"So We'll Meet Again" book features letters from the WWII homefront

Elaine Sears with letters from the WWII letter writing campaign.

In 1943, during World War II, an Honor Roll Committee was formed at Lebanon Lutheran Church (now Holy Trinity) for the purpose of occasionally writing to the boys and girls. Thirty-four letters were written, one every month. These beautifully-written letters must have helt like heaven to the troops. Many wrote back; it was the best news they received from home. These letters tell a remarkable story of what was happening in a small town while they were away.

These letter have now been gathered together into a book that is being released in conjunction with the 125th anniversary of Holy Trinity. Elaine Sears, who compiled the book, was recently intereviewed by the Taunton Daily Gazette about the project, and she has also spoken at the North Easton Library.

Copies of the book are available for purchase online or directly from Holy Trinity Lutheran Church. Books can be purchased by sending $19.95 to the church at 143 Lincoln Street, North Easton, MA, 02356. Please make checks payable to "Holy Trinity Fundraising." Please note that this is payment for the "So We'll Meet Again" book.

Please direct questions to the church office.

HHH Event Packages 28,000 Meals on 9/23

Take a look at what Holy Trinity Lutheran Church, Bristol Trinity Episcopal Church and End Hunger NE are up to today in North Easton!

Posted by David Dwiggins on Saturday, September 23, 2017

Holy Trinity and partner congregation Bristol Trinity Episcopal Church thank the 177 volunteers that helped turn its fellowship hall into a production line for nutritious meals on September 23. In collaboration with The Outreach Program teams produced, packaged and boxed 28,000 oatmeal, Italian pasta, and macaroni and cheese meals that will help feed hungry families in Bristol County, Massachusetts.