PARISH, LOCAL AND DIOCESAN EVENTS
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Parish events and notices
Food Truck events for 2023
Holy Trinity Food Truck Events are back for 2023 5 pm to 8pm Join Us! Free Admission! Live Music
The Bazaar Committee would like to THANK Catholic Financial Life for donating $500 to our Parish Bazaar.
We appreciate this contribution which raises our profit from the bazaar to $12,000.
We continue to collect soda cans. We collected a total of $600 this past year. Drop your rinsed cans off in the marked containers, located at the back entrance to the church. The cash we get will help us get gift certificates to be used for the next bazaar. We will all benefit. Thank you, Bazaar committee.
We are starting early to request Gift Certificates and Bottles of Wine.
If you received a Gift Card or bottle of wine for Christmas that you don’t plan on using we would be more than happy if you regifted it for our Bazaar. We will also be more than happy if you could donate a bottle or $20 gift card a month until our November 4th Bazaar instead of all at the same time. That booth was one of our big money maker and we ran out early once again.
You can drop your Gift card in the Collection basket in an envelope indicating what it is for at any time throughout the year. Or drop off either a card or bottle at the rectory. You can also call Nancy Benoit at 7667908, or Yvette Houle at 7665663
Your generosity is always very much appreciated.
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Pray the Rosary at 8 AM on Saturdays after morning mass... both in-person and virtual... details here
Foro de la comunidad: Tarjetas de privilegios de conductor para todos/Community Forum: Driver Privilege Cards for All Martes, 30 de Mayo
Rotary Day of Recycling and Service (being held at Holy Trinity) four different stations with different items collected...
The Woonsocket Rotary will be hosting "A Day of Recycling" for our day of service. A drive thru event will be set up to collect items. In the rear of the Church/ School parking lot. The first station E-Waste by Indie Cycle https://indiecycle.blogspot.com/. Computers, laptops, computer mice, keyboards, printers, cell phones and more to be collected. Items not accepted are also on the website, for example; NO mattresses, lightbulbs, broken glass, paint, aerosol cans or chemicals to name a few. Please visit the website for specific items. Station two accepts gently used clothing for "just for you" a giving center located at 245 Main Street in Woonsocket for foster families and disadvantaged youth ages 0 to 17. Toiletries and diapers are also accepted. Station three eyeglasses collection for the Lion's Club. Lastly, station four will collect gently used books, children's books to be donated to "Books Are Wings", adult books donated back into our service communities for senior centers and nursing facilities.
Knights of Columbus
Interested in the Knights? Contact the rectory
Beacon Hospice provides quality end of life care to locally terminally ill patients. We are looking for caring and compassionate individuals in our area to spend time with our patients from a volunteer. Volunteers can provide much needed support to patients and their families in a number of ways including:
-Visiting with patients on an ongoing basis -Sitting vigils
-Knitting, crocheting, quilting blankets
- Creating memory posters
- Providing music therapy
- Veterans visiting veterans
- Assisting in veteran pinning ceremonies There is free training course that is requires on what hospice is and how to interact with hospice patients. The trainings are held locally. For more information, interested volunteers should contact Ashley Toste Volunteer Coordinator at (401) 438-0008 or Asley.Toste@amedisys.com
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