trinitygraphicshirts-2“Be soft. Do not let the world make you hard. Do not let the pain make you hate. Do not let the bitterness steal your sweetness. Take pride that even though the rest of the world may disagree, you still believe it to be a beautiful place.”

Iain Thomas

The Visioning Scripture for the month of October is:  Acts 8, verses 26-40. After reading ask yourself:  (1)  how does God give vision in this scripture to God’s people? and (2) how might God give our church vision for the future?

Our next congregational Vision meeting will be on Sunday, October 23, during coffee hour after worship.

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Starting October 26, 2pm at C’est la vie Bistro

Pastor Valeria will offer an open discussion group on Wednesday afternoons. Do you have thoughts or questions about last Sunday’s sermon? Is there a particular Bible passage you grapple with? Are you interested in a book study?

Join us at C’est la vie to share our faith journey with each other. We will discuss as a group, which format we want to follow. C’est la vie is located at 30 Main Street, next to the library. Entrance and parking in back.

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‘Count Your Blessings’
Our ‘Count Your Blessings’ Thrift Shop is now open! 

Hours are Tuesdays and Saturdays, 10am – 3pm.


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Saturday, October 22nd, 6pm 

Music (DJ) and Refreshments. Free!

All ages Welcome! Celebrate with us in a safe and accepting environment

 Bobby Jo Valentine Live! Image result for clipart acoustic guitar

Friday, October 28th, 7 pm 

an acoustic concert of Hopeful, Inspiring Pop and Folk.  Free. Donations welcome.

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The Northborough Free Library Presents ‘Deep Run’


Wednesday, November 2nd, 6:30 – 8:00 p.m. 

Location: Northborough Free Library Meeting Room 


A Documentary Showing and Discussion

Please join us for a showing of the documentary, Deep Run.  This film follows the experiences of Cole, a transgender teen from the Bible Belt, as he searches for love and belonging among his friends and community.  All are welcome to join us after the film for a discussion led by Valeria Schmidt, Pastor of Trinity Church.  This program is open to Teens in grade 8 and up as well as their parents/caregivers.  No registration is required. Refreshments will be served.  This event is co-sponsored by Trinity Church of Northborough.

Need more information? Check with Bonny Krantz in the Teen Room, call 508 393-5025 ext. 7 or email

Mystery Dinner Evening Saturday, November 5th Image result for mystery clipart
Join us for an evening of murder, mystery and mayhem – all in good fun – as the Trinity Players present ” A Calamitous Night in Cranberry Cove”.  As the Dennisons consider selling the family beachfront cottage on Cape Cod, the children, the local politicians, the nature lovers, the beachcombers, and the real estate investors all have different ideas for the property.  Come and see who meets his demise and try to figure out who did it.  Good food and good fun for all.

Mistletoe Mart ~ Saturday, December 3rd from 10am – 3pm.

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Our famous Mistletoe Mart Christmas fair.  The fair will include the sale of real wreaths and swags, a ‘festival of wreaths’ raffle, Santa’s Attic (White Elephant sale), a cookie walk, multiple crafters (Trinity, as well as crafters from elsewhere), and a delicious lunch.


imagesService of Light Tuesday, December 21st, 7:30pm

Trinity Church

23 Main Street

Northborough, MA

We invite you to experience the light of Jesus Christ coming into our lives, even in the midst of darkness. A meditative time of music, readings, prayer, and a candle lighting ceremony.


Please join us for


following the service.

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The informal Trinity Church Hiking Club is walking most Saturday Mornings.  We meet at Church at 9:30 and hike on one of the many Northborough trails. Everyone is welcome! We keep a leisurely pace and we try our best to be done before noon.  Contact Wade Robbins (508-393-2512 or to receive weekly notifications via e-mail. Please consider joining us for a time of nature appreciation and friendly conversation.

Battery Recycling!! Recycling Clip Art

As part of our efforts to become a greener church Trinity is now collecting button batteries and household batteries to be recycled. Please do not throw your batteries in the trash. Bring them to Trinity! Collection boxes are located in the hallway near room 105.