Meals for Shelter

Meals will continue this summer!

Thank you all who have helped this past winter season.

It is with grateful hearts that we announce that the St. Joseph Shelter for Men and Women in Lorain will be open again this year. The Shelter consists of two buildings, one for the women and the other for the men. Total guests at full capacity could number around 80 – 85. Holy Trinity Parish has volunteered to provide meals to the shelter on the first Sunday of every month November – April. Each month we will list the menu for the upcoming Sunday in the bulletin and all we ask is that you prepare a portion of the meal and drop it off in Holy Trinity’s parking lot at the specified times. Members of our St. Vincent De Paul Commission will deliver your donations to the Shelter immediately following the drop off time. The guests at the shelter certainly do appreciate your time and your generosity.

If you have questions regarding this Ministry, please contact Karen at the Parish Office, 937-5363.


If you are interested in helping cook this summer:  

please contact the parish office at 937-5363.  

We will add your name to our list of meal providers.  

Items will not be published in the bulletin over the summer.


You are welcome to prepare any part of the meal or the entire meal.  Please drop off your items in the North Parking Lot between 3:30 and 4:00 on the first Sunday of the month.   Please package your items for spill proof transportation.  All items need to be cooked, but not hot.



Book Club for Adults

Monday, August 28, 2017   7:00 PM  Parish Center

All adult readers are welcomed to discuss the novel -

Until Tuesday 

by LuisCarlos Montalvan


A Gentleman in Moscow   —-  this book will be discussed in September

by Amor Towles

This is the story of a Russian aristocrat sentenced in 1922 to house arrest in an attic room in the grand Metropol Hotel in Moscow.  Brimming with humor and beautifully written, this novel relates the Count’s endeavor to gain a deeper understanding of what it means to be a man of purpose.

All are welcome to join us in discussing this very interesting read.