Ministry Guide

Part of our Christian obligation of good stewardship includes, along with our gifts of treasure, gifts of time and talent. Holy Trinity offers a variety of opportunities for you to offer yourself in service. For more information on a specific ministry, please click on the links below.

Groups & Organizations

We invite parents and children (K-8th grade) to join our Family Centered Faith Formation (FCFF) to learn the truths of the Catholic faith, to understand and celebrate the Sacraments and Liturgy, and to live Christ's example of peace and social justice.

Visit our Religious Education page

We invite all young people in grades 8-12 to be part of our Youth Ministry Group. Adults are also welcome to volunteer to help in this ministry.

Visit our Youth Ministry page

We welcome all young adults, ages 18-39, at any stage in their Catholic Faith. We emphasize community as we grow together in Our Faith and in the Lord.

Visit our Young Adult Ministry page

We are here to walk with you in the journey of faith through different programs and topics. We hope you will join us and other parishioners for spiritual growth and fellowship at one of our upcoming events.

Visit our Adult Faith Formation page

This committee was formed to welcome new parishioners to our parish community and introduce them to all that Holy Trinity has to offer.

We offer leadership opportunities for you to help serve the needs of the parish by becoming a member of the Parish Pastoral Council, Parish Finance Council, or Parish Center Committee.

Visit our Councils page

The Knights of Columbus is a Catholic fraternal organization for men. Our St. John Council, located in Westmont, is made up of members from the parishes of Holy Trinity in Westmont, St. Mary of Gostyn in Downers Grove and Our Lady of Mount Carmel in Darien.

For more information, contact Grand Knight Ray Wachowski at

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Visit the Knights of Columbus website


We offer a diversity of styles and repertoire from the Church's treasury of sacred music and a variety of opportunities for parishioners to share their musical talents with the parish.

Visit our Music Ministry page

Lectors are scheduled to publicly read the scriptures at the Sunday and Holy Day Masses, as well as other liturgical and non-liturgical celebrations held in our Church.

For more information, contact Laurence Miller at

For scheduling questions, contact Tony Pietryla at

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The Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion are commissioned to assist the Priests and Deacons with the distribution of Holy Communion during the celebration of the Mass. Training will be provided.

For more information, contact Deacon Anthony Lenard at

For scheduling questions, contact Tony Pietryla at

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Ministers of the Sick and Homebound make home visits to the sick and elderly and to those in nursing homes, to bring them the Lord in Communion. This is a most rewarding opportunity, a real chance to build a faith relationship with another person.

BRIA of Westmont (Nursing Home) and Burgess Square (Rehabilitation Center)
For more information, contact Dave Ortman at

Aspired Living of Westmont (Assisted Living Facility)
For more information, contact David Romaine at

Homebound Ministry
For more information, contact the Parish Office at 630-968-1366. (We are currently seeking a key contact person for this Ministry)

For scheduling questions, contact Tony Pietryla at

Greeters welcome people to the liturgy, pass out bulletins after Mass, and help provide a more welcoming and friendly atmosphere. Ushers have the responsibility of taking up the collection, and attend to any needs of the congregation that arise before, during, and after the liturgy. Responsible teens and adults are welcome to join this ministry.

For more information, contact Wally Gillette at 630-325-1545.

Both male and female Altar Servers are used at Holy Trinity. Adults are also welcome and encouraged to become Altar Servers. Servers assist the priest in the celebration of the Eucharist. The servers presence is necessary, and adds great dignity to the liturgical celebrations in our church. Young people are typically trained through our school or religious education program, beginning in 3rd grade.

For more information, contact the Parish Office at 630-968-1366.

For scheduling questions, contact Tony Pietryla at

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Children in Preschool-1st grade are invited to participate in Children's Liturgy of the Word, held during Saturday evening Mass at 4:00pm and Sunday Mass at 9:00am, to hear the readings and a lesson prepared especially for them.

Children's Liturgy will resume at a later date.

