Ministries at Holy Trinity
There are numerous ministries, committees, social and support groups within Holy Trinity. We urge you to find out more about these ministries and identify a place where you can get involved. If you would like to start your own group, contact the Rectory at (703) 753-6700.
For more information, please call Mary Ellen @ 703-594-3457.
Sign-up to have Holy Trinity's Ambassadors of Mary bring the Pilgrim Virgin Mary (PVM) to your home for one week! Drop-off of the PVM is on a Saturday at ~2:30; the following Saturday, the Ambassadors of Mary will pick-up the PVM and take her to the next Holy Trinity parishioner's home. Pick-up starts at ~1:30pm.
Both drop-off and pick-up lasts about 30 minutes and will include reciting the rosary. Friends and family are invited to participate in this devotion to the Blessed Mother. The primary purpose of the home family visitation program is to bring families closer to the Immaculate Heart of Mary and for help in responding to the requests made by Mary during her apparitions at Fatima. The essence of Mary's requests is threefold: Return to God; Make reparation for sin; Pray the Rosary for Peace.
Contact: Dean Zezeus, (571) 359-7385; or to sign-up for a PVM visit go to sign-up genius and pick a date!
American Heritage Girls began its first year of programming in the fall of 1995 with about 10 troops and roughly 100 members. Most of the troops met in the West Chester area and worked on badges written by the founding parents. Organizational events were started that year which assisted the organization in tying city-wide troops together.
American Heritage Girls is a nonprofit organization dedicated to the mission of building women of integrity through service to God, family, community and country. The organization offers badge programs, service projects, girl leadership opportunities and outdoor experiences to its members.
This program of character building has successfully served thousands of girls since its inception and will continue to do so long into the 21st century. The founders of the American Heritage Girls and the volunteers of today give all credit for the success of AHG to God for His constant hand upon the organization and His unceasing blessings. At Holy Trinity American Heritage Girls meet on Thursday afternoons. We have several units serving girls of various ages.
Contact: Karen Chiodo
Contact: Paul Pierce, Jr.
Contact: Stephanie Passero, (703) 330-2226
Contacts: John & Irene Goldsmith, (571) 222-7709
Contact: Monica Blank
Contact: Eveyne Sama, (703) 201-4348
To view and volunteer for Coffee & Donuts, please go to:
Contact: Margaret Eggelston, (703) 754-1856
Administer Holy Communion weekly and/or on First Fridays to parishioners who are homebound or in local rehab center and unable to attend Mass.
If you or a Catholic you know is unable to attend Mass for an extended period of time, please call the parish office at (703) 753-6700.
Contact: Dan Harris, (703) 743-1578
Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion assist the priests of Holy Trinity Parish with distribution of the Eucharist, when necessitated by the size of the congregation, to ensure that greater access to the Eucharist is made possible for the faithful. Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion assist with the distribution of Holy Communion at Mass and also assist in ecclesiastical functions such as the distribution of ashes on Ash Wednesday.
Contact: Mrs. Brenda Pierce, 202-957-9419 (cell) & 703-369-3661 (home)
Contact: Debi Kromer, (571) 248-4070
Contact: (703) 753-6700
Contact: Paul Ann Mancini, (703) 335-6482
Contact: 703-753-6700 Ext. 170
Contact: Jane Marsh
Men: Are You Ready to Accept the Challenge?
Our communities need strong Catholic men to answer the call to lead with faith, protection of families, service to others and to defend our values. If you’re interested in growing in your faith, helping those in need, serving your parish and having exclusive access to top-rated insurance protection for your family, then the Knights of Columbus is the organization for you.
For over one hundred years, Knights of Columbus have done exactly that, standing up for the Church, serving the least among us, and strengthening our parishes and families. Becoming a Knight of Columbus can transform your life. We are a band of brothers, a network of men in communities around the world dedicated to doing good in the service of God and our neighbor. At Holy Trinity, Council 12982 promotes service through spiritual and social activities such as organizing blood, food and coat drives throughout the year, supporting crisis pregnancy centers in the area, adoration, praying the rosary as a group before our meetings, and supporting Holy Trinity Parish in many way such as its Annual Picnic, its March For Life effort, and putting on the its Lenten Fish Fry dinners.
Eligible Catholic men can now join the Knights of Columbus online in a simple, streamlined process. As a member, you join a worldwide community of nearly two million men, including tens of thousands here in Virginia, who stand together. Men have a duty to lead, protect, serve and defend. The world needs more committed, unified Catholic men to answer the call. Will you answer?
Visit kofc.org/joinus to learn more about the many benefits of membership in the Knights of Columbus. To get more information about Our Lady of the Rosary Council, you can contact our Membership Chairman, Milt Johns, directly by clicking his contact link or click the 'Learn More' button to go to our Council Website.
