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Rainbow Flag to be displayed at Trinity

Rainbow Flag to be displayed during the month of June and during Worcester Pride in September … Seven years ago, at a Special Congregational Meeting of Trinity Church held on Sunday, May 22, 2011, the congregation overwhelming approved with 91% voting in favor (154 to 15), a welcome statement welcoming lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender persons into the ministry of Trinity Church.  This vote was held after a season of intentional conversation, prayer, and study.  […]


Giving Thanks – Food Hospitality at Trinity

Sunday, June 17th, we give thanks for the ministry of Food Hospitality and for all those who have provided food and refreshments as a sign of hospitality and welcome during the past year.  We especially thank Kathy Gingras and Katherine Duffy for Wednesday Night Meals, Norma Mills for coordinating Sunday Coffee Hour, and all who hosted Coffee Hour.  Thanks also to those who helped with food hospitality at funeral collations and other events throughout the […]


Forever Faithful Campaign is Off to a Roaring Start

On Sunday, June 10, we collected pledges and gifts for the Forever Faithful debt reduction campaign.  The people of Trinity committed to approximately $248,000 in pledges and $18,000 in gifts! The total ($266,000) represents 38% of our campaign’s goal of $700,000. Pastor Nathan also had a rousing sermon on a HOLY COMMOTION… if you missed it click to go read it! Throughout the remainder of June, pledges may be placed in the offering plates at […]


Elm Park Ministries Day Camp is coming soon!

This year, more than 30 counselors from Calumet have requested to come to Worcester! You might remember one of our counselors from the previous two years named Jason (the one from Ireland)?  He isn’t working for Calumet this summer but a couple weeks ago he reached out to say that he misses Worcester and that his family has agreed that he should come to the US just to be a part of EPMDC.  We’ve worked […]


Youth News!

Lots to look at in the hallway outside Jeppson Hall:  Next Sunday, we will be sending off the nine youth and two adults who are going to Houston for the National Gathering where they will join approximately 30,000 other youth from all over the country for worship, service, learning and fellowship.    We’re looking for prayer partners for the duration of our trip.  Our group departs on Tuesday, June 26th and returns on Monday, July 2nd.   Check the display in […]


MAKE MUSIC WORCESTER: THURSDAY, JUNE 21

Make Music Worcester is an annual free, outdoor day of music held on the summer solstice, June 21. Completely different from a typical music festival, Make Music Worcester is open to anyone who wants to take part. Every kind of musician – young and old, amateur and professional, of every musical persuasion – pours onto street, parks, plazas, and porches to share their music with friends, neighbors, and strangers. All of it is free and […]


Last Chance – CHANGES TO TRINITY NEWS

Please call before Monday, June 25, 2018 if you would like to continue receiving Trinity News. We are happy to continue providing the Trinity News free of charge to all members, former members, and friends of Trinity who desire to receive it on a monthly basis!  To continue receiving the Trinity News, please contact the church office by phone: (508) 753-2989 or email: WelcomeDesk@trinityworc.org. Let the office know if you would like to receive the Trinity News Electronically […]


Transition Team Reports to Congregational Council

The Transition Team reported to Congregational Council at its meeting on June 11, 2018. Over the past several months, the Transition Team met with 13 focus groups and heard directly from other individuals in  a process that engaged almost 100 members of Trinity.  The six members of the team (Loie Angelsten, Roz Horn, Sulma Rubert- Silva, John Trobaugh, Mary Tarquinio and Pastor Nathan) prepared summaries of each of the Focus Groups and presented these to […]


NEW Summer Adult Forum on Baptism starting June 10

Have you ever wondered: what is baptism? what does it mean to be baptized? what is different about baptism today? how has the church begun to talk about baptism differently than when I was a child? why does the church change? how does the church appropriately adapt to culture? why is the baptismal font at Trinity Church in the middle of the nave?  If you have asked these questions, this Adult Forum is for you. […]


Farmer’s Market at Trinity this Summer

Coming on June 23:  There will be a Farmer’s Market Farmstand at the far end of Trinity’s Parking lot near the Institute Road entrance.  They will be there every Saturday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. starting on June 23.  This farmstand is sponsored by Dicks Market Gardens in Lunenberg.  There will be plants, fruits and vegetables as they are become available during the season.  Come and visit!