Trinity is a strong, vibrant, energetic congregation of God's people. We give God thanks for all of the blessings God has bestowed on our congregation and we ask for God's guidance as we work to strengthen our discipleship.
At Trinity we celebrate God’s children in all of our beautiful forms. We open our hearts and church to all, regardless of race, ethnicity, immigration status, gender identity and expression, sexual orientation, social status, political views, abilities, who we are or who we love. Together we strive to grow in love and joyfully serve God, our community and the whole of God’s creation. We make this journey together.
We continue to meet regularly and monitor conditions from several government and medical sources, particularly: https://covidactnow.org/us/massachusetts-ma/county/middlesex_county/?s=35532340
We believe that the high vaccination rate of our members and community and use of the following precautions minimize the risk of viral spread sufficiently. Each individual and family will need to decide if they are ready to worship in person.
Because the risk level in the Merrimack Valley is now at a LOW level, we modified our mask policy in response to this designation. Because we have little to no ventilation and we like to sing - masks are strongly recommended at Trinity. To promote an environment that accommodates varying comfort levels, we continue to designate the front left pews for those who prefer to remain physically distanced and in this section of the sanctuary, masks will remain required.
Here’s what we’re doing to keep one another safe:
As conditions change, our precautions may change accordingly. At Trinity, we care about each other - so you are always welcome to wear a mask to protect others and yourself.
Please feel free to contact any of our Safe Gatherings Team members if you have any questions or comments: Kate Conran, Tony Bogyo, Pauline Ray, René Minalga-Rheault, Dina Morrison, Pastor Erica Kennedy
Go out into the world in peace;
hold on to what is good;
return no one evil for evil;
strengthen the fainthearted;
support the weak, and help the suffering;
honor all people;
love and serve the Lord,
rejoicing in the power of the Holy Spirit.
Beloved in the Lord,
God has shown you what is good.
What does the Lord require of you but to do justice, and to love kindness, and to walk humbly with your God.*
*From This Far By Faith, p. 90. This Far by Faith is one of the many ELCA books of worship, much like the ELW. This Far by Faith celebrates the abundant gifts of African American worship and song.