Parish Life

Parish Life is a ministry of Holy Trinity that focuses on building community, and supporting programs and events that allow parishioners to connect with one another on social, pastoral, spiritual, and emotional levels. There are many groups represented within Parish Life that play a part in making Holy Trinity a vibrant, involved and active parish.

For a complete description, visit our main Groups & Ministries page or view the pages below.


Lisa Dittmeier
(202) 903-2801

Upcoming Events

Join us for fellowship every Sunday in McKenna Hall after the 9:00am and 11:30am Masses for coffee and donuts. Can you help by volunteering to set up prior to the 9:00am Mass? Service hours for students are available.

PARISH CONNECTIONS - All are invited.  Look for details in upcoming bulletin

  • Sunday, June 10th  -   Annual Parish Picnic and Mass at Georgetown Visitation HS:  Mass at Visitation at 10:30am inside the Nolan Center.  Picnic on the ground to follow. More Information
    Can you Volunteer to Help? -  Sign up today! 


  •  Saturday, July 28th at 6:30  (After the Vigil Mass in McKenna Hall)
    Camp Trinity Bingo and Potluck

    Hosted by the CampTrinity Planning Committee.

    Ready for some old-fashioned fun, fantastic prizes and fabulous food?  Curious about Camp Trinity?  Want to meet fellow parishioners and connect with old and new friends? 
    The CampTrinity Planning Committee will provide bingo prizes, plastic and paper goods and drinks (lemonade, iced tea and water).  BYOB for the beverage of your choice.  To RSVP and to sign up for a dish, contact Marylou Sheils     

50+ GROUP -Click on the link below for more information

  • Tour of the Franciscan Monastery:  Father Greg Friedman, OFM, will give the 50+ Group a private tour at 400 Quincy St, NE, on June 9 at 11:00.  We will tour the church, catacombs, and beautiful gardens. We will learn about the history, architecture, plants and friars as we explore the formal upper garden, more natural lower garden, the vegetable garden and bee apiaries behind the monastery.  There is ample free parking at the Monastery.  For those interested, we will follow the tour with lunch at Brookland’s Finest.
    RSVP: Bonnie Shelor at
    The Roosevelt Island Walk:  In anticipation of Summer, a walk is scheduled for 10 AM on Saturday June 16.  The walk is easy and takes about an hour.  We’ll have an optional meetup afterward at a nearby coffee  house in Rosslyn for continued fellowship.
    There will be two meeting points and times:  9:40 AM on the sidewalk outside the Rosslyn Metro station and 10 AM in the Roosevelt Island parking lot near the footbridge to the island.  Drivers will want to know that access to the parking lot is only from the northbound George Washington Parkway.  The parking lot has limited capacity so it’s best to arrive a bit early.
    Family and friends are welcome.  RSVP is not necessary.  This is a rain-or-shine event—there’s no rain date.
    Point of Contact:    David Christian      703-785-3434