The building will be closed after 4 p.m. on Wednesday, July 3 and all day on Independence Day, July 4. If there is a pastoral emergency, please call Pastor Nathan Pipho at (617) 388-5636. Blessings for a safe and enjoyable Independence Day!
During the month of June, Trinity Church flies a rainbow flag in celebration of Pride Month and as a visible welcome to lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) persons. In 2011, the congregation voted to become a “Reconciling-in-Christ” congregation of the ELCA extending intentional welcome to LGBT persons. Trinity also lives out its welcome to LGBT persons by participating in Worcester Pride activities in September and supporting the work of the LGBT Asylum Support Task […]
Sunday through Saturday, June 23-29; 6:30 — 8 p.m. in the Church Library The next cross-generational (youth and adults together) faith formation offering at Trinity Church Have you thought about going deeper with a small group in conversations about faith and life? Have you wanted to go through a study leading to your own affirmation of faith? Is your schedule complicated, making it difficult to attend many consecutive weeks of classes? Beginning last fall, Trinity […]
On July 1, 2019, our Cantor Mark Mummert was appointed Assistant Director / Accompanist of The Worcester Chorus. Founded in 1858, the Chorus has the distinction of being one of the most outstanding ongoing choral groups in the United States. Each year the Chorus presents Handel’s Messiah and a Spring Choral Concert. Mark will assist Artistic Director Chris Shepard. Mark’s first official performance with The Worcester Chorus will be Friday, November 8 at 8 p.m. […]
Due to unforeseen illness, there is no custodial coverage for Saturday, June 22 so the building will be closed for the day. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.
The Congregational Council has called a Special Congregational Meeting for Sunday, June 16, 2019 with one agenda item: approval of exterior stucco repair and painting of the building (except of the Nave and Christ Chapel) with the total project cost not to exceed $60,000. Because the estimated cost of the project exceeds $25,000, a vote of the Congregation is required. If you have any questions or concerns about the project, please speak with Council President […]
On that Saturday, members of the Property Committee will be sweeping and repainting the lines for the parking spaces for the whole parking lot. The closure will be for the whole day. The workers will be starting early in the morning so the lines will be dry and the lot will be opened for the Sunday liturgies.
On the first Sunday of each month, Katherine Duffy will be selling the gift cards in the hall outside of Jeppson. Hope for Housing is a non-profit program developed by the Interfaith Coalition to Prevent Family Homelessness with assistance from the Central Massachusetts Housing Alliance. The cards are from Big Y, Hannaford, Shaw’s, Stop & Shop, Dunkin’ Donuts, Panera and CVS in various denominations. If you miss Katherine on Sunday, call the office at (508) […]
This includes The TLC Christian Preschool, The T.E.C. Schools, the Trinity Youth Room and Conference Room. Over the past few months, the Congregational Council has made decisions to accommodate the growth of The T.E.C. Schools, the TLC Christian Preschool, and youth/family/outreach programming of Trinity Church by allocating spaces in the following ways in preparation for the 2019-2020 academic year: The Trinity Youth Room will be moving to the room currently known as the Education Conference Room. […]
On the first Sunday of each month, Trinity Church gathers non-perishable food items for the Carty Cupboard Food Pantry at Wesley United Methodist Church in Worcester. Items are collected in a shopping cart which normally has been in the hallway outside of Jeppson Hall. Beginning this Sunday, and on the first Sunday of the month going forward, the shopping cart will be moved into the Nave, near the Jeppson Hallway doors, so that donations collected […]