Altar Society

What we do

This is an organization of Catholic women that provides spiritual and social activities for the parish at large.  Every woman from Holy Trinity is automatically a member of the Altar Society.  Their main purpose is to support the workings of the church.  There are 2 meeting a year:  a spring social and a fall social.

They help with the following:

  • Funeral dinners
  • Priest dinners
  • Purchase altar breads & communion wine
  • Organize receptions for Confirmation, First Holy Communion, etc.


President:  Cinda Schaefer

Vice-President:  Lynn Coffey

Secretary:  Betty Kroener

Treasurer:  Helen Henderson


Catholic Daughters of the Americas (CDA)

  • Movie Night sponsored by the CDA

What we do

The purpose of the organization is to participate in religious, charitable, and educational ministries of the Church.  The CDA engage in creative and spiritual programs which provide its meaningful way to positively influence the welfare of the Church and peoples throughout the world. Our parish is home to the Court Holy Trinity #1491 which was organized in 1948.

Here is a partial list of their activities:

  • Provide financial support for seminarians
  • Organize semi-annual baby showers for Birth Choice
  • Help the elderly, infirmed, and other corporal works of mercy
  • Give awards to children for art interpretation of spiritual concepts


Shari Black, Regent

Halli Ford, Vice-Regent


Catholic Order of the Foresters


What we do

We are a Catholic life insurance company helping our members achieve financial security while supporting our Catholic community through fraternal outreach.


James Wittrock, Chief Ranger


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What we do

The Knights of Columbus was founded by an Irish-American Catholic priest, The Venerable Father Michael J. McGivney in New Haven, Connecticut. He gathered a group of men from St. Mary’s parish for an organizational meeting on October 2, 1881.  The Order is dedicated to the principles of Charity, Unity, Fraternity and Patriotism. A First Degree exemplification ceremony, by which a man joins the Order, exemplifies the virtue of charity. He is then said to be a First Degree Knight of Columbus and after participating the subsequent degrees, each of which focuses on another virtue, rises to that status. Upon reaching the Third Degree a gentleman is considered a full member. Priests do not participate directly in Degree exemplifications as laymen do, but rather take the degree by observation.

Grand Knight

B. J. Waeger


Fourth Degree Knights of Columbus  –  Father Stanley Rother Assembly

The Fourth Degree is the highest degree of the order. Members of this degree are addressed as “Sir Knight”. The primary purpose of the Fourth Degree is to foster the spirit of patriotism and to encourage active Catholic citizenship. A Knight is eligible to join the Fourth Degree after six months from the date of his First Degree, providing he has completed the 2nd and 3rd degrees beforehand.

Faithful Navigator

Gerald Knecht