GOD is the omnipotent, omniscient, omnipresent one, and the believer’s worship must be pleasing to Him, and thus never taken lightly or done carelessly. In order for worship to be acceptable, it must be in the name of Christ, guided by the Holy Spirit, and in conformity with the Word of God.
The Christian can pray to and worship God directly only because of Christ’s death and resurrection (Heb. 9:714). Christ opened the way into the most holy presence of God, so that the believer may now enter and worship.  True worship, which is acceptable to God, is that which the Spirit inspires.
God does not accept a pretended worship. It is possible to bow the head and even the body without bowing the soul in reverence before God. The true worshiper approaches God with a desire to glorify Him and enjoy Him. He comes without showiness and pride, but with sincerity and an offering of gratitude and prayer (John 4:24).





Joining us for a Sunday morning worship service is one of the best ways to learn more about what we believe, teach, confess and do here at Trinity Lutheran Church and School. We are “disciples making disciples” by proclaiming the truth of God’s Word, sharing the love of Christ, caring for one another, and serving our neighbor’s in Jesus’ name. We hope you will find that truth, love, caring and service are words that describe who we are by God’s grace and what we do through faith in Jesus Christ!

Our services are at 8:00AM and 10:30AM each Sunday. In between services we have a time of fellowship starting around 9:15AM, with Bible study for adults and Sunday school for children ages 3-years through high school.

You can enter the building from the parking lot at either the Church entrance or the School/Family Center entrances on the west side of the building.

Once inside Greeters will welcome you and can direct you to restrooms, the Sanctuary, Family Center or Sunday school classrooms. They can also answer questions you may have or introduce you to someone who can.

Ushers and the Elders on duty for the service will also greet you, provide you with a bulletin containing information for the worship service, and direct you to a seat. They can also answer any questions you may have and, if time allows, introduce you to our pastor before the service begins.

To get a taste of a Sunday morning before you visit us in person, click here to see a video of a recent service with extra explanations.  Here is a link to the Lutheran Church Missouri Synod definition of our liturgy for our services.