Welcome to Campus Ministry
Campus Ministry offers worship opportunities, interfaith services, service and justice opportunities, and spiritual programs.
End of Spring Semester Highlights
Thank you, all volunteers this semester!
We especially thank our campus interns, Laetitia Kabimanyi and Komi Koffi, for their dedication to community service and their passion for helping the underserved people of D.C. When Laetitia’s band of Trinity volunteers arrived at Christ’s House and Capital Area Food Bank, the women were continually welcomed with cheers of “Trinity’s here!”
Our new intern, MBA student Komi Koffi, added two trips to our weekly community service offerings: The DC Diaper Bank, on Thursdays, and The Franciscan Monastery Garden Guild, on Saturdays.
Without our student volunteers who came each week to our service trips we could not have had such a successful semester! Thanks!
Thank you to Mr. Samuel Edison Cromwell, our gifted Gospel Choir director, for sharing his talents with Trinity students and lifting our spirits in song.
A special thank you to Fr. Paul Dressler, OFM Cap, for celebrating our Masses this semester, and to the young friars who accompanied him. Their spiritual joy was contagious!
Thank you to all who participated in our worship services, small faith groups, holiday celebrations, film nights, interfaith events, and Masses. Thank you for being a part of the spiritual community at Trinity.
Our mission advances the spiritual values of the Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur, founders of Trinity, who believe that education and spirituality transform lives. We strive to model diversity, interdependence, solidarity, and inclusiveness, reaching across racial, ethnic, and religious lines.
Campus Ministry offers Catholic Masses, Christian worship services, and interfaith services. Scripture study, retreats centered on peace building, and small classes dedicated to discerning one’s spiritual gifts are offered. The Gospel Choir brings together many talented singers who perform both on and off campus, providing inspiration through music.
Community Service & Social Justice
Serving some of the most vulnerable populations in Washington, D.C. Trinity students work in many non-profits that address hunger, homelessness, and other social ills. They mentor and tutor children, work with the elderly, and work for social and ecological justice.
Campus ministry offers its volunteers training in the best practices of community service at the beginning of each semester.