Adult Study Groups are announced from time to time and are frequently offered with varying dates and times. Topics have included a Bible Timeline. Sign up times are announced in the bulletin and/or monthly newsletter.

Faith Sharing for Small Groups is offered throughout the year, often on a continuing basis. Topics of interest to Catholics are offered in a sharing format. A video may be shown followed by discussion. Small groups meet in parishioners’ homes or at parish facilities at various times and days. Sign up is announced in the bulletin and/or monthly newsletter

Video Recording Assistant. Our weekend Masses are recorded and made available on our website via video streaming. Volunteers are needed to assist with camera placement and other areas of video recording.

Sacristans assist with light church cleaning on a regular weekly basis.

Parish Library is a collection of spiritual books, tapes, and videos suitable for adults and children and available for use by any parishioner. Volunteers assist with maintaining resources and adding new materials.

Money Counters work in small rotating teams to count, record and deposit the weekend collections. Each team counts once every eight weeks or so. While the time demands on each team are modest, the time saving help they provide to the office staff is quite significant.

Babysitting is provided by volunteers at the 8:30 a.m. and 11:00 a.m. Sunday Masses.  We have opening for those interested in helping in this are.

Coffee and Donuts, tea, orange juice, and pastries are provided during fellowship after the 8:30 AM Sunday Mass and prior to PSR classes. Volunteers are needed to assist.

Parish Christmas Dinner is planned and implemented by Holy Trinity parishioners. Volunteers assist with planning, set-up, and clean-up.

Parish Picnic is planned and implemented by the Picnic Committee, whose responsibility is to plan, set up and organize the games and events for the picnic, as well as secure prizes for these events. The Men’s Club grills the meat for the picnic and helps with set-up and clean-up. The Council of Catholic Women makes arrangements for the serving of food, makes calls to the call list for desserts, and helps with serving and clean-up.

Garden Ministry – All gardeners are invited to share their talents to maintain the parish grounds and gardens.  We do all the chores you do in your own yard except mow the grass!  You may take care of a specific area on your own or work with others on larger projects.  The Garden Ministry schedules a monthly Saturday work day during warm weather.

The Holy Trinity Health Ministry tries to meet two or three times a year. Members do not have to be a health care professional or health care provider to be a part of this ministry. The only requirement is that you have the desire to help advance the awareness of a healthy life style by supporting and promoting health issues directed at the varied and diverse demographics that make up the Holy Trinity Parish Family. The Health Ministry provides Blood Pressure Screenings once a month from September through May.

Faith in Action is a monthly interative hour-long session held the first Tuesday of each month. The group attempts to see beneath the surface of issues confronting the community adn the world and see how the Gospel and the Church would have us respond. Issues discussed include poverty, the environment, homelessness, intolerance, and real life application of the Beatitudes.

Funeral Dinners are offered for bereaved families as a way for families to remember their loved one and spend time together following the funeral. A dedicated group plans, prepares, serves and cleans up afterward.

Knitting & Crocheting Group meets the second and fourth Mondays of each month (except holidays) at 1:00 p.m. in the Parish Center. We always enjoy knitting and crocheting and visiting. All are welcome. There are no dues, nor requirements.

Parish Outreach is an opportunity for parishioners to offer assistance to others who need help with such things as transportation (to Mass, doctor appointments, etc.), home repairs, cleaning assistance, caregiver relief and similar assistance. It is also a method for parishioners who need these services to request them.

Parish Webmaster assists the parish office staff in maintaining the parish website and posting routine updates.

Office and Administrative Assistants help a few hours at a time with answering the phone, stamping and stuffing envelopes, etc. in the parish office as needed by the office staff.