Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church


Replaced the First Greek Church in Utah, consecrated in 1905. Designed in the Byzantine tradition, its construction began in July 1923 and was completed in August 1924. Surrounding the church were once many immigrant neighborhoods dependent on the railroads and mines. The church remains a symbol of early Greek life in Utah.

On 300 West, Salt Lake City, (On the right when traveling north)
Utah State Historical Society. (Marker Number S-46
Official (Historical Marker Database)
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