Contact: Milt Johns
Contact: Dean Crowhurst, (571) 264-6851
Spanish Lector Contact: Rosario de Velasco & Betty de Mauricio
- LOM Mon. 10:15am, House of Mercy Terri Flay (703) 507-1040
- LOM Wed. 7:00pm, Room 103 (Spanish) Margarita Melquist (703) 402-6855
- LOM Thur. 10:00am, Room 108 Erlinda de la Pena (703) 304-6535
- LOM Thur. 4:30pm, Room 105 Kimberly Nguyen (703) 898-7260
- LOM Thur. 4:30pm, (Grades 2-8) Room 201 Janet Dean (703) 505-9321
- LOM Thur. 4:30pm (High School) Room 106 Don Bain (703) 753-6700
Contact: Margi Loesel
The Marriage Ministry provides support for marriages and organizes monthly date nights in Our Lady's Hall for married and engaged couples. The date nights include dinner, an engaging talk, and the opportunity to visit with other married couples. Date nights are 7:00-9:00pm on the third Saturday of each month (except December).
Contact: John and Erika Checco
Contact: Erin Blankenship, (703) 577-6164
A monthly Holy Hour for Men on First Friday Evenings following the 7:00 pm Mass. This Holy Hour is modeled after the Holy League (www.holyleague.com). There will be Benediction & Exposition, a talk by one of our priest, and an opportunity for confession.
"The Vision of the Holy League is to establish a network of regular monthly Holy Hours with Confession and Fraternity for men. Joining forces in a spirit of Marian Chivalry, under the patronage of St. Joseph, to Reclaim the Kingdom in holiness for the greater glory of God."
Contact: Tom Heim
Contact: Sue Ashman and Danielle Erwin
Contact: Annette Johnson, (703) 743-5181
Have you ever thought about what unnatural birth control methods REALLY do to your body? To your marriage? Natural Family Planning through the Couple to Couple League has the answers and more. Attend a short course and learn a natural method of family planning that is safe, effective, and morally acceptable.
If you have taken NFP before, take a FREE refresher of the full NEW course! Course fee is $140 and includes all materials. Go to www.ccli.org to register for the three-part course. Call or e-mail Dustin and Erin Atkinson with questions about the winter series (703/753-8537, firstname.lastname@example.org). Pre-registration is required. For other class times and locations, including the free Postpartum or Pre-menopausal classes go to www.ccli.org.
Contacts: Dustin & Erin Atkinson, (703) 753-8537
Contact: Fr. James Shelton, (703) 753-6700
Contact: Betsy Woytko, (571) 248-6670
Contact: Margaret Eggleston, (703) 753-6700
Contact: Phyllis McLarney, 703-743-1336
Provides services for the church community and promotes a sense of friendship within the parish. Welcomes new parishioners, provides temporary meals to those in need, supplies food to the local food banks and organizes the annual Christmas Giving Tree, Italian Night and Fun Run.
Contact: Wendy Cox, (703) 393-0096
Contact: Jacqueline (Stein) Lee
Gift Shop Hours of Operation:
The Gift Shop will be open for 30 minutes @ the conclusion of the following Masses
Friday: 9:00 am Mass
Saturday: 5:30 pm and 7:30 pm Masses
Sundays: 7:00 am, 8:30 am, 10:30 am, 12:30 pm & 5:00 pm Masses
Gift Shop Coordinator: Dawn Filipowicz
Gift Shop Phone Number: 703-753- 6700 Ext. 139
Gift Shop Email Address: email@example.com
Contact: Greg Manzer, 703-398-9760
Contact: Vincent Ingersoll
With this in mind a program was introduced for adults to support the best manner of behavior for the Safety and Protection of Children. The policies of the Catholic Diocese of Arlington and we at Holy Trinity parish are committed to and have provided a Child and Safety and Protection program which include VIRTUS training and background authorization checks on all clergy, employees, and volunteers who have substantial contact with children in our parish.
We believe when you entrust Holy Trinity Catholic church with the well being of your children we strive to provide a caring, educating, and safe environment for those we are committed to serve and protect - our children.
Individuals who have not yet completed the background check and VIRTUS training process are welcome to request a complete background packet at the parish offices, or ask your ministry director/coordinator.
Visit VIRTUS Online for training session information and registration (see your Virtus background packet for instructions).
Contact: Jacqueline Stein, (703) 753-6700
Contact: The Zambranas, (703) 754-0723
Our Mission: The mission of WAY is to promote the spiritual well being of children and youth and to provide spiritual formation and moral support for women who are called to work in a variety of ministries dedicated to this end, whether as mothers, teachers and catechists, youth ministers, social workers or as relatives, godparents and friends. W.A.Y. recognizes that such women have their own particular spiritual needs and therefore seek to foster a helpful pattern of personal and communal spiritual practice as well as a philosophy of Christian formation that will be especially helpful in work with children and youth.
Our Meetings: We meet two Wednesdays a month at Holy Trinity, no commitment necessary.
Contact: Candice Lee Van Schaick
To visit our web site go to : http://womensapostolatetoyouth.blogspot.com/
This ministry is centered on serving the spiritual and social needs of the young adults at Holy Trinity Parish, providing opportunities for fellowship, prayer, and Christ-centered conversation.
Our meetings are held on the second Friday of each month - please email us for more information.
Contact: Position Open