Back to school means notebooks, pencils, crayons, scones . . . SCONES? Yes, once again the Tabitha Circle will be selling fresh baked scones to raise money to buy back to school supplies for kids in need. They will be in Jeppson Hall on Sunday morning, August 19, so drop by and pick up scones. They are a delicious treat and help a worthy cause. They’re also happy to accept any donations of school supplies.
As part of Trinity’s Reconciling in Christ (RIC) ministry, we will once again participate in the Worcester Pride Parade. The parade assembly begins at Institute Park at 10 a.m. on Saturday September 8 and the actual parade begins at 11 a.m. We will march down Salisbury Street right past Trinity on our way to the Worcester Common. Once again, we will have several marchers but we also need volunteers to watch the parade from “our corner” (Lancaster […]
A few weeks prior to Fred Wedemeyer’s death, he asked Merrie Gerber to organize a team of people from Trinity to walk in the upcoming Alzheimer’s walk. He requested that the team walk under the name of Trinity Lutheran Church. Fred wanted all TLC members who have been, or are currently being affected by one form of dementia or another, to be honored through this walk. Of course, Merrie told him that she was happy […]
Last November, these Trinity members, Dave and Roz Horn, participated in a trip to Israel, Palestine and Jordan sponsored by the New England Synod of the ELCA. Their group of 23 went well beyond a standard tour of pilgrimage sites to experience firsthand the current political and economic situation in Jerusalem, the West Bank, Galilee and Jordan. In addition to visiting biblical sites and following in the footsteps of Jesus and his disciples, they also […]
Poetry at Trinity Tuesday, September 18, 7:12p.m.–8:30p.m. (monthly 3rd Tuesdays thereafter) Your Invitation To Join Others (engaging in group discussions of exciting poetry) discovering poetry as a joy (not a chore!) (not a bore!) able to energize, able to empathize; replenishing the vibrancy in daily living, making new connections to ourselves, to neighbors, to nature, to vocation, to spirituality Trinity Lutheran Church, 73 Lancaster, Worcester Doug Behm, facilitator firstname.lastname@example.org 508-842-2129
Greetings from Thrivent… Dear Friends of Trinity Lutheran Church: We join you in praying for victims of the devastating California wildfires. When disaster strikes, Christians are quick to look for ways to help those in need, whether it means lending a hand or making a monetary donation. In addition to relief efforts your church may be involved with, Thrivent members and others can help victims in the following ways: Make a personal donation. The Thrivent Member […]
At its August 13, 2018 meeting, the Congregational Council continued its conversation on ministry staffing options. Various scenarios were presented, with most of the conversation focused on a staffing model of a full time ministry team of Pastor + Cantor + Youth & Family Outreach Minister. The Council discussed how this model was consistent with the reports of the Transition Team and how it might, or might not, meet the needs of the congregation. The Council also received […]
CELEBRATING THE 50TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE NOACK ORGAN In March of 1969, the Noack Organ (Opus 40) was dedicated to the glory of God for the use of leading the music of Trinity Church’s worship. The Music at Trinity series for 2018-2019 celebrates the fiftieth anniversary of the organ’s installation and dedication. Featured on the series are three organ recitals with Jonathan Dimmock, Sean Redrow, and Nathaniel Gumbs; two large choral works in which the […]
What are you doing September 7 – 9? Hopefully you’re planning to go to what is known as the Hammonasset Youth Gathering at Camp Calumet. The cost is $90/person. That includes all your meals and programming! It’s a great way to start the school year off on the right foot! Please be sure to let Jena know that you want to go.