524 Mifflin Street - Huntingdon, PA 16652

Welcome to our online community

A Special Note from Father Mark:

I would encourage everyone to - of course - be financially healthy during this pandemic.  Do not spend more than you have, and be frugal.  If - and this is a big "if" i realize - but IF you have the means to give to the Church please do so.  You can mail your envelopes in, or give online at the diocesan website (note the how-to-do-that below).  We are doing everything we can do to keep costs down, but will need some funds to pay the bills.  

Please continue to chekl this page and our Parish Facebook page for more of what we are doing to stay connected during this pandemic.  We will hopefully be doing even more in the near future!

I truly appreciate all that you do as parishioners of Most Holy Trinity! I look forward to the time when we are gathering again as a community in our Church!

Peace, Fr. Mark


churchMission Statement
Empowered by the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit through Word and Sacrament, we, the Eucharistic Community of Most Holy Trinity, seek to live the example of Christ as found in the Gospel. 

By the worship and service of God and education in our faith, we will build and maintain an environment which leads to God’s Kingdom

Please feel free to visit the pages of our Parish Site, learn about who we are as a community of faith and the services our parish provides. If you are thinking about moving to the Huntingdon area, we cordially invite you to make Most Holy Trinity your parish home.






We are streaming our Most Holy Trinity 9:00 Sunday Mass with Father Mark and Deacon Don 9:00  on Facebook.

Proclaim! will continue to air every Sunday at 10:30 a.m. on WATM ABC 23. The show will continue to be posted on the Diocese of Altoona-Johnstown Facebook and Twitter social media platforms.  Bishop Mark will celebrate Sunday Masses, which will air every Sunday at 11:00 a.m. on WATM ABC 23 and at 9:00 p.m. on Atlantic Broadband Channel 9. The Masses will also be posted on the diocesan website and Facebook and Twitter social media platforms. Audio of the Liturgies will air Sundays at 10:00 a.m. on WFBG AM 1290. Also during this time, daily Mass, celebrated by Father Matthew Baum at Prince of Peace Parish in Northern Cambria, is streamed on the parish website and the Diocese of Altoona-Johnstown Facebook page.


These are unprecedented times. The coronavirus has captured everyone’s attention, but it has not taken away our faith. Our Church is alive and still carrying on its mission and Most Holy Trinity will continue to bring you the light of Christ. But in order to continue our work, we need your support.

To assist parishes like ours who do not currently offer online/electronic giving, the Diocese has provided the use of their online giving platform and created a specific “Your Parish Offertory” giving site. “Your Parish Offertory” is available on the diocese’s home page featuring this GIVING button. Parishioners can also go to www.dioceseaj.org/giving.

All funds donated will be credited to Most Holy Trinity and we will be made aware of your continued generosity.

You can also mail your offertory directly to Most Holy Trinity.  524 Mifflin St. Huntingdon PA 16652.

Thank you for your support and may our Lord continue to bless you, our community, and our nation.




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