Service Schedule

Sundays: Divine Liturgy 10:00am

Sunday School follows Holy Communion.

For information on our Lenten and Holy Week services please contact the Church office at (920) 921-4364.


2020 SERVICE SCHEDULE

 

Officially, the Sunday School Program will start on Sunday, September 22.  We would like to emphasize the importance of this Ministry and kindly ask the parents of children of all ages to bring them to church EVERY SUNDAY. If we have the children at church we can do all kinds of activities.

On a limited basis and until there is a new priest for Holy Trinity, Fr. Ted and Presbytera will be coming on alternating weekends to celebrate the Divine Liturgy and Lenten services for our community. They will be commuting from Milwaukee until May 31st.

 

Our church has been streaming services here.  Father Ted and Father Chris are alternating services each week.

Our Metropolitan has issued updated instructions here.  We are following a phased re-opening plan.

"We have just received our Eminence's Nathanael Blessing to move to Level 3 Phase.
During this Phase, we are allowed to have at the maximum, 30 people, at church during the divine liturgy.  This number does not include the following:
Priest
Altar Helper
Altar Boy
Chanter
Cameraman.
 
As in Level 2, anyone that will like to attend the service must call me at 920-410-0176 to reserve your spot.  I will be taking calls or texts each day, Monday thru Friday from 11:00am-6:00pm.  If I don't answer, I will return your call or text in a timely manner.
 
If you will be attending the Liturgy (Celebration) there will be a protocol that you will need to follow:
 
BEFORE LITURGY (CELEBRATION)
1) Must wear a face mask or some type of Face covering when you enter the church on the West side.
2) When you enter the Narthex you will be greeted by an Usher that will check you in.
3) When you get checked in, you can proceed to the Candle stand.  You must use the hand sanitizer before you get your candles. you will tell the Usher how many candles you will like and he/she will distribute them to you.  Please, have the right change as we will not have anyone giving out change.
4) After you light the candle, and place it in the candle stand, you can then proceed and venerate/Bow your head in front of the icons.  There will not be any physical veneration of sacred items or icons.
5) Before you enter the Nave to sit in your seats you must again sanitize your hands.
6) The Pews are marked where you will be able to sit.  The spots are marked 6ft apart. If you have concerns, there will be an usher to assist you. Same-household families may sit in one pew.
 
RECEIVING COMMUNION:
1) During Communion- the Usher will release each pew.
2) You must stand on the designated spots (they are marked on the carpet 6ft apart) when you approach Fr. Ted or Fr. Chris.
3) When it's your turn to take communion there will be a stand with sanitizer, in front of solea, to sanitize your hands when you approach the priest.
4) When you are ready to take communion, just lower your mask and Fr. Ted or Fr. Chris will give you communion.  You can not use the cloth to wipe your lips.
5) After you have taken communion, you must sanitize your hands again before you return to your seats.
 
AFTER THE CELEBRATION:
1) There will not be any anditheron (bread) after the service.  
2) The usher will escort the people from the church.
3) The exit door that we will be using will be the south door by the Bishop's throne. This leads to the parking lot.
4) There will be a stand by the door with the Tray for your offerings, donations and envelopes.
 
Other notes:
1) There will be no fellowship in the basement.  
2) Restrooms will be available
3) If someone needs to use the Chair lift to enter and/or leave the church it will be available.
4) Please we urge everyone not to congregate in a large group after the service.
 
We are looking forward to seeing you back at our church. Also, we will still continue live streaming our services on our Facebook page.
 
Again, if you have concerns about anything please don't hesitate or email me?
 
May the Holy Trinity Bless all of us!!!!"
--Tony Voulgaris, 6-15-20

 

Service Schedule:
 
 
SUNDAY AUGUST 9 - 9th SUNDAY OF MATTHEW
-OFFICIATING PRIEST: Fr. Ted T. Trifon
-TONE: PL. 4th -MORNING GOSPEL: 9TH
-EPISTLE: 1 Corinthians 3:9-17
-HOLY GOSPEL: St. Matthew 14:22-34
 
SUNDAY AUGUST 16 -10TH SUNDAY OF MATTHEW:
-OFFICIATING PRIEST: Fr. Christ Webb
-TONE: First -MORNING GOSPEL: 10TH
-EPISTLE: 1 Corinthians 4:9-16
-HOLY GOSPEL: St. Matthew 17:14-23
 
SUNDAY AUGUST 23 -11TH SUNDAY OF MATTHEW:
-OFFICIATING PRIEST: Fr. Ted T. Trifon
-TONE: Second -MORNING GOSPEL: 111H
-EPISTLE: 1 Corinthians 9:2-12
-HOLY GOSPEL: St. Matthew 18:23-35
 
SUNDAY AUGUST 30 -12TH SUNDAY OF MATTHEW:
-OFFICIATING PRIEST: Fr. Christ Webb
-TONE: Third -MORNING GOSPEL: 1st
-EPISTLE: 1 Corinthians 15:1-11
-HOLY GOSPEL: St. Matthew 19:16-26
 
NOTES
-For Readers and Ushers, whoever is available.
-For hospitality, we'll call when we are allowed to have it.
 

You can also find the service schedule in the newsletter.