Calling all middle school families: BASH “family style” is coming up soon, an event with very similar, awesome, quality speakers, dinner, inflatables, scavenger hunt to the annual BASH…including Mass with Bishop Burbidge! AND you can bring your whole family, even the non-middle schoolers, on Saturday, April 24!
Here at Holy Trinity, on Sunday, April 11, from 2:30pm to 4 pm, join us in the main church as we experience the extraordinary love and mercy we all so desperately need in our lives, our families, and our world. Join in the recitation of the “Offering of Merciful Love”; Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament, the Chaplet of Divine Mercy in song and public veneration of the life-size Divine Mercy image.
The Holy Trinity Youth Ministries (HTYM) alms boards have been up in the Narthex, and we are humbling requesting your support, at least in prayer. We would also like to know how we can pray for you, too, and you can include those prayer intentions if would like to return an envelope.
So please consider supporting all HTYM with prayers and possibly more by taking an envelope, including a prayer card of a young saint. Thank you!
Tune in for a nationwide webinar to learn more about the Equality Act and its repercussions for families, faith, and freedom. The evening will be facilitated by Ryan T. Anderson. Hear presentations from experts including Mary Hasson, Susan Muskett, and Gregory Baylor.
Our monthly St. Joseph’s Workers organizational meeting will be held this Sunday, March 14. Please come to pray together, hear about our next service project coming up next week, brainstorm a bit for the next project after that, and to get priority access to the sign-up for our next service day!
What is Virtue & Valor, or “V&V”? This is a new young adult, table-top, role-playing ministry at Holy Trinity. All aged 18-34 are welcomed to join us, so feel free to invite a friend to join you to learn more next week…
The House of Representatives recently passed Bill #5 of 2021. It is deceivingly named, Equality Act of 2021. It is anything but. It will now go to the Senate to be voted on. We had better get everyone we have ever come in contact with to storm the Senate with phone calls, phone calls and more phone calls! Other means of communication cannot hurt.