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Coffee and C.A.T. with the Council – Sundays in May

The Congregational Council will be hosting coffee and conversation in Jeppson Hall immediately following the 10:00 a.m. Eucharist on Sundays in May.  Council members will offer a brief presentation on the results of the CAT survey taken in February and will be available for conversation and questions about the survey. For an initial report from the Council click HERE.  Topic for Sunday, May 15: Drivers of Energy, Satisfaction, Critical Success Factors and Purpose Drivers of […]


Council report on results from the CAT (Congregational Assessment Tool)

Council Report on results from the CAT (Congregation Assessment Tool) Report prepared by Council members Karen Couturier, Nancy Fontneau, Beth Getman, Bryan Gregoire, Roz Horn, and Mary Tarquinion on behalf of the entire Council.  What is the CAT? The CAT, or Congregation Assessment Tool, is a questionnaire that looks at our church in comparison to more than 2000 mainline Protestant churches.  As Pastor Sara Anderson told the council, the CAT data allow us to “make […]


“Facing our Past” Zoom Presentation May 10

“FACING OUR PAST” ZOOM PRESENTATION BY PR. NATHAN MAY 10 / Pastor Nathan invites you to join him for a Zoom presentation on his trip to Montgomery, Alabama in February to visit The Legacy Museum, the Peace and Justice Memorial, the Rosa Parks Museum and the Freedom Trails Museum.  The presentation will be held on Zoom from 7:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. on Tuesday, May 10. A recording of the presentation will be made available […]


Grace Unbounded: Video Blog Devotions for Lent 2022

April 16 with congregant Mary Tarquinio April 15 with congregant Dave Horn April 14 with Pastor Nathan April 13 with Jena Hill April 12 with Cantor Mark April 11 with Pastor Nathan April 9 with congregant Thom Tarquinio April 8 with Congregation Treasurer Nancy Fontneau April 7 with Congregation Vice-president Bethellen Getman April 6 with Jena Hill April 5 with Cantor Mark April 4 with Pastor Nathan April 2 with Jena Hill April 1 with […]


Holy Week at Trinity

Sunday, April 10: Sunday of the Passion / Palm Sunday 10:00 a.m. Holy Eucharist with Palm Procession 4:00 p.m. Music at Trinity: St. Luke Passion by William David Cooper Thursday, April 14: Maundy Thursday 12:00 Noon Holy Eucharist 3:45 p.m. Family Liturgy with Bible Story and Footwashing 7:00 p.m. Holy Eucharist with Footwashing Friday, April 15: Good Friday 12:00 Noon Adoration of the Cross 3:45 p.m. Family Liturgy with Bible Story and Prayer 7:00 p.m. […]


Masks optional beginning Sunday, April 3

By unanimous vote of the Congregation Council, beginning on Sunday, April 3rd masks will be optional for those attending worship.  The Council decided that the Choir, while singing, will continue to wear masks as an ongoing precaution. People will be invited to share a Sign of the Peace in any way they are most comfortable with and that others are comfortable receiving. The precaution of sanitizing hands prior to receiving Communion will be continued for […]


Music at Trinity: William David Cooper St. Luke Passion April 10 at 4:00 p.m.

  MUSIC AT TRINITY RESUMES! SUNDAY, APRIL 10, 2022 at 4:00 p.m. St. Luke Passion WILLIAM DAVID COOPER with   SINGERS Tenor Travis Benoit, Evangelist Soprano Addy Sterrett, Jesus Baritone Cailin Marcel Manson, Peter Christine Petkus, Soprano Devon Russo, Bass-baritone   CHAMBER ENSEMBLE Krista Buckland Reisner & Yulia Potvin, violins Lu Yu & Peter Sulski, violas Joshua Rohde & Johann Soults, cellos Andrew Arceci, double-bass Yvonne Cox, harp Pieter Struyk, percussion William David Cooper, organ […]


Easter Sunday Egg Hunt

Thank you for your donations towards the Easter Egg Hunt! The Egg Hunt will begin following worship on Easter Sunday. All children are invited and welcome to participate! Contact Jena Hill with questions.


Afghan Resettlement Update

This weekend marks the two-month mark of the Shams family being in Worcester. There is remarkable progress with beginner’s English skills. Our team of volunteers has been working hard on getting various support networks – MassHealth, SNAP, etc. – in place and organizing extra English classes for the parents. The kids are doing well in school we hear with just a few difficulties to work out. We are and will continue for a few months […]