Your First Visit

 

Trinity Lutheran Church is housed in a very traditional building. Our sanctuary is a beautiful example of typical Swedish church architecture.

We worship at 10:30 every Sunday morning. Unless it's summer...then the worship time changes to 9:30...and you can often find us worshiping in our outdoor chapel behind the church.

We gather to experience God's grace. We hear that grace as the stories of the Bible are interpreted in light of current events and applied to daily living. We taste grace in the bread and wine of Holy Communion. We touch grace in the gestures of welcome from the people gathered together.

Our worship service is liturgical, and lasts  about an hour and ten or fifteen minutes. Hymn singing is accompanied by our musician playing keyboard. We also have a voice choir and instrumentalists.

Children have a central place in worship. Although nursery care is available, children of all ages are encouraged to take part in the service. Pastor Peggy invites children to reflect on the readings in a special children's sermon.

We have Communion every Sunday. All who have been baptized are welcome to the Lord's Table for Communion.

After worship, we catch up with each other over snacks and a cup of coffee or juice. From 9 to 10 during the school year, we have an education hour with Sunday School and a Forum for adults.

We have three small rest room facilites in our building. One is downstairs, just off the Pine Room. The other two are on the main level near the church office. All are private and unisex. The downstairs restroom includes a baby changing table.

Signs direct you from the street and parking lot to Trinity's Handicap-access elevator. Ring the bell and someone will bring the elevator down to assist you!

By the way, there is no 'dress code' here, so come dressed any way that makes you feel comfortable. You don't need to bring anything with you. Everything you need for the service is provided in the worship bulletin.

 

 

 

 

A Congregation of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America. God's Work. Our Hands