News & Updates

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Weekly Sunday Adult Forum at 9:00 a.m.

Our weekly Adult Forum is offered on Sundays at 9:00 a.m. in the Church Library with Pastor Nathan leading a study of Martin Luther’s Small Catechism with African Descent Reflections. This volume, published by Augsburg Fortress in 2019, will help us in our conversation about Lutheranism in conversation with race and racism. Read more about the course HERE

Donate to support Afghan Family Resettlement in Worcester

TRINITY NST FUNDRAISING COMMITTEE INVITES YOUR DONATIONS  The Trinity Neighborhood Support Team (NST) is comprised of people from Trinity, Blessed Sacrament Catholic Church, and Concordia Lutheran Church.  The NST’s Fundraising Committee invites you to consider donating a year end monetary gift to help with our resettlement efforts of a family from Afghanistan. Although we don’t yet know the entire extent of the financial need, we do expect to incur substantial expenses as we help our […]

Cardamom Buns Sale December 12

If it is the Christmas season, it must be time for . . . fresh Cardamom Buns!  We will have fresh cardamom buns for sale on Sunday, December 12 between 8:00 service and 10:00 service and again after 10:00 service outside Jeppson Hall.  We will be selling them for $5 for 6 buns. Proceeds will be used to help fund the meals we provide to support the Kids Express program at Concordia Lutheran Church 4 […]

Book Club Reading List for the Fall

You are invited to join any or all of the upcoming Book discussions this fall.  Susan Brown is the contact for the Fiction Book Club gatherings and Beth Getman is the contact for the Non-fiction Book Club. Join us for conversation, fellowship and a snack and don’t forget to bring your book recommendations for the winter! Monday, November 29th at 1:30pm PM in the Library…The Engineer’s Wife by Tracey Enerson Wood (fiction) Monday, December […]

Annual Stewardship Campaign

Commitment Cards for 2022 were collected during worship on Sunday, October 31st.  If you were not able to submit your Commitment Card, please do so at an upcoming liturgy by placing your Commitment Card in the offering plate. Commitment Cards may also be mailed to the church office.  Thanks to all who contribute so generously and faithfully to the ministry of Trinity Church!

IHN: A New Name and an Opportunity to Help

The organization we know as Interfaith Hospitality Network (IHN) has changed its name. Now, the social service organization in greater Worcester is In the Hour of Need Family Shelter (IHN). This shelter for homeless families with children on June Street provides housing and all life-sustaining needs for up to six families. Trinity Church is a charter member of IHN and Cantor Mark Mummert serves as on the board of directors and as our congregational representative. […]

Name Tags are Back

  As a way for members to reconnect with one another, and as a sign of hospitality for new members and visitors, we encourage all attendees at either 8:00 a.m. or 10:00 a.m. Sunday worship to wear names tags.  These name tags can be found on the hallway outside of Jeppson Hall. If you can’t find your name tag, or have misplaced your name tag, please fill out the request sheet located at the name […]

Jena Hill Returning From Parental Leave

I am so grateful for the time and space that I have had to focus on becoming a parent for the past four weeks! From Tuesday, November 16th until Tuesday, November 30th, I will be in the office on a part-time basis at Trinity as we continue to figure out how to be a family with two working parents of an active, loving 7-year old boy navigating the challenges and demands of the DCF system. […]

Recognizing and thanking the TV Ministry Team

In celebration of over a decade of faithful service, and in deep appreciation for faithfully bringing us God’s Word during the Covid-19 pandemic, the congregation recognized and thanked the Trinity Television Team and its members Sunday, June 20, 2021.  The TV Ministry Team joined the Ministry Staff every week from March-November 2020 in filming a Service of the Word liturgy for broadcast online and on television for our shut-in members, and began livestreaming Sunday worship […]

New England Synod Statement on Israel and Palestine

+ May 19, 2021 + The New England Synod has a deep and longstanding relationship with our companion synod, the Evangelical Lutheran Church in Jordan and the Holy Land (ELCJHL). Many of us have visited the Holy Land to meet our ELCJHL Palestinian siblings and to experience the richness of their ministries. Our hearts are broken by the escalating violence now happening in Palestine and Israel. The Palestinians have lived under military occupation since the […]