News & Updates

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Sunday School Online and In-Person Opportunity

Since mid-March, our Sunday School families have been encouraged to worship at home together with weekly videos, talking points and ideas for activities/crafts/service. Because we are still unable to gather together indoors, we are going to continue to offer this online Sunday School opportunity. You don’t need to have children at home in order to receive the weekly videos and instructions, the content is available for all. Please contact Jena Hill at to be […]

September 20 Worship Online – Service of the Word for Sunday

  A Service of the Word for the Sixteenth Sunday after Pentecost Sunday, September 20, 2020 Watch and listen to the video of the service HERE (posted Saturday by 5:00 p.m.) + + + Download the worship booklet for the service HERE + + + Participate in a Virtual Coffee Hour via Zoom hosted by congregational leaders and ministry staff Click this link HERE on Sundays at 11:15 a.m. to join   Prayer of the […]

Weekly Virtual Coffee Hour on Sundays at 11:15am

CONNECT with other FRIENDS & MEMBERS of the CONGREGATION each week on Sundays at 11:15 via Zoom for a VIRTUAL COFFEE HOUR On Sundays at 11:15 a.m. click this link HERE Meeting ID: 874 1255 0981 Passcode: 894333 One tap mobile +16465588656,,87412550981#,,,,,,0#,,894333# Dial-in +1 646 558 8656

Music at Trinity: Tenor Christon Carney Online Video Concert

4 PM SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 20, 2020 Christon Carney, Tenor sings Four Songs Poems by Langston Hughes Music by Jean Berger with Mark Mummert, pianist !!! THIS CONCERT PREMIERES ONLINE ONLY, AT OUR YOUTUBE CHANNEL CLICK HERE !!! In a short 30-minute video concert, Christon Carney sings four poems by Langston Hughes (1901-1967) from his collection, Fields of Wonder. The songs were set to music by Jean Berger (1909-2002) in 1951. Each song explores the themes of love — both realized and not. Mark Mummert will […]

How You Can Support Students and Families This Fall

The new school year has begun and each family, student and teacher is faced with unique challenges and opportunities this fall no matter what style of learning they are doing (in-person or online). Families could use your support. Here’s how you can help: COMMUNICATE: Reach out to parents, students and teachers who you know to let them know that you are thinking of them. Who are your neighbors with children at home? If you would […]

Tuesday and Wednesday Morning Bible Studies Online via ZOOM

  Tuesday Mornings at 11:00 a.m. via ZOOM Wednesday Mornings at 8:00 a.m. via ZOOM   All are welcome to join members and friends of Trinity Church in a weekly bible study. We read and discuss the bible readings appointed for worship for the upcoming Sunday. The ZOOM meeting platform allows us to discuss and share. The Tuesday group is facilitated by Cantor Mark Mummert, and the Wednesday group is facilitated by Dave Horn. To […]

Dialogues on Race – Tuesdays Evenings through September

Members of Trinity and St. John, Sudbury, Massachusetts met recently via Zoom to explore ways the two congregations might work together to engage on issues of race in church and society.  The group of a dozen people, split equally between the two congregations, committed to meeting weekly beginning Tuesday, August 18 for conversation and discussion using the “Dialogue on Race” materials from Augsburg Fortress.  Interested members from both congregations are invited to join them in […]

Wednesday Night Alive! Evening Prayer & Adult Forum

Trinity Church welcomes all to join in worship and discovery as we grow together in lives of faith.   EVENING PRAYER at 6:00 p.m. ADULT FORUM at 6:45 p.m.   Weekly on Wednesdays 6:00 – 6:30 p.m. Watch Online on Facebook Live CLICK THIS LINK Download the service folder to sing and pray with us. CLICK THIS LINK Holden Evening Prayer is sung on the 4 Wednesdays in September The service, led by Cantor Mark […]

Interested in Talking about a Little Free Pantry?

  LITTLE FREE PANTRY – an idea spreading across America The mini pantry movement is a grassroots attempt to try to meet immediate and local food need by making small amounts of non-perishable food available. This idea merges a need for food and a need to give. Mini pantries help neighbors feed neighbors and nourish neighborhoods. Little Free Pantries are small, watertight cupboard-like structures that operate in a similar fashion to the “Little Free Libraries” […]