St. George Orthodox Church
Albanian Archdiocese of the OCA
Trumbull, Connecticut
Welcome to Our Parish!

Welcome to the web site of St. George Orthodox Church in Trumbull, Connecticut!  We are a parish of the Albanian Archdiocese of the Orthodox Church in America.  We invite you to explore our web site  to learn more about us and about Orthodox Christianity.

Located just north of the Merritt Parkway in Trumbull, we are easily accessible from both Fairfield and New Haven Counties.

We welcome all visitors for worship and fellowship!

News Updates
Commemorating "All Saints of America " - 2022 - 06/25/2022

On Sunday, June 26th, we commemorated All Saints of America.  Uniquely special for this day, located at the center table, Fr. Sergei brought in his icon of Saint Herman containing his relics. Saint Herman’s relics are enshrined in a small reliquary at his feet (at the bottom of the icon). Click onto the more information link below to view a larger photo and read additional information about the icon.

Fathers Day - 2022 - 06/19/2022

St. George recognized Fathers’s Day on Sunday, June 19th during Divine Liturgy.  Prayers were offered for all of the living and departed fathers, stepfathers, sons, stepsons, husbands, brothers, stepbrothers, great grandfathers, great grandsons, grandfathers, grandsons, great-uncles, uncles, nephews, godfathers, and all those who "fathered" us in our time of need. Many Years! Për Shumë Vjet! Click onto the more information link below to view a few photos.


Pentecost - 2022 - 06/12/2022

St. George celebrated the Feast of Pentecost on Sunday, June 12th with Divine Liturgy immediately followed by the Kneeling Vespers. The Feast commemorates the descent of the Holy Spirit and is also seen as the culmination of the revelation of the Holy Trinity. 

The Troparian for Pentecost:  Blessed art You O Christ Our God / You have revealed the fishermen as most wise / By sending down upon them the Holy Spirit / Through them You drew the world into Your net / O Lover of Man, Glory to You!

Congratulations - 06/11/2022

It was our joy to receive Saylor Mae Davis through the sacraments of Holy Baptism and Holy Chrismation on June 11th. Her proud parents Sarah and Brian gave her the patron: Saint Nicholas, the Archbishop of Myra in Lycea. Saylor’s sponsors were Kristin Freeman and Andrew Kim. Sharing the joy is big sister River Madison, grandparents John and Kim O'Brien, and great-grandmother Toni Barmashi.  Click onto the more information link below to view 2 photos from the Churching service on the Sunday of Pentecost.

Celebrating the Feast of The Ascension of our Lord - 2022 - 06/01/2022

At Divine Liturgy on Thursday, June 2nd, St. George celebrated The Feast of the Ascension of our Lord, which is celebrated each year on the fortieth day after the Great and Holy Feast of Pascha (Easter). 
The Troparian for this feast day:  O Christ God, You have ascended in Glory, / Granting joy to Your disciples by the promise of the Holy Spirit. / Through the blessing they were assured / That You are the Son of God, / The Redeemer of the world!

2022 Graduates - 06/01/2022

Congratulations to our 2022 Graduates who recently completed their studies and graduated. We extend our best wishes to them for continued success!
Jackie Goetz -  graduated with a Master of Science in Forensic Science from the University of New Haven.
Owen Wight – graduated from UConn with a BS in Engineering with a degree in Computer Science & Engineering, and a concentration of Cybersecurity.


Memorial Day 2022 - Remembering our deceased Veterans - 05/29/2022

On Sunday, May 29th, St. George recognized Memorial Day by praying for all of our deceased military veterans from the parish family. Memorial Day is a holiday that was established to officially remember those who have died in service to our country (Veterans Day was established to officially thank our living veterans).  St. George has had only one parishioner, Michael J. Vani, who died during his military service (during World War II).  St. George expanded our remembrance to include all the deceased veterans of our “parish family”, adding relatives of our parish family that served in the military and are now deceased. The living military veterans participated during the Memorial Service by standing in honor of their memory.  Prayers were said for 102 deceased veterans - click onto the following to view the list of names: St George - Names of Deceased Military Veterans   Memory Eternal!  Please click onto the more information link below to view a few photos.

Condolences - 05/24/2022

St. George was saddened to learn that Anthony Jordhamo died on Tuesday, May 24th. Anthony was predeceased by a brother Bill. We offer our condolences to his sister and brother, Vi Bowe and Harry Jordhamo, and to the extended Jordhamo and Bowe families.

Upcoming Services & Events
Sunday, June 26th
2nd SUNDAY AFTER PENTECOST - All Saints of America
9:30AM Divine Liturgy
40-Day Memorial for Helen Reh
Sunday, July 3rd
9:15AM General Confession
9:30AM Divine Liturgy
Sunday, July 10th
9:30AM Divine Liturgy
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Sunday, June 26th - 9:30AM: Divine Liturgy


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