Welcome to Most Holy Trinity Catholic Chapel
Most Holy Trinity Parish serves cadets, military and civilian personnel and their families in the West Point Community. Visitors are always welcome to come for Mass or quiet prayer.
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For information on visiting Most Holy Trinity, please see the Garrison Page .
|Academic Year Mass Schedule||1030 and 1700||1205||1205||1205||1205||1205||1700|
|Summer Mass Schedule||1030||1205||1205||1205||1205||1205||1700|
|Eucharistic Adoration||1900 -2000||0830-0915|
* Unless cancelled due to a funeral
- Music Ministry
"He who sings prays twice..." - St. Augustine
The Music Ministry at Most Holy Trinity Chapel supports worship within the liturgical norms of the Roman Catholic Church, with the support of our Pastor and clergy, and our talented parishioners. Singers and instrumentalists are ALWAYS welcome to join us in the Choir Loft.
- Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion
For information about training or scheduling, contact Kim McDermott, (845) 859-4204.
If you are interested in serving as a Lector or have any questions, please contact COL (Ret) Dan McCarthy, (845) 938-4893.
- Catholic Women of the Chapel
Catholic Women of the Chapel is designed to open our hearts and minds so that we can more fully bring God into our lives, our families' lives, and into our community. We provide an opportunity for women to unite in prayer, to learn, share, and grow together in their knowledge of God, their Catholic faith, and the Church. Inspired by the Holy Spirit, CWOC reflects a visible presence of Christ in military communities by fostering and nourishing women in spirituality, leadership, and service.
- Altar Servers
It is a great privilege and responsibility to serve God and His Church by assisting the priest at Mass as an altar server. This ministry is available to boys and girls, men and women, who have completed First Communion and have successfully completed training.
For information about training or scheduling, contact COL Brad Wambeke, (845) 938-4823.
- Religious Education
The Religious Education Department is located in the Cloister Room of Most Holy Trinity Catholic Chapel. It is coordinated by the Director of Religious Education, Dr. Joseph Lynch at (845) 938-8761 or email.
Confraternity of Christian Doctrine (CCD)
The Sunday morning Religious Education program is held weekly from 9 a.m. to 10 a.m. in Thayer Hall, third floor, west side. Classes are available from Pre-K to Adult, including special needs children. A nursery is available for volunteers and those individuals attending the Adult class. A registration form can be found here. Please fill it out and bring it to the Religious Education office located in the Cloister Room, or give it to RE records keeper, Denise Wambeke. Also, you can scan it and email it to Dr. Joe Lynch. Catechists are volunteers who teach the classes. If you are interested in being a catechist or an assistant, please contact Dr. Joe Lynch.
Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults (RCIA)
The RCIA program is the process by which adults become members of the Catholic Church. It is a multiple step process that takes several months to complete. The RCIA classes begin early September on Tuesday evenings, beginning at 6:30 p.m. in the Cloister Room. This is a combined class that includes both adults and Cadets. For more information, please contact Dr. Joe Lynch.
We have a brand new youth program here at MHT utilizing the Life Teen curriculum for high school and Edge for middle school. Our goal is for teens to find community as they grow in their faith, build relationships with each other and with Christ, and be confident in their identity as Catholic Teens. Edge meets Mondays from 6:30 - 8 p.m. and Life Teen meets Wednesday evenings from 6:30 - 8 p.m., both downstairs in the church basement, Cloister Room. For more information contact Dr. Joseph Lynch at (845) 938-8761 or email.
Learn together. Pray together. Play together.
- Men of St. Joseph
“As iron sharpens iron, so one man sharpens another.”
Men of St. Joseph (MOSJ) meet on Tuesday mornings from 0600-0700 in the chapel for prayer, discussion, fellowship and breakfast until 0700. All men of Most Holy Trinity are welcome to join and attend.
For more information about the Men of St. Joseph, please contact MAJ Sam Heider or SGM Jeremy Schlegel.