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Holy Trinity Parish

Taking the journey together






JOIN US FOR MASS FOR THE SOLEMNITY OF THE IMMACULATE CONCEPTION ON DECEMBER 8th  We will celebrate a Mass for the Immaculate Conception on Tuesday, December 8th at 8:30 a.m. or 6:30 p.m. We will honor Mary, our Mother on this special day.

JOIN US FOR OUR ADVENT TAIZE SERVICES Advent is upon us. We will have our beautiful Taize services beginning Sunday, December 6th at 6:00 p.m. in our church and continuing on December 13th & 20th as well. Our simple, short service lasts 30-40 minutes and invites us to deepen our faith. Join us as we journey through Advent.

INDIVIDUAL ADVENT RECONCILIATION TIMES We will have Individual Reconciliation Times on Wednesday, December 2nd & 16th from 6-7 p.m. Also, on Saturday, December 5th & 12th from 9-10 a.m. Due to COVID, all confessions will be by the Holy Family Alcove and we will use the screen for protection of all. Take advantage of His forgiveness as we journey this Advent Season.

TITHING LETTERS Thank you to the many people who have returned their pledge card!  There is much to do next year for many that need it the most. With your help and God willing, 2021 can be a year filled with faith, service and respect for all as we continue to take this journey together here at Holy Trinity. Please pray on what your family can give back to the parish next year. If you need a pledge card, please contact the Parish Office at 255-3162.

#GIVINGTUESDAY On this long weekend filled with football, shopping and food, please take some time to pray on what you and your family can do to help others who may not be so fortunate. #givingtuesday2020 is Dec 1 this year–kick off this most sacred season by giving to HT at or to other charities you believe in. 

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. A personal preference opposed to mask use, or the belief that masks are not effective, does not qualify as a condition exempting one from 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.

Please go to our CORONAVIRUS page to find the most recent updates UPDATE: FLU  vs Covid-19: What you should know from the Polk County Health Dept Oct 8, 2020

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