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Coronavirus Updates

Please review the 2020-21 Return To Learn Handbook | Infographic | Booklet  

HOLY TRINITY CATHOLIC SCHOOL OFFERED ROBUST DISTANCE LEARNING TO CONTINUE OUR STUDENTS’ EDUCATION Our exceptional teachers and staff worked diligently to continue to offer a rich, faith-based educational experience for all students during the pandemic closure. Please go HERE to hear about the experience from our parents.

PUBLIC SUNDAY MASSES AT HOLY TRINITY Catholics are still relieved of their Sunday obligation. You can worship online with us on Facebook — our page is public so you do not need an account to view. To watch, go to at the times listed and look for the “LIVE” red link. Click the link to view. You can find our COVID Mass Schedule HERE.  If you want to watch at a later time, click on “videos” and you will be able to select the one you would like to watch. You can enjoy our Bulletin online HERE. 

RETURNING TO MASS Please review this important flyer from the CDC and this new document highlighting details on returning to Mass from Bishop Joenson

GIVING & DONATIONS Holy Trinity has set up an online donation button for those who wish to continue to contribute to the parish. You can connect to it HERE. We thank you for your generosity during these difficult times.

SOCIAL SERVICES Catholic Charities can be contacted if you need help with food, counseling or other social services

FREE MEALS This LINK lists places offering free meals to all (no age or income requirements) and this LINK lists places that are offering meals for students.



VOLUNTEERS NEEDED We have a need for additional Volunteers to help during this time. If you would like to help click HERE or call the Parish Office at 255-3162. Below are some opportunities for you to get involved:

  • Written Correspondence: Send personal notes and cards to those who are isolated, quarantined or social-distancing
  • Shopping and Delivery: Physically shop for and deliver groceries or pharmaceuticals as needed
  • Prayer Partners: Pray together by phone, by FaceTime, or email with a fellow parishioner—prior to beginning a prayer relationship, individuals will receive guidelines