Most Holy Trinity Parish

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Most Holy Trinity Parish, East Hampton, New York
with St. Peter, Amagansett

Most Holy Trinity Parish is where the joy of the gospel is
    proclaimed, taught and lived.

 

The Summer Mass schedule is in effect. St. Peter's, Amagansett is open as announced. See below.
Maps to help you find us.
The Parish Bulletin is on-line. Click here for the Pastor's Homilies.


  FINDING FAITH TODAY  Boston University is conducting a survey of adults (aged 18 and over) who have made a new religious commitment, conversion, or profession of faith within the last three years (since January 1, 2011), even if that happens to be a “return” to faith from an earlier commitment in their lives.

The link is www.bu.edu/cpt/fft  All responses will be kept completely anonymous and confidential. We can also obtain hard copies in most major languages for those who prefer not to take the survey online or who are unable to do so.  The online survey can also be taken in multiple languages, as persons directed to it will easily discover.
 


Interfaith Psalm Study concludes on Wednesday in MHT Parish Hall

“Sing to God a new song for the Holy One has done wonders” (Psalm 98:1)
A Monsignor, Rabbi and Rector study the Psalms.

Three Evenings of Sacred Study
Wednesdays at 7pm
July 9th, 23
rd and 30th

July 9th Reverend Denis Brunelle,
Rector of St. Luke’s Episcopal Church
HALLEL PSALMS (Psalms 146‐150)
At St. Luke’s
18 James Lane, East Hampton

July 23rd Rabbi Sheldon Zimmerman
Rabbi, Jewish Center of the Hamptons
ROLE OF JERUSALEM IN THE PSALMS
At the Jewish Center of the Hamptons
44 Woods Lane, East Hampton

July 30th Reverend Monsignor Don Hanson
Pastor, Most Holy Trinity Roman Catholic Church
ROLE OF PSALMS IN OUR LITURGIES
At Most Holy Trinity Parish Hall
79
Buell Lane, East Hampton

At each session the presenter will teach and that will be followed by an
exchange among our three teachers, who will be present at all sessions, and the community.

We rejoice at these opportunities to learn together and to discuss our
sacred traditions with mutual respect and in a community of sacred study.

 

 

 

 
   
 

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Of interest

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Daily Mass Readings: http://www.usccb.org/nab/today.shtml

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The pastor's homilies and letters are now on line.

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Protection of Children link. All information regarding the diocesan effort to ensure all our children are safe.

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Links to our neighboring congregations' websites (East Hampton Clericus).

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Google maps to help you find us.