News & Updates

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TLC Parking Lot Closed – June 15

On that Saturday, members of the Property Committee will be sweeping and repainting the lines for the parking spaces for the whole parking lot.  The closure will be for the whole day.  The workers will be starting early in the morning so the lines will be dry and the lot will be opened for the Sunday liturgies.

Special Congregational Meeting – Sunday, June 16, 2019, 11:15 a.m. in the Nave

The Congregational Council has called a Special Congregational Meeting for Sunday, June 16, 2019 with one agenda item:  approval of exterior stucco repair and painting of the building (except of the Nave and Christ Chapel) with the total project cost not to exceed $60,000. Because the estimated cost of the project exceeds $25,000, a vote of the Congregation is required. If you have any questions or concerns about the project, please speak with Council President […]

60-Day Journey Toward Justice in a Culture of Gun Violence

We at Trinity Church, along with the congregations of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA) are saddened by the all-too-frequent occurrences of gun violence in the U.S. We mourn the loss of life. We grieve for the victims and their families, who often feel silenced. And we lament for those who have done violence to others and often feel removed from a community of faith. We invite you on a journey of prayer, scripture, […]

Awesomeness of the week! 6/12/2019

Every week, in this section, we’ll highlight a Trinity ministry or person who helps to make Trinity a great place. Reverend Doug Behm 50th Anniversary of Ordination Each year, at the New England Synod Assembly, anniversaries of ordinations are celebrated. Pastors are called up on stage and the Assembly expresses their appreciation through applause and cheering.  This year marks the 50th anniversary of Pr. Doug Behm’s ordination! Pr. Doug chooses to not be formally recognized at […]

Adult Forum Summer Study

Central Things: Worship in Word and Sacrament On Sundays from 9 – 9:50 a.m. in the Library Eight Sessions starting June 23 through August 11 This study is open to all adults and high-school youth, baptized or not, Lutheran or not. Cantor Mark Mummert, Leader Have you ever wondered: What are the essential matters or things of Christian worship? What is central to Lutheran worship?  What is changing in worship practice among Lutherans in our […]

Elm Park Ministries Day Camp registration paperwork ready

Children age 6 to 13 can be campers.  Get your registration packet from the hallway outside Jeppson Hall. Teens 13 and older can be CIT’s. Get in touch with Jena for more information at There are ways that you can help make this year of camp the best it’s ever been.  Get in touch with Jena at or sign up in the hallway outside Jeppson Hall to: Sponsor a camper: the full cost […]

The Way: Animate Faith

Sunday through Saturday, June 23-29; 6:30 — 8 p.m. in the Church Library The next cross-generational (youth and adults together) faith formation offering at Trinity Church Have you thought about going deeper with a small group in conversations about faith and life? Have you wanted to go through a study leading to your own affirmation of faith? Is your schedule complicated, making it difficult to attend many consecutive weeks of classes? Beginning last fall, Trinity […]

Rainbow Flag

During the month of June, Trinity Church flies a rainbow flag in celebration of Pride Month and as a visible welcome to lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) persons. In 2011, the congregation voted to become a “Reconciling-in-Christ” congregation of the ELCA extending intentional welcome to LGBT persons. Trinity also lives out its welcome to LGBT persons by participating in Worcester Pride activities in September and supporting the work of the LGBT Asylum Support Task […]

TLC Yard Sale is Coming!

TLC Yardsale Is Coming on Saturday, July 20.  The Property Committee will be hosting a yard sale to raise money to support property projects.  There are three ways you can get involved! Rent a space for $25 to sell your things and YOU keep the money. Donate your items for the Property Committee to sell and they keep the money for property projects. Come shopping at the yard sale on July 20! Contact Ed Menard at […]

Hope for Housing Gift Cards

On the first Sunday of each month, Katherine Duffy will be selling the gift cards in the hall outside of Jeppson.  Hope for Housing is a non-profit program developed by the Interfaith Coalition to Prevent Family Homelessness with assistance from the Central Massachusetts Housing Alliance. The cards are from Big Y, Hannaford, Shaw’s, Stop & Shop, Dunkin’ Donuts, Panera and CVS in various denominations. If you miss Katherine on Sunday, call the office at (508) […]