Worship With Us

If you’re new to Trinity or you’re considering joining us for a worship service, our doors are wide open to people of all backgrounds.

We’re a place to explore Christianity in a comfortable environment, regardless of where you are on your spiritual journey. We hope you will be warmly welcomed and feel at home.

At Trinity, worship is done reverently because of our belief that God is truly present through His means of grace. We have a high regard for both the public preaching of the Word of God, and for the Sacrament of Christ’s Body and Blood. The way we worship is a reflection of what we believe about Jesus.

Most would label Trinity’s worship as a traditional, but it is also truly contemporary. Where many fads have come and gone in the Christian Church, the historic liturgy with its collection of sacred hymns remains timely in each generation.

As one writer has put it, “We are heirs of an astonishingly rich tradition. Each generation receives from those who went before and, in making that tradition of the Divine Service its own, adds what best may serve in its own day–the living heritage and something new.”

Jesus told the Samaritan woman at the well about the water of life, He then taught her about true worship. In the same way, our heritage of showing the way to the Water of Life flows from worship as well.

Our preaching and teachings are founded on the fundamental truth that the Holy Bible is God’s own inspired Word. It is the source of all we believe and teach. Just as water is essential to our earthly bodies, God’s Word is essential to our spirits.

Each service at Trinity proclaims the Law and the Gospel in truth and purity so all may receive the gift of eternal life through faith in Christ Jesus. Pure worship is like a drink of fresh water: spiritually true and eternally satisfying.”

We invite you and your family to join us each week at 8:00 and 10:30 a.m. for worship.

Worship With Us

Sunday Worship

Please join us at 8:00 & 10:30 A.M.

Sunday School and Bible Classes

at 9:15 A.M.

Wednesday Services

at 7:00 P.M. During Advent and Lent

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Behold a host, arrayed in white,
Like thousand snow-clad mountains bright!
With palms they stand;
Who is this band before the throne of light?
These are the saints of glorious fame,
Who from the great affliction came
And in the flood of Jesus’s blood
Are cleansed from guilt and shame.
They now serve God both day and night;
They sing their songs in endless light.
Their anthems ring
As they sing
With angels shining bright.

Today we remember the Saints who have gone before us...
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Are You Ready for Christmas!!! Rev. Mark Hawkinson from KFUO Lutheran Radio is again hosting a bus tour that will be traveling to Perry County, MO on Friday, Dec 14th for their annual Country Christmas Church Tour.

The tour will be visiting many of the historic German churches in the area including: Zion in Longtown, Grace Lutheran in Uniontown, Concordia Lutheran in Frohna, The Saxon Lutheran Memorial, Immanuel Lutheran, and Trinity Lutheran in Altenburg as well as the Lutheran Heritage Museum, and Concordia Log Cabin College.

The cost of the trip will be $45 per person which includes dinner and round trip motor coach transportation. The tour will be leaving from the Lutheran International Center at 1333 S Kirkwood Rd, Kirkwood, MO 63122 on Dec. 14th at 12:00 pm with plans on returning around 9:30 pm that evening.

This event usually sells out fast! If you are interested in joining this much anticipated tour, simply call Rev. Mark Hawkinson at 314-996-1520 as soon as possible to reserve your spot. He will take credit card payment over the phone to pay for your trip and your're all set! Call now before seats are gone. If you have questions or concerns please contact the church office.
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