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In the 1950’s, thousands of displaced people, or people displaced by the trauma of World War II, especially from Eastern Europe, found a new life in America. Many of them were Russian Orthodox people, who had suffered deprivation of their age-old culture, especially of their faith, under communism, and now found themselves in a very strange culture. It was not long before so many of them found their spiritual home in the Holy Trinity Monastery in Jordanville, New York.

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Friday, 6 / 19 January
9:00 Divine Liturgy followed by the Great Blessing of Water
6:30 Vespers and Matins
Saturday, 7 / 20 January
Synaxis of the Forerunner
8:00 Divine Liturgy
7:00 Vigil
Sunday, 8 / 21 January
8:00 Midnight Office
9:00 Divine Liturgy
3:30 Vespers, Matins
7:15 Small Compline
Monday, 9 / 22 January
5:00 Midnight Office
6:00 Divine Liturgy
4:00 Vespers, Matins
7:15 Small Compline

Holy Trinity Monastery
PO Box 36
Jordanville, NY 13361
315 858 0940