Whether you are a life-long Christian or beginning to explore spirituality for the first time, you are welcome at Trinity Lutheran Church.
This faith community is centered in Word and Sacrament and committed to proclaiming God’s grace, mercy and peace to a world in need. We hope that you will join in as, together, we offer ourselves to God through prayer and service to our neighbor. As you browse this site, God give you strength, hope and joy in Christ Jesus for the living of these days.
Holy Week Schedule
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday in Holy Week (April 14, 15, 16)
6 p.m. Holy Eucharist in Christ Chapel
During Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday of Holy Week we gather each day for a brief liturgy to meditate on Jesus’ final days before his death on the cross.
The Three Days of Christ’s death and resurrection
Thursday, April 17 – Maundy Thursday
12 p.m. & 7 p.m. Holy Eucharist in the Nave
1 p.m. A light lunch follows the Noon liturgy
At the heart of the Maundy Thursday liturgy is Jesus’ commandment to love one another. As Jesus washed the feet of his disciples, we are called to follow his example as we humbly care for one another, especially the poor and the unloved. At the Lord’s table we remember Jesus’ sacrifice of his life, even as we are called to offer ourselves in love for the life of the world. You may wish to wear easily removable footwear in order to participate in the ritual footwashing at 7 p.m.
Friday, April 18 – Good Friday
12 p.m. & 7 p.m. Adoration of the Crucified in the Nave
At the heart of the Good Friday liturgy is the passion according to John, which proclaims Jesus as a triumphant king who reigns from the cross. In the ancient bidding prayer we offer petitions for all the world for whom Christ died. This day’s liturgy culminates in the Easter Vigil tomorrow evening.
Saturday, April 19 – The Resurrection of Our Lord– Easter Vigil
7 p.m. The Great Vigil of Easter beginning outside on the Trinity Green
This night is the heart of our celebration of the Three Days and the pinnacle of the church’s year. We gather around a pillar of fire, hear ancient stories of our faith, welcome new sisters and brothers at the font, and share the food and drink of the promised land.
Sunday, April 20 – The Resurrection of Our Lord – Easter Day
7:30-9:15 a.m. Easter Breakfast served in Jeppson Hall
9:00 a.m. Children gather in Jeppson Hall for Easter egg hunt
10 a.m. – Festival Eucharist in the Nave including festival music with Brass, Organ
and Trinity’s choirs – Note there is only one liturgy on this day.
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What does it mean to be Christian? Christians are those who believe that Jesus Christ is risen from the dead and that he continues to enliven his people with his Spirit. On every Sunday we remember Christ's resurrection, but once a year we have a blowout celebration of this central mystery of the faith. Come to celebrate with us.
Readings: (click on the readings to view)
Psalm 118:1-2, 14-24