Visitations Ministry

The Purpose of this ministry is to visit those who are shut in at home or are in Nursing Homes. This provides and maintains a living connection between the Church and the individual.

Contact: Parish Priest via Church office: (615) 333-1047,


Loaves and Fishes

An outreach ministry of Holy Trinity that supports the work of Loaves and Fishes at Holy Name Catholic Church. Every Monday, Wednesday and Saturday the Loaves and Fishes program provides a hot midday meal to the hungry and homeless in East Nashville. Our local support for Loaves and Fishes hosts the lunch every month that has a fifth Saturday, together with members from St. Ignatius Antiochian Orthodox Church.

Contact: Gregory Herron


St. Sampson's Medical

Inspired by St. Sampson the Hospitable, this medical clinic was established to provide rheumatology care to uninsured adults. Since February of 2012 the all volunteer clinic has seen over 500 patients for over 1600 office visits(as of August 2017). Patients have traveled from 34 counties in Tennessee as well as Kentucky and Mississippi. Through the clinic, patients have been approved for over $1.5 million in free medications. The clinic sees patients one Saturday a month at Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church.

A presentation about the clinic can be found at: AN INTRODUCTION TO ST. SAMPSON MEDICAL CLINIC 


St. Ypomoni Philoptochos (Friends of the Poor) Society of Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church

The purpose and aims of the Philoptochos society are to: aid the poor and disadvantaged through philanthropic assistance, to support the national Philoptochos philanthropic endeavors, to preserve and perpetuate Orthodox Christian concepts and the Orthodox Christian family and to be involved in the activities of the Local Parish together with the Parish Priest and the Parish Council.

Contact: Philoptochos President, Sandra Pappas: 

Philoptochos 2019 Membership Form