Welcome to the Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church of Lowell website!
Church Office: 978-458-8092
Emergency phone: 781-632-3844
HAA School: 978-453-5422
Orthros 9:00 am ||| Divine Liturgy 10:00 am
Children are dismissed for Sunday School following Holy Communion
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday || 8:00-1:00
Secretary: Geraldine Themelis
After a week which we spend in the twilight of the world, where the powers of good and the powers of evil are in contest, when we are called to be the light of the world, the salt that prevents its corrup-tion, a living message that God has come, that victory over evil is won, and all hopes are possible, indeed all things are in the power of the Lord Jesus Christ who is our strength — after a whole week in this twi-light we come to church, and it is a moment when two things should happen.
It is a moment when we rededicate ourselves to God, because we bring at the same time in the Holy Liturgy two kinds of gifts. On the one hand, the offering of our souls and bodies, the gift of ourselves which should be unreserved, which we give according to our strength, but a strength that should grow day after day by the exercise of loyalty and faithfulness to God. And we also bring to God a sacrifice, an offering so holy and so perfect, the life and the death of the Lord Jesus Christ, His Resurrection and His Ascension into Heaven, and the vision of what we are called to be — all of us together with all things created. Because it is not only mankind whom God has assumed in Christ through the Incarnation — it is all things visi-ble and invisible; the invisible through His Divinity in the human soul, and the visible by His Incarnation, by God taking flesh and becoming mysteriously and wonderfully akin to all that is material, visible, tangible. All creation, not only saints and sinners, but all things created can look at Christ's Body and rejoice because in Him they can see themselves in glory.