News & Updates

Below are the news articles that have been posted to the web site. Use the menu to access Trinity News, Trinity E-News, or news about Music at Trinity.


Palms for Palm Sunday are available for devotional use

  Trinity received our annual order of palms last week and the Ministry Staff is making them available for home devotional use to accompany the “Service of the Word for Palm Sunday” scheduled for broadcast on the Trinity website on Palm Sunday, April 5. The palms will be placed on a table in the Trinity parking lot.  If you would like to receive palms, but cannot get to the parking lot, please let Pastor Nathan […]


Updating our Church Directory

Trinity Office Manager Chris Jackel will be working with volunteers to update our Church Directory during Governor Baker’s stay-at-home advisory. Volunteers will be calling through the current Church Directory to check in on members and to make sure basic contact information is correct:  mailing address, phone numbers, email address, and members of the household (in many cases our current directory still includes adult children who have moved out and established their own homes). We will […]


Wednesday Evening Prayer Online

Beginning Wednesday, March 18 until further notice, sung Evening Prayer will be available online at 6:00 p.m. each Wednesday. This sung prayer is in the style of Holden Village and composed by Marty Haugen. Cantor Mark Mummert will lead the service of prayer, scripture, song, and meditation. The live feed will be available as Facebook Live Event, which is available to everyone, whether you are have a Facebook account or not. To download your own […]


March 29 Sunday Worship Online – “A Service of the Word for the Fifth Sunday in Lent”

The Ministry Staff and Television Ministry Team will be filming “A Service of the Word for the Fifth Sunday in Lent” on Saturday morning and will upload the content onto the website by Sunday morning at 8:00 a.m.  This devotional resource will include scriptures, hymns, and prayers for the Fifth Sunday in Lent and a sermon prepared and delivered by Pastor Nathan.  This content will also air on local cable television stations at our normal […]


Trinity’s “Let’s Get Through this Pandemic Together” Facebook Page

Jena Hill has created a private facebook page (Trinity’s “Let’s Get Through this Pandemic Together”) for members and friends of Trinity to nurture and sustain one another during this time and share pertinent and useful information.  While anyone is invited to join the group, information shared in the group will remain private and not available to the public.  To join the group, please email a member of the Trinity Ministry Staff (Pastor Nathan at npipho@trinityworc.org; […]


A note from the Ministry Staff – Thursday, March 26, 2020

Dear friends, As we complete our second week of quarantine, and as we cancel public gatherings for worship for the second week in a row, we found this introduction to the readings for the Fifth Sunday in Lent particularly poignant:  “The Bible readings this coming Sunday are for everyone who feels half dead, for everyone who sees death everywhere, as well as for everyone who is afraid to even think about death.”  Even though the building […]


Building closure extended to April 7 by Massachusetts stay-at-home advisory

The Church Office and Building remain closed and the closure is extended through Tuesday, April 7, 2020 in response to the stay-at-home advisory extended by Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker on March 23, 2020.   All public gatherings for worship are currently suspended, including Sundays, March 29 (Fifth Sunday in Lent) and April 5 (Palm Sunday), Wednesdays, March 25 and April 1, and funerals. The Baker/Polito Administration has deemed workers at places of worship as COVID-19 essential […]


Good Samaritan Fund – responding to those in need

Pastor Nathan invites members to consider a financial donation to the Good Samaritan Fund. The Good Samaritan Fund is a discretionary fund Pastor Nathan uses to respond to members and friend of Trinity in financial crisis. It will be through this fund Trinity will respond to members who are especially hard hit financially in this time of crisis.  If you care to make a donation to the fund to respond to those in need, you […]


COVID-19 Resources

We encourage people to stay informed with the latest COVID-19 information and resources made available by city, state, and federal officials. City of Worcester … Daily press briefings from Worcester’s mayor and city manager, including the number of local positive COVID-19 cases, information on how to volunteer in response to local needs, and other information for small businesses, employees, and residents of the city.  – LINK. Commonwealth of Massachusetts …The latest directives, orders, and advisories […]


Friday Chats and Snacks for Youth & Young Adults with Jena Online

Fridays at 2pm on Zoom Youth and young adults are invited to grab a snack and chat with Jena Hill using Zoom! Click on the link below to use audio and video or dial in to just talk. Be sure to use the Meeting ID too. Join Zoom Meeting https://zoom.us/j/6409751831 Meeting ID: 640 975 1831 One tap mobile +16465588656,,6409751831# US (New York) Email Jena for more information. jhill@trinityworc.org