Church Membership

Church Membership

Dear members and friends,

Holy Trinity Armenian Church has been a cornerstone of the Armenian community of Toronto since 1928. Today, under the leadership of Rev. Archpriest Fr. Zareh Zargarian and the Vicar and Parish Council, we have hundreds of amazing volunteers in dozens of auxiliary bodies and committees working together under the church umbrella, providing programs and services to local communities and Armenians living in the Greater Toronto Area.

Your involvement and participation in spiritual services, sacraments, social & cultural events, humanitarian & educational programs, defines the true meaning of our church, making it your second home and a safe haven where everyone is welcome.

Becoming a dues paying member of Holy Trinity Armenian Church enables the church to continue serving you and your loved ones. Your annual contribution allows us to operate and pay for costly expenses required to maintain the aging structure of the church. For this reason, we are sincerely grateful for your continued financial and moral support.

To become a new member or to update your membership status, please complete the Membership form below and submit the payment of $70 for adults, $30 for students (18 to 25 year olds) .

All members of Holy Trinity Armenian Church receive a membership card with their name and their membership code on it. It is recommended that you carry it with you as it has a safekeeping prayer on it both in English and Armenian. If you have not received your membership card, need to make corrections or would like to have additional information, please contact us at your earliest convenience and we will gladly assist you.

Membership Form

Forms of payment:
Cheque payable to:
Holy Trinity Armenian Church
Address: 920 Progress Avenue, Toronto, ON M1G 3T5
E-Transfer via
Credit Card: Online or over the phone: 416-431-3001 Ext. 226

On behalf of the Holy Trinity Armenian Church Pastor and Parish Council,

Ani Sarvarian
Executive Secretary

HTAC Membership Card Sample