Mission Statement

Trinity’s mission is:  

To help our neighbor make a positive, life-changing connection with Jesus Christ.


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Trinity is part of the Lutheran association Lutheran Congregations in Mission for Christ. You can find out more at their website, www.lcmc.net

 Statement of Faith We believe in the Triune God—God the Father, God the Son, and God the Holy Spirit. We acknowledge one God in these three persons. We believe that God the Father created the universe He is loving, compassionate, just and kind. His deepest desire is to live in an intimate relationship with all people. We believe that, because of His desire to live in a relationship with us, God became a human being. Jesus Christ, born of a virgin, is fully God and fully man. Through His death and resurrection, Jesus made it possible for all people to live in a relationship with God. We believe that Jesus Christ is the Way, the Truth, and the Life. Through Him and Him alone can people enter into a relationship with God. We believe that the Holy Spirit is the presence of Jesus Christ among us. Through Him God loves us, empowers us and lives in us. The Spirit gives gifts to all believers. We believe in all the gifts of the Spirit and encourage their use. We believe that the Bible is the Word of God. Through it, God reveals Himself to us. The entire Bible is God-breathed and God-inspired. The Old and New Testaments are the norm and guide upon which we base our faith. We believe that the church, be it a local congregation or the worldwide fellowship of believers, is the body of Christ. As His Body, we are called to worship Him, serve Him and be the vehicle through which the Good News in its fullness is shared with the world. We affirm and identify with the confessions of the Lutheran Church, especially the following: The Apostolic, the Nicene, and the Athanasian Creeds; the Unaltered Augusburg Confession; Luther’s Small Catechism; and the Book of Concord of 1580. We affirm the centrality of grace alone, faith alone, and Word alone. We believe in and practice the Sacraments of Baptism and Holy Communion. We believe that through the waters of Baptism, God comes to us to adopt us as His children. Through Baptism, God gives the gift of new life. We affirm the baptism of infants. We believe that through the Lord’s Supper, God comes to love us and forgive us. It is a meal of renewal. Jesus is really present in the meal. We believe in the worth and value of the human being. Created in God’s image, humans have dignity. Their worth is dependent not on accomplishments, but on God’s love. Because God sees humanity as worth dying for, we affirm and acknowledge the dignity of humans. At the same time we acknowledge that humanity is separated from God because of sin. We joyfully proclaim the Good News that because of Jesus Christ, forgiveness is a possibility. It is that forgiveness that restores fallen humanity’s worth.

We believe in and anticipate the return of Jesus Christ. Though we don’t know the day or hour, we joyfully proclaim His soon return to inspire all people to make the most of life today.

Marks of Discipleship

Members of Trinity strive to follow these seven Marks of Discipleship, found in scripture and through our own experiences to bring us closer to Christ:

1. I will worship regularly 2. I will make prayer and Biblical study a part of my daily life small group 1 3. I will support my church financially as I am able 4. I will serve in a ministry based on my spiritual gifts and talents 5. I will be involved in a small group, class or ministry team that meets on a regular basis (once every 1-4 weeks) and includes Bible study and personal fellowship 6. I will commit myself to sharing my faith with others in word and deed 7. I will protect the unity of our church by: – Acting in love toward other members – Refusing to gossip – Supporting our leaders – Resolving conflict according to Matthew 18:15-17
– Living a godly life

The Peacemaking Church

Trinity is a peacemaking congregation, committed to the biblical principles for dealing with conflict. To learn more, visit the Peacemakers website by clicking here.

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