The BeeTreat is Coming to Holy Trinity Church: February 25, 2017

Holy Trinity Church is pleased to be host an exciting new event for all young people (grades 6-12), parents and youth workers: A "BeeTreat"!

What is a "BeeTreat?"

BeeTreats are a ministry of the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese Y²AM team (Youth and Young Adult Ministries) and they all about unifying our efforts in Youth and Young Adult Ministry and bringing together as many people as possible for an exciting and Christ-centered experience. Their aim is to reorient each heart, home, parish, and city towards Christ, to help people #BeTheBee and #LiveOrthodoxy every moment of every day.

Who Can and Should Attend?

EVERYONE! BeeTreats are free! The BeeTreat Team has specific programs and workshops for youth (6th-12th grade), young adults, youth workers, parents, and anybody else who might be interested in learning more about youth ministry and what it means to “Be the Bee”. Y²AM is a ministry of the whole Church and for the whole Church.

Where Can I Find More Info on "Be The Bee?"

Check out the great series of videos at There are over100 great informative, entertaining and inspiring videos, plus other great info.

How Can I Register?

Simply visit the online registration form here.

Live Audio Broadcast Now Available Too!

Audio and Video Broadcasts Now Available During Live Services!

(August 29, 2016) Holy Trinity Church has expanded its live services broadcast ministry to include Live Audio! This is great news for travellers or those without WIFI access who would like to listen to live services on Sunday morning without the heavier data usage of video. It's a great way to listen on the road. Visit our LIVE BROADCAST page and click the Audio player just below the video screen.

(Note: Audio broadcast currently works on mobile devices and tablets but may not work on all desktop computers. It does not work on Firefox.)

Join Us For the 2016 "Taste of Greece!"

August 31-September 4, 2016, 11:00am-9:00pm daily

It's a long-time Holy Trinity Church tradition at new Holy Trinity Church location! For over 40 years, Pittsburghers travelled to the North Side for for great Greek food at the Holy Trinity Festival. We are now in our fourth year at new neighborhood in the North Hills at the corner of Babcock Boulevard and Cumberland Road, across from UPMC Passavant Hospital, and have we got a Festival for you! Join us in our new home for the biggest-ever "Taste of Greece." Great food, dancing, company and Greek tradition. We look forward to seeing you there! NOTE: To make your purchases easier, we accept VISA, Mastercard and Discover in addition to cash and checks.