Capital Campaign – Building on Tradition
Trinity Hall (formerly the theater). Shown is the staging used by the parish for Mass on Sundays as well as the school for theatrical performances.
Trinity Hall (formerly the theater). Shown is the staging for screenings/presentations. The parish has used this set-up for Movie Moments of Grace, Social Justice presentations, Youth Ministry Movie and Game Night, among others. One of the first uses of this set-up was a combined viewing of both parishioners and HTS students of the Pope's address to Congress.
Trinity Hall (formerly the theater). Shown is how Trinity Hall can be used as gymnasium. Pictured are Holy Trinity School students enjoying an afternoon game of Dodgeball. 2015-2016 was the first year Holy Trinity CYO teams could practice on their home court.
These are very exciting times for the Holy Trinity Community. With our school buildings and theater nearly one hundred years old, and the church over one hundred and sixty years old, it was extremely important to have basic repairs and renovations done to the school buildings and church. In 2013, The Building on Tradition-Capital Campaign was established by a devoted group of parishioners, parents and friends. This project enables us to continue in serving our parish mission and purpose. The success of the total project will provide our children and fellow parishioners with the necessary renovated buildings to be enjoyed now and for the next one hundred years. It also permits us the unique opportunity to deepen our Ignatian Spirituality outreach and Social Justice concern and commitment to the underserved community.
To date we have reached $11.4 Million of our $12.5 Million goal to accomplish the work outlined below:
- $12 Million - Construction Costs
- $250K - Social Justice
- $250K- Ignatian Spirituality
For additional information or to make a contribution to The Capital Campaign, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Also, Capital Campaign Donor Cards are available in the card racks at the entrance of the church.