News & Updates

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Afghan Resettlement Meeting – Sunday, 10/31 after 10:00 a.m. Eucharist

An organizing meeting will be held on Sunday, October 31 immediately following the 10:00 a.m. Eucharist for those interested in serving on Trinity’s Neighborhood Support Team (NST) to help resettle Afghan evacuees.  At the meeting, those interested will discuss the role and expectations of NST’s and how volunteers can best help with this effort. Please click HERE to learn more about the Roles & Responsibilities of NST’s. If you are interested in learning more please […]

Annual Stewardship Campaign – October 31 Commitment Sunday

ANNUAL STEWARDSHIP CAMPAIGN – OCTOBER 31 COMMITMENT SUNDAY  “I am the vine, you are the branches. Those who abide in me and I in them bear much fruit.” John 15:5 Dear siblings in Christ, In our Stewardship Campaign this fall we are inviting reflection on what it means to be connected to Christ the vine. Our individual lives and our life together as a community of faith thrive and bear fruit because Jesus fills us […]

Free Flu and COVID vaccine clinic on Sunday, October 31

The Worcester Free Care Collaborative has announced a free Flu and COVID vaccine clinic at Epworth Methodist Church, 64 Salisbury Street (across the street from Trinity) on Sunday, October 31st from 1:00pm to 5:00pm.  Flu vaccines will be available for both children and adults while COVID vaccines will be available for those ages 12 and up. No insurance is required and walk-ins are welcome. Click here for the Flyer:  Vaccine-Drive Flyer-ENG

All Saints Day Remembrance

Trinity will celebrate All Saints Day on Sunday, November 7. Those who members of Trinity who died since last All Saints Day will be named aloud during the intercessions at both the 8 a.m. and 10 a.m. Holy Eucharists. In addition, at the 10 a.m. liturgy names of others outside the congregation who have died will also be read aloud. To add names to the remembrance, please write their names in the book of life […]

Name Tags are Back

  As a way for members to reconnect with one another, and as a sign of hospitality for new members and visitors, we encourage all attendees at either 8:00 a.m. or 10:00 a.m. Sunday worship to wear names tags.  These name tags can be found on the hallway outside of Jeppson Hall. If you can’t find your name tag, or have misplaced your name tag, please fill out the request sheet located at the name […]

Book Club Connects to Faith In Action Opportunity

The Trinity non-fiction group met in September and discussed “Kisses From Kate.” This book demonstrates God’s Work, Our Hands through the real-life story of a young American woman’s work in Uganda with children in need. Here in the US, we often think that we “need” things but our needs pale in comparison to the basic human needs of the little ones we read about in the book-food, a bath, a bed, education, medical care, love.  […]

Book Club Reading List for the Fall

You are invited to join any or all of the upcoming Book discussions this fall.  Susan Brown is the contact for the Fiction Book Club gatherings and Beth Getman is the contact for the Non-fiction Book Club. Join us for conversation, fellowship and a snack and don’t forget to bring your book recommendations for the winter! Monday, November 29th at 7 PM in the Library…The Engineer’s Wife by Tracey Enerson Wood (fiction) Monday, December […]

Wednesday Midweek Holy Eucharist at 6:00 p.m.

Each week on Wednesdays at 6:00 p.m., we gather for our weekly midweek Holy Eucharist in the chancel of the Nave. The short 30-minute service includes scripture, prayer, song, and holy communion shared with all worshipers gathered around the altar in the chancel. At this service, we will offer both the bread and wine of the Lord’s supper. BRING YOUR OWN REUSABLE CUP to receive the wine from a pouring chalice. In this time of […]

Weekly Sunday Adult Forum at 9:00 a.m.

Our weekly Adult Forum is offered on Sundays at 9:00 a.m. in the Church Library Pastor Nathan will lead a study of Martin Luther’s Small Catechism with African Descent Reflections. This volume, published by Augsburg Fortress in 2019, will help us in our conversation about Lutheranism in conversation with race and racism. Read more about the course HERE

Jena Hill will be on Parental Leave October 17 to November 15

Youth/Family/Outreach Minister Jena Hill will be taking Parental Leave October 17 to November 15 as she, and her husband BJ, welcome a new son into their home! During her time away Jena will not be responding to texts, emails, or phone calls from members of the congregation. To support Jena and BJ in this special time the congregation is invited to do two things: First, please pray for Jena and BJ in their new life […]