Jeanne Stevenson | April 20, 1927 – September 3, 2021 | Funeral Service Livestream | 1pm, September 10
Jesus powerfully demonstrates that all things are possible through faith in God.
Jesus heals a man who is unable to hear or to speak in fulfillment of Old Testament prophecy. May we be open to Jesus as He comes to us bringing healing and peace.
Jesus continues the conversation about where our hearts are before God by pointing out that many of our sinful actions originate in our hearts. That’s why we need God to create a new and clean heart within us.
While religious traditions can be helpful, Jesus warns against empty traditions that do not enhance our relationship with Christ. Are your faith traditions good or bad? Helpful or not?
Jesus, the Bread of Life, the Holy One of God, is the source of our salvation. “Lord, to whom shall we go? You have the words of eternal life.”
Jesus, the Bread of Life, came to defeat sin and death for us, so that we will be raised up on the last day.
The “work of God” is to create and sustain our faith in Jesus.
Jesus Christ loves you with an amazing love beyond comprehension. Take heart!
Trinity strives to have worship that is historically liturgical but also meaningful and relevant for today’s world. Each service offers liturgical portions that correspond with the current season of the church year and the current theme for the service. Communion is offered at nearly every service, providing worshipers with the hands-on experience of receiving Christ’s true body and blood for their encouragement and forgiveness. Children are welcomed and encouraged at all services.
From Bach and taizé chants to contemporary music, music is offered in a great variety of styles to provide personal meaning. All music is chosen to be accurate according to Lutheran doctrine and appropriate for expressing our praise.
Trinity offers six services each weekend:
Traditional service with hymns and organ music
8:30 and 11am, Sunday
Traditional service with hymns and organ music, special music on festival Sundays, choral music in season
Contemporary music with liturgical elements
8:30 and 11am, Sunday
Contemporary music with liturgical elements, relaxed atmosphere