Trinity Lutheran is a family of God growing in faith through worship, learning and fellowship –

reaching out in Christ’s love to witness and serve.
What Lutherans Believe
The Lutheran faith can be summed up in three basic principles:  grace alone, faith alone, Scripture alone.  We are saved by the grace of God alone – not by anything we do.  Our salvation is through faith alone – we need to trust God made known in Christ who promises us forgiveness, life and salvation.  The Bible is the norm for faith and life – the true standard by which everything  in life is to be examined.  For a more detailed statement of our belief, click on the “What We Believe” picture below.
Worship At Trinity
For Lutherans, worship matters.  It is the central act of our faith. Trinity’s worship style is traditional with contemporary components mixed in.  There is a basic pattern for worship among Lutherans.  We gather.  We encounter God’s Word.  We share a meal at the Lord’s table each week.  And we are sent into the world.
Lutherans do not think about worship so much in terms of what we do.  Worship is fundamentally about what God is doing in our midst and our response to God’s action.  Worship is an encounter with God, who saves us through the life, death and resurrection of Jesus Christ.  
Think about it like this:  God’s Holy Spirit calls us together; God speaks to us through His Holy Word, through preaching, prayer and song; God feeds and nourishes us through bread and wine, then sends us out into the world to share the love of Christ.