Holy Trinity Lutheran Church
Growing in faith
making a difference
open to all
Welcome! We’re glad you found us. At Holy Trinity our mission is to grow in faith, make a difference, and be open to all. As Christians we believe that God is open to each of us, and that God’s love for all people was made known in the life, death, and resurrection of Jesus Christ. Through Jesus we receive forgiveness and new life, and are daily taught how to live as God’s people in the world. Each day Jesus offers us the invitation to experience his love and share that love with the people around us. It’s an invitation that God offers to everyone, including you.
Whether you’re looking for a place to worship or just passing through, you’re welcome at Holy Trinity. Life confronts each of us with a multitude of problems, struggles, and questions, and our congregation is a safe place to share, wonder, and grow with other people. If there’s anything we can do to help, if you need someone to talk to, or if you just have some questions, please stop by or contact us anytime.
Hope to see you soon, and may God bless you!
In this uncertain time, in-person activities at Holy Trinity are lighter than normal. That said, our Safety and Well-Being Team is looking at ways to ease back into a variety of ways to worship and gather. In addition to our Virtual ZOOM Services on Sunday (link below), look out for other ways to connect.
Sunday Worship - 10:15 AM every Sunday via Zoom; 9:00 inside the sanctuary, 2nd and 4th Sunday of each month; 9:00 outside, 3rd Sunday of each month (weather permitting)
Sunday School - 11:00 AM, 2nd & 4th Sunday
Bible Study - 9:00 AM, 1st Sunday of each month
Bible Study - 10:00 AM, 1st Friday of each month
Breakfast Table Talk (a time for casual conversation around our morning beverages) - 9:00 AM every Friday
Discussions with Har Zion Synagogue - 6:30 PM via Zoom, October 8th and 22nd, November 5th and 19th
Listen to Our Latest Service: Guest Pastor Harvey Davis
Join us to hear a moving sermon from our very own Pastor Harvey Davis, as he recounts his experiences traveling through the South in the 1950s