Trinity Congregational Church

OUR PASTOR

Rev. Norma grew up just “up the line” in Lynnfield, MA, and with the exception of law school in Buffalo, NY, she has lived in either Massachusetts or New Hampshire and has spent most summers of her life at Wingaersheek Beach. Rev. Norma has always felt close to Gloucester, calling it her “soul home.”

She began her theological education in 2003 at Weston Jesuit School of Theology in Cambridge, MA, later transferring to Andover Newton Theological School in Newton, MA.  Rev. Norma graduated with a Master of Divinity with high honors in 2013. 

 

Rev. Norma has served as a chaplain intern at a retirement and assisted living community in Concord, New Hampshire, and has served New Hampshire churches as an Intentional Interim Pastor, Sabbatical Pastor, and Senior Pastor.

 

Rev. Norma is a strong preacher and creative worship leader. She is passionate about always seeking to see the divine underneath, within around and among us, in our lives and in our world. She is also passionate about justice, fairness and compassion. Our lives together as followers of Jesus representing justice, fairness and compassion in community – with vitality and joy – erupting and overflowing into the world!

OUR CHURCH

 

Mission Statement - Building a Community of Trust through Faith, Love and Service.  We are Called to be the Helping Hands of Christ.

Our Faith is a way of living rather than something imposed by holding to a set of creeds or confessions.  Faith is not stationary; but a living, moving journey with God where we seek to model our own lives after the life of Jesus.

 

Our Governance is in the congregational tradition, with members being responsible for our organization, administration, mission, worship and properties.

 

Trinity is a member of the United Church of Christ in the seaport of Gloucester, Massachusetts.  All are welcome regardless of religious background.

Our History - See our History page for a glimpse into Trinity's long history on Cape Ann.

Current Events - Find out what where up to through our monthly newsletter The Fisherman.

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