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Worship Information

  • Sunday morning worship services begin at 10:30 AM
  • The entire worship service, including hymns, is printed in the bulletin for ease of use.
    Our worship is traditional, using the Lutheran Book of Worship, With One Voice and Evangelical Lutheran Worship.
  • The Holy Sacrament of Communion is celebrated weekly at 10:30 a.m.   All who believe in Jesus Christ, are baptized and believe Christ’s words, “This is my body; this is my blood,” are welcome at the Communion table.  Children are welcome to receive a blessing at the Lord's table.  
  • Christian Education classes for ages 3 thru grade 5 begins at 10:30 a.m. on Sunday - September through May.  
  • Review our calendar (on the first page of this website), in the worship bulletin or in the  monthly newsletter (also found in this website) for many other opportunities each week.
  • Children’s Sermon - Children are encouraged to come to the front of the sanctuary for the children’s sermon. Children sit on the step in front of the altar while the pastor gives a special message.  Following the children's sermon each child receives a children's bulletin.
  • Children are welcome in worship.  Jesus loves the little children and so do we!  
  • An unattended nursery is provided down in the Sunday School wing in the back hallway.
  •  A chairlift and handicapped parking are available on the west side entrance.  Enter in the little red door for chairlift to the sanctuary.
  • Special Services throughout the year:  
    • Lent - Join us in our Lenten journey to the cross
      • Ash Wednesday Worship - 7:00 pm at Trinity- Imposition of Ashes
      • Weekly Lenten Services  
      • Holy Week: 
        • Maundy Thursday Worship -  7:00 pm (a Maundy Thursday meal open to the public is served between 5:00-6:30 pm)
        • Good Friday Worship is held at Friedens Lutheran Church, Bloomer - 7:00 pm
        • Easter Sunday -  9:00 am at Friedens and 10:30 am at Trinity        
    • Reformation 
      • Join us as we celebrate the birthday of the Lutheran Church.  Reformation Day is the anniversary of when Martin Luther posted his Ninety-Five Theses on the door of the Castel Church in Wittenberg beginning the protestant reformation.   It is tradtion to wear red on the day of celebration.
    • All Saints Sunday - Held the first Sunday in November.  Join us on this special day as we remember those saints who have gone before us.  This day we celebrate the promise of the resurrection.
    • Christmas - Join us as we celebrate the arrival of the infant Christ Child, who came to earth for us.
      • The week before Christmas we offer a special service called Service of Hope (check our events calendar for date and time).  Christmas isn't a always a time of joy and happiness for people.  This special service gives hope to deal with the holidays.
      • Christmas Eve Worship - December 24th - Join us for our traditional candle light service at 11:00 pm (special music begins at 10:30 pm).