Prayer & Service Ministries
Eucharistic Adoration is simply a heart-to-heart conversation with the God of the universe. In the beautiful Adoration Chapel on Holy Family’s campus, the doors are open 11AM-10PM each day (11AM-6PM Sundays) for silent, vocal and contemplative prayer. In addition to regular hours, we also have all night adoration every Friday night. When we spend what time we can in Adoration - we continue our spiritual journey of conversion, which better equips us to meet the needs of those whom we encounter.
Homebound Ministry is designed to serve those members of our parish community who, due to physical limitations, are unable to attend church services regularly. Our Homebound Ministers visit and take Holy Communion to parishioners in care centers, nursing homes, private homes, apartments, and other living accommodations within the Holy Trinity parish boundary. Ministers can volunteer to make one visit per week on a day of their choosing. We provide training for volunteers prior to their first homebound visit!
It is a great privilege to come alongside and encourage our homebound members. Please prayerfully consider taking this opportunity to serve.
Grieving is the natural response to a loss that each loved one of the deceased has to journey through. At Holy Family, that is never a journey you need to make alone. The Bereavement Ministry lovingly provides support to those experiencing loss and making the difficult steps toward saying goodbye and laying a loved one to rest. With kind words, prayer, and concrete presence if invited, this ministry takes each step with the grieving to be the reminder that we, as members of the universal Church, are never alone.
We are all called to be holy as single people, married couples, religious brothers or sisters, or ordained deacons and priests! Vocation Ministry invites all parishioners to pray for all vocations, but especially for young men and women who are considering religious life. Our work starts with prayer, focuses on educating all parishioners in the blessings and joy of life dedicated to Christ, and encourages and invites young men and women to consider religious life.