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Wednesday Evening Prayer & Communion Service

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Wednesday Evening Prayer & Communion Service - 6:30 pmStarts again Wednesday September 26, 2018
Each Wednesday from 6:30 pm-7:15 pm in the Chapel, we will gather for prayers and observe the presence of Christ in Communion. We will be exploring some of the parables of Jesus together to discover what meaning we might find in them for our own time. Join us in prayer and communion as we observe a mid-week pause to refresh and remember God’s presence in our lives.

The service is located in the chapel on the second floor which is handicapped accessible. 
Join us in prayer and communion as we observe a mid-week pause to refresh and remember God's presence in our lives.  You can send prayer requests to: wednesdaysattrinity@gmail.com

Trinity is an open & affirming, global mission church. We believe that we have been blessed so that we might be a blessing for all of the people of the world. Everyone is welcome here no matter where you are on life's journey. Casual clothing is welcom…

Ohio Conference Trip to Germany

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Ohio Conference trip to Germany
On September 4-20, 2018 Pastor Kevan Franklin and his wife Ella along with Trinity members John & Sue Muskopf will be travelling to Germany with a group from the Ohio Conference of the United Church of Christ.  The group will be exploring the German roots of our UCC heritage. 

Follow the group by reading their blog

NSM - College of Wooster August 2018

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We welcomed students from the College of Wooster to North Street Mission!  The group worked two mornings in our breakfast program, one morning at St. James community lunch and afternoons at Habitat for Humanity, Salvation Army and Moca House.

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We at North Street Mission want groups to have a meaningful week and hope that they continue to go on mission trips in the future.  Groups are also encouraged to visit us sometime in the future!  Part of the process involves getting feedback from the groups.  Here is a summary from this group:




Survey Responses....
- I witnessed a number of poor and homeless who were so grateful for the meal services that the local churches provide, not only for the food but also for the community of friends.
- The people, in particular the veterans, who are displaced and homeless.
- I was unaware of the amount of struggling people in Wooster.
- See how considerate and polite the homeless and low income communities were at the breakfast program …

NSM - Disciples and Heights Christian churches

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NSM - Disciples Christian and Heights Christian Churches July 2018


We welcomed two youth groups, one from Disciples Christian Church in Cleveland Heights and one from Heights Christian Church in Shaker Heights, to North Street Mission!  The group worked two mornings in our breakfast program, one morning at St. James community lunch, one afternoon at People to People and one afternoon at MOCA house.

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We at North Street Mission want groups to have a meaningful week and hope that they continue to go on mission trips in the future.  Groups are also encouraged to visit us sometime in the future!  Part of the process involves getting feedback from the groups.  Here is a summary from these groups:

I believe NSM can make a difference by.....
- Keep doing what they are doing helping mental ill, homeless, special needs, etc.
- Letting more less fortunate people know that they are loved and welcomed.
- Giving back and helping the community one breakfast at a time.
- Getting the …

Trinity UCC Wooster 200th Anniversary 2019

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Trinity UCC Wooster, established 1819 As we prepare to celebrate our 200th anniversary next year, we've started to pull together pictures and documents from our history.  Please feel free to send items to the church office so we can add them.







Pictures from the 1800's

Pictures from the 1920's

Minutes of the St Johns Classics - Our Association report? - 5-17-1921

Pictures from the 1940's

11-9-1949 Rededication Service document

Sunday Bulletin 12-29-1946


Pictures from the 1950's

1958 Sanctuary dedication bulletin

4-15-58 - Trinity Topics includes Confirmation class listing


Pictures from the 1960's

5-14-63 - Trinity Topics includes Confirmation class listing

1969 Church Directory for 150th Anniversary


Pictures from the 1970's

1975 Church Directory


Pictures from the 1980's

     1988-89 Church Directory - addresses are listed by the names so if you want to see a copy we can email it to you.  Please email the church office for a copy:  trinityuccwooster1819@gmail.com.


Pictur…

NSM - Richfield UCC June 2018

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We welcomed the youth group from Richfield UCC Church to North Street Mission!  The group worked all five mornings at breakfast, two afternoons at People to People Ministries, one afternoon at Sonnenberg Village in Kidron, one afternoon at MOCA house and an evening and morning at Templed Hills church camp.  

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We at North Street Mission want groups to have a meaningful week and hope that they continue to go on mission trips in the future.  Groups are also encouraged to visit us sometime in the future!  Part of the process involves getting feedback from the groups.  Here is a summary of the feedback from the Richfield UCC group:
I believe NSM can make a difference by...
- Putting a smile on people's faces every single morning.  Making people feel like they are worth something.
- Love and understanding among the Wooster community.
- Spreading information about this mission opportunity.  Continuing to host mission trips;  feeding the hungry.
- Feeding those in n…

NSM - First UCC Sugarcreek June 2018

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We welcomed the first group to North Street Mission in 2018!  They were the youth group from First UCC Church of Sugarcreek.  The group worked two mornings in our breakfast program and two afternoons at People to People Ministries.  
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We at North Street Mission want groups to have a meaningful week and hope that they continue to go on mission trips in the future.  Groups are also encouraged to visit us sometime in the future!  Part of the process involves getting feedback from the groups.  Here is a summary of the feedback from the Sugarcreek UCC group:
I believe NSM can make a difference by....
- Helping and accepting people and inspiring others to help.

- Changing the way people view the communities and not only meeting the needs of the community but helping to stop the uprising problems.

- Giving people at least one meal a day to do what they need to do.  For some it may show that these are good people who do care if they get something to eat.

- Continuing to…