To Welcome, Proclaim and Serve in Christ’s Name

To Welcome, Proclaim and Serve in Christ’s Name

To Welcome, Proclaim and Serve in Christ’s Name

To Welcome, Proclaim and Serve in Christ’s Name

To Welcome, Proclaim and Serve in Christ’s Name

To Welcome, Proclaim and Serve in Christ’s Name

To Welcome, Proclaim and Serve in Christ’s Name

To Welcome, Proclaim and Serve in Christ’s Name

To Welcome, Proclaim and Serve in Christ’s Name

Welcome to Trinity Lutheran Church!

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.

Latest News

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Come Celebrate with Trent and Jo!  THIS SUNDAY-July 23rd

On July 23, Trent and Jo Alexopoulos will be celebrating 50 years of marriage and Trent’s birthday and they want all of…

Read More Baseball and Fellowship – August 1st – LAST SUNDAY TO SIGN UP!

On August 1st, the Worcester Bravehearts are hosting Trinity at their ballpark.  Come for the BBQ and baseball, stay for the…

Read More Lunch (and ICE CREAM) with Luther:  July 30th

Please join us in the Nave after the 10 a.m. liturgy (approximately 11:15 a.m.) on July 30 to take a walking tour of the…

Read More Adult Study: 9 a.m. Sundays: “What makes a hymn Lutheran”

During June and July, join others in exploring and singing the hymns of Martin Luther as we search for the…

Read More Noontime Brown Bag Concert features Cantor Mark Mummert – August 2

Cantor Mark Mummert will play a Noontime Brown Bag Concert at Mechanics Hall in Worcester on Wednesday, August 2 on…

Read More Restoring, Rejoicing, Renewing – Construction Committee Update – July 2017

 The 1945 Smith Steam Boilers are gone! The boiler room has been emptied and all the asbestos has been removed!…

Read More Updating Website Photos!

Smile for the camera!  Ken Johnson and Alice Eriksen are working with Pastor Nathan and Cantor Mark to update photos…

Read More Blackstone Canal Horse and Wagon Tours

Elizabeth Bacon, Coordinator for the Clemente Group (which meets at Trinity), is working on these free tours that will be…

Read More Interested in becoming a member of Trinity Church??

If you are interested in becoming a member of Trinity Church, speak with Pastor Nathan.  We give thanks for the many…

Read More Pictures for Facebook, Twitter, Instagram

Cantor Mark ( and Pastor Nathan ( are asking you to take and send them pictures of Trinity ministry events…

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Helping Others

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Support Elm Park Ministries Day Camp (July 31- Aug 11) in the following ways:

Fundraising Envelopes: Please consider making a donation to camp with the envelopes marked “EPMDC Fundraising” found in your bulletin. $310…

Read More Tabitha Circle & Summer Reading Books

Tabitha Circle is once again sponsoring a book drive for summer reading books for the kids at Concordia.  Summer and…

Read More Is someone in the Hospital? 

If you know that a parishioner is in the hospital, please call the parish office at (508) 753-2989 to let…

Read More The Trinity Health Cabinet News

The Trinity Health Cabinet seeks to offer support and assistance by meeting parishioners needs holistically, ministering to body, mind and…

Read More Hope for Housing Gift Cards Are Available

Getting ready for the holidays you may find a need for a little something to say thank you or “You’re…

Read More Remember, First Sunday of the Month Is Food Sunday! 

Please bring your non-perishable food items to Trinity the first Sunday of each month. Your food donations go to Carty…

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This Sunday

Sunday, July 30, 2017
Time after Pentecost 

The gospel reading for this coming Sunday includes six very brief parables about what Matthew calls “the kingdom of heaven.” At worship, choose which picture of the mercy of God is most appealing to you, and at the Lord’s Supper, take this treasure into yourself.

Readings: (click readings to view)
1 Kings 3:5-12
Romans 8: 26-39
Matthew 13:31-33, 44-52
Psalm 119:129-136

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