Holy Trinity operates a variety of outreach ministries and activities focused on helping people in need. 

Philoptochos Ministry Holy Trinity


Philoptochos  (Friends of the Poor) is a women’s group that supports national, regional, and local ministries, funding a wide variety of benevolent causes ranging from Kids and Cancer camps to helping financially challenged individuals and families.

To join or support Philoptochos, please contact Fareeda Christ either via email: farlex@pacbell.net or phone: 415 ALEX CHRIST 


pro life - Holy Trinity Diaper Sundays


Holy Trinity collects disposal diapers the first Sunday of each month and engages in other activities supporting the Alpha Pregnancy Center, 5050 Mission.

Every “Diaper Sunday” please bring a package with you to Liturgy. Larger sizes are always in higher demand

The Parish also participates annually in the Walk for Life West Coast, the second largest Pro-Life Rally in the United States.

Street Outreach

Street Outreach brings warm clothing, food, toiletries and other essentials of life to the area’s homeless.

Street Outreach distributes clothing, food, and other items to the homeless.

For more information please contact Stan Menas Corpus at: stancorpus@gmail.com

Agape Stitchers

Agape Stitchers

This group of craft enthusiasts provides knitted items to shelter residents, veteran and public hospital patients, and other local philanthropic agencies.

For more information, please contact Marie Tourlos at: yiayia-sf@juno.com

SF Marin Food Bank Distribution at Holy Trinity SF

SF Marin Food Bank Distribution

Every Saturday, from 11AM - 1PM, Holy Trinity serves the local community as a distribution point for the  SF Marin Food Bank.

To volunteer, please sign up → here


Philippines Connection supports churches and ministries in the Philippines that are under the Ecumencial Patriarch.  It is committed to sharing the love of Christ and the fullness of the Orthodox Christian faith with people all throughout the Philippines and also Filipinos worldwide. 

Since 2009, members of  Holy Trinity Church have partnered with individuals and communities both in our local area and also all over the world to help poor communities in the Philippines. Over the years, we have organized several donation drives to collect clothing, textbooks and educational materials, children’s toys, religious items, and monetary donations; we have used these donations to prepare and ship “Balikbayan” (Tagalog for “homecoming”) boxes to poor Filipino communities. 

Father Panharios Borreos

Father Panharios serves the mission of Lake Sebu in the southern Philippines, as well as two smaller missions including a tribal people, the T’boli. He funds his parish through the generosity of local donors and his family by working a secular job Monday-Saturday from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm.

Father dreams of devoting all of his time to serving and expanding the Church.

A recent gift from Holy Trinity will help the Lake Sebu mission convert a warehouse into a permanent place of worship.

To support Father Panharios, please contact Father Aris.



In addition to these regular Balikbayan box shipments, we have coordinated aid in the form of donation drives and shipments for recovery for victims of typhoons, terrorism, and other disasters.

For more information please contact Natalie Schrik at:  natalie.schrik@gmail.com

Donate to Philippines Connection

Help Portrait

Help Portrait

Help Portrait provides studio quality individual and group photo portraits to persons with limited discretionary income.

On the first Saturday of every December, the lower level of the church is converted to a photo studio. Professional photographers, photo editors, make-up artists and others, team-up to send each person or family home with a framed and matted portrait.


For more information, please contact Natalie Schrik at: natalie.schrik@gmail.com


Nathan Hoppe Missionary to Albania

Holy Trinity has pledged $6000 annually to support Nathan’s work helping to rebuild and expand the Church in Albania. We pray for Nathan and his family and Nathan visits Holy Trinity whenever he returns to America for furlough. For more information, please contact Father Aris.