Who we are, what we believe, and where we're headed as a church family
Here's the deal, Trinity Lutheran Church cares about one thing more than anything else, Jesus Christ. Trinity is a family of individuals that have found hope in Jesus, and simply want as many people as possible to experience that exact same freedom.
Our Mission is "Loving People to Live in Jesus, because Jesus Changes EVERYTHING."
What's the bottom line? More than ever, Trinity Lutheran Church is committed to growing families around hope in Jesus. Hope for the future. Hope for better. Hope for progress. Again, Hope in Jesus. And as we move forward as a church family, belonging remains at the center of who we are as followers of Christ.
What does this mean for you? Most importantly, you're always welcome at Trinity. We're saving a seat for you. Wherever you're at in your faith journey, you'll always be accepted as part of the Trinity family.
Beyond that, if you're ready to plan to connect more with others, we invite you to attend our Start Here Open House on Sunday, September 29 from 9 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. in the Resurrection Chapel right off our main lobby. Start Here is a way for people who want to see more of what Trinity has as a faith community and chat with some of our friendly team. All are welcome!
Or if you'd simply like to get in touch with a person on our team directly, click the button below.
Trinity offers both traditional and contemporary worship with four worship services each week. All worship includes music, Bible readings, and a message. Something for everyone!
Contemporary Worship: Saturdays at 5 p.m and Sundays at 11 a.m.
This style of worship offers music that can be heard on contemporary Christian stations (like K-LOVE) with a liturgy that is not taken directly from the Lutheran Hymnal. The Sunday 11 a.m. service includes a Praise Band and singers. It is a more casual atmosphere without losing its strong focus on scripture and the gospel.
Traditional Worship: Sundays at 8 and 9:30 a.m.
This style of worship uses the Lutheran Service Book as the basis for its worship experience. The music is more rooted in history using the organ, and the liturgy is traditional, found within the book.