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A place to belong
We believe that we were created to live in community with each other. At Holy Trinity Lutheran Church, all are welcome.
We worship God the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. Our worship is enhanced by a wide variety of worship and musical styles.
Since 1926, Holy Trinity Lutheran Church has been grounded in the word of God revealed in Jesus Christ. Growing out of this foundation we are sent out each week to serve the world.
All Saints Sunday will be celebrated Sunday, November 2.
At this service, Holy Trinity Lutheran Church will remember these saints who have entered the church triumphant in the past year. Those to be remembered include: Lynda Werking, The Rev. Clifford Janssens, Richard "Dick" Hoover, Donald Beck. Shirley Poore and Margaret "Chris" Muse.
Mark your calendar for the annual
Hanging of the Greens
Saturday, November 29
More details will follow
Beginning Wednesday, December 3, Midweek Advent Dinners and Services will begin.
Dinner will be served at 6:30 p.m. with the Holden Evening Prayer Service beginning at 7 p.m.
When the holiday season draws near there is great anticipation in the air. But for many the holiday season is not a happy time of the year.
The Longest Night/Blue Christmas Community Worship service is to help those who find this time of year difficult. Share your knowledge of this service with anyone, but most especially, with those who may need comfort when everyone is celebrating this joyous time of year.
This service will be celebrated on Sunday, December 21 at 6:30 p.m.
Services are set for 7 p.m.
Wednesday, December 24
Holy Communion will be celebrated
The Service of
Lessons & Carols
Sunday, December 28 at 10:30 a.m.
When not preaching, teaching, praying or debating, Martin Luther spent time with friends and students in casual conversation around the table. The topics were wide-ranging, but always stemmed from Luther’s personal faith and piety.
With that tradition in mind, Wed., Sept. 17 begins a new opportunity for people to gather and discuss matters of practical faith and the interactions of faith in daily life.
We will take the first several weeks to explore various faith/spiritual practices, then pursue other topics.
No materials are needed in advance. Come join the conversation.