Worship with us

sunday,  January 23, 2021; 10 AM

Third Sunday after Epiphany

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Listen to the audio-only service each Sunday

online at KVTK.com      or     Radio station: 101.5 FM

Masks are Required for in-person worship, meetings, classes and all events inside the church building.

Weekend Worship

Saturdays at 5:30 PM

Sundays at 10:00 AM

Our webcast (audio + video) of the Sunday service is available at 10:00 am on Trinity's Facebook page as a Facebook live presentation. 

The video is available on this website (on the worship page) and on our YouTube channel.

  • Who are we?

    Faith, Family, Worship, and Service! 

    Faith in God is what grounds us. Family and each person helps us in daily life.  Worship is where we come together to praise God for his goodness, seek healing and forgiveness, and hear more about what He has to say.      

  • Who is Jesus?

    Jesus was a man who lived about two thousand years ago.  We know about him through the Bible, which contains accounts of what he did and taught.  Jesus was also mentioned outside the Bible by historians of the time, so we know he actually existed. In addition, we believe with other Christians that Jesus is raised from the dead and is alive an active through the Holy Spirit today.

  • who was martin luther?

     Martin Luther lived in Germany in the late 1400's and the 1500's.  He was a monk in the Catholic church who noticed the church had lost sight of the teaching that God gives us salvation as a gift, not as an achievement.  He challenged the church to reform its teaching and practice through his writing, teaching, and preaching,"  

  • Why do we call ourselves "Trinity Lutheran Church"?

    The word Trinity is derived from the combination of the prefix "tri-" and the word "unity." We believe and teach that God is such a tri-unity: three persons sharing one divine essence. God is a community, united in love and committed to the salvation of the entire creation. We believe God is at work forming us and all humankind to the same commitment and work.