We Believe

God is three persons in one: the Father, who created and sustains the world; the Son, who lived as a human being, died, and rose from the dead; and the Holy Spirit who works God’s will in the world. (Matthew 28:18-21)

The Bible is the infallible word of God, spoken through human writers. It is the sole authority, guide and standard for all that we do. (2 Peter 1:20-21; 2 Timothy 3:16-17)

Sin exists in every person. It is the cause of the bad things people do to each other. (Romans 5:12, 18-19)

Everyone will have existence after death – either in heaven or hell – forever and without end. God has a plan to end the world, when He will judge everyone – both the living and the dead. (Matthew 25:31-46)

We believe in the sign of the cross. It is a symbol used by all Christians. The cross symbolizes the terrible death that Jesus suffered as punishment for our sins. The empty cross is a symbol of Jesus’ victory over sin and death. (Colossians 2:13-15)

We Believe In

Grace alone – God loved the world, though we do not deserve His love. He sent His Son to love the unlovely and save the ungodly. (Ephesians 2:8-10)

Faith alone – Jesus has provided for our forgiveness and life; those who hear this promise and believe it, have what it offers. People don’t “get” faith; God gives it as He gives us His promises. (Romans 1:16-17)

Scripture alone – The Bible is the only source that shows God’s will and the only basis for faith. (2 Timothy 3:16-17)

We Believe That

Baptism (for children and adults) and Communion are a means by which God gives people His grace. The Bible never says God’s promises only hold true for adults or for those who are able to understand. Our right standing with God does not depend on our decision to come to Him, but rather on His coming to us. (Acts 2:38-39; Matthew 26:26-28)

God is loving and that He offers forgiveness and eternal life as a free gift because of Jesus Christ. Salvation is a free gift.

We believe that no matter how hard we try, we cannot earn God’s forgiveness or a place in heaven. It is a free gift we receive only through faith in Jesus Christ. (Galatians 2:15-21)

 

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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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A New Adult Membership Class will start on Sunday February 10th, during the S.S./Bible Class hour, in the church sanctuary. Whether you have questions about Christ or want to deepen your faith in Him, this class will explore what the Bible says about our God, and how His love gives direction and meaning to your life today and forever. This class is designed for those who are interested in learning or reviewing the foundations of the Christian faith. Attendance at the class may lead to membership in our church, but there are no obligations. If you plan to attend, please let Pastor Thomas know so we can have enough materials on hand. ... See MoreSee Less

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TRINITY MEMBERS...we need your help! Since the inception of our little newsletter back in 1987, it's only name has been "Newsletter." We think it's time for it to have a name that represents Trinity. Can you help us out? Do you have a name that will represent Trinity better moving into the future? Something simple but powerful? Not too long but speaks volumes? You can respond to this post with your idea or drop your idea in the white box in the entryway at church. Deadline for submitting is Sunday, February 17th. ... See MoreSee Less

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Trinity Lutheran Church - Orchard Farm MO

Trinity Lutheran Church - Orchard Farm MO has a group within the church known as "The Thrivent Advocates." This group reminds church members of their Action Teams, helps them come up with project ideas, educates members of their Thrivent Choice Dollars and more!

This past Friday night, they used a Thrivent Action Team to make freezer meals at The Dinner Bell in St. Peters, MO. The seed money covered the cost of the meals and the advocates assembled the meals and delivered them to congregants in the church going through hard times. They said it was a fun way to spend a Friday night and an easy way to help out fellow congregants!

How will you use your 2019 Thrivent Action Teams?
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