Today marks the beginning of Lent!
- Ash Wednesday: Lent starts today, Ash Wednesday! We have two masses later today at 4:30pm and 7pm with distribution of ashes. If you are unable to make it in person, feel free to check out our livestream!
- Want to learn more about what Lent is? Visit this page on our website to learn more about how to enter into the beauty of this season in our Church.
- Stations of the Cross: Every Friday during Lent we will be praying the stations of the cross at 7pm in-person, except for Friday March 3. Due to a scheduling conflict the in person stations of the cross will be at, 4pm Friday March 3, and they will also be livestreamed.
- 2023 Lenten Parish Mission: We are teaming up with St Ignatius Parish in Bedford to co-host a Lenten Parish Mission from March 27 – 29! Last week we made a mistake on locations. Please see below for the correct information:
- March 27, 6:30-8pm at St Ignatius Parish
- March 28, 6:30-8pm at Holy Trinity Parish
- March 29, 6:30-8pm at Holy Trinity Parish
For more details visit this page on our website!
Lock Your Cars
There have been some reported cases of car break-ins in our parking lot over the last little while. The suspicious activity happens when it is dark and when cars are left unlocked. Just a friendly reminder to always lock your cars when you come to Holy Trinity Parish.
Emergency Shelter Update
Holy Trinity has had two Emergency Shelters for over a year now. Both occupants. are very grateful to be in Holy Trinity’s Emergency Shelters and they appreciate your donated gift cards. There are very few donated gift cards left at present. If you are able to donate gift cards, please put them in the box outside the reception office door. Cards from any place that they can purchase food but especially from Superstore, Sobeys, Giant Tiger, or Subway would be very much appreciated.
Diocesan Formation Collection
The first of three diocesan collections will happen at the end of February. As in previous years this will be a direct mailout to donors across the Archdiocese. Attached is the letter that will be mailed out along with a donor card. The theme and focus of the collection: Formed in Faith. Contributions to this collection will be used to support diocesan and parish initiatives that help us pass on the faith to all the baptized. Please prayerfully consider how you might give.
How can you give?
- Mail the enclosed Donor Card to the Archdiocese or drop it in the collection basket at your parish.
- Donate online: www.halifaxyarmouth.org and click on Donate.
- Send a donation by e-transfer to firstname.lastname@example.org Please note “February 2023 Donation” in the memo box.
- Consider a monthly pledge. This can be indicated on the Donor Card.
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.
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