all are welcome 2All are welcome... celebrate the Catholic sacraments at Holy Trinity Parish and serve God in the community. You are welcome to join us in worship and celebration regardless of race, national origin, marital status, sexual orientation, political beliefs, ecclesiastical affiliation, or economic status.





Celebrate the Eucharist with us

Join us at Mass every Sunday to celebrate the Eucharist. If you have attended a Catholic Mass, you will feel right at home at Holy Trinity. Those who approach communion reverently, regardless of their current ecclesiastical affiliation, may take communion at Holy Trinity. Divorce and remarriage are not impediments to the reception of the Eucharist in CACINA. Our Eucharistic Ministers can bring the Eucharist to those who are not able to come to Mass for health reasons.




reconciled2Be reconciled with God

Sacramental Absolution is given at each Mass. You can also arrange for private confession on an individual basis, by contacting one of our priests.







vocations picHave you been called to serve?

The Catholic Apostolic Church in North America (CACINA) welcomes those women and men who perceive in their hearts and minds a vocation to serve the people of God through ministry as a priest or deacon. Unlike some independent jurisdictions, CACINA sets high standards for the selection, education, and training of candidates for ordination. For more information, see Vocations on our website or contact Bishop Frank Betancourt at(845) 586-2201 or email




baptismJoin us for Baptism...

If you wish to enter into Christian life through Baptism or seek this for a child, contact our pastor to begin the process of initiation into the faith. Individuals or families do not have to be current members of the parish to be baptized. All that is needed is a willingness to profess your belief and desire for initiation.





confirmation...and Confirmation

If you or your child would like to deepen a commitment to the Catholic faith through the sacrament of Confirmation and the gifts of the Holy Spirit, contact our pastor to discuss how to begin the process of this third sacrament of initiation for Catholics.





annointingAnointing the sick

Are you or someone you know suffering from a physical, mental, or spiritual illness? At Holy Trinity Parish we anoint the sick to bring spiritual and physical strength during an illness. This Sacrament is an outward sign established by Jesus Christ to confer inward grace to those in need. Through the anointing, God’s grace is conveyed to the recipient, through the power of the Holy Spirit. To arrange to receive this Sacrament, or for someone in need, contact our pastor.






serve godServe God in the community with us

What good is it, my brothers and sisters, if someone says he has faith but does not have works? So also faith of itself, if it does not have works, is dead. (James 2: 14, 17)

Parishioners at Holy Trinity Parish donate to worthy organizations, provide a local elementary school with backpack meals, and distribute toys for needy families, address the spiritual needs of nursing home residents to name a few selected service projects. Holy Trinity is committed to the cause of social justice.