At Trinity Lutheran Church, we offer a variety of programs that minister to our congregation and the community. From children to seniors, specialty groups and everything in between, there's a ministry that fits your needs and calling. Contact the church for more information on how you can get involved. 

Adult Ministries


Adult members can learn and serve through a wide-range of programs offered year-round at Trinity:


  • Education

    • Adult Bible Study - Sundays, 9:45 a.m.

    • Women Worship in the Word - Wednesdays, 9:30 a.m.

  • Fellowship

  • Worship Enhancement (Due to COVID-19 restrictions, these programs are not offered at this time)

    • Ladies Bible Study - Tuesdays, 9:30 a.m.

    • Young at Heart -  Meet third Thursday of every month at noon. Potluck and games.

    • Men's Bible Study - Fourth Tuesday of every month 7 p.m.

Child, Youth & Family Ministry


Our Youth and Family ministries come in a variety of programs:


  • Education

    • Children's Sunday School - 9:45 a.m.

    • Junior Youth Ministries (6th-8th grade students) - Sundays, 9:45 a.m. 

    • Trinity's Senior Youth (high school bible class) - Sundays, 9:45 a.m.

  • Fellowship​

  • Worship Enhancement

    • Retreats

    • Trinity Mom's Group - 1st Monday of month 5:45-8 p.m.


Service Ministries


You will be given the opportunity to contribute to the spiritual welfare of His people here at Trinity and to the community it belongs; and to serve Him beyond the barriers created by states and countries.

  • Music Ministries

  • Care Ministries - Transportation to doctor appointments or to run errands, fellowship visits, babysitting in cases of emergency, greeting Cards mailed, baby dresser ministry, home-made blankets for hospitals, nursing homes, cancer patients homeless shelter and orphanages

  • Franklin Avenue Mission Project - A LCMS Tri-Circuit project with the purpose of transforming Calvary Lutheran Parish, through this mission, to a vital resource to surrounding residents.


Quality, Safe, Christian Camps for All Ages! 

Summer happens here ... at Camp Concordia … and with it all the safe, unforgettable fun; meaningful challenges; and positive relationships that camp in the great outdoors – surrounded by lakes and trees, rolling hills and rivers, friends and significant mentors – has to offer!


What do today’s youth need?
  • Unplugged time with fun, safe programs, outdoor recreation, games and activities.

  • Time to grow life-changing faith, build self-confidence and make new friends.

  • Meaningful time spent with positive young adult role models.


We’re excited to provide, age specific programming with choices for your camper, led by a team of dedicated summer staff. Our college-age staff undergo personal interviews, referrals, background checks, and have two weeks or more of professional training before campers arrive.


Camp happens here! And as it does, children and youth discover their true value and potential; gain confidence through positive friendships, new life skills and growing passions; and most of all, deepen their faith in God through the love of Jesus!

See you this summer!

Dr. Craig S. Oldenburg, Director

Health, Safety, and Security Ministry


The Health, Safety, and Security Ministry shall be a committee of no more than seven (7) but no fewer than five (5) members, always to including a Chairman, one Elder, one Trustee, one Staff member and volunteers of the general Church Membership. Members with Medical and/or Law enforcement training are desired but not required. The Chairman shall be appointed by the Church Council and shall be a voting member of the Church Council. The Church Council will review and act on any recommendations from the committee. They shall:

  • Establish Policy and Procedures to create, direct, and oversee a Health, Safety, and Security team or teams.

  • Maintain Trinity as a House of Worship and Save Haven for all, by working to address all Health, Safety, and Security aspects of the Church.

  • Meet at least semi-annually.


GUIDING PURPOSE: “But if the watchman sees the sword coming and does not blow the trumpet, so that the people are not warned, and the sword comes and takes away any one of them, that person is taken away in his iniquity, but his blood will require at the watchman’s hand.” Ezekiel 33:6


To view the Emergency Action Plan, click HERE.​


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Fenton, MI 48430

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