Outreach & Service Ministries

“I assure you, as often as you did it for one of the least of my brothers, you did it for me.

~  Matthew 25:40

 Corporal Works of Mercy:

Feed the hungry, Give drink to the thirsty, Clothe the naked, Shelter the homeless, Visit the sick, Visit the imprisoned, Bury the dead.

Signs of Hope is a Catholic, religious, 501(c)(3) non-profit organization which strategically places billboards that affirm and teach the dignity of all human life from conception to natural death. We believe every person is uniquely created and loved by God. All people are precious in His eyes. Signs of Hope billboards offer pregnancy resources and post abortion counseling contact information for anyone seeking help. We also seek to change hearts and minds by displaying billboards with images of Jesus Christ, our Lord, along with his scriptural messages of love.

For more information visit the website below.

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Catholic men dedicated to serving and protecting their families, their church and their country.

For more information contact Tim Schenk at timmerang@outlook.com or visit the website below.

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Our Holy Name men meets on the 1st Wednesday of each month at 8:15 pm in the overflow area for one hour and to share a meal. Our Society is an integral part of parish life.  We provide Scholarships, and put on several parish-wide activities including the Father/Son & Mother/Daughter Breakfast, and our members also serve in other councils and committees like the Fun Fest. Holy Name Society are also active participants of Holy Mass.

As an organization, we are committed to helping each member grow spiritually. Father Piotr is our spiritual director. We hold retreats, share fellowship and we are accountable to one another. Each member participates in the Corporal and Spiritual works of mercy.

For more information contact the parish office or visit the website below.

Holy Name Society Website


A Corporal Work of Mercy “Bury the dead”.  We provide support, meals, etc. for funeral receptions; we are always in need of help!

For more information contact the parish office.

In need for a Christian Burial?

Christian Burial

Soup Kitchen

For the past 35 years, Holy Trinity has prepared 35 to 40 gallons of delicious soup, three large sheet cakes, 30 dozen hard-boiled eggs and 250 to 300 zip-lock bagged sandwiches once a month for the Catholic Worker’s Soup Kitchen. A lot of love and hard work goes into this apostolate. We prepare the food at Holy Trinity and it is distributed to the homeless at St. Francis Center in down town Denver, every 1st Wednesday of the month.  Your help is needed!

For more in formation contact the parish office.


Nursing Home Ministry

Our priests celebrate Mass or take Communion to the residents at the following care facilities:

Clear Creek, Life Care Center, San Marino Assisted Living.

We are always looking for volunteers to help with this ministry.

For more information contact the parish office.

The Christmas Giving Tree Project

Spreading Christmas cheer throughout our community to children in need.

For more information contact the parish office.


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