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Holy Trinity Parish

Taking the Journey Together






CONFESSIONS  Holy Trinity will be resuming their weekly Confessions from 3:00-3:45 p.m. beginning Saturday, May 1st. Father will be available each Saturday going forward before Mass from 3:00-3:45 p.m. for us to be able to experience God’s love & mercy in this wonderful Sacrament.

AN INVITATION FOR HIGH SCHOOL SENIORS If you are a graduating High School Senior & member of Holy Trinity Parish, please join us as we celebrate you and pray for your continued success at the 10:30 Mass on Sunday, May 16th . The graduates will have reserved seating. If you can join us, please RSVP to the or 255-3162 x226

TIME TO SIGN UP FOR THE COMMUNITY GARDEN! We heard from so many of you about how excited you are to help make this happen. Please click this LINK to sign up to be part of this project that will benefit you, your family, your students and the whole community! We don’t want to let this opportunity pass us by–we need you to volunteer to make this happen. Thank you!

THE RAISE MORE, WIN MORE 50/50 RAFFLE THANKS YOU! We appreciate your support in this important fundraising effort–we hit $7300. Reminder: Pick up your socks or peace pole wrap at the parish office from 8-4 Monday through Friday. Thanks again!

CAN DRIVE ON SATURDAY-MAY 8TH Our Boy Scouts are hosting a Can Drive Saturday from 9:00-11:00 a.m. Just follow the drive thru in our HT Parking Lot on Saturday, May 8th.

OUR NEXT BAPTISM CLASS IS MAY 17TH If you would like your child baptized at Holy Trinity, a Baptism Class is required. Our next class is Monday, May 17th. Please pre-register by contacting the Parish Office at 255-3162 ext. 128 or emailing We look forward to celebrating with your family!

WE ARE GETTING CLOSE TO OUR ANNUAL DIOCESAN APPEAL(ADA) GOAL  The Annual Diocesan Appeal helps all parishioners encounter Christ, support our local communities of faith, as well as help people in need. If you didn’t receive Father Mark’s letter in the mail, you can pick up a pledge card in the church at Mass or at the Parish Office. You can also donate online HERE . Thank you!

IMPORTANT NOTE FROM BISHOP JOENSON  Please read this letter implementing a mask requirement in our parishes, effective immediately. This diocesan requirement applies to all those over the age of five, who do not have a medical or psychological condition prohibiting mask use. If parishioners are unsure whether an exemption applies to them, they should consult with their pastor who can assist in discernment. The Sunday Mass obligation remains suspended.  For those who are not able to attend Mass during the pandemic because of personal vulnerability, God’s infinite grace and mercy remain abundantly available.

OUR CORONAVIRUS page has the most recent updates including New CDC Quarantine Options and FLU vs Covid-19: What you should know from the Polk County Health Dept plus please read this letter from all the Bishops in Iowa about taking the COVID Vaccine.

RETURN TO LEARN PLAN Please review the 2020-21 Return To Learn Handbook | Infographic | Booklet