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Transformed By Grace 2024

This year's event is now SOLD OUT.

Join us for our third annual Transformed by Grace Women's Event. This year's "fearless" theme will inspire us to embrace faith over fear as we encounter the little and big moments of life. 

Last year's event sold out weeks before the event, so reserve your seat(s) or table today. Grab a friend, family member, or neighbor - all are welcome!

Click here to download a copy of the event flyer.





When: Saturday, April 6 

  • 8:15-9:00 a.m.: Mass & Rosary at Holy Trinity Parish (optional)

  • 8:30-9:30 a.m.: Welcome and Hospitality

    • Registration opens at 8:30 am, and the event officially begins at 9:30 a.m. - coffee and light breakfast items will be available; you can also visit our prayer stations during this welcoming hour.

  • 11:00 a.m.: Champagne/mimosa lunch 

  • 1:00 p.m.: THe event will conclude

  • Following the event, you're also welcome to visit our church for:

    • Personal prayer until 5:30 p.m.

    • Reconciliation from 4:30–5:15 p.m.

    • Saturday Mass at 5:30 p.m.

​​Where: Holy Trinity Parish Social Center (3111 Tierra de Dios Drive, El Dorado Hills)








Is there an age requirement to attend?

Yes, we ask that guests be at least 16 years old.


Do I need to bring anything to check in at registration?

No. Once you arrive at the Social Center, find the registration line that corresponds with the first letter of your last name to check in, and then begin enjoying the event!

If I want to attend Saturday Mass and the Rosary at 8:15 a.m., can I check in early?

Yes. We will have a volunteer available to check you in and help you find your seat to leave any belongings.


Can people buy tickets at the door?

Unfortunately, we will not sell tickets at the door. We anticipate this event will sell out well before the event date.




What is the attire for the event?

You are welcome to come as you are. This is a casual event. 


Will masks be required inside the Social Center?

No. Guests may choose if they would like to wear a mask or not.




What are the seating arrangements for the event?

For groups that purchase a table, you will have a reserved table for your party. Your table number will be provided at registration. Each reserved table will accommodate up to eight guests.


If you purchase individual ticket(s), you may choose your seat among the open tables. We will have greeters inside the Social Center to assist you with finding an open table for you and any guests in your party. Open seating is on a first-come basis; however, we will do our best to accommodate small groups who wish to sit together -- but it's not guaranteed.


Do guests have to be Catholic to attend?

No. All women are welcome, regardless of faith.

I am a nursing mother. Can I bring my child with me?

Yes, you and your child are welcome!




What do I do if I have specific dietary requirements?

There will be a vegetarian brunch option available.  Please let registration know when you check-in and we will do our best to accommodate your needs.


Is there designated parking for those requiring additional time or assistance?

Yes. The church has several handicapped parking spaces in the front area of the Social Center. You can also park in the lower (East) parking lot of the Social Center. There is an elevator available directly inside the building.


Will there be a designated table close to the entrance for those with mobility limitations?

Yes. After you check in at registration, find a volunteer in the Social Center and they can escort you to the designated table. This table will be near the entrance for easy access in, out, and to the restrooms. 


Additional questions?

If you have a question not addressed above, please contact

Farren Hatch (, Holy Trinity Events Ministry Lead. 




Kelsey is an international speaker and author who shares her faith at Catholic events such as NCYC, SEEK, and World Youth Day. After graduating from the University of Kansas, her passion for mission started when she interned at two Fortune 500 companies and saw the greater need for Christ in our world. From serving over 8 years with FOCUS on college campuses and in the parish, she speaks on the topics of evangelization and missionary discipleship, but is most known for her ministry and talks helping women to live in full freedom.

She currently resides with her husband and children in Overland Park, Kansas.


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