Join Us in Worship!
The community of Holy Trinity gathers throughout the year in our church to celebrate the sacred mass of Jesus Christ. We sing, we pray, and we learn. All peoples are welcome at any service, but we generally encourage new visitors to join us on Saturdays or Sundays!
Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday at 8:10a
Saturday evening at 5:00p
Sunday at 8:00a, 10:30a, or evening at 5:00p
Holy Days, as announced.
Need a ride?
Alternative Transportation System (ATS) is a general transportation service designed to provide curb to curb transportation for eligible persons with disabilities who qualify under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and eligible elderly (60 years and over) who meet the residency requirement. Elderly eligible service areas are indicated with an asterisk (*). Currently, service areas include:
Townships of: *Belleville, Canteen, Caseyville, Centreville, East St. Louis, Englemann, *O’Fallon, Shiloh Valley, *Smithton, *St. Clair, Stites, and *Stookey.
Communities of: Alorton, *Belleville, Brooklyn, Cahokia, Caseyville, Centreville, Collinsville (St Clair County only), East St. Louis, Fairmont City, Fairview Heights, *Lebanon, Mascoutah, *O’Fallon, Sauget, Scott Air Force Base, Shiloh, Smithton, *Swansea, Washington Park.
Service areas are subject to change. You must call to register for this service.
Call 618-239-0749 and ask for registrations. Reservations may be made up to two weeks prior to day of the ride, Monday through Sunday, between 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. Telephone 618-239-0749, ext. 1. Cancellations should be made no later than an hour before the one-hour ride time frame. Telephone 618-239-0749, ext. 2, to cancel a reservation or to obtain additional information.
Join Us in Ministry!
Ministry is service to others that arises out of thanksgiving for what God has done for us. In addition to the service they provide in their private lives, the parishioners of Holy Trinity join together in ministry to the community. You can learn more about these ministries by reading the following sections: service, worship, religious education, stewardship, parish life. To join in these ministries, contact the person whose name is listed or talk to a parishioner who is currently involved.
Feeling called to start a ministry here at Holy Trinity? Share your vision with us! Chat with the appropriate staff member or with the pastor, Fr. Ray Schultz.
Join Us as a Member!
If you have attended services more than a few times or downloaded our podcast regularly, please consider registering with the parish as a member. Registering as a member of Holy Trinity is free. Registering helps the parish staff with planning and communication, and it ensures you’ll have a place to call home for baptisms, weddings, and other significant events in life. Choose to be recognized as a part of this exciting and growing community. To register, click here to fill out our online form or contact our parish office at 618-628-8825.
Non-Catholic Christians and non-Christians
You are welcome at Holy Trinity! Catholics believe that all baptized Christians are baptized into the death and resurrection of our one Lord. And we believe that the Holy Spirit of God draws individuals to holiness in various ways through different cultures and religions.
Joining us in worship or in service to the community does not require a commitment to becoming a Catholic Christian. However, if you wish to become a Catholic, please contact us at 618-628-8825 to learn how.