Alpha Registration is Now Open
Our next Alpha course begins Thursday, September 21st. Registration and more information can be found on our website. There will be Alpha team members in the foyer after Mass next weekend and they’d love to answer any questions you might have or get you and your guests signed up!
CC Feast Day
On September 14th, we celebrate the feast day of the Exaltation of the Holy Cross, also known as the Feast of the Triumph of the Cross. This feast celebrates the triumph of the Cross of Christ as a symbol of redemption and salvation for Christians. This is significant to us at HTP because our Priests are members of The Companions of the Cross and this feast day plays an important role in their community. Come join us for a special mass where all the Companions of the Cross and their Lay Associates will gather to celebrate together. The Mass will be at 7pm at Holy Trinity Parish (4 Beaver Bank Road). All are welcome!
RCIA or the Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults, is a process designed for adults who are seeking to become full members of the Catholic faith. Inquirers in the RCIA process are joined by catechists, sponsors, and the parish community as they embark on a journey of preparation, instruction, and formation which leads to the reception of the sacraments of initiation: Baptism, Confirmation, and Eucharist. The RCIA process is not only for those who haven’t been baptized. RCIA also serves individuals who were baptized Catholic but have not completed their initiation through the sacraments of the Eucharist and/or Confirmation as well as individuals who were baptized in other Christian traditions but are now seeking to fully join the Catholic Church. If you or someone you know has a desire to explore joining the fullness of the Catholic Church, now is your time to reach out and start the process! Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.
Beacon House has been a source of assistance since 1985, helping families and individuals in the area who have been faced with financial hardship as a result of job loss, reduced employment, medical issues, psychological or physical challenges, and many other life events that impact their ability to provide basic needs for themselves and their families. We have a Box at Holy Trinity where items can be dropped off for Beacon House. The top 10 item required at Beacon House are:
- Boxes Cereal
- Diapers Sizes 4,5,6
- Canned Meat
- Canned Stew
- Baby food, Jars, Cereal and Formula
- Granola Bars
- Pudding Cups
- Hygiene Products: Toothpaste, Toothbrushes, Soap, Razors, Deodorant, Shampoo, Tampons/Pads, shaving cream.
- School Supplies: Scribblers, coloured pencils, pencils, markers, erasers, glue sticks, crayons, looseleaf, rulers, scissors.
For more information visit: beaconhousens.org
Class Action-Claims Period
The Claims period of the class action suit filed against the Archdiocese of Halifax-Yarmouth runs from December 14, 2022 until December 14, 2023.Individuals who wish to make a claim to receive settlement benefits have 12 months in which they can make a formal claim.See notice here.The Claims period of the class action suit filed against the Archdiocese of Halifax-Yarmouth runs from December 14, 2022 until December 14, 2023.Individuals who wish to make a claim to receive settlement benefits have 12 months in which they can make a formal claim.For more information on this suit visit www.halifaxyarmouth.org/classaction.
Holy Trinity Parish is in the process of hiring an Operations Coordinator! For more information click here