Holy Trinity parish was founded on August 28, 1897, when the first Divine Liturgy was served in Butte. Thirty-five families, all from the southern regions of the former Yugoslavia, gathered around a visiting Orthodox missionary priest, committed to establishing a parish and building a permanent Orthodox Church. In 1905, their dream, through prayers and self-sacrificial love, turned into a reality. This first church edifice stood until 1964 when it was demolished due to the structural damage caused by underground mining. The construction of the new church was finished in 1965 with the consecration date on July 25. Today, our vibrant Orthodox community has members with various ethnic backgrounds, Serbian, Greek, Irish, Scottish, German, etc. Holy Trinity parish is pan-Orthodox and welcomes everyone seeking the fullness of the Christian faith revealed by Jesus Christ, confirmed by Holy Scripture, preached by the Apostles, and lived victoriously throughout the centuries by countless holy women, men, and children.
We encourage you to visit our vibrant and growing parish. May our Loving Lord be your guide, protection, and salvation!
We are excited to once again host a Wine Tasting evening, so mark your calendars for Thursday Oct. 7, 2021, 6-9 pm as usual.
Excellent wines, tasty finger foods, delicious desserts, 2-3 silent auctions, wine raffle tickets for 25 bottles of wine, all in a lovely setting for fun and camaraderie.
A wine class led by Fr. Russell Radoicich, a trained enologist, will be held on Sunday Sept. 26 from 2-6 pm for a cost of $5. Wine Tasting tickets will be $50, and both events will be held in the Church Hall at 2100 Continental Drive, Butte. Raffle tickets will be $25, with two opportunities to win.
To reserve tickets, which will be mailed by early August, call Toni Sullivan 865-0081 or Denise Horne 498-3931.