Direct service allows parishioners a chance to help, which is how St. Ignatius described service – nothing lofty, simply helping and working side-by-side with others. This kind of service allows us to form relationships, show solidarity, and learn and work with others, particularly the poor and vulnerable. It also allows us to share the life that God has given us.
Power of One
Our annual parish day of service will be Saturday June 6 this year. Opportunities to come together with other parishioners in service will be available around the metro area. More information is available on our Power of One page
Saturday and Sunday Meals for the Homeless
Holy Trinity coordinates weekly sit-down meals for the homeless in Georgetown. In addition to preparing and serving food, there are some light set-up and clean-up duties. For more information, contact Mike Conway, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Provide-a-meal, meal service to the homeless every 4th Saturday, especially in the summer. Contact Patrick McCourt, email@example.com.
Winter Shelter at Holy Trinity
For two weeks over the Christmas holidays Holy Trinity hosts the Georgetown Ministries Homeless Winter shelter for approximately 10 to 12 adults. Volunteers are needed to prepare dinner or breakfast for up to 12, share the meal with the guests, and clean up. The conversation is always lively and engaging.
Christ House Lunch
Every second Saturday of the month Holy Trinity parishioners serve lunch to the guests at Christ House. For more information, please contact Don Leathem, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Service Opportunities Available at Local Organizations
For more information about the type of service available, whether it is family friendly, and whether the work is better undertaken over the short-term or long-term, please contact the individual organization listed in our Volunteer Booklet. If you need assistance in connecting with an organization, please feel free to contact Kate Tromble, email@example.com.