Holy Trinity Cathedral was designed by renowned architect, Louis H. Sullivan. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1976 and designated an official City of Chicago Landmark in 1979. It was also recently named one of Chicago's Most Interesting Churches by CBS 2 Chicago and included in Chicago Magazine's Insider's Guide to Ukrainian Village: 15 Great Things to Do.
The Cathedral will be open to the public for tours with professional guide, Albert Walavich, on the following dates as noted below. To schedule a tour on a weekday or outside of these dates, please contact Father John Adamcio to make an appointment at email@example.com or at 773-486-6064.
We also encourage you to worship with us at any of our liturgical services.
An Introduction to the Orthodox Worship Space
The Orthodox Worship Space
The Church has been likened to a great ship bearing men through a violent storm to the safety of the Kingdom of Heaven. The main part of the church building is called the Nave, which comes from the Latin word for ship, navis.
Read more about the Church building and its servers, below.
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Holy Trinity Orthodox Cathedral, 1121 N. Leavitt Street, Chicago, Illinois 60622, 773-486-6064
|Sunday, April 23rd|
ST. THOMAS SUNDAY
9:30am Divine Liturgy
11:45am Church School Egg Hunt
12:15pm Adult Discussion
12:15pm 125th Anniversary Committee meets
|Saturday, April 29th|
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