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Sunday, October 23 is Commitment Sunday

The Stewardship Committee has selected Sunday, October 23rd as Commitment Sunday.  On that Sunday, members of the congregation are invited to submit their Financial Commitment for 2023. This year, the Stewardship Committee is inviting members of Trinity to prayerfully consider percentage giving and growing to the next percentage of household income.  After identifying your current percentage of giving to the congregation (2%, 5%, 10%) can you grow to the next percentage of your income? Members […]


Sunday Adult Forum: Hungering for Justice

This Fall’s Sunday Adult Forum is entitled: “Hungering for Justice.” Pastor Nathan leads the forum on Sunday mornings in the Trinity Library from 9:00 a.m. to 9:45 a.m. In weekly Sunday study sessions, participants engage materials offered by ELCA World Hunger focused on hunger and food insecurity issues. This study provides context for our November 5 meal packing event and includes reflection on the ELCA resource “Hunger Catechism” which shapes our response in light of […]


Music at Trinity: Jeremiah Stephenson, Organist on Sunday, October 9 at 4pm

Music at Trinity presents Jeremiah Stephenson, Organist London, England Sunday, October 9 at 4:00 p.m. Suggested donation: $25   Lübeck: Praeludium in E J. S. Bach: Allein Gott, BWV 663 Muffat: Toccata V and Toccata XI J. S. Bach: Allein Gott, BWV 663 Bruhns: Praeludium in G major Stanford: Fantasia and Toccata in D minor Matthew Martin: Liebster, Jesu wir sind hier Iain Farrington: Herr Gott, dich loben alle wir Oortmerssen: Nun ruhen alle Wälder […]


Informational Meeting for the Congregation on Sunday, October 16 at 11:00 a.m.

The Congregation Council invites you to an informational meeting for the congregation, which will be held October 16 directly following the 10 am service. We will be sharing information on our planning process and providing a financial update on the congregation. While no voting is planned, please plan to attend this important meeting so that the Council can give you an update on what’s happening and get your feedback to help us with our decision […]


Family Movie Night October 21st

FREE Family Movie Night at Trinity  Friday, October 21st 4PM in Jeppson Hall All are welcome to come and watch Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of the Were Rabbit (G). Hot dogs, chips and ice cream will be provided. Costumes are encouraged! Contact Jena Hill if you have any questions. CLICK HERE TO RSVP


November 5 Meal Packing Details

Meal Packing at Trinity Lutheran Church Jeppson Hall (Childcare will be available) Saturday, November 5, 2022 8:30 am Coffee and Breakfast Snacks 9:00 am Unload Van and Set Up Packing Lines 10:00 am Pack the Meals 1:00 pm Lunch Working with the nonprofit End Hunger New England https://endhungerne.org , Trinity is hosting a “Meal Packing” event on Saturday, November 5th . Our goal is to raise $7,000 to pay for supplies that will allow us […]


ALERTWorcester Sign Up

The City of Worcester wants all of its residents to be prepared for the next emergency and offers a number of resources for residents: ALERTWorcester – An automated emergency notification system available in 23 languages. By signing up to receive notifications, you will be among the first to know about emergency situations or critical community alerts. General community information – such as parking bans, leave collection, and more – is also shared. Sign up is available […]


Give What You Have, Take What You Need-The Little Free Pantry

Hopefully you’ve seen the new Little Free Pantry (LFP) at the back of our parking lot on Institute Rd. The Little Free Pantry is a movement whose purpose is to help neighbors help one another. Anyone (including you) can put something that you have into the LFP at any time of day. And anyone (including you) can take something out of the LFP if you need it. In many ways, it’s a very simple ministry! […]