Stations & Benediction 2 pm at St. Marys & Stations for teens after the 6 pm Mass on Feb. 25; Stations at 6:30 pm on Tuesdays and after school on Fridays for children at Holy Trinity. Social Action speaker (Aging in Mercer County) Tuesday at 7 pm in Holy Trinity church basement. Cluster Mission: The 1% Challenge, can you give 15 minutes a day in prayer?
Parish Council / Commissions
Council Members: Joe Rose Jr., Denny Knapke, Jenny Bruns, Theresa Diller, Linda Stelzer, Michelle Winner, Roger Kaiser, Sarah Brunswick
The Parish Council consists of nine members. The president, vice-president, and secretary are elected by Council members. Other Council members serve as liaison with the various parish commissions according to their interests and desires. Two men and two women are elected annually for two-year terms. The ninth member is the youth representative. The most important function of the Council is to assist in advancing the Catholic faith for all members of Holy Trinity. All issues of parish concern are discussed. Meetings are held regularly. They are announced in advance. Parishioners are invited to share their suggestions and concerns with council members. A summary of each meeting is printed with the parish bulletin.
Joe Rose, Jr.
Social Action Commission
The Social Action Commission is involved in social justice issues, legislation advocacy, education, and social action. The commission meets on the 1st Monday of the month.
Finance / Maintenance Commission
Ellen serves as business manager for all three parishes in the Coldwater Cluster.
The Finance/Maintenance Commission meets four times each year. This commission advises the parish council on financial and maintenance matters.
The Education Commission meets two times each year. The commission is an advisory committee for the religious education program.