The Evangelical Lutheran Church of the Holy Trinity is a congregation in the Northwestern Pennsylvania Synod of the Evangelical Lutheran Church of America located in Greenville, Pennsylvania, at the corner of Penn Avenue and Clinton Street. 

Holy Trinity represents all ages: children, youth, young adults, college students, seniors, dual-parent and single-parent families.  In addition to Greenville, our members live in Fredonia, Jamestown, Hermitage, Sharpsville, Mercer, Conneaut Lake, Hadley, Transfer, Sandy Lake, Cambridge Springs, Mercer, Meadville and Adamsville, as well as in Fowler, Courtland, Brookfield, Farmdale and Kinsman in Ohio.  While we live in many communities and represent a wide variety of occupations, we are united and brought together by our faith in God through Jesus Christ. Our mission is to participate together in God’s work in this area and share in God’s ministry throughout the world. 

If you are not affiliated with a church, please come and see Jesus as he works in the midst of the community of faith we call Holy Trinity Lutheran Church.

Holy Trinity Worship Information

Saturday, Liturgy of Holy Communion: 5:30 p.m. (Spoken with sung hymn)

Sunday, Liturgy of Holy Communion: 9:30 a.m.

Sunday Church School: There are classes for everyone, preschool through adult, September through May.

Baptism: Please call the Church Office to request a consultation with the pastor.

Marriage: If you are a member of Holy Trinity, please call the Church Office to request a consultation with the pastor. There is a four-month Preparation Program prior to the wedding.  If you are not a member of Holy Trinity, please contact the Pastor about becoming a member.

Anointing of the Sick: Held the first Saturday of the month during the evening liturgy.  Call to schedule prayer at the church with the Pastor prior to hospitalization. Please notify the Office when someone is hospitalized or seriously ill. Emergency calls anytime. Please contact the Church office.

Becoming a Lutheran: For those interested in becoming a member of Holy Trinity, there are periodic “Visits with the Pastor,” classes held to prepare you for membership.  There is no obligation to join following these visits.

Parking is available in front of the church and in the parking lot on Clinton Street across the street from the church.  The church is accessible to persons with disabilities and mobility issues through the doors on Clinton Street.  A ramp leads to an entrance that has a lift which can transport persons to the level of the worship space. On the worship level are two wheelchair accessible rest rooms.