Dear Friends, as we continue to navigate through this pandemic period we strive to provide you quality online programming.
We invite you to participate in a Bible Institute online, presented by Timothy Carmody, PhD, Professor of Theology at Spring Hill College. Registration in advance of this July 10-12 program is required. Click the link above to register today!
There is also a 3 part series on the Devotion to the Sacred Heart of Jesus presented by our very own Sr. Sara Butler, MSBT, Professor Emerita, University of St. Mary on the Lake. No registration is required for this program and by clicking the link above you can view each of the 3 sessions that are published to date.
We also invite you to join us in praying the Novena to the Holy Spirit during this time of pandemic. Our community has been praying the Novena to the Holy Spirit for over 100 years! There are audio files in English and Spanish to pray along with this daily prayer by clicking the link above.
Our offices remain open and we encourage you to contact Steve or Ellen at 860-379-4329 or firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
Trinita has long been a place where everyone feels at home, sitting on the many sofas and sipping coffee, sharing faith, and building friendships. That isn’t an option for now. But Trinita is finding new ways to serve. Prayer requests are sent to the Philadelphia Motherhouse for our Sisters in the Ministry of Prayer to take on. Food meant for retreat groups has been donated to the local homeless shelter and other food banks. The monthly Girls Night Out group has become Girls Night In, meeting via Zoom. Steve is doing webinars to train area youth ministers in online dynamic activities to use with their parish youth groups. And, we have recently begun taking reservations for outside groups to gather at our center with certain restrictions.
Located in the foothills of the Berkshire Mountains Connecticut, Trinita has been a mission of the Missionary Servants of the Most Blessed Trinity since 1923. Trinita was once a working farm, then a girls' summer camp. Today, after extensive renovations, it is a center suitable for many kinds of gatherings.
At Trinita, the staff and volunteers provide a ministry to area parishes, youth groups, prayer groups, men and women groups, and more. From September to June the staff facilitate retreats and special events for families, students receiving their First Communion, students receiving the sacrament of Confirmation, as well as other youth and adult retreats. In addition, Trinita hosts many groups who bring their own facilitators.
During the summer, Trinita provides a Family Life Development Program for inner-city families. The program is unique in offering a summer camp-type program to whole families rather than just children. The program encourages and fosters family communication and growth while providing spiritual enrichment not only to the families, but to the volunteers, as well.
In the media: ctwatchdog.com profiles Trinita