Holy Trinity offers a variety of ministries that engages the youth in a fun, participatory learning.
GOYA Teen Forum
GOYA (Greek Orthodox Youth of America) provides 7th -12th grade youth with opportunities to participate in worship, volunteer, engage in philanthropic activities and grow their Orthodox Christian faith.
The GOYA meets the 2nd and 4th Thursday of the month in the Conference room of the church at 7:00 pm.
For more information please contact Father Aris at: firstname.lastname@example.org
HOPE & JOY Saturdays
This bi-monthly gathering of Kindergarten - 6th graders uses music, discussion, crafts, and activities to reinforce the Orthodox Christian identity of Holy Trinity’s younger members.
Meetings begin with lunch at 2:00 pm and conclude after dessert at 4:00 pm
This fall HOPE & JOY Saturdays have been scheduled for October 6 & December 15 from 2-5:00 pm.
To read more about the October 6 meeting, please click here.
Pre-school through high school religious education takes place Sunday mornings from 9:55 to 10:25. While the students meet downstairs, their adult family members and other adults meet in the church. At 10:30 families meet together in the church to worship and receive the Eucharist together. To register a student for Sunday School, please click here. For a complete list of the meeting dated for 2018-19 please click here. To read more about our Sunday religious education program, please click here.
Paradosi (Greek Language, Dance & Music)
The mission of Paradosi (“Tradition”) is to share the Orthodox Christian faith, celebrate Hellenism, and create meaningful relationships between participants. This award winning program is designed to bring the Orthodox Christian youth together in fellowship for education in six core areas: faith, dance, music, culture, history, and language.
These Tuesday evening gatherings begin with a Greek language class at 5:30 PM and transition to instruction that focuses on the other five areas.
To learn more about Paradosi, please contact Nick Metrakos at: email@example.com
Acolytes assist with the Divine Liturgy and other services.
Boys (at least nine years old) and men who feel called to serve in the altar should contact Father Dn. Vasiilios at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Holy Trinity Athletics
The Holy Trinity volleyball team consists of youth (6th grade - 12th grade) and young adults. Each season culminates in a playoff in San Jose, hosted annually by St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church, and held usually in mid-October.
To join HT Volleyball team, contact John Skinas at email@example.com
To find out more information regarding the annual tournament please reach out to George Spilios at: firstname.lastname@example.org
The basketball program is open to youth age eight through young adult. The younger players’ season runs from January through March, and the older players’ season from March through May. Teams compete in the OYAA (Orthodox Youth Athletic Association) League.
For more information, please contact John Skinas at email@example.com
Medical Waiver Form
Prior to attending any of Holy Trinity’s Athletics, please read, and submit the form to any of HT’s coaches.
Fun & Faith Camp
Faith & Fun Camp is a one week day camp for preschoolers through sixth graders.
Please revisit this page as information becomes available for the 2017 camp.
The Greek Orthodox Metropolis of San Francisco's Summer Camp at Saint Nicholas Ranch, Dunlap, CA, continues each July to draw hundreds of youth and young adults from all over the country to participate in one of our Archdiocese's best summer camp programs.
Daily Orthodox Life classes and worship, a highly trained counseling staff, an emphasis on Confession, and a close association with the adjoining women’s monastery comprise the foundation of the camp. Programs such as arts and crafts, swimming, canoeing, campfires, archery, nature hikes, olympics, and evening events, round out this faith centered week.
For more information on this year’s Summer Camp please click here.
The Orthodox Forum is a conversational fellowship group for young adults that addresses matters of faith, morality, and lived Christianity. The Forum meets the 1st and 3rd Thursday of every month at 7:30PM in the church conference room.
For more information on joining the Orthodox Forum Fellowship, contact Father Aris at: firstname.lastname@example.org