MASS INTENTIONS -
We will continue to post our prayer intentions and ask parishioners to pray for them. <Click here> for November 27 / 28.
JOURNEY THROUGH ADVENT - Each week, beginning on Sunday, 21 November 2021, the Solemnity of Christ the King, the CCCB will release a video recording of a Bishop reflecting on the Gospel Reading for each Sunday of Advent. This year’s reflections were inspired by Indigenous Delegation travelling to Rome to meet with Pope Francis from 17-20 December 2021. For more information and links to the videos, <click here>.
MASS FOR the SOLEMNITY OF THE IMMACULATE CONCEPTION - will be held at the Cathedral in Saint John on Wednesday, December 8th at 7:00 p.m. As a way to unite the diocese on our diocesan feast day, the Mass will be live streamed on our diocesan Facebook page.
HAMPTON FOOD BASKET - urgent appeal for donations. Any donation will help and they are expecting an increased need through the Christmas and winter seasons. For more information, contact DeeDee Holland at 333-1651 or email@example.com. Read the appeal letter here.
2022 ENVELOPES - are now available in the foyer.
PARISH RECONCILIATION - will be held at St. Alphonsus on Wednesday, Dec. 1 at 6:30pm.
2022 SUNDAY MISSALS - available now in the church lobby. Price $5.00.
POPE FRANCIS to VISIT CANADA - the Holy Father has accepted the invitation of the Canadian Bishops to visit Canada on a pilgrimage of healing and reconciliation. Official details will be announced by the CCCB as they become available. This announcement brings great consolation and hope, and we are eager to share this news with the faithful. You are invited to read the official press release on the CCCB’s website.
SCHEDULES FOR the HOSPITALITY MINISTRY - are now in the foyer.
SACRAMENT OF CONFIRMATION - all youth in grades 8 and up can register for the Sacrament of Confirmation. <Click here> for more information.
BOTTLE DRIVE - the parish supports our refugees through various means, one of those being an on-going bottle drive. If you have bottles, cans, etc. you'd like to donate, you can drop them off at Hampton Recycling, located at 401 William Bell Dr. in Hampton. Let them know the returnables are for Blessed Trinity Parish and the recycling centre will send all monies raised to our office.
TELEVISED MASS - <click here> for more information on free, televised Masses that will be available as well as other online resources.
We Welcome You
31 We are located in Hampton, New Brunswick, Canada; a quiet yet vibrant town lying in the valley of the Kennebecasis River. It is pastoral. We are pastoral. Come feel our spirit. We are a happy, faith filled community who care for each other. We are home. Welcome to Our Home!
Father Don's November 28 Message
Our current Covid-19 state means that seating for Masses will be limited; we can only admit 50% of the capacity of the churches in our parish. In addition:
Regular Weekend Mass Times:
St. Anthony's Saturday at 4:00pm
St. Alphonsus Sunday at 9:30am
St. Bridget's Sunday at 11:30am
Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament: the first Friday of every month at 7:00pm at St. Bridget`s.
Weekday Mass at St. Alphonsus: There will be no Tuesday Mass on Nov. 30 at St. Alphonsus.
Advent is the season of preparation for the coming of Jesus. Each week until Christmas we light a new candle. Each candle represents our preparations in hope, faith, joy, and peace as we wait for the arrival of Jesus.
Today we light the first candle which represents “Hope”. It is sometimes called the Prophet’s Candle as the prophets waited in hope for the coming of the Messiah.
CHURCH HALL RENTALS
Dee Dee Holland 333-1651 Ann Galloway 832-4598 Fred McBride 832-7835.
Contact Jean Smith at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please have your announcements to the parish by Wednesday each week.