Trinity has a strong history of promoting Christian Fellowship dating back to 1882 when we hosted Saturday night dinners in Lowell. We continue that tradition today by providing a variety of opportunities to strengthen the fellowship between congregation members and our comunity, both spiritually and socially; help integrate new members into the life of the congregation; and encourage mutual cooperation, trust and enjoyment for members of our congregation.
We host a coffee hour after each of our two Sunday services to provide an opportunity for members and visitors to chat and become better acquainted with each other. A variety of events are scheduled throughout the year. We offer Wednesday evening suppers before our Advent and Lenten mid-week services; Lunch and Learn pot luck luncheons provide the opportunity for members to share information, news, or an activity together; our annual Trinity Fest event provides our members, neighbors, and friends the opportunity to kick of summer in a festive atmosphere with food, music and games; we host luncheons following funeral services held at Trinity, providing grieving families and friends a meal to share together in a welcoming place; our Sankta Lucia festival is a popular community event.
I pray that the fellowship of your faith may become effective through the knowledge of every good thing which is in you for Christ's sake - Philemon 1:6
The Trinity family works together and prays together. Our Property Committee has work days that often involve fellowship, friendship along with the steady work of keeping God's house in good shape.
Trinity members enjoy reading and witnessing God's faith together. We explore a variety of topics through our book group. The church has a well organized collection of books and other media that can be borrowed. New members are always welcome. Here are just some of the recent books that have been discussed.
Our aim is to strengthen fellowship between the women of our congregation both spiritually and socially, and to help integrate new women into the life of the congregation. We do this by offering enjoyable monthly activities that help build relationships between those attending and strengthen our ties to one another, to our church, and to God.
Some of our activities have included enjoying a meal at a local restaurant, seeing a movie followed by discussion and social time, creating painted pottery and fabric art, playing mini-golf and pool, taking a Pilates class, and working together on handcrafts with assistance and instruction for the less experienced (including knitting, crocheting, scrap booking, and jewelry-making).