Campus Ministry Team
Greetings from the Campus Ministry Office! My name is Michelle Johnson, and I am the Campus Minister. My primary role at Trinity is to increase our Catholic identity by planning school Masses, prayer services, Eucharistic Adoration, retreats, and more. I work very closely with a group of students who help me accomplish all of these things. Students help with Mass set up and volunteer to lector, bring up the gifts, be an altar server, or sing in the choir. As a group, we try to meet once a month to discuss current service projects as well as take time to nurture our spiritual lives.
Please contact me if you have any questions! You can also follow me on Twitter.
Follow Ms. Johnson on Twitter! @TCHSMinistry
Campus Ministry Events
OCTOBER - Class Retreats. Collection of Halloween candy for St. Matthews Safe Streets Halloween Campaign
NOVEMBER – Eucharistic Adoration 11/10/2014
Grandparents Mass 11/25/2014 Student's grandparents are invited to attend. We are also asking everyone to bring a canned food item to benefit our local St. Vincent DePaul society.
DECEMBER - New toy collection for the St. Vincent DePaul Society at Our Lady of the Rosary. Toys are due December 12th by 9:00am!
Life Issues Day- February 6th, 2015FE ISSUES WORKSHOP
Each year, we offer our students an opportunity to attend three presentations on pertinent life issues. Topics include how to recognize and foster healthy relationships, suicide prevention, how to recognize depression, dealing with anxiety, domestic violence, cyber bullying, teen sexuality and the risks of teenage pregnancy, anger management, and more.
LIFE ISSUES WORKSHOP
Remembering the theme of Catholic School's Week (January 25-January 31), "Catholic Schools Celebrating Service," Trinity Catholic High School thanks all those who offered long hours of preparations and planning for a successful Life Issues Workshop on Thursday, January 26.
Each student as well as Trinity faculty members were able to attend three presentations on pertinent life issues. Students were informed on how to recognize and foster healthy relationships, given insight on suicide prevention, how to recognize depression, and dealing with anxiety. Local police officers spoke on domestic violence, cyber bullying and being safe from predators. Teen sexuality and the risks of teenage pregnancy as well as anger management were topics presented to students and faculty.
The Trinity Community would like to thank the presenters who offered their time and talents to help foster healthy respect for all aspects of life within the hearts and minds of students and faculty of Trinity Catholic High School.