Welcome to Trinity!
Whether you are a life-long Christian or beginning to explore spirituality for the first time, you are welcome at Trinity Lutheran Church.
This faith community is centered in Word and Sacrament and committed to proclaiming God’s grace, mercy and peace to a world in need. We hope that you will join in as, together, we offer ourselves to God through prayer and service to our neighbor. As you browse this site, God give you strength, hope and joy in Christ Jesus for the living of these days.
VBS Online Registration is Open! For the Preschool Only Week (age 2 1/2 – 5) Click Here Camp is July…Read More
At a Special Meeting of the Congregation on Sunday, March 17, the Trinity congregation voted by a sizeable margin to…Read More
Trinity’s Nave was filled with glorious music on January 20, provided by the WPI Brass Ensemble and John Weit on…Read More
Justin Mahan can now add published poet to his long list of talents and achievements. Worcester State University held a…Read More
Trinity Lutheran Church hosted a Communications Workshop for the New England Synod January 12, 2013, with a live simulcast via…Read More
Trinity “Embarks” on a project to fill an ark for those in need. For more information please see the content…Learn More
Loret Schur was recently honored by the Nashoba Valley Chamber of Commerce, who presented Loret with the Robert W. Lewis…Learn More
Members of Trinity took part in a can drive to benefit Veterans Inc., along with a table card making and…Learn More
10.27.12 After spending three weeks in North Carolina helping to rebuild storm damaged homes, Thelma Agerholm has returned home. Recently she…Learn More
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The Sunday after Pentecost is celebrated each year as Trinity Sunday, a day on which the church meditates on the mystery of our God, one divine unity of three distinct presences. Each way that we speak about the Trinity is inadequate. Indeed, a God we could understand wouldn't be much of a God. This Sunday we will be helped by a poem in Proverbs, a psalm, Paul, John, our prayers, several hymn writers, the text of our liturgy, a sermon, and the gift of bread and wine, as in worship we are gathered into the life of our unfathomable God.
Readings: (click on the readings to view)
Proverbs 8:1-4, 22-31