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Holy Trinity Orthodox Cathedral

1121 N Leavitt St, Chicago, IL 60622-3502
+1 773-486-6064
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One of only two churches designed by Louis Sullivan

Holy Trinity Orthodox Cathedral at 1121 North Leavitt Street is the cathedral church of the... read more

Reviewed 19 December 2016
Taylor B
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Chicago, Illinois
Small and local

Although the tour of the Ukrainian Village is not as good as it is made out to be, the churches are... read more

Reviewed 20 March 2016
Edward W
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Toronto, Canada
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Founded in 1892, Holy Trinity Cathedral is home to the oldest Orthodox parish in Chicago. This beautiful church was designed by the famous American architect, Louis Sullivan. It was consecrated by St. Tikhon of Moscow in 1903 and built under the leadership of St. John Kochurov of Chicago, who was martyred in the Bolshevik Revolution. Located in the heart of Chicago’s historic Ukrainian Village-Wicker Park neighborhood, Holy Trinity has been a vital part of the community for more than a century. It’s an official City of Chicago Landmark and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Today, it’s the center of religious life for many Orthodox faithful and their families. We are dedicated to serving the people of God in the spirit of Christian love, and we invite you to come and worship with us whenever you are in the Ukrainian Village-Wicker Park area. Tours are available by appointment or worship with us during services.
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19 Dec 2016
“One of only two churches designed by Louis Sullivan”
20 Mar 2016
“Small and local”
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1121 N Leavitt St, Chicago, IL 60622-3502
Northwest Side
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Reviewed 19 December 2016

Holy Trinity Orthodox Cathedral at 1121 North Leavitt Street is the cathedral church of the Orthodox Church in America Diocese of the Midwest, one of only two churches designed by Louis Sullivan, one of the seminal architects of the late 19th and early 20th centuries....More

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Reviewed 20 March 2016

Although the tour of the Ukrainian Village is not as good as it is made out to be, the churches are the definite highlight. This is perhaps the nicest of the big three as it is tucked away on back streets and feels more organic...More

1  Thank Edward W
Reviewed 17 December 2015

A lovely church - a lot smaller than I had imagined. We came in during a service. Singing was beautiful.

1  Thank wells201
Reviewed 30 December 2014

Small, quaint, very friendly, and open to visitors. Went Christmas day, service was in English, and was beautiful. Did not have a problem with on street parking.

1  Thank CJN23
Reviewed 22 October 2014

JMJ After seeing the large Ukrainian Cathedral, this building struck you as so small but after entering, the beauty made up for the size. Because a Divine Liturgy was in progress, we could only go so far in the building but we went up into...More

2  Thank mother15
Reviewed 28 May 2012

Ukrainian Village. Famous architect designed this. Very small but ornate inside. Construction was partially funded by the Czarist of Russia. We got a little "tour" from a parishioner.

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