Ministries of Support
- Ladies Guild
- Respect Life
- Social Active Adult Ministry (S.A.A.M)
- Youth Groups
- Other Ministries
GriefShare (Grief Support Group)
GriefShare is a friendly, caring group of people who will walk alongside you through one of life’s most difficult experiences. You don’t have to go through the grieving process alone.
For more information:
305-556-8670 / firstname.lastname@example.org
305-495-3850 / email@example.com
At this moment this support group is in english only!
The mission of this group is to provide spiritual, social, and fundraising activities for the ladies of Blessed Trinity.
Led by Karen Bruener and Marli Sandri, the ladies engage in Spiritual Activities such as a Lenten Evening of Reflection for all women of the parish and community, and an annual Respect Life Baby Shower with a guest speaker from Respect Life or Heartbeat of Miami. Their fundraising and fun activities include Bunco (a dice game), played on the last Thursday of each month (except in December), and manning the Festival Country Store, Christmas Bazaar, and Mother’s Day Bazaar, where baked goods and homemade items are sold. The Country Store is run in November during the parish festival; the Christmas Bazaar is held every first and second Sunday of December; and the Mother’s Day Bazaar is held the first Sunday of May.
Meeting Dates/ Location: In the Father Joseph T. Carney Enrichment Center every third Thursday the months of: January, March, April, September, and October. The May meeting is a banquet held at a local establishment. The December meeting is a covered-dish Christmas party held in the parish hall.
For more information: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
meeting location may vary, please contact the leader to verify
this group is in english only
The Mission of the Respect Life Ministry is to protect and defend the right to life of every innocent human being from the beginning of life to natural death, by promoting respect for the worth and dignity of every individual human being, including unborn children from their beginning; those newly born; persons with disabilities; older people; and other vulnerable people, especially those who cannot defend themselves.
Led by Adriana Sosa, the group coordinates and participates in an Annual Life Chain, holds an annual Baby Bottle Campaign for the local Respect Life Office, keeps the parish abreast of Archdiocesan programs, maintains contact with the local Respect Life Office, participates in
Archdiocesan Fundraising events/luncheons, and receives and delivers donations (monetary, baby items) to the local Respect Life Office.
Meeting Dates/Location: Not applicable.
For more information: firstname.lastname@example.org
Stay informed by joining the respect life e-newsletter mailing list respectlife_2
S.A.A.M. is a social group comprised of single or married adult men and women who wish to participate in an evening of fellowship and interact with other 21+ aged adults of any religion, race, or ethnic background from our parish and community. The hope is that attendees will experience the openness of the parish and witness God’s work in action through their fun and faithful fellowship gatherings. These gatherings are in the form of a monthly social Saturday consisting of activities such as music, guest speakers, games, snacks, potluck, and drinks.
People by nature are social beings. With that in mind, S.A.A.M., led by Candy Hertsch and Vicky Sokolowski, was organized to reach out to those over 21-ers in the community and surrounding parishes who may be feeling isolated on a Saturday evening. S.A.A.M. provides a forum where attendees may meet and mingle in an atmosphere that is warm and friendly so that all can engage and participate in conversation over food and drink.
Meeting Dates/Location: Leaders meet at least once a month. Monthly socials take place on the second Saturday of each month in the parish hall.
For more information:
Candy Hertsch email@example.com
Vicky Sokolowski firstname.lastname@example.org
this group is in english only
edge (middle school) and lifeteen (high school)
Our mission is to bring our youth together, to build a stronger relationship with God and grow in faith.
Life Teen (High School):
For more information about Life Teen, please contact Vicky and Mike Sokolowsky @ LifeTeen.BlessedTrinity@gmail.com
Edge (Middle School):
Kick off Wednesday September 7, 2022 at 6:45 pm at the Parish Hall.
Other parish ministries:
Eucharistic Ministers Led by: Maria Postel & Linda Preston
Lectors Led by: Maria Postel & Linda Preston
RCIA/RICA Led by: Olga Venegas
Religous Education (CCD) Led by: Olga Venegas
For more information on a ministry, or how to reach the ministry leader listed, please call the parish office at 305-871-5780.
Councils, Associations and Committees
Mission Statement: The Parish Finance Council assists the pastor in the administration of parish temporal matters. The Finance Council works closely with the pastor, who is accountable to the Archbishop for the administration and stewardship of the temporal goods of the parish. The pastor, according to Canon Law, has among his responsibilities, the responsibility for parish financial and temporal management. The Parish Finance Council is a consultative body that assists the pastor in meeting these obligations. While the Parish Finance Council does not have decision-making authority, consultation is at the heart of the decision-making process – sharing information, listening, contributing to the discussion, and promoting consensus. The Parish Finance Council is about the life of a community of faith and, as such, its members belong to the parish. The pastor may use his discretion in the selection of qualified members from the parish community.
Description/Meeting Dates/Location: Led by Fr. Matías Hualpa, the Finance Council members currently are: Carolina Valdes-Denis, Felix Carrillo, Jose Amaro, Alicia Santibanez, Willie Cueto and Alex Sanchez. The group meets once a month to discuss all financial matters pertaining to the administration of the temporal matters of Blessed Trinity Church and Blessed Trinity School.
The mission of this group is to aid the clergy in adhering to Church documents regarding the Rubrics of Liturgy.
Led by Fr. Matías Hualpa, the Liturgical Committee members are: Fr. Matías Hualpa, Deacon José Alemán, Deacon Javier Inda, IDeacon Ernie Sosa, Isis Ortiz, Noel Pereda, Olga Venegas, Rigo Labrada, Maria Postel, Linda Preston, Jenny De La Cruz, and Jairo Florez.
The group meets as needed to discuss, assess, and help in organizing the Liturgies for Blessed Trinity Church and Blessed Trinity School, as well as events during the calendar year.
For more information: email@example.com
The mission of the Stewardship Committee is to help parishioners realize that all are called upon by God to be good stewards of the gifts He has given us, by placing those gifts at His service through our time, our talent, and our treasure. The desire, as a parish community, to move towards a culture of stewardship is a commitment to creating a vibrant parish life through a more welcoming environment, active ministries, and other activities.
The Stewardship Committee consists of a group of parishioners appointed by the pastor. With Maria Puyada leading, the group meets periodically to discuss, plan, and prepare a timeline leading up to stewardship month.
Meeting Dates/Location: Vary, according to the season.
For more information: firstname.lastname@example.org
Home & School Association (BTSHSA)
The mission of this group is to promote activities that foster the joy and well-being of Blessed Trinity School students, families, and staff in a way that complements and enriches the spiritual teachings and learning environment.
Led by Adrianna Perez, the group advocates for Blessed Trinity School and its students by supporting school funding opportunities. They enrich student education by supporting fundraising efforts to improve technology; they support teachers and staff by helping to coordinate assistance during special projects; they enhance parental involvement and communications. They promote school spirit by encouraging school-sponsored events.
Meeting Dates/ Location: As a board, the group meets as needed; the location varies based on availability. Additionally, they meet with parents, teachers, staff, and administration twice per school calendar year.
For more information: Adrianna Perez email@example.com