Weekdays 7:00 AM and 9:00 AM
Saturday 8:30 AM, 5:30 PM
Sunday Schedule:
7:30 AM, 9:00 AM, 10:30 AM & 12 Noon


Saturday after the 8:30 AM Mass
Saturday Evenings from 4:30-5:00 PM
Also by Appointment

Served By:

Rev. Anthony J. Randazzo

Rev. Msgr. Joseph P. Masiello
Rev. Msgr. Gerard McCarren, STD
Rev. Alex Pinto

Thomas A. Pluta
Keith T. Gibbons


Christian Family Movement

Thanks to all who joined us for the CFM 

Wine and Cheese Party to re-introduce the

Christian Family Movement to make your

Faith, Family and Friends

a more meaningful part of your parish life!

"Come and see come and join us" on November 17th in the Parish Center Upper Room for the next phase of forming CFM groups at Holy Trinity.  Contact Deacon Tom for more information.  Click on the link below to check out their website.


Photographer Needed

We are updating the parish website and need new photos of the parish staff and Pastoral Council members.  If you are a pro or semi pro and can help call Deacon Tom at 232-8137. 


         Join Fr. Anthony on October 27th for a CELEBRATION LECTURE ON TRINITY as a Parish named in honor of the central mystery of our Christian faith at 7:00 p.m. in the Parish Center. Refreshments will be served…. 

And for a special showing of Babette’s Feast in the Parish Center on November 3rd – 9:45 a.m. and 7:00 p.m. Pope Francis is a fan of Babette’s Feast.



Scripture Reflection Group

All men of the parish and beyond the parish are invited to join the Scripture Reflection Group in the Parish Center each Saturday morning. Fellowship begins at 7:20 AM over bagels and coffee and ends sixty minutes later at 8:20 AM. It includes pre-reading Sunday’s Mass readings, listening to Bishop Robert Baron’s weekly fifteen-minute reflection upon the readings and finishes with a round table sharing of how both preceding parts inspire us, challenge us and define us as Christians.



NOVEMBER 12, 2016


Holy Trinity will be travelling to Astoria, Queens and the Socrates Sculpture Park in Long Island City, Queens. Registration starting October 3rd, cost is $65. The day will start with a light breakfast in the Parish Center at 8 a.m., departure on the bus, arrive in Astoria at 10 a.m. Lunch at a local Greek restaurant at 1:30 p.m. and return to the Church at 4:30 p.m. We hope you can join us. To register, call Minerva Lucarelli at 908-233-3402 or Donna at the Rectory 908-232-8137. 


Boy Scout Food Drive Volunteers Needed on November 12th

9:30 AM to Completion in the HTIS School Gym

Come help sort and stock the food pantry!


Walk Westfield With Fr. Anthony

Join me on Saturday, October 29, and November 26 from 8:00 to 9:30 a.m. to share conversation and walking through all of beautiful Westfield with Fr. Anthony. Breakfast to follow at the Rectory.


Lector and Eucharistic Minister Training

Last Call for the Eucharistic Ministers Workshop

Contact Deacon Tom if you are interested in either becoming a lector and/or eucharistic minister.  Training for both ministries is listed below.  The parish will cover the registration fee.

Lector - January 28, 2017

Eucharistic Minister - Either November 12, 2016 or February 25, 2017

All workshops are on Saturday morning at the Archdiocean Center, Newark - 8:30 AM to 12:30 PM


Save the date for the Annual Fair Trade Sale in the Parish Center on November 11-12

Get you Christmass shopping done early and enjoy the Christmas peace when others are going crazy!




       $597,124 of 1,019,886 (58.5% of goal) pledged as of 10/24/16  

Number of donors:172/2147 (8% of registered families)

Average pledge: $3472


 Next Coffee is November 20th

Thank you to our great hopitality ministers who hosted the several going and coming priest changes!

If you’d like to host a coffee in honor of someone’s birthday or any     special occasion or if you’d like to BRING A BAKED GOOD, please email

  For a complete list of upcoming news & events, click here







We, the parish family of the Catholic Church of the Holy Trinity, joyfully celebrate around the table of the Lord Jesus Christ the love and the beauty of our God and who we are as people on a faith journey. Conscious of our baptismal call, we proclaim God’s Word, in fidelity to our tradition, to believer and non-believer alike. We seek to give prophetic witness to our faith by striving to be a servant community of welcome and hospitality, of reconciliation and forgiveness, of compassion and hope.

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