Worship this Sunday

  • Sun
    29
    Nov
    2020

    We invite you to worship with us during this pandemic either in-person or online.

    Holy Eucharist is offered in the Trinity Nave at 10:00 a.m. every Sunday. All attendees wear face-masks and follow posted physical distancing guidelines. Up to six singers with masks sing from the organ gallery during the liturgy. The assembly does not sing. We commune with the bread only, received directly from the Presiding Minister in mask and gloves. This worship service is also available to watch and hear online via our Vimeo channel or through our congregational website.

    In light of the ongoing risk posed by the coronavirus we invite you to make a responsible and healthy decision regarding your participation in our worship. Lutherans teach and confess that Christ is present in the assembly gathered around the proclaimed Word of God, in the water and the Word of Holy Baptism, and in the shared meal of bread and wine at Holy Communion.

    BIBLE READINGS, PSALM & SONG, & THEMES

    Isaiah 64:1-9 God will come with power and compassion

    1 Corinthians 1:3-9 Gifts of grace sustain us

    Mark 13:24-37 The coming of the Son of Man

    Psalmody: Psalm 80:1-7, 17-19 Let your face shine upon us, and we shall be saved

    Hymn of the Day: Hymn 435, Lo! He Comes with Clouds Descending, HELMSLEY

    This coming Sunday is the first Sunday of Advent. Christ is “advancing” towards us. In the past, God came to us in the life of Jesus. In the present, God comes especially in word and sacrament. In the future, even if there is disaster, God will come to gather us into life. This Sunday we light the first candle on our Advent wreath, and we begin a year-long reading from the Gospel of Mark.

Whether you are a life-long Christian or beginning to explore spirituality for the first time, you are welcome at Trinity Lutheran Church. We are committed to God through prayer and service to our neighbor, proclaiming God’s grace, mercy and peace to a world in need.


As you browse this site, God give you strength, hope and joy in Christ Jesus for the living of these days.