Q: Is Holy Trinity affiliated with a particular denomination?

A: Yes, we are affiliated with the Lutheran Church Missouri Synod, a Biblically-based church body where teachings can be summarized in three phrases: Grace alone, Faith alone, Scripture alone. The LCMS has more than 2.3 million baptized members in some 6,200 churches. Its congregations operate the largest Protestant parochial school system in America (www.lcms.org).

 

Q: How do I get involved at Holy Trinity?

A:  Attending Sunday Worship is a great first step. You'll find out what's happening in and around Holy Trinity in our Sunday bulletin. Learn more about - Next Steps

 

Q: Do you baptize adults or just infants?

A: We baptize people of all ages, including infants. We believe it's a gift, commanded for God's "kids" of ALL AGES  - infants to seniors. If you would like to be baptized, check out the “Next Steps” page.  If you want to study deeper into how and why we live out the sacrament of Baptism, let us know so we can connect you with our pastor. 

 

Q.  Do you provide Confirmation classes?

A: Yes. Jr. Confirmation classes are held for middle schoolers twice a month on Wednesday nights at 5 pm via zoom throughout the school year.  Adult Confirmation Classes are held throughout the year.  Learn more about confirmation by going to the “Next Steps” tab. 

 

Q: What do you offer for children on Sunday mornings?

A: During the 9:00 am worship service in the fellowship hall, families begin worship together until the sermon, then children are dismissed for Sunday School.  After the sermon, children are brought back to participate in the remainder of the service.  During the 10:30 am worship service in the sanctuary, children stay with their parents for the entirety of the service.  There is a children’s message each week prior to the sermon and busy bags are available in the church lobby to be used during the service.