Welcome to Campus Ministry
Becoming involved in Campus Ministry at Trinity Washington University means discovering your spiritual strengths, nurturing your sense of justice and peace, and sustaining your own goodness in relationship with God’s goodness, and others. By integrating your academic path with opportunities for prayer, conversation, worship, volunteer service, and even song, you will discover your strength! We are here for you, and you are invited to visit Campus Ministry in Main Hall 224- Sr. Ann Howard, SNDdeN, X 9608, and 219- Dr. Stephen D. Thorne, X9609, to learn what events and activities will interest you during your new semester of study.
Students who wish to join Lectio Divina, Mindfulness, Bible Study, Catholic Mass, and volunteer service opportunities may visit Campus Ministry for further information.
Campus ministry supports student volunteering in DC. Check in this Fall to access opportunities for volunteering. Tutoring, visiting our revered elders, feeding the hungry, planting vegetables for food, stacking food items, serving the sick: these are some of our volunteer opportunities.
Gospel Choir meets on Monday evenings at 7. A directory for local Mass and Church services is available, Sacramental preparation is encouraged, and a spirit of prayerful support are all here for you, as a Trinity ‘sister’.
Watch for weekly events to support your discovery:
We offer a Wednesday Catholic Mass (Chapel in Main) at 12:10, and the chapel is open throughout the day, so stop in when you feel the desire for personal prayer. The Muslim prayer room (477 Main), Tuesday Bible Study (Main Hall chapel at 5pm), Thursday gospel reflection (Main Hall chapel at 3pm) and a Saturday volunteer opportunity are available for you. Campus Ministry supports worship opportunities, social justice awareness, with emphasis on Catholic Social Teachings, Notre Dame Hallmarks, climate awareness and the dignity of human life in your discovery of your own strengths.
Summer 2023 Cunneen Fellows
Now that Karla and Tobi have completed their Cunneen Fellowship, we congratulate them and look forward to hearing form them about their summer of service at Latino Student Fund and the Latin American Youth Center, respectively.
Think about applying for the Cunneen Summer Fellowship 2023. Application forms are available and your volunteer service ideas are awaiting your attention. Start now to anticipate a meaningful and rewarding summer experience in DC or beyond!
Read more about our Fellows and their Fellowship here: https://discover.trinitydc.edu/ministry/current-cunneen-fellows/.
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.
Visit the chapel in Main, to pray, and to participate in these events:
Catholic Mass on Wednesdays at 12:10 Noon,
Mindfulness Mondays at 3 pm (meet in chapel),
Gospel Choir on Mondays at 7 pm (Starts August 29, Chapel in Main),
Bible Study Tuesday evenings at 5 pm Chapel in Main,
Thursday Lectio Divina (on Sunday’s gospel) at 3pm, Chapel in Main,
Friday Rosary en espanol, at 3, Chapel in Main
See you there!
Sr. Ann Howard, SNDdeN
Director of Campus Ministry
Main Hall 224
Dr. Stephen D. Thorne
Coordinator, Black Catholic Ministry, Spirituality, and Scholarship
Friday, March 24, 12:00 pm
Monday, March 27, 7:00 pmO'Connor Auditorium
Tuesday, March 28, 5:00 pm
Wednesday, March 29, 12:10 pmChapel in Main Hall