About Saint George Tropeoforos
Greek Orthodox Church

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Saint George Tropeoforos Greek Orthodox Church at West 54th Street in New York City is a parish that welcomes and serves a diverse community of Orthodox Christians.

Saint George Tropeoforos Greek Orthodox Church photographed in 1955.

As with any structure in New York City, our building on West 54th Street has a rich and storied history.

Constructed in 1886, our building has been, in turn, a political clubhouse, the home of an Irish-American fraternal organization, and the home of a bicycling association.

During the Great Depression, the building housed the Epirus Hellenic Center, and in the early 1950s, it became home to St. George Tropeoforos as a member Church of the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America.

Saint George Tropeoforos Greek Orthodox Church

Sunday Worship

We celebrate the Divine Liturgy each Sunday. We hope you will join us for the services.
Orthros: 8:15 a.m.
Divine Liturgy: 9:30 a.m.

Check our calendar for a list of services.

Giving Back to the Community

Each month, our ministry, Marilena’s Meals, assembles and distributes 80 sandwiches to those in need. Want to join us? Learn more here.
Do you have other ideas for giving back to the community? We’d love to hear from you. Contact us here.

Capital Campaign

We are grateful to the donors and sponsors who have made generous contributions to improve the exterior and interior of the building.
Click here to learn more about this important project.

We Are a Growing Parish

Our membership was largely affected by the Covid-19 pandemic due to families moving out of New York City. We are in a stage of growth once again and we look forward to welcoming you into our community. In 2023, we would like to start both Sunday School and G.O.Y.A. programs. Interested? Let us know here.

Fall Festival with parishioners and friends in October 2022, held in our first floor fellowship center.
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