A Member of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America
The Mission of Trinity is to share God's love and promise of salvation through enriching worship experiences, preaching, teaching, the celebration of the sacraments, music, fellowship and through our relationship with others.
For all that God has done and promised to be, we strive to be faithful stewards, serve those in need, work for peace and foster ecumenical relationships.
We are glad that you are visiting us at this web page. We'd love to have you visit us in person during our worship or many fellowship, educational or service events.
Trinity is a growing community. The warmth of the Spirit enlivens our gatherings. We grow in faith, love and obedience through our worship, fellowship, service to the community and educational opportunities. There is always something happening at Trinity. Come share the Spirit. Be refreshed, renewed and enlivened in a community whose intent is to grow in Christ.
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Trinity Lutheran Church is a member of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America. More information about the ELCA can be found at www.elca.org
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Rev. Elizabeth Hazelton, Senior Pastor
Rev. Douglas Fidler, Associate Pastor
Pentecost 11 -Matthew 16:13 -"Mr. Jingeling" - 08/24/14- E. Hazelton
Pentecost 7/Lect 17 7/27/2014 “Do you understand?” - Pr. D. Fidler