Church of the Holy Trinity

Brooklyn, New York

Church of the Holy Trinity

Founded 1909

Diocese: Diocese of New York and New Jersey

Deanery: New York City Deanery

Address

400 Glenmore Ave
Brooklyn, New York 11207-3523

Home: 718-498-0518

Parish Contacts

V. Rev. Vladimir Alexeev
Rector
402 Glenmore Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11207-3523
Home: 718-498-0518
V. Rev. Wiaczeslaw Krawczuk
Administrator
228 N 12th St
Brooklyn, NY 11211
Home: 718-387-1064

Lay Leadership

Ms. Zlata Mishina
Choir Director
Home: 646-626-9988

Directions

The Church is in the East New York section of Brooklyn on the corner of Pennsylvania and Glenmore Aves.  By Subway, take trains A or C to Liberty Avenue Station, then going one block south to the Church.

Schedule of Services

Liturgical language is mostly Slavonic, with English used as required by those attending services.  All Services are conducted according to the Julian Calendar.

4:00 PM Great Vespers followed by Confessions.
Saturday Evening

9:30 AM Hours and Confessions.
Sunday Morning

10:00 AM Divine Liturgy.
Sunday Morning

9:00 AM Divine Liturgy.
Mornings of Great Feasts

Confessions are heard one half hour before beginning of Liturgy.
Confessions

Baptisms are scheduled by appointment.

Parish Background

The Church was founded in 1909 by immigrants from Byelorussia.  The current temple was constructed in 1935 in traditional Russian style and was completely redecorated with murals by famed iconographer Pimen M Sofronoff in the late 1950s.  The parish has had very difficult times in recent years due to changes in racial complexion of the neighborhood.  Few of our dedicated older generation remain.  The parish has received new impulse from receltly arrived Russian immigrants settling in the Brooklyn area.