Updated March 12, 2021
Most Holy Trinity is a very active parish! Please look throughout the website to learn all about the happenings at the parish and how you can get involved.
We continue to operate safely during the pandemic. Please read on for details.
Since we re-opened for public Mass in May everything has gone very smoothly.
Mass is at 9:00 a.m. in Spanish and 11:00 a.m. in English on Sunday morning. We have added a Sunday night Mass at 7 p.m. There is no Saturday Mass.
- We have plenty of room for everyone to spread out and socially distance. The archdiocese is no longer requiring us to limit capacity to 50%, however we will continue to maintain the six-feet-apart rule.
Everyone must wear a mask to enter the church. There will be hand sanitizer available.
There are markings on the floor 6 feet apart for the people to line up to receive Holy Communion. Please follow the direction of the ushers.
The Eucharist will be distributed according to diocesan guidelines that ensure safety.
Masses are livestreamed on our website, YouTube channel and Facebook page for anyone who does not want to attend in person. Please do not come to Mass if you have any symptoms of illness. If you are older than age 65, have a compromised health condition or caring for the sick in any way, please consider very carefully if it is wise for you to come.
Light a Candle for Prayer Intentions
Many people have asked if they can have a candle lit in Most Holy Trinity Church for their special intentions. The answer is yes! Please click here to purchase your candle. Our staff will place your candle in the church, light it for you, pray for you and email you a photo.
The parish office is open Monday – Thursday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Friday 9 a.m to 12 noon.
The clothing room is open from 1 – 3 p.m. on Tuesdays and Thursdays for clients.
Our legal clinic will re-open to clients in-person in Spring 2021. Call the parish office for more details.
St. Frances Cabrini Clinic
Our medical clinic is operating its normal hours. They are taking necessary precautions regarding COVID-19. Please contact the clinic directly for additional information. .
Please remember that the weekly offertory is an essential part of paying our bills. If you cannot come to Sunday Mass, we encourage you to mail in your donation to the parish office or to donate online.
Most Holy Trinity School
Most Holy Trinity School is open for in-person classes, with the option for students to attend class remotely. We are accepting new students. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information or click here.
Cleaning of Facilities
All of our facilities will be cleaned regularly per CDC guidelines.
Other Resources for Those in Need
The Archdiocese of Detroit has information on its website regarding spiritual support as well as information on support for those in need of assistance with housing, food, mental health services and much more. The City of Detroit also has many resources for families in need and information on charities that are providing aid. Please visit the City of Detroit website and its special Covid 313 page for details.