First Sunday Collection
The first Sunday of each month we have a collection for those in need. These funds are divided at the pastor's discretion among agencies serving those in need.
Tudor Oaks Outreach (Senior Outreach)
Tudor Oaks is a retirement community with independent apartments, assisted living, and skilled care. The outreach program provides communion services including taking communion to those unable to attend a service or mass. The first three Wednesdays of each month our priests preside at the 9:30am mass.
The altar society maintains the altar clothes, albs, towels, and any other altar items. Members make sure all linens are clean, pressed, and repaired as needed.
Meet 4 times per calendar year for breakfast after the 8:30am mass in the parish office. The group provides a setting where women of the parish can meet with their peers, believing in each other, supporting each other's Christian values, and providing opportunities for personal spiritual growth. In preparation for Advent we hold our annual Advent by Candlelight. As members of MACCW District 16 we collect layette items during Lent for Birthright and Catholic Charities. In June there is a salad supper with various types of entertainment. Other activities include a summer rummage sale, 3 bake and card sales, and support and participate in other parish activities as needed. Yearly dues are $5. All women of the parish are welcome and encouraged to join.
President: Linda Schreiner email@example.com
Vice President: Amy Dey firstname.lastname@example.org
Secretary: Susan Blatner email@example.com
Treasurer: Suzanne Jensen
Knights of Columbus Trinity Council #4580
The Knights of Columbus was started by Fr. Michael McGivney to help those in need. Our council has members from local churches and is based within the Sacred Heart Seminary and School of Theology. We meet the second Tuesday of each month at 7:30pm. Membership is open to any practicing Catholic gentleman at least 18 years of age. Our common bond is our devotion to the Catholic faith and our brotherhood in Christ. We have joined together to help one another become better Catholics, better husbands, better fathers, better providers for the financial protection of our families and better citizens of the countries in which we live. And we place special emphasis on charity, the first principle of the Order. For membership information call parish member: Nick Ioder 414-427-1444
Visit our website: http://www.trinitycouncil4580.com