Fall Newsletter Now Available

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Human Trafficking Discussion
“Coffee and Conversation” to discuss human trafficking on Sunday, October 26, after the 11:00 AM Mass (will begin around noon), in the Adult Formation Rooms.  All are invited to hear Sr. Judy Morris, O.P. who will discuss “Human Trafficking as Modern Day Slavery: A Religious Response.”  Please RSVP to Beverly Beckman, (502) 426-1221 or email her at bevbeckman1@gmail.com.


Senior Corner
Senior Series has Begun
ThisMonday, October 27, 2014 is our last session for the Senior Series.  We meet in the Adult Formation Rooms for lunch at 11:30 AM and the program starts at 12:00 Noon.  Each life is a unique and invaluable story.  Each Monday we will be remembering and telling our stories.   Each week stands independently of the others, so please join us when you can.  


Remembering Our Loved Ones
We remember our deceased relatives and friends with a Day of the Dead altar in the Gathering Space.  On the weekend of Nov 1/2, parishioners are invited to bring in pictures of those they wish to honor and place them on the decorated table.  They can be picked up the weekend of Nov.15/16.  We also honor the deceased members of our parish who have died during the past year with a display of their names.


Prayerline Prayer Service
Join the parish prayerline for our monthly prayer service held on Tuesday, November 4, 2014, after the 5:00 PM Liturgy.  Come pray for the needs of the parish, the community, and the world, as well as your own personal intentions.
Thanksgiving Baskets
The St. Vincent de Paul Holy Trinity Conference is working with St. Augustine Catholic Church and St. MAM to provide 160 Thanksgiving Dinner Baskets to families in need in our community.  Show your generosity of spirit by donating dinner goods or cash at the St. Vincent dePaul table, in the Gathering Space, after Mass on November 1/2; 8/9; 15/16 and 22/23.  Cash donations will be used to purchase turkeys and perishables for the dinner baskets.  Food donations needed are canned sweet potatoes, cranberry sauce, green beans, corn and fruit, boxes of corn bread mix, stuffing and instant mashed potatoes as well as gravy.
Baby Bottles
Did you forget to return your baby bottle?!  Don’t worry—it is not too late.   Just bring your bottle to church next weekend or drop it off in the Parish Office this week.  Thank you!  Your life changing, life-saving donations will make it possible for Little Way Pregnancy Resource Center to continue their work in helping women in crisis pregnancies.  


Prayer Service of Remembrance

On Monday, November 3, at 7:00 PM, in the church, a Prayer Service of Remembrance will be held for all those who have died in our Parish over this past year and for those who would like to honor deceased loved ones.  Please feel free to add the name of your deceased loved ones to the Book of the Deceased in the back of church, by the baptismal font.  (It will be there throughout the month of November).  We will be praying for our beloved deceased throughout the month of November, at every Mass celebrated at Holy Trinity.


Why Catholic? Large Group Discussion
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Fr. Mark will offer a large group presentation on this year’s Why Catholic? theme of morality and Catholic Social Teaching on Wednesday, November 5, in the Adult Formation Rooms.  
 This sessions will begin with a “lite” meal at 6:30 PM and will be completed by 8:00 PM.
In order to ensure enough food, reservations are necessary.  Call the parish office at 897-5207.


Thank You Holy Trinity Parish
Your Holy Trinity Respect Life Committee would like to thank everyone for your participation in our
Respect Life Month activities and collections.  The Baby Bottle Boomerang and the collection for the River’s Edge Nursing Home are only two of our many pro-life efforts consistent with the Pastoral Plan for Pro-Life Activities in which we are called upon to assist with education that will deepen the understanding of the sanctity of human life and the humanity of unborn children.  For more information about the Respect Life Committee and the Pastoral Plan for Pro-Life Activities, please see the information in the bulletin and in the Gathering Space. 


Stewardship Giving

For parishioners interested in provinging Stewardship payments via electronic withdrawl, please visit our Stewardship Page to find our Automatic Giving Agreement OR download the same agreement below. 

Automatic Giving Agreement - Stewardship

Please fill out and submit this form to the parish office.  

If you have any questions, please contact Bruce Hines in the parish office: 502-897-5207.