Holy Trinity
Serbian Orthodox Cathedral
Pittsburgh, PA

Welcome to Holy Trinity!

Within the last several years, our congregration has grown as we 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

Stay In Touch!

Would you like to be kept informed of happenings at Holy Trinity Cathedral? We are gathering e-mail addresses and phone numbers to be used to distribute information by e-mail and by automated phone calls. If you would like to have your e-mail address and/or phone number added to the list, please send an e-mail message to info@htsoc.com or call the Church Office at 412-882-3900.

Learn Serbian!

Serbian Language Classes Offered Online
The Academic Serbian Association offers an accredited online Serbian Language class. One free, one-hour language class is offered via Skype. Click here for the application and get more information on the Association's website: www.asasocijacija.com. (This information was sent to the Cathedral from Protodeacon Anicic of our Eastern Orthodox Diocese.)

Upcoming Services & Events

Saturday, June 22 - Memorial Saturday
9:00 am - Parastos at HTC for departed family members (please bring your list of deceased family members to church)
10:00am - St. George Cemetery Grave Blessings
12:00pm - St. Sava Cemetery Grave Blessings
Sunday, June 23 - Pentecost/Church Slava
10:00 am - Liturgy
Noon - Slava Luncheon at HTC (please RSVP by June 21)
Sunday, June 30
10:00 am - Liturgy

HTC News!


On Sunday, June 23, HTC will celebrate Pentecost and our Slava with Divine Liturgy at 10:00 am. This year's honored Kumovi will be Mark and Eileen Zivkovich, two very faithful parishioners at HTC. PLEASE NOTE THE CHANGE IN VENUE:  After Liturgy, a banquet celebration will be held at the Cathedral. Please call the church office at 412-882-3900, no later than June 21, to make your reservation for the Slava luncheon.


As part of the HTC Educational Committee, we are inviting any parishioner to submit questions or topics of interest that will then be addressed by Father Nebojša during coffee hour on Sundays. Submit your questions/topics in the secure lockbox located in the kitchen or email your question to Fr.nebojsavaragic@gmail.com. When possible, the topic to be discussed during coffee hour will be published as part of the weekly bulletin.

Please note ... HTC Choir practices every Tuesday at the church ... new members are always welcome!

Donations using PayPal or credit cards are greatly appreciated ... thank you!

Your Support Is Important!

Our Cathedral continues to need your support! If you have not donated recently, please consider doing so, especially for our "Raise the Roof" campaign which provides funds for the almost completed roof repairs that were desperately needed for the Cathedral. Here is the latest update of the "Raise the Roof" project. 
The church board has established an electronic payment method through PayPal or credit card for one-time donations (see above) or you can enroll in the e-Tasa program to have a regular amount donated to the church weekly or monthly. Information about electronic donations to the Cathedral, including an e-Tasa signup form, is available from this home page under "Forms for You!"

Forms for You

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. 

Neighborhood Resilience Project

We are pleased to announce that HTC will now be coordinating with the Neighborhood Resilience Project. The Neighborhood Resilience Project has a faith-based affiliation with the Orthodox Christian Church through a relationship with Saint Moses the Black Orthodox Church in the Hill District. The church provides pastoral support and spiritual direction as well as limited legal oversight. Father Paul Abernathy and his wife, Presbytera Christina, oversee this neighborhood project and are incredibly grateful to expand our relationship with them and very appreciative of what has been delivered to their parish to date. Paula Winowich had the opportunity to visit their church, food pantry, and meet with the several volunteers on site. Their pantry is open to the community M-W-F, from 11:00-3:00, and they also pack food bags to deliver to local schools for the students. They have several volunteer opportunities for our parish as well as our church school. More details to follow. Click here to visit their website.

Their specific needs currently are non-perishable protein food items (peanut butter, tuna, chicken, etc.), as well as new or lightly worn seasonal (winter) clothing. Please continue to bring non-perishables, as well as any seasonal clothing, and Paula will plan for delivery.