For more information, contact Lisa Ryan at

Spiritual & Service

The Blessed Sacrament is currenlty open for adoration from 6am to 10pm daily. The Chapel is located at 25 East Richmond Street.

Visit our Adoration Chapel page

The Haiti Mission Program “twins” Catholic parishes in the United States with other parishes in underdeveloped countries. Twinned parishes support each other spiritually, socially, economically, and culturally. We began this ministry in 2014, when we became a twin parish with Notre Dame de Lourdes in Haiti.

Visit our Haiti Ministry page

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The Society of St. Vincent de Paul is a Catholic lay organization that leads men and women to join to grow spiritually by offering person-to-person service to the needy. We aid those in our community who are in need of emergency assistance in meeting their daily food, clothing and shelter needs.

For more information, contact Anthony Kranz at

Visit the Society of St. Vincent de Paul website


Testimonies from SVDP Members

My name is Jeanne Pantke, and I am a Vincentian.  I joined the St. Vincent DePaul Society in 1996.  I think of myself as the “volunteer coordinator” because I help organize clothing drives, toiletry drives, fellowships, luncheons, service projects, whatever is needed.  While I truly enjoy doing these things, talking to and visiting people (we go in pairs) who call in to our help line is closest to my heart.

Before we talk to someone, we say a prayer to the Holy Spirit, asking for guidance and understanding.  The prayer goes,

O God, someone in this house needs us.  We don’t know how we will be received, but we go as Your ambassador, however unworthy and weak we are ourselves.

Give us the power to help in the best way possible, offering what is needed, giving the proper advice, saying the right thing.  We are Your servants and the servant of anyone who needs us.

We are weak; you can make us strong.
We are tongue-tied; you can supply our words.
We lack courage; you can give us the answer.
We are useless; you can make us useful.

Above all, make us recognize You in these people and seeing You, let us love them as we love you.

This prayer puts us in the proper perspective. You might find it helpful, too!

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A message from a Member of Holy Trinity’s SVDP: Jerry Doyle

The Father gave us 10 Commandments and Jesus added an 11th: Love your neighbor! Cardinal George used to say that the poor need us but that we need the poor more. Through them we are able to obey Jesus and love Him. Through the St. Vincent DePaul Society, it is easy to find the poor- they come to us. What easier way is there to love Jesus- through them? You are most welcome to come and join us - we need you too!

People’s Resource Center has served our neighbors in DuPage County through assistance programs including the food pantry, emergency assistance, clothing closet, and social services. Join us by volunteering onsite or support our center from anywhere by organizing a drive to meet our community's needs.

For more information, contact Henry Anzelone at

Visit the People's Resource Center website

We offer monthly devotions to Saint Peregrine, Most Sacred Heart of Jesus, and Anointing of the Sick.

Visit our Devotions page

Holy Trinity hosts monthly praise and adoration evenings called "Movement." These evenings are typically held on the fourth Tuesdays of the month at 6:30pm. Check the parish calendar for the monthly schedule.

Volunteers of all ages are needed to help to maintain parish grounds during the summer. Many of our landscaped areas already include flowers and greenery, yet we're eager to enhance our parish gardens. By volunteering to "adopt a spot," you'll assist us in keeping weeds at bay and foster a sense of dedication to nurturing these spaces.

While we're fortunate to already have a few volunteers lending a hand, we warmly welcome all those with blessed with skill in gardening to join us in transforming our flower beds. We've divided our landscaping into three color-coded areas: Chapel, School, and Church.

If you passionate about gardening and want a fun and flexible way to contribute your time and talent to our parish, fill out the interest form and contact our parish office at 

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Mass Times

Weekend Masses
Sat: 4:00pm
Sun: 7:00am, 9:00am, 11:00am

Daily Mass - Mon-Sat: 8:00am

Confession - Sat: 2:45 - 3:45pm

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Contact Us

Holy Trinity Catholic Parish
25 East Richmond Street
Westmont, IL 60559