Diners can choose from two platters — one featuring souvlaki, which is a pork shishkabob, and one featuring pastitsio, a rich Greek lasagna that is one of my favorite foods ever. Each platter costs $12 and comes with a variety of sides.
There will also be baklava and other desserts, and visitors can buy some items a la carte.
The small church last put on the dinner around 2007, but recently, it’s brought on a full-time priest and is trying to grow in size. A committee decided that bringing back the food festival would be a good start.
It’s an appetizer for another popular church fundraiser — the annual St. George Orthodox Christian Church’s Lebanese Dinner and Food Sale. This year’s is coming up Oct. 12 and 13.
For more information on Saturday’s dinner, visit the Holy Trinity website.