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Holy Trinity Parish

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VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL IS BACK.¬†During the week of July 8th – 12th, we will spend our week having fun, and learning about God’s awesome love for each one of us! This year’s theme is¬†SCUBA: Diving into friendship with God.¬†Vacation¬†Bible¬†School¬†is open to any student entering Kindergarten through 5th grade in the fall of 2024. Cost is $50 per child with a $130 family maximum. Your fee covers all programming¬†for the week, snacks, crafts, a t-shirt, and some¬†VBS¬†swag at the end of the week. We also need help from our middle¬†school¬†students, high¬†school¬†students, college kids, moms & dads, grandmas & grandpas, and any adult of the parish that wants to help out with an awesome adventure! Applications can be found in the entryways of the church, as well as on our parish website.¬†Vacation¬†Bible¬†School¬†is a popular event at HT, so don’t miss out! If you have questions, please contact John Mertes, Director of Faith Formation at (515) 255-3162, extension 224, or via email at¬†

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Apply January 27, 2024.

The Region defines ‚Äúgeneral community‚ÄĚ as non-Catholic families, and prioritizes applicants based on the application time stamp, available space, admissions review processes, and consideration for students‚Äô best interests.

2024-25 School Year Application Thank you for considering Holy Trinity Catholic School! Apply here!

BAPTISM CLASS Our next baptism class will be held on June 10th, 2024 at 6 pm in the media center. Please RSVP to Jan Swinton,, in the Parish office if you are interested in having your child baptized at Holy Trinity.

LATEST REGIONAL UPDATE- FEBRUARY 2024 See the latest update to parents here!

Regional Website-

NEW OPPORTUNITY! Would you be willing to make and deliver dinner for the residents of the Catholic Charities Family Shelter?  The fourth Saturday of each month is reserved for HT parishioners to do so.  You are welcome to work together with a group of families or your organization for this purpose.  Please prayerfully consider participating;  you can sign by contacting Nick Bigelow for more details at  

The Des Moines Area Religious Council (DMARC) works in partnership with the Eat Greater Des Moines network to provide food security to food pantries and other anti-hunger organizations throughout Central Iowa. At this time, more people are being assisted than at any time in the organization’s history. Those wishing to provide their support may drop their food or non-food items (diapers, wipes personal products, etc.) into one of the green collection tubs located at the church entries.¬†

DMARC also welcomes money donations as they are able to buy items at discounted prices and realize savings with their purchases. Money donations may be made by using the QR code system now in place through the Church Office or by email, ‚Äč