Holy Trinity Monastery

founded in 1930

Holy Trinity Monastery, a Russian Orthodox monastic community, was founded in 1930 in Jordanville, NY. It became a haven for refugees fleeing religious and political persecution in the Soviet Union. Over the years, the monastery became a spiritual center of the Russian diaspora, preserving traditions that were being destroyed by the Communist regime in Soviet Russia. Notably, the monastery became a center for publishing of religious literature. In 1948, the monastery became home to Holy Trinity Seminary, an educational institution that prepares young men for service in the Orthodox Church. The monastery continues to thrive, with monastics and students coming from all over the world. Central to the life of the monastery are the daily services conducted in one of the monastery’s five beautiful churches. Members of the brotherhood are actively engaged in publication, running a bookstore, painting icons, working in the apiary and vegetable garden, making candles and incense, baking bread, and hosting pilgrims who regularly visit the monastery.


  • Street: 1407 Robinson Road
  • City: Mohawk
  • State: NY
  • Zipcode: 13361


  • Telephone: 315-858-2468
  • E-Mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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