When Visiting Trinity You Can Expect

  • A warm and welcoming environment
  • Structured worship with Biblical and relevant preaching
  • Two Worship Service Times
  • Celebration of Holy Communion every first and third Sunday at 8:30a.m.
  • Celebration of Holy Communion every Sunday at 11:00a.m.
  • A time of fellowship to connect with others
  • Educational opportunities for all ages at 10 a.m.
  • A follow-up visit by someone from the congregation and an invitation to return

Getting Involved

We welcome everyone at their desired level of involvement. Some people desire only to worship and others to become more involved in ministry at Trinity, but do wish to formally unite with the congregation. That is perfectly fine!!

If you wish to participate more in any ministry either speak with the leader of that ministry or speak with the Pastor. The pastor will see that you are connected.

Becoming a member of Trinity Lutheran

For those who desire, membership into the congregation at Trinity is done in this way:
  • If you have never been baptized or if you have been baptized but are coming to Trinity from a non-Lutheran tradition then you will go through a period of instruction in the basics of the Christian faith and the Lutheran tradition. You either will  be baptized during a service of worship or you will affirm your baptism during a service of worship.
  • If are coming to Trinity from another Lutheran congregation and are in good standing we will receive you by a letter of transfer with a public recognition of that during a service of worship.
  • After being received into membership you are a confirmed and voting member of the congregation and remain that way so long as you receive Holy Communion or make a record of contribution in the current or preceding calendar year.
  • Chidren who are baptized are received as baptized members but are not confirmed and voting members.

PLEASE NOTE: No one is required to be a “member” of the congregation to participate in the life and ministry of Trinity. We welcome all people to worship, serve and be part of the community. We have many people who are actively involved at Trinity but do not maintain an official membership.