On June 3 during the coffee hour following the 10 a.m. liturgy, Jon Hendrickson, a representative of Thrivent, will discusses ways that Thrivent members can help their communities and churches. He will give an overview of what Thrivent does including details about all the programs such as matching dollars and choice dollars. So come to Jeppson Hall on June 3 to see what the latest is from Thrivent.
If you use the kitchen or have items stored there, you are invited to come on this day to organize and dispose of unused items. If you are planning to attend or have concerns about storage, please contact Ed Menard by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
“Forever Faithful” Commitment Sunday, June 10th is when pledge cards will be collected at both liturgies. If you need a pledge form, there will be a supply on the kiosk and both entrances to the Nave and Chapel. The goal of the campaign is to reduce outstanding debt incurred at the conclusion of the “Restoring+Renewing+Rejoicing” Campaign which raised approximately $620,000 to-date in order to pay for the construction and renovation projects that were undertaken during […]
If you have any current information about Walter and Emily such as their mailing address or family members, please call the Parish Office at (508) 753-2989 as their mail is being returned and no one is answering their phone. Thanks for your help in locating these parishioners.
If you see any good deals on these things while you’re shopping, please consider donating to EPMDC! You can leave your donations in the basket outside Jeppson Hall. gift cards for grocery stores (for snacks) snacks for 100 people each day Do you have any gently used towels, clothing, shoes or bathing suits that our campers could have? Our campers range in age, size and gender. Anything that fits kindergartners to adult size clothing would […]
For anyone interested in making a donation to help Trinity’s children go to camp, please send your donations to the Trinity office marked as “Campership” in the memo section of your check. Thank you!
Poetry at Trinity, a small, sharing group for people to come together to share their own meaningful poetry writings (including memoir, social action, inspiration, nature, personal faith issues, even humor, and more) or poems written by others that are important to them. If you think you might have such an interest or have questions, comments, or encouragement for such a sharing group, please speak with Doug Behm or correspond at email@example.com, or chat at coffee. The possibilities are endless. […]
Thom Tarquinio, Dale Mattice, Timmy O’Connor, Pastor Cliff Gerber, and Pastor Nathan Pipho will be representing Trinity as voting members at this year’s New England Synod Assembly held in Springfield, Massachusetts. With the theme “Stir it Up,” pastors and lay members representing the nearly 170 Luthearn congregations of the Synod will look at ways the Holy Spirit is stirring up among Synod congregations and ministries. Special guests will include ELCA Representative Stephen Bouman who will […]
The Transition Team has gathered quite a bit of information from the 13 focus groups that met during these past few months. Almost 100 members of Trinity shared their insights with the team in this endeavor. The six members of the team (Loie Angelsten, Roz Horn, Sulma Rubert- Silva, John Trobaugh, Mary Tarquinio and Pastor Nathan) are now working to interpret, organize, and combine information as we prepare to present this information to the Council […]
Please bring your non-perishable food items to Trinity on June 3 and July 1. On these Sundays, the items you bring may be put in the grocery cart located in the hallway outside of Jeppson Hall. Your food donations go to Carty Cupboard, which provides food to those in need in the immediate area. Thank you for helping those in need!