Coming Up!

Giving Tree

November 20-December 10
This year we are providing gifts to Casa Chirilagua, Fr. McKenna Center, Georgetown Ministry Center, Holy Family Hospital of Bethlehem Foundation, Hope & a Home, Mary House, Northwest Center, Spanish Catholic Center, St. Ann's Center, and St. Jean Baptiste Sister Parish. We have many requests for bathrobes, Barbies, matchbox cars, and bath towel sets. Virtual opportunities are available through Amazon and the Virtual Sign Up Genius. There will be opportunities to wrap and package gifts the week of December 11. We are grateful for your support of this annual project to bring joy to families throughout our region and beyond!

World AIDS Day Mass

December 1, 5:30pm, Chapel of St. Ignatius

Shop for a Cause

December 3, McKenna Hall following all morning Masses
Shop baked goods, crafts, Haitian coffee, holiday gifts, pupusas and more. All proceeds benefit the Migrant Fund and our sister parishes.

Our Lady of Guadalupe Mass

December 9, 3pm, Church
Celebrate the Feast Day of the patron saint of Mexico and the Americas with the HT Migrant Familia. Mass will be followed by cookies with Santa in Trinity Hall.


Missed a speaker? Visit our CommuniTeas and Women Who Stay pages to be inspired!


Pilgrimage to Alabama

January 5-7, 2024

Holy Trinity is partnering with Catholic Mobilizing Network to offer this 3-day pilgrimage to Montgomery & Selma. We hope to provide participants the opportunity to further personal formation and to deepen a faith rooted in justice.

Registration is now open. Please review the invitation to see if this is the right opportunity for you. Please email if you have any questions.



Immersion Experience in El Salvador

January 24-31, 2024 
The primary purpose of this trip is to better understand the reality of life of our sister parish brothers and sisters in La Chacra, San Salvador, El Salvador.

Register to be added to the list, and email Margie Legowski for additional details.



Immersion Experience at the Arizona Border

April 5-9, 2024 
The Kino Border Initiative has been offering eye-opening, informative, reflective Immersion Experiences. Immersion Experiences allow participants to cross the border to Nogales, Sonora to meet with migrants and asylum seekers, tour our resource center, accompany the Kino team in providing humanitarian services, as well as hike in the desert, converse with ranchers in a rural town in southern Arizona, visit organizations in Tucson, and reflect on legal issues and the immigration system.

Register to be added to the list and to receive more details.



Weekend Suppers in Georgetown

Volunteer for the weekend Georgetown Suppers. Started in 2013 by parishioners and maintained during COVID, a group of volunteers serve an average of 50 homeless men and women each weekend.

Holy Trinity participates with other Georgetown churches to host Saturday Suppers at Mt. Zion UMC. Dates are listed below with links to the sign up. To receive updates about Saturday Supper opportunities, please email

December  9

SOME Support

The new fall/winter flyer outlines the dates, breakfast kit components, and more. Please continue to sign up so our volunteers know what to expect! Please note collection dates have moved to Sundays, and we will continue to take donations in advance at the Parish Center.

November 19

December 17

Please sign up!

Ways to Help

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.

Visit "Do Something Good for Your Neighbor" for current opportunities

Volunteer Guide