Holy Trinity Cathedral
| 740 North Superior Street | Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Cathedral is the home of Toledo's Greek Orthodox church. Church members worshipped in various rented halls from 1909 until 1919 when construction began on this Byzantine structure. The first Divine Liturgy was celebrated in this building on Christmas Day, 1920. The parish was elevated to a Cathedral in 1987. Today, the 450-family Holy Trinitiy parish is a part of the Metropolis of Detroit, of the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America, of the Ecumenical Patriarchate.
Holy Trinity is also home to the annual Toledo Greek Festival held in early September. For many folks from our area, some of their favorite memories are from attending different ethnic festivals during the summer. We are so lucky to have access to a different ethnic festival almost every other weekend during our warmer months. From the Italian Festival, Greek Festival, Polish-American Festival, Hungarian Festival, Hispanic Festival, Birmingham Festival, African-American Festival, Irish Festival, to of course, the largest of them all, the German-American Festival at Oak Shade Grove in Oregon. Some are held in neighborhoods where they block off streets, some are in church basements or parking lots, and others are held in public parks. All include good food, costumed dancers, ethnic music, games, and fun! Our ethnic festivals truly make Toledo a unique place to live and play.