January 8, 2018
In preparation for the Trinity Church Annual Meeting scheduled for March 18, 2018, the Nominating Committee is accepting applications for the following:Read More >
January 3, 2018
Due to the anticipated heavy snowfall in and around Boston, Trinity Church has announced it will be closed for all events and meetings on Thursday, January 4. It is expected the Church will re-open for its regular schedule on Friday, January 5. All meetings and worship services are postponed orRead More >
December 14, 2017
Over the past several weeks, there’s been a lot of news about proposed changes to tax legislation that is likely to affect nearly all of us. These changes also affect Trinity, because for many, charitable giving is more possible because of savings in the way of tax deductions.Read More >
December 4, 2017
Do you want to play more of a role in how Trinity is governed?  Would you like to be Trinity’s ambassador in the Diocese, by participating in Convention, the regional Deanery, or with Episcopal City Mission?Read More >
November 14, 2017
Each fall, Trinity parishioners speak during the Sunday liturgies about why being a steward of Trinity Church matters to them. Listen to Roger Tepe, Pam Waterman, Gary Sandison, and Jim Morgan tell their stories. Read More >
November 2, 2017
On 12 Sundays at Trinity this year, and with the guidance of guest speakers, we taking a close look at 12 lives of faith, action and witness:  men and women from different eras in the life of the wider church, and beyond. How did they live into their faith in their own time, culture, and community?Read More >
November 2, 2017
The Parish Profile Committee made its first presentation to the parish at the Sunday Forum, October 29.  The committee shared  its vision and plan, and invited feedback and engagement as part of its important work in the search for a new rector.Read More >
November 1, 2017
In 2015, the infant mortality rate was more than twice as high among blacks than among white non-Hispanics. What contributes to this and other health disparities, and what can we do about it?Read More >
October 30, 2017
Dr. Nancy Krieger, Professor of Social Epidemiology at the Harvard T.H.Read More >
October 25, 2017
Memories of Trinity parishioner, John Kane, who passed away earlier this year, were shared by the Rev. Patrick Ward this morning for The Remembrance Project on WBUR 90.9 radio. You may see the transcript and listen to the audio here:  Read More >
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