Whether you're new to the Lutheran faith, or just to Trinity Lutheran Church, we welcome you and are excited that you're visited our website. Below is information that can help you along in your personal journey to knowing God and understanding our beliefs and mission.


Trinity Lutheran Church is a member of the Missouri Synod. Our mission is building one another up on the foundation of Christ's forgiveness and peace.

We worship regularly and would love to have you join an upcoming service:

Sunday -  8:30 a.m. (Traditional Service)

Sunday - 11:00 a.m. (Contemporary Service and Online)

In addition to our worship services, Trinity Lutheran Church offers a variety of ministry programs including Sunday School, Youth Study and Adult Bible Study. For a complete list of our Ministry programs go HERE.

Please visit our ABOUT page for more in-depth information about Trinity.

If you would like to speak with a church representative, a visit from our Pastor, additional information about transferring or joining Trinity, or are new to the area and would like a church tour please click HERE.

Holy Communion is celebrated every weekend of the month. We receive not only bread and wine, but our Lord’s very body and blood to eat and drink for the forgiveness of sins and to strengthen our union with Him and with one another. The Lord’s Supper is a confession of faith and we invite those who are members of the Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod to commune with us. It is necessary for those communing to discern the real presence of Christ’s Body and Blood in, with, and under the bread and wine.


Guests who desire to receive the sacrament are asked to speak with the Pastor or an Elder before the service.



In grateful response to God’s grace and empowered by the Holy Spirit through Word and Sacraments, the mission of The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod is vigorously to make known the love of Christ by word and deed within our churches, communities and the world.


In a world in which information is readily available and opinions abound, this fundamental question stands above all other inquiries and considerations.

The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod believes Jesus is exactly who He said He is. Along with the ancient Church, we confess that Jesus is true God and true man in one person. He is the Son of God who was crucified and raised from the dead for the salvation of all who trust in Him.


Christ is not Jesus’s last name, but identifies Him as the Messiah (Christ is the Greek translation of Messiah), the fulfillment of the Old Testament promises that God saves His people.

This fulfillment and salvation happened in history in real time and in a real place (first century AD in Israel) through a flesh-and-blood person named Jesus.


The Bible is the true and trustworthy Word of God that records God’s love for the world through His Son Jesus. The miracles recorded in the Gospels and the teachings of Jesus are true and accurate.

Jesus physically died on a cross and physically rose from the dead in three days. He physically ascended into heaven, and the Church awaits His second coming when He will judge all people.

Those who trust in Jesus as their Savior will rise to eternal life in heaven. Those who deny Jesus and live in their sin will be cast out of His presence to hell.


Today, the LCMS has nearly 2 million baptized members in more than 6,000 congregations and some 9,000 pastors. Two seminaries and nine colleges and universities operate under the auspices of the LCMS, and its congregations operate the largest Protestant parochial school system in America.

Source: https://www.lcms.org/