Holy Trinity Russian Orthodox Church

Holy Trinity Russian Orthodox Church - ROCOR

23 Henry Street
Toronto, Ontario, Canada. M5T 1W9
Tel.: (416) 979-2990
Fax: (416) 265-2444

Parking #: 3306

Nearest intersection:
College St. & University Ave.


Queen’s Park

Protopriest Vladimir Malchenko
[email protected]
(416) 265-5651

Protopriest Viatcheslav Davidenko
[email protected]
(647) 505-9930

Protodeacon Alexander Morin

Deacon Seth Davidenko

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29 February 2024

Orthodox youth conference

14th Orthodox Youth Conference shall be held from June 25th to July 1st 2024 in a scenic location in mountains near Stuttgart, Germany.

“Keeping our orthodox identity and heritage abroad”
Russian, English and German speakers. Visitations to the most looking Russian churches in Germany. Conference cost USD $200 includes hotel and all excursions. Email to [email protected] for more information.
Our parish shall help wherever possible to those willing to participate in the said conference.

5 February 2024

Parish school

29 July 2023

Parish school reopens

A moleben will be served before the beginning of the new school year in our parish school on Saturday 7th at 10 am. Afterwards there will be classes until 2.30 pm and new students will be assigned to their classes in the church hall. Preschool class takes children who are 5 years old, grade one accepts children who are 6 years old. For information phone father Vladimir at 416-265-5651.

3 October 2021

Wedding and Feast Loafs

Wedding and Feast Loafs from Sisterhood may now be ordered at 416-400-3797

29 August 2021

Parking rules

Parking at United Steel Workers is permitted on Sunday only. There must be the blue windshield sticker, which can be obtained at the church. Spots marked with “Staff Parking Only” may not be used.
If these regulations are not observed, the cars may be towed and the parking privilege may be revoked from the church completely.

11 January 2021

Zoom Conference on 100 years of ROCOR

More information is available through this Facebook group at https://www.facebook.com/groups/110063552339710/permalink/4133146366698055/

13 April 2020



Dear in the Lord fathers, brothers, and sisters!

I sincerely greet you with the very warmest well-wishes for the blessings of God, good health, spiritual calm, and the patience so needed in this trying time! I especially greet the doctors, nurses, and all who work in the hospitals, sincerely wishing them increased strength and Heavenly aid! I wish for those who are sick – and for their friends and relatives – comfort in the hope of God’s will, which always directs man toward the good. Our prayers are with all of you.

As a result of measures being taken to halt the spread of the Coronavirus infection, which have been instituted by the governments of countries in which our Church maintains a presence, many of us have been deprived of the divine services and of communal worship in the temples. In some parishes, following the strict recommendations of local authorities, no services are held at all; in others, it is possible to serve, but this must be done with closed doors and in the presence of an extremely limited number of people, who themselves observe the required distance from one another. In many parishes, the service is performed by a single priest, sung by a single chanter. For these parishioners, it is a comfort to know that prayer is still being offered up in the churches, that the living and the dead are being commemorated. And where the divine services are being broadcast over the Internet via live-stream, many unite and join in this prayer, creating a prayerful atmosphere in their own homes. I have even heard of instances where some among the faithful light candles and lamps and, standing in their prayer corners, follow along with the service and pray. I think that such church “attendance” has the virtue for them of actual attendance, and inclines to them God’s mercy. It is a joy to hear how some priests, using modern technology, support their parishioners by holding talks on various spiritual, moral, catechetical, and others useful subjects. I am sure that such a creative approach strengthens the unity among people who together endure these difficult circumstances, and will bring good fruit in the future. In general, any positive examples in such complicated situations, when new methods of preaching and pastoral nourishment are discovered, are always inspiring and instructive.

Unfortunately, we also hear of sorrowful instances of insubordination not only to local authorities, but also to the ruling bishops. Such behavior on the part of the clergy and lay parish officers is completely irresponsible and involves risk not only to the physical health of our neighbors, but also to our relationships with these communities and to parish property. Tempting God and man, their actions can result in insurmountable fines and other measures from law enforcement. In so doing, they irreparably damage their relationships with those around them, sowing in them doubts toward Christ’s Church, whose members must serve as an example. As a result of their disobedience and so-called “zeal not according to knowledge” (Romans 10:2), there can even develop divisions and conflicts within the parish communities themselves.

“Humble yourselves therefore under the mighty hand of God,” writes the Apostle Peter, “That He may exalt you in due time; casting all your care upon Him, for He careth for you” (I Peter 5:6-7). I call on the clergy and faithful of our churches, as law-abiding citizens of their countries, to follow all precautionary measures implemented by the local authorities, as well as adhering to the instructions issued by your Hierarchy, and to use the present conditions of quarantine to redouble your prayer, fasting, reading, and salvific contemplation, strengthening relations with family and friends. Perhaps before we did not sufficiently treasure the opportunity to pray in church, missing the divine services through our laziness and carelessness, or were so swallowed up by our affairs that we practically never saw our families, never prayed, never read anything of spiritual value, never prepared for the feasts, and never observed the fasts. General quarantine is a gift from God, which drives man into the depths of himself, forcing him to reexamine his attitude toward life, to think and to care about what is most important. Let every one of us make use of this blessed opportunity, at midnight on the Glorious Pascha night, to say to our own heart: “Christ is Risen,” and to hear from it that sweetest reply: “Indeed He is Risen.”

Asking your holy prayers, I remain with love in the Lord,

Metropolitan of Eastern America & New York
First Hierarch of the Russian Orthodox Church Outside of Russia.

15 December 2019

Photos from the 70 years anniversary event


21 October 2019


The parish will celebrate 70th anniversary on November 24th, 2019. Metropolitan Hilarion will lead services.
Festive Reception at 2pm at Crystal Grand Banquet Hall, 2110 Dundas St. East #4, Mississauga (Hwy 427 & Dundas).
Tickets may be ordered from the sisterhood treasurer, Kaleria Antonovna Poroshina, at: (647) 345-3929. Adults – $75, children up to 16 y.o. – $45.
Concert program by the Holy Trinity choir, Valery Malyshev and others.

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29 July 2019

Russian School Classes Will Begin on Saturday, September 7, 2019

Prayer service at 10:00 AM, then regular classes until 2:30 PM. Admittance to the first year for children of 6 years old, preparation class for children of 5 years old. Bring your children to the Russian school!
For information regarding school, call Fr. Vladimir at (416) 265-5651.