:00 am

November 5, 2017
5th Sunday of Luke
Orthros 9:00 am
Divine Liturgy 10:00 am
First Call General Assembly

November 12, 2017
8th Sunday of Luke
Orthros 9:00 am
Divine Liturgy 10:00 am
Assemble Bake Sale Pre-orders

November 13, 2017
Pre-order pick up

November 17, 2017
Bake Sale

November 19, 2017
9th Sunday of Luke
Orthros 9:00 am
Divine Liturgy 10:00 am
General Assembly Meeting if needed

November 21, 2017
Entrance of the Theotokos
Orthros 9:00 am
Divine Liturgy 10:00 am

November 26, 2017
13th Sunday of Luke
Orthros 9:00 am
Divine Liturgy 10:00 am

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