Join us April 9, 2023 Easter Sunday
6:30 am – Sunrise Hymn Sing
7:00 am – Breakfast provided by the Elders
9:00 am – Easter Festival Service
Welcome to Trinity Lutheran Church! We’re glad you’re here to learn who we are and what we want to share with you!
Our family is:
–Trinitarian– We worship our Creator who is one God in three persons: Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. (cf. The Ecumenical Creeds)
–Christ Centered– Our identity, salvation, and life are grounded in Jesus Christ, the crucified and risen Savior of the world. His Ministry of Word and Sacrament is the font and foundation of our congregation!
–Spirit Led– We believe that we cannot by our own reason or strength believe in Jesus Christ, our Lord, or come to Him; but the Holy Spirit has calls us by the Gospel, enlightens us with His gifts, sanctifies and keeps us in the one true faith.
–Biblical– We teach that the Bible is the inerrant, and infallible Word of God and is profitable for teaching, reproof, correction, comfort and training in righteousness. (2 Tim 3:16-17; Rom 15:4)
–Confessional– We confess that Luther’s Small Catechism and the other Lutheran Confessions contained in the Book of Concord are faithful summaries and applications of God’s Word and are therefore normative for all of our teaching and practice.
–Evangelical– Trinity Lutheran Church has been established to proclaim Jesus Christ’s life, death, and resurrection to all people, and to be a light and refuge for sinners in this dark world.
-Liturgical– We use an order of service that the Christian Church has been using for over 1600 years with roots over 2000 years old. In the historic liturgy we join with the Christian Church of every time and place, singing the same words, confessing the same faith, and possessing the same Lord Jesus Christ.
–Reverent– We understand worship as Divine Service—meaning primarily that God serves us (Matt 20:28) with His Holy Word and Sacraments. In response to His abiding presence and divine gifts we pray, praise, and give thanks!
–Baptismal– We rejoice that through Holy Baptism Christ saves people of all nations and ages; from infants to elderly and everyone in between.
–Communal– We celebrate that in the Lord’s Supper Christ gives His very body and blood under the bread and the wine for us Christians to eat and to drink for our forgiveness, life and salvation.
–Fruitful– Our congregation thrives with people from all ages, backgrounds, and histories —united under God’s Word – “One Lord, one faith, one Baptism, one God, and Father of us all” (Eph 4:5-6).
-Synodical- We are a sister congregation of Wyoming District of The Lutheran Church – Missouri Synod, a group of over 6,000 congregations who walk together in the same confession of faith as is found in the Book of Concord to which all our pastors and congregations unconditionally subscribe.