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Holy Trinity

A Congregation of the Evangelical Lutheran Church In America


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Worship Services:
Saturday 5:00pm
Sunday 9:30am

Interim Pastor -
Darryl Thompson Powell

Large print worship folders
Hearing assistance devices
Seat cushions
Barrier Free
Air-conditioned Facility
Child Care from 9:30 - 10:30am
Sunday School - 10:30am                         beginning June 7th
Confirmation - 10:30am                         beginning June 7th

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Our mission statement is “Proclaiming Christ’s Love through Witness and Service.” It is our primary task to proclaim the love of Christ to all who enter here. That love is unconditional and has no restrictions. Christ walked among the people, healed them, announced their forgiveness, and promised eternal life in his name.

Holy Trinity’s mission is to mirror that message through our worship and through service to our members, the community, and the world.

Please know that you are welcome here at any time. You are invited to participate as fully as you desire, and to share our ministry with us.

All Are Welcome in Jesus’ Name

Holy Trinity Lutheran Church, as a community of the people of God, affirms its intention to openly welcome and value every person who walks through our doors regardless of age, race, gender identities, marital status, sexual orientations, national and ethnic origins, economic status, addictions, and mental, physical and emotional conditions.

We affirm that we are all unique individuals created by God, in need of God’s forgiveness, and made worthy through Jesus Christ of God’s love and mercy.

All persons named and unnamed above are welcome within the membership of our congregation upon making the same affirmation of faith that all members make.

Read Bishop Eaton’s message on Racial Justice