Our parish offers numerous opportunities for adults to grow in their faith. From joining a prayer group , attending a retreat, participating in the adult choir, embarking on a pilgrimage and more, we are hopeful you will find an opportunity that speaks to you! Take a look below at what we have to offer.
All adults are welcome and encouraged to join the Holy Trinity Choir! The choir meets and is active only during Advent/Christmas seasons and Lent/Easter seasons. The choir practices weekly during these times.
Why join the Holy Trinity Choir? We have great fellowship and fun as we sing the Lord’s praises AND it draws us closer to the Lord in our personal relationship. We would love to have new members join!
Contact: Joe Neumann at 612-221-4322 or Lavon Kielkucki at 651-208-1636.
The mission of ChristLife is to help people discover, follow, and share Jesus Christ. ChristLife is split into three, seven week series: Discovering Christ, Following Christ, and Sharing Christ.
Discovering Christ is the first of the series where anyone and everyone, from the baptized in the pews to the unbaptized, is invited to hear the Good News and personally encounter Jesus Christ. Discovering Christ helps people enter into or renew a personal relationship with Jesus Christ, experience the love of God the Father, and be empowered by the Holy Spirit to live as God’s children. The weekly sessions include four components: a meal, prayer time, a video teaching, and small group discussion.
During Discovering Christ we will ponder and discuss question like “What is the Meaning of Life?”, “Why does Jesus Matter”, and “Why do I need a Savior?” Come find the answers to these and many more questions that we face on the journey of faith. After completing Discovering Christ you will be invited to join Following Christ and then Sharing Christ.
Questions? Contact Joe Neumann at email@example.com.
Grounded In Faith Together (GIFT) Pilgrimage plans to offer at least one pilgrimage yearly. Come and answer God’s invitation for a special occasion of renewal! Click on the file below for more information and to view 2019 photos on GIFT Pilgrimage.
Questions? Contact Roxanne Felder at firstname.lastname@example.org
What is a pilgrimage?
A pilgrimage is a spiritual journey to which the pilgrim joyfully responds “yes” to God’s invitation. It is a journey with a deeper and more spiritual meaning. The word pilgrim comes from the Latin word “peregrinum” which conveys the idea of wandering over a distance. A pilgrimage is not purposeless wandering. It is a journey with a higher purpose and that purpose is to honor God. One of the earliest use of the word can be found in works of Saint Augustine of Hippo. In his text, “Peregrinatio,” he described a Christian spiritual journey as a self-imposed exile of the pilgrim in which he searched for God’s truth.
Purified- Coming in 2021!
Holy Trinity is excited to announce an incredible event for families, ages 13 and up. Purified will take place in 2021 (date yet to be determined) and will feature international speaker and author Jason Evert, who has spoken to more than one million teens on the topic of chastity. Purified brings parents and teens together to discover God’s plan for love and opens up an opportunity to continue the discussion about this important topic at home with resources that work. The event includes a talk from Jason where he mixes humor with down-to-earth practicality, making the difficult conversations about love much easier, and ends with Adoration, praise and worship, and an opportunity for the Sacrament of Reconciliation, transforming the night into a mini-retreat for the whole family.
Get answers to life’s tough questions about love, dating, and relationships from internationally acclaimed speaker Jason Evert and leave with a healthy sense of self-worth and the ability, if needed, to start again.
Questions? Contact Kristen Soley at 763-218-3851.
Revive is a monthly faith gathering for women with the mission to create a supportive community for all women to encounter Christ, build a relationship with Him, and be empowered to share their faith with others.
Revive yourself—be inspired with praise, worship, prayer, dynamic speakers, fellowship, chocolate, wine and refreshments. Each Revive get-together is a stand-alone event. Come when you can. All women are welcome! Bring the favorite women in your life: your mom, sister, daughter, friend, co-worker, etc. The monthly gatherings are held at Holy Trinity in the social hall on the 3rd Mondays Spring through Fall.
Committee Members are Kristin Adams, Leigha Bruns, Emma Oglesby, Ann Brown, Betty Johnson, Pam Fleischacker and Melissa Neumann.
Questions? Contact Melissa Neumann at email@example.com
Together Encountering Christ (TEC) Retreat
Are you longing to belong? Are you looking for a faith boost? Are you in need of wanting time away from the world? Are you longing to meet other faith filled friends?
You are invited to attend this 3 day Catholic retreat that is open to all faiths. This retreat is multi-generational for ages 16 years and older. There are adult, young adult and teen tables for small group discussions. The weekend is a collection of speakers, activities and time to meditate upon the life of Jesus and encounter Him in a special way. TEC retreat focuses on the life, passion and resurrection of Jesus Christ and how this impacts our lives as Christians.
Why should you attend a TEC weekend? The reasons are numerous and deeply personal for each person. TEC provides time away from busy schedules to have time for ourselves. TEC is a great way to grow in faith and find a community to belong to. The reasons are endless. Join Us! Invite a friend or come by yourself!
Women’s Prayer Group
Holy Trinity Women’s Prayer Group is a women’s prayer ministry, welcoming women of all ages, including their young children.
Our mission is to focus on the importance of our vocation of wife and mother, all while holding Holy Trinity Catholic Church, School, and our children in prayer, as well as all other prayer intentions of the women in our group. Each gathering begins with the rosary; we then enjoy fellowship with coffee / tea as we read and discuss great Catholic literature.
We meet in the Holy Trinity Church Social Hall (basement) on Fridays at 9:30am, and we conclude at 11:00 a.m. We meet every Friday throughout the school year. We would love to have you join us for this blessed time in prayer, Catholic catechesis, and fellowship!
Questions? Contact Kristen Soley at 763-218-3851.