Holy Trinity Sobor

Winnipeg , Manitoba

Holy Trinity Sobor

Founded 1904

Diocese: Archdiocese of Canada

Deanery: Manitoba-Saskatchewan Deanery


643 Manitoba Ave
Winnipeg, Manitoba R2W 2H1



Church: 204-589-6223

Parish Contacts

Home: 204-589-6223
Retired, Attached
Protodeacon Emeritus


Holy Trinity Sobor is located at 643 Manitoba Avenue in NORTH Winnipeg, on the north-east corner of Manitoba Avenue and McKenzie Street.

Schedule of Services

Services are in Slavonic and English. English services are on the New (Revised Julian) Calendar and Slavonic services are on the Old (Julian) Calendar.

Great Vespers 4:00 PM Slavonic, 5:00 PM English, Confessions follow.
Saturday Evening

Divine Liturgy 8:45 AM English, 10:30 AM Slavonic.
Sunday Morning

6:00 PM Vigil (or Vespers with Litya).
Eves of Great Feasts

10:00 AM Divine Liturgy.
Mornings of Great Feasts

For a complete list of upcoming services, please visit the Schedule of Services on the parish website.

Confessions are heard one half-hour before all Liturgies, after Saturday evening Vespers, All-night Vigils.

Parish Background

Holy Trinity Sobor is the oldest Orthodox Church in Winnipeg.  It was originally started by Russian/Ukrainian/Greek immigrants, around 1898.  The Ukrainian Catholics separated a few years later.  The present temple was constructed in 1904, and consecrated by Bishop Tikhon (later Saint Patriarch Tikhon of Moscow) in 1905.  Holy Trinity Sobor was the first Cathedral of the Archdiocese of Canada, from 1916, when the first bishop was assigned, through the time of Archbishop Arseny, until Bishop Antony was moved to Montreal.