Holy Trinity Church

Saint Paul, Minnesota

Holy Trinity Church

Founded 1916

Diocese: Diocese of the Midwest

Deanery: Minneapolis Deanery


956 Forest St
Saint Paul, Minnesota 55106

Mailing address:

775 Wheeler St N
Saint Paul, MN 55104-1145


Parish Contacts

V. Rev. Jonathan B Proctor
Home: 651-644-4383
Rev. William John Neumann
3140 182 Lane NW
Oak Grove, MN 55011
Home: 651-260-5100
Rev. Oliver Herbel
1845 16th St S
Fargo ND 58103
Home: 218-289-4693
Rev. Andrew Jaye
146 Canterbury Rd
Circle Pines, MN 55014
Home: 763-783-3777
V. Rev. Thaddeus Wojcik
Retired, Attached
1867 W Ryan Ave
Roseville, MN 55113
Home: 651-631-0265
Dn. Pavel L Gavrilyuk
1374 Lafond Ave
St Paul, MN 55104
Home: 651-647-0358
Office: 651-962-5326
Dn. Bohdan Melnychenko
14359 Embassy Way
Apple Valley MN 55124
Home: 952-236-8155

Lay Leadership

Mr. Kyril Posz
Lay Contact
Home: 651-639-9480
Matushka Vera Proctor
Choir Director
Mrs. Anna Dains
Church School Coordinator
1743 Carl St
Roseville, MN 55113
Mrs. Andrea Bassett
Church School Coordinator
1725 Minnehaha Ave E
St Paul, MN 55106


General Location
Holy Trinity Church is located on St Paul’s historic East Side, five minutes drive from downtown.

From Interstate 35E
Exit at Maryland Ave.  Go east on Maryland one mile to lights at Forest St.  Make a right at Forest and go one quarter mile to the Church (located on the SE corner of Forest and Case).

Schedule of Services

All services are in English.

5:00 PM Vespers.
Saturday Evening

10:00 AM Divine Liturgy.
Sunday Morning

6:30 AM Matins (Readers Service).
Wednesday Morning

6:30 PM Church School.
Wednesday Evening

7:00 PM Vespers.
Thursday Evening

9:30 AM Matins.
Friday Morning

Parish Background

Holy Trinity Church was co-founded by working-class communities of Belorussians and Serbs, and unto 1990 bore the name “Russian-Serbian Orthodox Church.”  Without a priest and almost closed in the late eighties, the parish was revived with mission funding and has since grown to be a diverse community of about 100 adult members, of Palestinian, Greek, Serbian, Russian and non-ethnic background.  The liturgical language is English; liturgical customs reflect the varied heritage of the congregation.  Services are held five days a week; Church School for the children meet weekly.  The Church is not handicapped-accessible.