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When you come to worship or visit, you will be warmly welcomed. We are a member congregation of the North American Lutheran Church (NALC).

From Pastor Maki: 
    “I realize that you have not heard from me since our last worship service on March 15
th but rest assured that a small group of us are working diligently to send the Gospel out to you via social media.  Look for an abbreviated worship service here and on our Facebook.
    “For those who don’t have access to social media I’d like to suggest a couple other worship related opportunities.  Every Sunday morning one of the Lutheran pastors in the area shares a 12 minute sermon on the radio (WMAN 1400) at approximately 7:15 a.m.  I’ve had my turn in the rotation.  Five radio sermons during January and February.
    “For those of you who have Spectrum cable there is a Lutheran worship service broadcast every Sunday from the Chapel at the Missouri Synod Seminary in Fort Wayne, Indiana.  It’s called Worship Alive at 11:30 on channel 12.
    “In times such as these we need to hear the Gospel of Jesus Christ, of His saving grace and many promises for we are a people of faith and not fear, but alas our churches are shuttered, it remains up to us to show others the love of our mighty God and Savior, and to let our light shine among the darkness.  It is only human for us to have fear, but we must rely and trust in our powerful God and Redeemer.”

This and future abbreviated worship services can also be found on our Facebook page here: 

Holy Trinity Council has decided to suspend
all services and activities at the church through Easter.


Council will assess the success of the local and nation wide efforts to contain the virus and discuss decisions by email. At the least we will stay closed until state restrictions are lifted.

The intention is to help prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus. The main concern is that
people can carry and spread the virus even though they don’t yet have any symptoms of COVID-19.

Though services and activities are cancelled, the financial needs of Holy Trinity continue.
Members are asked to mail their offerings to the church office
or to drop them off at the office or into the mail slot to the right of the main entrance.



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