Daily Mass, Weekday Mass is celebrated at 9:00 a.m. Monday through Saturday; at 6:30 a.m. Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday; and at 6:30 P.M. on Wednesday. Parishioners are invited to come to Mass during the week in addition to the Sunday liturgy. Other parishes also offer weekday Mass times. If Holy Trinity’s weekday Mass schedule doesn’t fit your schedule, try to find a weekday Mass near your work or school.

Evangelization is reaching out to others, sharing your faith and inviting them to come to Mass with you, become involved in the parish, or simply pray for self and others. Everyone can evangelize; it is not up to clergy alone.

The Parish Council, together with the pastor, is concerned with the total mission of the parish, including its spiritual, educational, and temporal needs. It is an advisory board responsible to the pastor. Members are elected to a three-year term and attend regular meetings on the second Monday of each month.

The Welcoming Committee plays a vital role to visitors and new members of our parish family. New parishioners who complete a parish registration form are invited to join members of the Welcoming Committee for either the Knights of Columbus Breakfast or in the summertime, Coffee & Donuts. Each new family receives a packet of welcome materials from the committee. The time commitment to this committee is small, but important and lasting.

The Finance Committee, along with the pastor, plans the annual budget for the parish and monitors financial activities throughout the year. This group also meets with the pastor to review monthly financial reports and assist with special fundraising projects.

The Stewardship Committee supports and promotes involvement in parish ministries and organizations. The Committee assists with Stewardship Sunday sign-up, parish stewardship membership lists, parish directory content, and information to newcomers. The committee meets as needed on the first Thursday of the month at 7:00 p.m.

The Men’s Club –
The purpose of the Men’s Club is to be active leaders of the Holy Trinity Parish Family. We are the only men’s organization that is devoted exclusively to the purpose of supporting Holy Trinity Parish. Through social activities and programs; spiritual, service and support activities; the Men’s Club strives to build a strong, true and faith-filled Catholic parish for years to come.
The Council of Catholic Women (CCW) – The purpose of CCW is to develop spirituality, encourage fellowship, and foster leadership among the women in our parish, region, and diocese. The CCW is a spiritual and service organization comprised of all women of the parish 18 or older.  Meetings are held monthly on the 3rd Monday  in the Father Allen Room.  Informational programs on a variety of subjects are included several times a year.  CCW serves the parish and community on many levels, assisting with the parish picnic and with various receptions.   Annual events include the Fall Bazaar and International Fun Night.  We welcome and encourage all women of the parish to become active participants in your parish CCW.  A complete schedule of programs and events may be found in the weekly bulletin or monthly newsletter.

St. Anthony’s Guild meets on the second Monday of the month from September to May. The guild promotes the Catholic way of life through prayer, works of mercy, and involvement in the parish and when able supporting community needs. Special projects include tying quilts and making fleece blankets for needy organizations in the Springfield area. We make and distribute Christmas and Spring gift bags for our homebound members.

St. Vincent de Paul Society helps the needy in the Springfield area in a variety of ways, including distributing funds donated by parishioners to families and individuals in the form of utility assistance. We support LifeHouse Crisis Maternity Home by providing a meal several times a year. Our group participates in quarterly special projects, such as preparing and distributing toiletries kits to veterans and homeless individuals, and providing foot care kits to homeless individuals at the Hope Connection event.

The Moms’ Group was formed to support mothers of young children, to foster motherhood in the Catholic faith, and to provide a forum for discussion. The group meets the first Tuesday of each month, and children are welcome.

Middle School Youth Group (Grades 6-8) Volunteers support our youth by helping provide spiritual, social, and service opportunities within the parish. Activities include pizza parties, game nights, retreats, and field trips.

High School Youth Group (Grades 9-12) Volunteers support our youth by helping provide spiritual, social, and service opportunities within the parish. Activities include pizza parties, game nights, retreats, and field trips.

St. Monica’s Guild is a group of women who actively participate in many parish functions and community needs that include the following: bake sale booth at the Fall Bazaar; regular support of Newborns In Need by donating baby items; responding to and supporting CCW needs; assisting with preparing and serving funeral dinners; preparing and serving lunch twice a year for the Association for the Blind; hosting a Christmas Luncheon for parish staff; and visiting and supporting community organizations such as The Kitchen, Harmony House, and St. Joseph’s Academy. The Guild meets the third Thursday of each month following the 9:00 a.m. Mass.