Education Hour, Sunday, 10:30am
At Trinity Lutheran Church LCMS we believe, teach and confess that Jesus Christ is our Savior and Lord, and that through faith in Him we receive forgiveness of sins, eternal life and salvation. Being "Lutheran", our congregations accept and teach the Bible-based teachings of Martin Luther that inspired the reformation of the Christian Church in the 16th century. The teachings of Luther and the reformers can be summarized in three short phrases: Grace alone, Faith alone, Word alone.
Salvation is the free gift of God's grace for Christ's sake alone.
Those who hear this Good News and believe it have the eternal life that it offers.
The Bible is God's inerrant and infallible Word, in which He reveals His Law and His Gospel of salvation in Jesus Christ.
Come Worship With Us!
When we worship with other Christians, receive the Lord's Supper and pray, we come close to God through His Son, Jesus Christ, and find forgiveness and new hope for living each day. At Trinity Lutheran we believe in God's plan of eternal salvation through faith in the dying and rising of God's Son Jesus Christ and join together in worship to celebrate the Good News. Trinity Lutheran offers a traditional service each Sunday morning and Thursday evenings, followed by communioin. Our services are welcoming, practical, and serve as a powerful witness to God's love and forgiveness.
In Christ's Service,
Rev. Brent Klein
Rev. Dr. Armand J. Boehme
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The board of education will be hosting a Reformation party on Sunday, Oct. 30th from 3:00-4:30pm. Come dressed in costume and play games that teach about the Reformation. We will have a costume parade and trunk or treat starting at 4:00pm. Family and friends are invited! So if you can come help judge costume and have your vehicle for the trunk or treat that would be appreciated! Talk to DCE Jackie or the board of education for any questions.
The Minnesota South District is doing a mobile packing event with Feed My Starving Children. We are signed up to pack at Rochester Central Lutheran School on Saturday, Nov. 12th from 1:30-3:30pm. Sign up here and we'll meet and take the church van down together for the event!
Due to low enrollment numbers and the lack of a teacher and director at this time, the preschool committee has determined it necessary to temporarily suspend operation of the preschool. The committee will be working diligently to reorganize the preschool with the hopes of re-opening in the fall of 2017. Please keep the preschool and its new begining in your prayers.
We will have the church van starting their runs to the colleges starting Sept 11th for anyone needing a ride to church. The van picks up at St. Olaf in front of Buntrock Commons at 8:45am and in front of Willis Hall at Carleton at 8:50am. Anyone (not just college students) can catch a ride to church at one of those spots!
Five hundred years ago, one man took a stand that shook Europe and changed the world. Now you can see the story of Martin Luther and the Reformation brought to life through astonishing artworks and historical objects, traveling outside Germany for the first time ever. Luther used art and the newly invented printing press to challenge Europe’s leaders and spread a revolution of religious, cultural, and societal change. This exhibition includes paintings, sculpture, gold, textiles, and works on paper—as well as Luther’s personal possessions and recent archaeological finds—that shed new light on an explosive era and the man who ignited it.
Trinity has tickets to go see the exhibit Friday, Nov 11 at 11:30am. Sign up on the bulletin board at church or contact DCE Jackie if you want to go. Tickets and transportation are free!