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Trinity Youth Go “Back to the Beach”

Each September after Labor Day, there’s a Synod-wide youth gathering affectionately called “Hammo” (because it started out at Hammonasset Beach State Park in CT).  For the past three years, the gathering moved to Camp Calumet due to the state park not being available.  The theme of the gathering this year was “Back to the Beach” because the event moved back to beach at Hammonasset!  Eight youth from Trinity along with adult leaders, Kathy and Jena, […]


The Way: Dialogues on Race

Beginning Sunday, September 8, Pastor Nathan, Cantor Mark, and Jena Hardy will be using new curriculum produced by Augsburg Fortress to lead small group dialogue on contemporary issues of race. The seven-week curriculum is designed to create a safe space for opinions to be heard and respected, turning potential conflicts into community.  Using a short DVD introduction and a participant book, participants will reflect together on such issues as the social construct of race, the […]


Music at Trinity – The 2019-2020 Season

Celebrating 10 Years Ten years ago, under the leadership of Cantor John Weit, Trinity Church began offering the Music at Trinity series. Since that first season, the series has offered concerts, hymn festivals, worship with heightened musical offerings, and other programs supplementing the already lavish musical offerings at the regular Sunday worship of the congregation. In these last years, the series has grown to include an annual Passion Project, an Annual Transfiguration Day Organ Recital, the […]


Campus Ministry – Back to School!

Campus Ministry It’s back to school time for Worcester’s 36,000 college students attending Worcester’s 9 colleges and universities (and/or those in surrounding communities). Trinity member and graduate of Yale Divinity School, Chris Pavasaris will be coordinating Trinity’s Campus Ministry outreach this academic year.  If you are a college student and would like to connect with this ministry, or if you are a member of Trinity and would like to learn more about how you can […]


Plan Now to Attend Retreat October 18-20

Trinity Congregational Retreat October 18-20, 2019 The Way: By Heart Conversations with Martin Luther’s Small Catechism  Where: Right here at Trinity Church beginning on Friday night and ending Sunday afternoon including worship at Trinity on Sunday morning.  Who: All members and friends of Trinity Church of all ages, with a special invitation to all members of the New England Synod, who want to learn more about the basics of what it means to be a Lutheran […]


LIFE TRANSITIONS SERIES continues on September 29

LIFE TRANSITIONS SERIES—Taking Care of Ourselves and Our Families to be held on September 29 and October 27 at 11:45 a.m. in the library. The first session on August 25 had a speaker Cali Miller, from CommunityHELP (Health and Everyday Living Programs) will explain and educate us on how to locate community resources, such as transportation, legal help, housing and much more, through this online directory.  CommunityHELP enables individuals to find and apply for government […]


Blessing of the Animals on October 2

To mark The Day of St. Francis on the church’s calendar, Trinity will combine A Blessing of the Animals & Midweek Eucharist On Wednesday, October 2 at 6 p.m. Along with celebrating and blessing those of God’s creatures that are dear to us, we will also remember and celebrate our calling to love and care for all of God’s creation.  This festive gathering will take place on the Trinity green (weather permitting).  There will be […]


2nd Annual Trinity International Dinner – Saturday, October 12, 2019

  Announcing the 2nd Annual TLC International Dinner on Saturday, October 12!  This event is a celebration of diversity…old traditions, as well as the energy that new members and immigrants bring to our church community! Last year, our members and guests provided foods from almost 20 different cultures, and all who attended enjoyed a wonderful evening. You may wish to make dishes that are favorite family recipes, or from a country you have visited, or just […]


Offering Envelopes or Electronic Giving

As we prepare to order giving envelopes for 2020, we encourage all of you to consider if you really need that box of envelopes. Trinity Finance encourages everyone to consider electronic giving for 2020, and many have already switched to electronic giving, and have let us know that they no longer need an envelope box.  If you no longer use envelopes (or are planning on e-giving in 2020), and have not let us know that […]


Farmstand is open every Saturday through October 12!

There is a Farmer’s Market Farmstand at the far end of Trinity’s Parking lot near the Institute Road entrance every Saturday from 10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. until October 12.  This farmstand is sponsored by Dick’s Market Gardens in Lunenberg.  There will be plants, fruits and vegetables as they become available during the season.  Come and visit!