Hospitality: Seniors Luncheon
This hearty potluck meal takes place after the FirstFriday Mass each month, and gives our seniors an opportunity to socialize.
Contact: Karen Niederhausen NiedHaus@peoplepc.com
Hospitality: Wednesday Morning Social
Parishioners have a chance to socialize in Loreto Hall while enjoying breakfast and refreshments after the 9am Mass on Wednesdays.
Contact: Karen Niederhausen NiedHaus@peoplepc.com
Hospitality: Welcome Committee
This Committee sponsors semi-annual breakfasts to promote fellowship and welcome new parishioners into our community.
Contact: Susan Luciano Susan.Luciano82@gmail.com
The King's Men is a group of men who are working to discover and live the virtues of true Christian Masculinity. That is, to be leaders, protectors and providers. We meet for 1.5 hours twice a month to pray and study our faith. We are firmly committed to the doctrines of the Catholic Church, but our membership is open to both Catholic and non-Catholic men.
Contact: Alec MacDougall Alec_Mac@msn.com
The Library is a resource of Catholic materials for the Holy Trinity community. It provides Catholic books for use by parishioners and the educational programs of the church. The library is located in Loreto Hall near the kitchen and is always open to parishioners. Volunteers are welcome to join the Library Committee which acquires, catalogs, and shelves the books. Donations of Catholic books are always welcome.
Contact: Suzanne Rice RiceWJ@aol.co
Life, Marriage, Religious Liberty Updates/Alerts. Members will be provided current updates and alerts from the Archdiocese of Atlanta and the USCCB when there is legislation pending that concerns moral and Church teachings.
Contact: Suzanne Rice RiceWJ@aol.com
Mature Adult Catholic Singles (MACS) is a group for singles ages 50 and older. Our group meets monthly at local restaurants with members of other Catholic churches in Fayette and Coweta counties for fun and fellowship. Other activities are potlucks and game nights. Opportunities to support church events are explored.
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Contact: Eileen Lavoie email@example.com
Marriage Encounter is a weekend opportunity aimed at revitalizing a couple's marriage. This is a time for spouses to be alone together, to rediscover each other, and together focus on their relationship. Weekends are offered monthly at the Atlanta Marriott.
Contact: Suzy & Vince Obsitnik suzy@TheAnimalMedicalClinic.com
Mission Possible is a ministry serving the needs of the elderly, disabled and single parents who need assistance with yard work, general clean-up, and maintenance around the house. It serves onsite at Holy Trinity with various projects. Mission Possible provides this service semi-annually. Volunteer opportunities are available for middle school through adults.
Contact: Rebecca Capezzuto (678) 466-1737 RCapezzuto@HolyTrinityPTC.com
Office Volunteers assist with large bulk mailings, labeling envelopes, stuffing bulletins, photocopying and occasionally answering phones.
Faith Formation: Mary Sue Pitsko (678) 466-1733 Pitsko@HolyTrinityPTC.com
Parish Office: Julie Rushin (678) 466-1700 JRushin@HolyTrinityPTC.com
Each year the Parish Picnic is held on Trinity Sunday. This year it will be held on Father's Day, Sunday, June 16. The venue is is Picnic Park: 157 Willowbend Rd, Peachtree City, behind the Library. This gathering includes a meal, courtesy of the Knights of Columbus and Boy Scouts, as well as side dishes which are prepared by parishioners and shared with everyone. It's a great time to meet new friends and rekindle old friendships. Volunteers are needed for many tasks. If you would like to help, please contact:
Contact: (770) 487-7672 PastoralCouncil@HolyTrinityPTC.com
The Respect Life Committee promotes awareness of the sanctity of life at all of its stages, and seeks to incorporate the Gospel of Life in our parish community. Committee members accomplish this by praying for life, educating our parish family members on pro-life issues (including legislative issues), and supporting women in crisis pregnancies. The next meetings will be held on Wednesday, May 15, 10am and 7pm, in Room 204 of the Faith Formation Building.
Contact: Nancy Barron firstname.lastname@example.org
The Seniors Group is for all parishioners 55 and older. It is an opportunity for members to be Christ for one another as they worship and enjoy fellowship in the presence of God. The Seniors enjoy events once a month which include visits to local sites, bingo, lunch & movie, show at the Legacy Theatre, etc. Each year the group takes a week-long trip to places such as Washington DC, New Orleans, Nashville, Montreal, and St. Augustine.
June 14: Day trip to LaGrange. Visit Hills & Dales and Bellevue Mansion
July 18: Bingo
August 8: Movie
September 12: Deacon Ben will give a presentation on Our Lady of Good Help
October 10: Day trip to Dahlonega
November 4-8: Trip to Pigeon Forge and Smoky Mountains Show
December 1: Legacy Theater
Other: Agatha Christie Mystery Theater, Wine Tasting, etc.
Contact: Sandy Marvin SandyMarvin@hotmail.com
The Supper Club, which is organized by and for married couples, involves sharing food and camaraderie in a social setting. Gatherings take place at members' homes and each couple is asked to bring a dish to share with the group. Suppers typically occur once a month and are informal and inviting.
Contact: Larry & Gail Rebok LarryRebok1@bellsouth.net
The Technology Committee provides support to the Parish Office Staff, installs and maintains all computers, networks, telephone or technology systems. In addition, the committee assists the pastor in making informed decision on technology at the Parish level. Monthly meetings take place on the second Thursday at 7:30pm. Individuals interested in volunteering can help in a variety of ways. Knowledge of computers, software, phone systems, etc, is helpful.
Contact: Eric Webb EWebb@charter.net