Events


Join us at Most Holy Trinity for our special events!

As one of the oldest parishes in the Archdiocese of Detroit, there are many memories of Trinity, and we intend on building more memories far, far into the future.

UPCOMING EVENTS

A Gathering of Friends in Support of Cabrini Clinic – Thursday, November 15 @ 6:30 p.m. 
Join us at the Atheneum Suite Hotel for a cocktail reception and dinner to benefit the St. Frances Cabrini Clinic – the oldest free medical clinic in the U.S. For more details and tickets, please visit the clinic’s website.

Thanksgiving Meal for the Homeless – Saturday, November 17
Most Holy Trinity Parish is very proud of our long-running tradition of providing a hot meal for the street poor on the Saturday before Thanksgiving. We serve our guests in the school cafeteria starting at 8:00 a.m. for breakfast and 12:00 noon for lunch. Contact Rebecca Vogel for more details at 313-965-4450 or rebecca.vogel@mhtdetroit.org.

Children’s Christmas Party – Saturday, December 8
One of Most Holy Trinity’s most treasured traditions is our annual Children’s Christmas Party. It is our great joy to host 500 needy children from the Corktown and Southwest Detroit area. They are given clothes, underwear, hats, gloves, toys, candy, lunch, and a visit with Santa. This event is held each year at the IBEW Hall just down the block from our church on the second Saturday of December. More than 150 people come together to plan and execute this wonderful party. If you would like to volunteer or make a donation, or if you would like to learn about how to register your child to attend the party, please contact the parish office at 313-965-4450 or email Rebecca Vogel at rebecca.vogel@mhtdetroit.org.

 

EVENTS AT OUR SISTER PARISH, STE. ANNE

Father Gabriel Richard Exhibit – September 13 – October 16
A public exhibit of Father Gabriel Richard’s life, ministry, and legacy. The exhibit features items owned by Father Gabriel Richard–his chalice, his reading glasses, books from his personal collection–as well as important letters and documents of his that are distinctly important to our state’s history.

  • Self-guided tours – Tues from 12:00 – 2:00 p.m.
  • Docent-led tours – Fri at 11:00 a.m.
  • Tours run 45 min
  • Group tours – Scheduled upon request. Call Danielle Center at 313-496-1701 ex. 14.
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Special Presentation –  “The Hidden Hero of Detroit: Father Gabriel Richard” – Monday, October 15 @ 7:00 – 8:00 p.m. 
What do Michigan Ave, the University of Michigan, the first newspaper in Michigan, and the motto of the city of Detroit have in common? The common force behind all of these was a man almost lost to history: Father Gabriel Richard. Father Richard never dreamed he would minister here, but his hope, vision, and determination changed Michigan forever. Danielle Center, Program Director at Ste. Anne Parish will share about Father Richard’s legacy, a story of close calls and white-knuckled prayer. Registration is required. $5 registration suggested donation.
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Aliento – 2nd Tuesday of each month at 7:00 p.m. 
Now introducing a monthly Holy Hour with prayer and song. “Aliento” has double-meaning in Spanish, both “breath” and “encouragement.” We loved how “breath” relates to the breath of God/ the Holy Spirit, and hope that the event is one of deep, consoling encouragement. We hope you can join us on the 2nd Tuesday of the month.
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