Church for real life

Holy Trinity Lutheran Church recognizes that every individual is unique, beloved, and made in the image of God. We proclaim ourselves to be an Open and Affirming congregation, welcoming all God’s creatures of every race, ethnicity, heritage, culture, age, gender identity, gender expression, sexuality, physical or mental ability, socioeconomic status, or where you are on your faith journey. You are embraced by us and God exactly as you are. We commit to the difficult work of anti-racism, social and economic justice, and environmental care. You are invited to join us in Christ to joyfully and inclusively serve our community.

You are welcome here

At Holy Trinity where we do our best to practice radical hospitality, heal a broken world, and find hope in the midst of life’s challenges.

Celebrating the arts

We give thanks to God through a devotion to creating a flourishing arts program.

Working for justice

We work toward a world in which all people are treated with dignity and respect and are valued as precious children of God.

Caring for the environment

We celebrate the beauty of all God created in the beginning and we lament our planet crying out for mercy. 


Invisible People, Made Visible

To the present hour we are hungry and thirsty, we are poorly clothes and beaten and homeless.

– I Corinthians 4: 11

What is it like to be homeless? In his first letter to the Corinthians, St. Paul describes what his life was like in the first century and in so doing describes what it is like today for the over 580,000 people in the United States who are experiencing homelessness.  This Lenten video series is an opportunity to get to know some people’s stories in their own words and to reflect upon our relationship with them and their situation while we worship and enjoy soup together.

Lenten Supper Church

Wednesdays in March, 6:30 PM – 7:45 PM

Help feed local families!

HTLC provides weekly lunch meals and monthly dinner meals to people who are experiencing homelessness. You are invited to help with one or both of these ministries which provide nutritious and delicious meals to those in need at Father Bill’s/ Mainspring and the Rodeway House Family apartments in Brockton.

The monthly dinner program, which feeds 115 people, includes opportunities to shop and make deliveries in addition to making a part of the meal at home.   

The lunch program helpers meet each Tuesday at 9:00 am to prepare and pack 75 lunches. Shoppers and deliverers are needed as well.

Contact us if you would like more information on either of these volunteer opportunities. In addition, this program works thanks the financial support of individual donors. Your gift can help provide food security for local families!

Lenten Reflections from Southeastern Massachusetts

During the 40 days leading up to the Easter season, we invite you to read daily reflections written by members of area ELCA churches.