The DFW Greek Orthodox Churches would like to welcome anyone new to the area, inquirers into the Orthodox Faith or those who wish to participate in the worship and fellowship offered by each Greek Orthodox Church. Interested visitors are invited to review the Services Schedule, Ministries, upcoming events, Greek School and other classes, special projects and additional information to be found on each church’s website.
All members of the community eagerly anticipate the Fort Worth or Dallas Greek festival that each Greek Orthodox Church holds in the fall. Everyone is invited to attend to enjoy the delicious food, lively entertainment and fellowship.
Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church
13555 Hillcrest Rd, Dallas, TX 75240-5412
Phone: (972) 991-1166
History: In 1915, the Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church of Dallas was founded by predominantly Greek immigrants. The beautiful Byzantine church located in North Dallas at the corner of Hillcrest and Alpha is Holy Trinity’s third church home.
Iconography Project: The Church is currently working on an exciting and extensive iconography project to affirm the beauty of God’s creation and the Incarnation. A tentative completion date is spring of 2017. When completed, the project will include 35 stunning new full panels depicting Christ, the Old Testament and Church Tradition, 61 full-body and 20 medallions of saints.
Worship Schedule: Holy Trinity celebrates the Orthodox faith with a full worship schedule on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Saturdays and Sundays. Complete information on the Worship Schedule is available on the website or by calling the church office.
Ministries: All family members are invited to participate in one or more ministries including:
- Youth: Sunday School, Youth Choir, Vacation Bible School, Youth Groups (HOPE, JOY, GOYA)
- Choir, Holy Trinity Hellenic Dancers
- Agape Visitations
- College Ministries
- Altar Guild
- Men’s Ministry
- Spiritual Adults Living Together
Holy Trinity Academy: Individualized and nurturing attention is offered to children. The Academy emphasizes academics, the arts and Christian values.
Greek School: For decades, Greek School has been teaching both youth and adults to read, write, speak and understand the modern Greek language and cultural and religious traditions.
St. John the Baptist Greek Orthodox Church
303 Cullum Dr, Euless, TX 76040
Phone: (817) 283-2291 or (817) 545-9644
History: Founded in 1980, St. John the Baptist Greek Orthodox Church moved to Cullum Dr. in 1985. The beautiful multi-purpose church and hall was built in 1987. Parishioners completed much of the work on the interior of the building. In 2012, the Metropolitan Isaiah of Denver led parishioners through the doors of an exquisite new Byzantine church.
Worship Schedule: Wednesday – 6:00 pm, Saturday – 5:00 pm, Sunday – 8:30 am and 9:30 am
Calendar: Consult the Calendar for a complete listing of events.
Ministries: St. John the Baptist invites members to actively participate in their chosen ministries.
- Youth: Acolytes, Sunday School, GOYA, Youth Ministries
- Ageless Wonders
- Inquirers Class and Catechism
Greek Festival: St. John’s Greek Festival is widely known not only for the fabulous array of food but for the tour of the beautiful Byzantine church and its authentic artwork and icons.
Inquirers Class and Catechism: Every Sunday following Liturgy (at approximately noon) a class is held for those who wish to learn more about the Orthodox Faith. The classes normally last about an hour, but could be longer. A listing of the books used in the classes is found on the website. More information can be obtained from Fr. Vasile. Anyone is welcome to just show up for the class.
Fr. Vasile’s Blog: Read Fr. Vasile’s “Gladsome Light Dialogues” for an interesting and informative journey as Fr. Vasile guides the faithful through the Orthodox faith as lived today.
St. Demetrios Greek Orthodox Church
2020 NW 21st. St., Fort Worth, Texas 76164
Phone: (817) 626-5578 or Fax: (817) 626-5073
History: Many years ago, a group of Greek immigrants pooled their small savings to buy wooden building which was remodeled into the first St. Demetrios Greek Orthodox Church. Time passed and the church grew, making it necessary to buy land and construct a new, larger church which is still being used today. At a later date, a four classroom school building was built next to the church for cultural and religious instruction. The church is constantly striving to more effectively witness the Gospel of Jesus Christ in the apostolic tradition of the Greek Orthodox Church. You are invited to worship and fellowship with our parish.
Worship Schedule: The church meets for worship every Sunday at 9:00 am. A fellowship coffee hour is held following worship in the community center.
Sundays: 7:45 am – Orthros; 9:00 am – Divine Liturgy
Weekdays: 8:00 am – Orthros; 9:00 am – Divine Liturgy
Parish Calendar: The Parish Calendar is available online to provide information on the full schedule of worship, events, feasts and other activities.
Ministries: St. Demetrios offers a wide range of ministry opportunities within the following areas:
- Religious Education
- Youth Ministries
- Young Adult Ministries
- Adult Ministries
- Hellenic Culture and Language
- Service and Outreach
The DFW Greek Orthodox churches of Holy Trinity, St. John the Baptist and St. Demetrios are committed to supporting members as they grow in knowledge and faith. Each offers many avenues for worship, fellowship and ministry. All who have an interest in the Greek Orthodox faith are invited to attend worship service.