Announcing 2024 PA GREEK FEST!!!

Announcing our 52nd Annual PA Greek Fest

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Friday May 17th 11am-8pm
Saturday May 18th 11am-8pm
Sunday May 19th Hours To Be Announced

Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Cathedral

1000 Yverdon Drive Camp Hill PA 17011

Our Gift to You!

Our Festival is our gift to you - the good people of the greater Harrisburg area. Our heritage is a precious inheritance; and we are privileged to share it with you, our faithful patrons. The Byzantine atmosphere of our lovely Cathedral, the lively Greek music and dancing and the wonderful aromas of Greek food and pastries combine to make this one of the most enjoyable events that you will ever attend.

In 2023, we were proud to donate a share of our proceeds to the following ministries, projects and organizations:

Vicky's Angels


Capital Area Coalition on Homeless

Veteran's Outreach of PA

Project SHARE

Central PA Food Bank

Downtown Daily Bread

New Hope Ministries

Hospice of Central PA

United Cerebral Palsy (UCP)

Peyton Walker Foundation

Safe Harbour

Community Cares

Wounded Warriors (local chapters)

The Forge Men’s Organization (Reading PA)

New Life Center for Mothers and Children

Morning Star Pregnancy Services

Capital Area Pregnancy Center

Local Fire & Police

Greek Flood Relief in Thessaly

Holy Cross Seminary

Transfiguration Mission Church in Ephrata PA

Holy Trinity Agape Fund

St. Catherine’s Philoptochos

Holy Protection Monastery

IOCC – International Orthodox Christian Charities

OCMC – Orthodox Christian Mission Center

Orthodox Christian Charities of Greater HBG

A Little About Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Cathedral

Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Cathedral was established in 1937 by Greek immigrants. Our current location was opened in 1970 and consecrated as a Cathedral in 1980.  Our  Parish is part of the Metropolis of Pittsburgh, under the jurisdiction of Metropolitan Savas, that runs the umbrella of the Greek Archdiocese of America which is a Province of the Ecumenical Patriarchate of Constantinople. 

The Patriarchate of Constantinople was established as a Church in 37AD by St. Andrew, the Apostle of Christ. Thus, we may say that this Holy Trinity Cathedral is connected to the Apostles of Christ and thus with the original Church established by Christ which started in 33AD by Christ Himself proclaiming that even ‘the gates of Hades shall not prevail over it”(Matt.16:18).  Quite impressive!

With this, you may say that we observe the history of the Church, and we wish to belong to this sacred Body, the historical Church of Christ. You are right! We have a history of 2000 years and receive the disciplines, practices, and messages throughout the past of the Church. Our Sources of our Christian Faith are the Holy Scripture and Holy Tradition.  

St. Athanasios the Great (298-373)--Patriarch of Alexandria (Egypt) (326-373)--explained that it is the Orthodox Church alone that adheres to that which “Christ taught, the Apostles preached, and the Church Fathers kept.”  Today, there are more than 350 million Orthodox Christians worldwide.