News & Updates

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2024 Scholarship and Campership applications due Wednesday, May 22

Applications for 2024 College Scholarships and 2024 Camp Calumet Camperships are now available. The Scholarship Committee welcomes applications for a Trinity College Scholarship from any active and confirmed member of Trinity Lutheran Church and applications for a Camp Calumet Campership on behalf of any baptized child of the congregation. Completed applications, and required application materials, are due in the church office by Wednesday, May 22, 2024. For more information about scholarships and camperships, and to […]


New England Synod Assembly and Bishop Election June 6-8

The Annual New England Synod Assembly will be held June 6-8, 2024 at the DCU Center in Worcester. With the theme “Journey Forward,” the Assembly will elect a new bishop for the New England Synod, fill open positions on the Synod Council and Synod Discipline Committee, and elect rostered ministers and lay members as voting members to the ELCA Churchwide Assembly. Special Assembly guests will include the Rev. Dr. Guy Erwin, President of United Lutheran […]


Volunteers Needed Saturday, June 8

Volunteers are needed on Saturday, June 8th, from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. to help prepare the building for Summit Academy’s move in on July 1st.  Volunteers will help clean walls, windows, and floors in preparation for the move. Read more about this move HERE. If you are able and willing to help please RSVP with Property Committee Chair Judy Willoughby. Many hands make light work.  Thanks for your assistance!


ULS Seminary President Guest Preacher on Sunday, June 9

The Rev. Dr. R. Guy Erwin, president of United Lutheran Seminary (Philadelphia & Gettysburg) and Ministerium of Pennsylvania Chair and Professor of Reformation Studies, will be the guest preacher at Trinity’s 10:00 a.m. Holy Eucharist on Sunday, June 9th. He will also lead a 9:00 a.m. Adult Forum entitled “The seminary’s role in the future of the ELCA.” Prior to his call as President of United Lutheran Seminary, President Erwin served as the bishop of […]


Summit Academy to begin tenure at Trinity on July 1

The Congregational Council, in a unanimous vote and after hearing only positive affirmation at the May 5 Building Use Forum, has voted to enter into a relationship with Summit Academy, Worcester for use of the ground and first floor of the Education Wing. The agreement begins July 1, 2024 and involves some of the spaces being vacated by The T.E.C. Schools when their lease expires June 30, 2024. Summit Academy is a 501(c)(3) non-profit licensed […]


The Complete Bach project and Trinity Church

Music Worcester has announced a new project: THE COMPLETE BACH. In 11 years, during 12 concerts each year, ALL of the works of J. S. Bach will be presented live in various venues around Worcester, including Trinity Lutheran Church. Dr. Chris Shepard explains this project in a video recorded in the nave of Trinity Church to help spread the news about the project. We invite you to watch the film for more information about the […]


Adult Forum: “Baptized We Live”

Cantor Mark invites you to join him for a four (4) session study of “Baptized We Live” by author Dan Erlander. Explore Daniel Erlander’s unique vision of the Lutheran faith in conversation fostered by this rich, compelling book which has guided generations interested in enriching their faith in meaningful ways. Topics covered include history, liturgy, the Eucharist, saying yes and no, and more. Remaining sessions will be held in the Library on Sundays at 11:30 […]


Counters Needed

The Finance Committee is looking to add volunteers to our current Sunday counting roster.  Counting the Sunday offering is an easy way to share your time and talent.  There are currently 10 names on the list, but with vacations, emergencies and other unscheduled life events, we could use a few more arms in the bullpen, so to speak. Counting the offering takes place after the 10 a.m. service and takes anywhere from 30 to 45 […]