Create A Lasting Memory
Located in the outer courtyard of Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church is a Commemorative Walkway made of specially engraved brick pavers. This is an ongoing project, supported by parishioners and friends of Holy Trinity who wish to honor someone or commemorate an event.
This walkway of personalized pavers also supports Holy Trinity in its mission to continue to grow as a living Church, dedicated to Orthodox Christian worship, values and education.
To order a 4” x 8” ($100) or 8” x 8” ($250) custom engraved paver, please use the attached order form and send it with your check to:
Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church
2940 County Road 214
St Augustine, FL 32084
Your donation toward the Commemorative Walkway is tax deductible.
If you have any questions, please contact the Church office:
Monday through Friday 9-1 904-829-0504 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Street Address: __________________________________________________
City: _________________________ State: ______Zip Code: ______________
Phone: ________________________ E-Mail: ___________________________
If you wish to have one of the following designs on your paver, please check the appropriate number.
Logo #1_____ Logo #2_____ Logo #3_____
___4 x 8 Paver: 3 lines of 20 characters per line, including spaces and punctuation. (do not use shaded area if including clip art) $100 Each
____8 x 8 Paver: 6 lines of 20 characters per line, including spaces and punctuation. (do not use shaded area if including clip art) $250 Each
Please make your tax deductible check payable to:
Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church (“Brick” on memo line)
Mail Order Form & Check to: Holy Trinity, 2940 C.R. 214,St Augustine, FL 32084
If you have any questions, please contact the church office
904-829-0504 Weekdays, 9-1, or email@example.com
(document revision date – March 2017)
Dormition of St. Anna, mother of the Theotokos; Olympias the Deaconess; Eupraxia & Julia the Righteous of Tabenna; Gregory Kallidis, Metropolitan of Heraclea; Memory of the Fifth Ecumenical Council in Constantinople (553)