The MDAS Women’s Retreat Begins on November 5th thru November 7th. This year’s retreat is focusing on Women of God, Women of Prayer. Our retreat leader is Bishop J. Alberto Morales. He is the Bishop of Quincy, IL and the founder of the St. Benedict’s Abbey in Bartonville, IL. We are very excited to have such a spirit-filled leader for our retreat! To learn more about the bishop, please click here.
On Thursday, November 5th, check-in begins at 3:00 PM. The retreat runs until Saturday, November 7th, following Eucharist at 10:30 AM.
Dunes Manor Hotel, Ocean City, MD
Registration fee is $25. The Friday evening banquet is $30.50. Room rates are per person for two night stay: $161 one per room, $80.50 two per room, $54 three per room or $40.50 four per room. Scholarships are available!
For more details on how to register, please download our Registration Form.
A complete brochure with all the details can be downloaded here.
Our beloved “Sonkids” of Holy Trinity will honor the Christmas season with a play entitled “You Can’t Cancel Christmas.” The pageant will be during the Sunday service on December 23 at 10:00 AM. Come and enjoy these precious children as they give glory to God with their talent and tell the Christmas story in a unique way.
Sunday, September 11, 2011 will be the tenth anniversary of infamous attack on our country and people, simply known as ‘9-11’. During our Eucharist that day we will not only remember the fallen and the heroes, but also those heroes who serve us everyday as first responders in our community. Representatives of local police and fire departments will be present for the service, as we mark this milestone and continue to heal and renew our life as a nation.
We invite all to join with us on this solemn day.
Sunday, September 18, 2011 – 10:00a.m
September is a month of new beginnings… new school year, new football season, new shows, etc. It’s a great time to make another new beginning, one that helps bring a new joy in life. It’s time to get back to church where we join together to give thanks to God, learn from Him and worship Him.
As one of the great leaders of the Faith once said, “If the church is central to God’s purpose, as seen in both history and the gospel, it must surely also be central to our lives. How can we take lightly what God takes so seriously? How dare we push to the circumference what God has placed at the center?” (John Stott).
We invite you to join us on Sunday September 18 at 10:00a.m.; and join us for a cookout/picnic following the service. We will provide hotdogs, hamburgers and soft drinks. Check it out on Facebook!