Why do we call ourselves "Trinity Lutheran Church"?

"Trinity" is who we worship.  We believe that God is three, yet one (Tri = three, "unity" = one.  We don't entirely understand the Trinity, but we are constantly striving to embrace the mystery of these divine faith expressions.  

"Lutheran" is both our heritage and how we do things.  Martin Luther lived 500 years ago, seeking to reform the church and refocus on God.  We are people constantly being reformed; reshaped, and changed - always focused on Christ.  

"Church" means that we are a gathering of people who talk about God in the same way.  We profess our faith when we are gathered together. "Church" can also be used to describe the building property in which we gather, but the primary function of "church" is as the PEOPLE of GOD.