Trinity has a reputation for great food and warm hospitality. We enjoy cooking, eating and sharing.

Working together, whether cooking for parish breakfasts or for special events throughout the year, Trinity people enjoy creating good food for others. With laughter and hard work, we make new friendships while providing a service to the community.

And we love to eat! Opportunities abound for sharing good food while getting to know new people and catching up on one another’s lives. There are Sunday coffee hours, occasional seasonal lunches, themed dinners, a parish picnic, Shrove Tuesday pancake suppers, and potlucks. There are snack bars, baked goods, and cookie walks. You’ll find that good food is part of the many things we do.

We also cook together to serve others – like teenagers at Diocesan youth events, neighbors at Woodfords Neighborhood Association gatherings, new Mainers at Root Cellar dinners and families facing homelessness at Family Promise. Our community especially pulls together when, through illness or for other reasons, a family is in need of meals. Parishioners graciously share their cooking talents to help.

The group that cares for our fantastic kitchen and organizes most of the cooking is the Fellowship Commission. In addition, lots of people help just for a meal or an event. There’s an opportunity for everyone who wants to be involved!