Thank you all for your work! Here are some of the ideas that the committee has proposed and where those projects are. 

Daily Lunch Mass: Implemented, but now on hold while we await assignment of a new priest. 

Bible Study / Holy Hour: We will now be offering a Bible study on first Tuesdays of every month beginning September 6, 2016. There is no cost to attend. Please RSVP. Jeff Cavins The Mysteries of the Bible is available to the parish and might make an excellent Bible study for those interested as well as those in businesses nearby.

Prayer Gathering / Walk: We are now planning a Rosary Prayer Walk under the auspices of St. Louis Mass Mob's "Mini Mob". Click here for more information.

Convent Rental: St. Louis University was very interested in using our facilities as a space to house the Billiken Volunteer Corps. For many months, Tim Trynecki and Most Holy Trinity staff met
with St. Louis University, contractors and others. In the end, a new interim head of
department vetoed the program due to cost. We continue to look for renters for this space.

Mass Mob: The committee as a whole lent support and ideas. The community outreach subcommittee put a lot of effort into making Mass Mob happen. It was a success thanks to all
and continues to run. We continue to organize Mass Mobs and are now proposing our first "Mini Mob", a Rosary Prayer Walk (see above).

St. Paul’s Street Evangelization: One of the primary points of early discussions was about needing more members to sustain the church. It is also the Great Commission given to us by Jesus Christ, "Go and make disciples of all nations." We have now had several outings. See our webpage for the next event.

Business BBQ: The business sub-committee met and decided to invite local businesses to a gathering to discuss creating a dialogue between community organizations and businesses. As a preliminary step, twelve business leaders were invited to attend a meeting. Only one responded. The BBQ was postponed.