Strengthening Our Community

The Parish Life Committee is a collection of the chairpersons from each major parish life ministry. 

Each of the subgroups share in one common goal: to strengthen and nurture the Holy Trinity Parish Community.

“As each one of us has received a gift, use it to serve one another! As good stewards of God’s varied grace.” – 1 Peter 4:10


You will volunteer to help during Lenten Fish Fry Fridays as needed in various areas, i.e., cooking, serving, games, etc.

Contact: Jody Demling,


  • LOAVES & FISHES MINISTRY: This ministry provides food for bereavement luncheons and other parish events. Contact: Beth Klem,
  • BEREAVEMENT MEAL SET UP/HOSTING: This committee sets up and serves the luncheon for family and friends following funerals. Contact: Joan Ware,
  • FUNERAL MASS HOST/HOSTESS: The committee members are responsible for attending funerals and serving as greeters and hospitality ministers. Ministers of Hospitality welcome guests before the funeral Masses, distribute programs, and ensure that everyone feels comfortable in our church. They also perform a walkthrough of the pews and the church to ensure that everything is cleaned up after the funeral Mass. Contact: Mary Scott Herrington,
  • COFFEE & DONUTS: This committee hosts coffee and donuts after the Sunday morning Masses (8:30 AM & 11 AM) to provide social time for all of our parishioners.  Members are asked to host these events by setting up and serving. The coordinator position is open. Contact: Mary Scott Herrington,


This ministry offers education, support, and guidance to our parish family in matters of physical, mental, and spiritual well-being. Quarterly seminars, classes, demonstrations, and screenings will be offered to our parish.

Contact: Allyson Skaggs,

  • STEPHEN MINISTRY: Join the Stephen Ministry program at Holy Trinity Catholic Church, and become a skilled caregiver equipped to bring Christ’s healing love to those in need. This program trains members to work alongside Fr. Shayne in providing Christian care to members of our parish. By joining this program, you can multiply the amount of caring ministry provided and be a part of a team that helps people who are grieving, in crisis, or experiencing other stresses in life. Make a difference in your community today by joining Stephen Ministry. Contact: Allyson Skaggs,


The Housing Committee supports housing needs for the community through multiple efforts.

Contact: John Vidal,


A group that provides a variety of spiritual, social, and service-oriented activities for the men of our parish.

Contact: Chris Fulton,


Joining a new church can be an exciting but daunting experience. That’s why we are starting a new program that connects new families with volunteer mentor families. As a mentor family, you would play a crucial role in helping new members feel welcomed and supported, and in connecting them with all that our community has to offer. By becoming a mentor family, you’ll not only be doing a great service to your fellow church members, but you’ll also be deepening your connection to our community.

Contact: Beth Klem,


This group coordinates the many aspects that are necessary to pull off a successful Parish Festival. Parishioners assist in planning the festival, operating booths, and seeking financial supporters.  

  • LEADERSHIP/PLANNING COMMITTEE: Members of this committee plan and organize the parish festival.
  • BOOTH CAPTAIN: These volunteers organize and oversee the volunteers for their specific booth.
  • GENERAL VOLUNTEER: This group works the various booths.
  • SETUP/BREAKDOWN: This group helps set up the booths before the festival and then helps break down and clean up following the festival.

Contact: Jody Demling, or Jason Breit,


Lay ministers play an invaluable role in providing spiritual care to those who are unable to attend church services due to being homebound, hospitalized, or in assisted living/nursing home facilities. Their compassionate approach ensures that each individual’s needs are addressed, and they also distribute the Eucharist, providing comfort and solace to those in need.

Contact: Kathy Stoess,


This committee makes blankets for people who are sick, homebound, or in the hospital. They also make blankets for our newly baptized.

Contact: Angie Hoerter,


Join our email prayer line group today and experience the power of prayer! As a member, you’ll receive prayer requests via email and have the opportunity to pray for each request in private. By joining this group, you’ll be part of a supportive community dedicated to lifting each other in prayer. Sign up now and witness the amazing ways prayer can transform lives.

Contact: Mary Scott Herrington,


Respect Life and Social Concerns members are dedicated to spreading awareness about the worth and respect each human life deserves, from the moment of conception until natural death. Through earnest prayer, educational programs, and outreach initiatives, they strive to inspire parishioners to embrace the sanctity of life and uphold it in every aspect of their lives. Join hands with Respect Life/Social Concerns members and let us celebrate and cherish the gift of life together!

Contact: Dana Hardesty, or Jane Hancock,


Unlock a world of exciting possibilities with our ministry tailored exclusively for individuals aged 60 and above. Discover a wide range of enriching opportunities that cater to your interests and passions throughout the school year. Contact: Penny Gleason,


  • ATHLETICS COACH: All of the sports we offer at Holy Trinity need volunteer coaches. We need head coaches and assistant coaches for each team. All coaches need to have a current background check and be up-to-date in the Safe Environment Training.
  • ATHLETIC BOARD: The five-person Holy Trinity Athletic Board is the governing body of sports at Holy Trinity and works directly with the Director of Sports Ministry. These are two-year positions and are open to any parent with a child in the school.
  • ATHLETICS VOLUNTEER WORK: Holy Trinity uses parent volunteers to work the gate and concession stand in the gym during the girls’ volleyball, basketball, and boys’ volleyball seasons. We host CSAA games during the times that parents will be working.

Contact: Jody Demling,


The Holy Trinity conference provides emergency assistance to clients requiring help with basic, human needs (rent, utilities, etc.). The organization also provides holiday gifts to clients in southern Kentucky as well as Metro Louisville; donates food to St. Augustine Parish in Louisville; collects items for food pantries; and sponsors a donation drive for gently used clothing, furniture, and household items.

Contact: Susan Means,


Our mission is to create quarterly functions for the women of the parish that encourage spirituality, community, and friendship.

The coordinator position of this program is open. Contact: Mary Scott Herrington, at