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Lectors needed! 

Are you interested in proclaiming the Word of God by reading scripture during the Sunday 10am liturgy?  If so, please submit your name to Karen Allen in the Church Office by phone 508.753.2989 or email at admin@trinityworc.org.  New lectors will be added to the schedule beginning in the Easter season.  Please speak with Pastor Nathan for more details.


Eggs, Fillers and Containers Needed for Easter Sunday

Plastic Easter eggs that can be filled are needed so there will LOTS of them for the Egg Hunt on Easter Sunday.  Donations of individually wrapped candy (or small non-candy items) to fill the eggs will also be appreciated. For the next month, empty, clean egg cartons will be collected for storing the eggs!  All of your egg-related donations can be placed in the bin in the hallway outside Jeppson Hall.  Thank you for your donations!


Support the Trinity Basketball and Community Breakfast Program

Basketball League and Community Breakfast   Who: Players from grades 4 through 6 Volunteers of all ages interested in coaching, refereeing, scorekeeping, cooking and serving meals and much more When: Saturday mornings from January 27, 2018 through March 17, 2018 at 9 a.m. Where: Trinity Lutheran Church Gym, Kitchen and Fellowship Hall If there are any questions, please feel free to reach out to me at jake.schur@gmail.com or (978) 602-4115.   How can I help now? Donate Today! If you […]


The Health Cabinet Can Lend A Hand

Do you need a ride to a doctor’s appointment or to church? Could you use meals on a temporary basis because you are “out of commission”? The Health Cabinet can be of assistance to you.  Call Merrie Gerber at (508) 753-6996 or email merrie_gerber@mac.com. Are you or a family member challenged to make sense of a current medical condition or recent diagnosis?  Are you trying to figure out what you need to ask your doctor?  Are you trying […]


Winter coats, hats, gloves, and scarves needed

The Rebekah Circle, along with Katherine Duffy, are again collecting winter clothing for the homeless to be given to Concordia Lutheran Church to distribute. Please bring your lightly used winter clothing for this purpose and put them in a designated area in the hallway outside Jepson Hall.


February 25 – Organist Clara Gerdes

  Clara Gerdes, from Davidson, North Carolina, is a fourth-year student at Curtis Institute of Music (Philadelphia) where she studies organ with Alan Morrison. She has performed around the East Coast, including Princeton University, Washington National Cathedral and St. John the Divine, as well as at the Oregon Bach Festival and Spoleto. She received first place in the AGO-Quimby Mid-Atlantic Regional, Albert Schweitzer and University of North Carolina School of the Arts competitions, and is […]