VOLUNTEER INFORMATION
 
Mission Assist the priest during Mass enhancing young people's call to "serve the Lord".  Must have completed First Eucharist and Reconciliation.
Activities Attend Masses as scheduled or find a substitute. Required to be at Mass fifteen minutes prior and to dress with respect for our Lord.
Meetings Training sessions annually
Leader Fr. David Boroff; Joshua Wojcik
holytrinitycatholicchurch@comcast.net; (719) 633-2132

 

 
Mission To assist the priest in distributing Communion at Mass
Activities Distribute the Precious Body and Blood of Christ to fellow parishioners as scheduled. Mandated training required every three years. Must be a confirmed practicing Catholic in good standing with the Catholic Church.
Meetings Training as needed. Schedules are prepared three times a year. You can block out dates you are not available, and then you are scheduled for other times.
Leader Chuck Pavlica

 

 
Mission Proclaim the Word of the Lord at Mass
Activities Proclaiming the First and Second Reading. First Lector also reads the Prayers of the Faithful.
Meetings Training as needed. Schedules are prepared three times a year. You can block out dates you are not available, and then you are scheduled for other times
Leader Chuck Pavlica

 

 
Mission To make all feel welcome by greeting each person at the door before every Mass
Activities Arrive 20 minutes early before the Mass you attend. Choose a door. Greet each person who enters with a warm smile and possibly a handshake. Welcome them and mention there is hospitality (breakfast or donuts, first Saturday hospitality). Invite all to fill out a name tag on the first weekend of the month.
Leader Chuck Pavlica

 

 
Mission Ushers will contribute to the feeling of hospitality for all who attend Mass at Holy Trinity whether they are long standing parish members, those on business trips, or visitors/tourists visiting our community. Ushers will aid Father Jim or the presiding priest before, during and after the liturgy.
Meetings As requested by the Pastor.
Leader Rex (Pete) Dunn

 

 
Mission The primary music of the liturgy is the singing assembly. Music ministers assist and lead fellow parishioners in the music of the liturgy. Choir members and instrumentalists learn harmonies and fuller expressions of the music that add to the singing assembly. For Christmas, Easter and Holy Trinity Sunday, the ministry prepares concert pieces. Cantors are trained to sing the responsorial psalms and other parts of the Mass as needed.
Requirements Singers do not need to read music, but basic reading music skills are very helpful in learning parts. Must be able to hear and match tones and sing in pitch. Instrumentalists should have 4-5 years of experience in playing their instrument and requires an audition.
Activities Weekly choir rehearsals, potluck dinners 2-3 times per year, Christmas party.
Meetings 7:00pm Wednesdays in the church during the school year. Twice a month June - August.
Leader Jayson Elliott
music@holytrinitycos.org

 

 
Mission Bring the Eucharist to Catholics in nursing homes who are unable to come to Mass.
Activities Bring the Eucharist to patients, generally on a weekly basis, and help patients, many in wheelchairs attend Mass at the nursing home on a monthly basis. Nursing homes served include Colonial Columns, Pikes Peak Care and Rehabilitation Center, and Parkmoor Village Healthcare Center.
  Contact the Parish Office; (719) 633-2132