Holy Trinity
Serbian Orthodox Cathedral
Pittsburgh, PA

Welcome to Holy Trinity!

In 1905, Serbian immigrants to the Pittsburgh area united to form a Serbian Orthodox community. Originally, two churches served the community, both in Pittsburgh's South Side area. St. George Serbian Orthodox Church was located on S. 16th Street and St. Sava Serbian Orthodox Church was on Sidney Street.

In 1962, the two churches were unified into one, and the Holy Trinity Serbian Orthodox Church-School congegration was formed. The full unification took place when Holy Trinity Cathedral, located in Whitehall, was consecrated in 1971.

Within the last several years, the congegration has grown as it welcomed new Serbian immigrants as well as members of St. Mary Serbian Orthodox Church of Clairton and St. Sava Serbian Orthodox Church of Knoxville when those churches closed.

Holy Trinity Cathedral is part of the Serbian Orthodox Diocese of Eastern America, under the leadership of His Grace the Right Reverend Irinej (Dobrijevic), and the Patriarchate of the Serbian Orthodox Church, located in Belgrade, Serbia.

We welcome you to visit us!

Holy Trinity Serbian Orthodox Cathedral
450 Maxwell Drive
Pittsburgh, PA 15236

For a membership application, click here to download and print.

For an electronic authorization payment form for dues and/or TASA, click here to download and print. 

HTC News!
Lenten Fish Fry 
Fish Fry Is Back
Diocesan Christmas Message
Sent from His Grace Bishop Irinej to beloved clergy and monastics, sons and daughters, anf faithful children of the Eastern American Diocese. Click here to read his letter "God's Peace - Christ is Born! Indeed He is born!"
Deacon David Manko - a very deserving ordination!
On Sunday, December 29, 2019, His Grace Bishop Irinej served a memorable Divine Liturgy along with ordaining Sub Deacon David Manko to Deacon.  The choir sang joyfully and everyone exclaimed "Axios!" as His Grace presented Deacon Manko to the parish.
Care Packages sent out from our Sunday School Kids to our College Kids!
For the third consecutive year, and thanks to the efforts of many, our Sunday School students sent care packages to twenty of our college and graduate students to have during their final exam period in December. The package included a message from Father Rajko, as well as food items, fun puzzles, and pictures drawn for them by our first graders. We hope these were great surprises for them and helped boost those exam scores!