You are very welcome at our services and activities. We are glad to answer questions you may have, and our office may be reached by phone at (916) 456-8701 or email at email@example.com.
What We Believe
We believe in the Triune God; Father, Son, and Holy Spirit.
We believe that God’s Son, Jesus Christ, died on the cross and rose again for our salvation.
We believe that God offers forgiveness of sins and eternal life to all who believe in Christ.
We believe that the Holy Spirit gives and strengthens faith through the Word of God and the Sacraments of Baptism and Holy Communion. This is a joyous faith that offers strength, courage, and hope to all people.
We believe that Christians express their faith in a life of regular worship, prayer, Bible study, service, and fellowship.
If you have any questions, you are invited to talk with Pastor Bredeson or any church member to learn more about the hope and peace we have in Christ.
Our Sunday Worship Service starts at 10:15 am.
- Holy Communion is offered each service.
- Children are welcome at and encouraged to attend our services. Should you feel the need, you are invited to use our nursery (in the multi-purpose room, next to the kitchen) or sit/walk around in our entryway.
- Nursing mothers and mothers of infants are also invited to use the nursery if they should so choose for their own comfort or privacy.
Lutheran Christians have a rich history of song and active participation in their worship. If you aren’t familiar with our order of worship (liturgy), please feel comfortable and welcome to simply sit and enjoy our friendship and prayers.
Traditional services follow an order of worship from the Lutheran Service Book. A bulletin is given to each person as they arrive that contains all the songs, Bible readings, and the like that will be used in the service, and many services are also fully displayed on two projector screens in the Sanctuary. Any of us are glad to answer questions you may have about our worship and our family at Trinity Lutheran.
- Visitors should in no way feel obligated to contribute during our offerings; offerings are collected as a way for our confirmed members to join in supporting the ministry.
- If you haven’t taken Holy Communion with us before, please read our statement of belief about this Sacrament and talk with the Pastor or one of our Elders before partaking. Respecting concerns for the current health issues, we are currently not using a common cup, but offer individual cups with either red wine or white grape juice (innermost circle of trays). If you would like a gluten-free wafer, please talk to the pastor or an elder before the service.