Worship at Trinity Lutheran.

At Trinity Lutheran Church, the act of worship is a transformative and communal journey, inviting congregants into a sacred space that exudes reverence and fellowship. The worship experience is characterized by a harmonious blend of traditional Lutheran liturgy and contemporary expressions of faith, creating a dynamic atmosphere that resonates with people of all ages. From the soul-stirring hymns that echo through the sanctuary to the thoughtful reflections shared during sermons, each element of the service contributes to a sense of spiritual depth and connection. The congregation at Trinity embraces a warm and inclusive ethos, fostering a genuine sense of community where individuals can express their faith, share their joys and struggles, and find support on their spiritual journeys. In this vibrant faith community, worship is not just a Sunday ritual but a shared exploration of the sacred, deepening the bonds of faith and friendship among those who gather at Trinity Lutheran Church.

Service Times

Saturdays at 5:00 pm traditional Lutheran worship experience

 Sundays at 8:45 am traditional Lutheran worship experience, live-streamed to accommodate anyone who wants to participate without coming in person (found here).

Sundays at 10:30 am contemporary worship experience

Traditional Worship

 The traditional worship services are accompanied by organ, piano, vocal choirs, and bell choirs.  The hymns and liturgy for this service come from the Bible. The pastor and worship leaders wear robes. This service lasts about 60-75 minutes.

Ushers will offer you a service bulletin and an announcement sheet.  All you will need to fully participate in the worship will be projected on the screens.

Contemporary Worship

We have a spirited, high-energy worship that is warm, welcoming, and relevant. This worship is served by our Praise Band which leads us in singing the latest and favorite contemporary music out there.  This service lasts for about 60-75 minutes.

Ushers will offer you a service bulletin and an announcement sheet .  All you will need to fully participate in the worship will be projected on the screen.


We are a church whose unity is in Jesus Christ; we gather around Word, water,  bread and wine.  Baptism is a significant part of our faith journey as we come from the baptismal waters to live a new life as children of God.
Our baptism sets us out on a lifelong journey that is characterized by our relationship to God, our relationship to our faith community, our relationships in our community and the wider world. Living our baptismal covenant means living a life of growth in the faith practices of discipleship.


Through Holy Communion, we receive forgiveness of sins in the body and blood of Jesus.  With the forgiveness of sins comes life and salvation. Holy Communion is a gift from God given to all who wish to receive it.   


Marriage is a gift of God, intended for the joy and mutual strength of those who enter it and for the well-being of the whole human family. God created us and blessed humankind with the gifts of companionship, the capacity to love, and the care and nurture of children. Jesus affirmed the covenant of marriage and revealed God's own self-giving love on the cross. The Holy Spirit helps those who are united in marriage to be living signs of God's grace, love, and faithfulness.