To My Holy Trinity Family:
Over the summer we completed several
maintenance projects around our campus. The big one of course was the renovation of the school building. There were also smaller projects that happened. You may have noticed that the parking lot wall is now newly painted. The benches in the parking lot have been freshly painted as well. The rectory on Brunswick Avenue also needed some much needed maintenance to the roof. We also needed to purchase a new washing machine for the rectory. The bathrooms for our teachers also had plumbing issues. I like to keep you all informed to what is going on around campus. I thank you for your generosity. This is only possible because of your love for this parish. May God reward you all for your generosity.
Last weekend our parish once again responded to those who needed our help the most. Our second collection for those impacted by the recent hurricanes was very successful. As of today, we have collected roughly $3,630.00. This money has been forwarded to Catholic Charities to help with the relief effort. May healing come to all those who have been impacted by the massive destruction from the hurricanes.
Adult Bible Study will return this Tuesday night. Class will be held every Tuesday night from 7:30-8:30pm. We will be studying the readings for the coming Sunday’s mass. All adults are invited to join us as we break open the word of God. It is a very casual group. Bring your bibles and join us for prayer and small community building.
Recently, we have had a lot of people dropping clothes off at our Church or in front of the rectory. We do not collect clothes at the rectory, we simply do not have the storage space. The St. Vincent De Paul truck does collect clothes, however. Four times a year the truck will be available for your donations. However, the rectory does take non-perishable food and water donations for those in need. Food gift cards to local fast food restaurants are also a great way to help those in need. As always, you can use your envelope for St. Vincent De Paul and those funds go directly to help those most in need.
Bishop Brennan will be with us next Sunday
at the 10:30am mass. All are invited to join us for this special mass and blessing of the school building after. A light reception will take place. Let us stay united in prayer! In Christ,