Church Groups

Christian Church

Holy Trinity Cathedral

Established 1915

THE ADORATION OF THE MOST BLESSED SACRAMENT

The Women's Society For The Adoration Of The Most Blessed Sacrament or ANS. On the first Sunday of the month, we hold candles & sit together in the first pew. We take care of the alters, flowers& candles. Meet the 3rd Sunday of the month after mass. You may join at age 16 & up

moms in prayer

Holy Trinity Cathedral Moms In Prayer group will resume its weekly meetings after the "social distancing" requirements have been lifted. In the meantime, we continue to pray each week from our own homes for the Manchester School District and for all of the young people and educators connected with our parish (and extended) family. Our young adults need prayer, too, so we remember our college students and those who are in the workforce. We invite more moms to join us:  Imagine the impact of God answering prayers for a generation of children throughout the world! Please contact Karen Sobiechowski at 622-4524 or ksobiechowski@yahoo.com for further information.

SCHOOL OF CHRISTIAN LIVING

Each week, after mass the youth of our church have Sunday School.  We delve into the Gospel so that students understand the meaning of the Gospel.  Activities relating to the Gospel and the time of year are also completed during this hour class. Students partake in community service by completing different activities.   For example, we collect items for the Operation Christmas Child.

membership and outreach team

Our mission is to increase attendance and membership to Holy Trinity Cathedral by fostering a welcoming and respectful environment, where individuals and families can explore and achieve spiritual fulfillment.

The Frederick Chopin Choir

The primary mission of the Frederick Chopin Choir is to enhance the liturgy of the church with beautiful music, both traditional and contemporary, in the Polish and English languages. Always striving for excellence, this small but dedicated group, under the direction of organist Karen Sobiechowski, sings in four-part harmony for every Sunday Mass and for special services all year long. Members participate in Interfaith events in Manchester and in concerts and liturgies throughout New England. 

HOLY TRINITY SENIORS

Members support the work of Holy Trinity Cathedral, reach out to the homebound members and nursing home residents, and enjoy outings to various community events. For further information, call 622-4524.