Meet parishioners involved in Trinity's Care and Support life.
Care and Support. Healing — spiritual healing, some call it — is the goal and objective toward which God moves. God desires to bring in the Kingdom; He continually moves toward the time when the great wounds of creation — injustice, oppression, degradation, and enmity — will be healed. God calls each of us to both personal healing and to collaboration in the renewal of creation. We offer these resources at Trinity to those of you in need. Trinity offers many programs to help those in need.
Sherrill House is a not-for-profit, skilled nursing and rehabilitation center maintained and operated by Sherrill House, Inc., and an extension of the ministry of Trinity Church and the Diocese of Massachusetts.
Hallelu Singers is a small group that offers a cappella music at hospital, hospice, nursing home and other settings, with core repertoire from the African American traditions.
A member of the clergy staff will visit you or a loved one in the hospital or in your home during a time of illness or trouble.
To be connected with the priest-on-call, call the Trinity Front Desk at 617-536-0944. To schedule a meeting with a member of the clergy, email Executive Assistant Anne McMenamy.
For a number of years parishioners from Trinity have been taking Holy Eucharist to the Hale House residents each Sunday morning.
This is a prayer and reflection group for women older than the age of 70.
Each person called to this ministry prays daily for specific individuals, parishioners, and those for whom parishioners have requested prayer.
At each worship service, we read aloud those known to the parish who need our prayers. Here you can submit a request for a prayer for a Sunday service.
Spiritual Journeys, provides a confidential, supportive, and uplifting space for those who have or have had cancer or support someone who has cancer.
Stitching in the Spirit is a group of parishioners who gather monthly for fellowship and knitting.
Our lay Eucharistic Visitors are trained and ready to visit parishioners with the Holy Eucharist on Sunday Mornings. Visits can be to those who are home-bound, in hospitals or at a group living center.