Trinity lutheran churchschool

Welcome to Trinity Lutheran ChurchSchool! What is this place? It's where you meet God, the One who revealed Himself in Jesus Christ! It's where you'll experience the absolute joy of the freedom you have in His forgiveness. It's where your consciences are cleansed by His Word; it's where you gain confidence to live with strength, for you and for your children. It's where you have bible study after bible study, seeking the truth in-depth and personal.

Did you notice "ChurchSchool"? Yes, we do know how to spell but this has purpose in mind. God is working in unity both through the church and the school: at church, He surprises with His Father's forgiveness; at school, He uses the faculty to teach the children of the Father's world. The work is His; we're privileged to be His mouth, hands and feet.

So jump on in, join us on the journey to heaven! 

Trinity Lutheran School is

a nationally accredited school, our curriculum is based on standards developed by national, state, and local institutions. What sets us apart? Our faith in Christ allows our teachers to integrate the Good News of Christ into every aspect of instruction.

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If you are looking for a safe learning environment for your child - that includes a faith-based education - come check out Trinity Lutheran School (preschool-eighth grade).

We have an amazing, patient, and caring staff that would love to partner with you and your child, growing together -  both academically and spiritually.

For more information or to set up a time to come check out our school, contact Jennifer at 563-322-5224.

We hope to hear from you soon.

Learn what Trinity School is all about by CLICKING HERE.


If there’s one person that should be the most excited about the arrival of Pastor Matthew Schilling, it’s got to be the church secretary – right?

“It’s been hard to contain the excitement,” said Janet Levetzow, who mans Trinity’s church office. “It’s been quite a journey the last couple of years, but God has provided, and I am ready to move ahead.”

Pastor Schilling will be installed as Trinity’s full-time Associate Pastor on June 11 at 2 pm. in the church. There will be a reception in the Fellowship Hall after the service to meet Pastor Schilling and his wife, Karen, and their three children, Micah, Clara and Caleb.

Pastor Schilling’s arrival marks the first time in 867 days – Pastor Vokt was called home on Jan. 25, 2021 - that Trinity will have two full-time pastors on staff.

“It will be wonderful to watch as the pastors and staff lead Trinity into the future,” Janet said. “Our families, the school parents and students need to know about Jesus. The days are challenging, but I’m excited to see how things work out.”

So are others.

“It will be a blessing to have Pastor Schilling working on strengthening our Family Ministry,” said James Ullman, who teaches first grade and is a member of Trinity’s Elders Ministry Team.

“Pastor Schilling will be a new set of eyes for Trinity – seeing things from a different view,” said Lisa Lindholm, who is a member of Trinity’s Board of Directors.

It’s OK to be super excited – even if you are not the church secretary.


Things are moving with the Education Savings Account (ESA) process.

Below is a summary of the new law, which phases in an ESA program over the next three school years:

2023-2024 school year: An ESA is available to all Iowa students entering kindergarten, students transferring from a public school or home school within Iowa, and Iowa students currently enrolled in a private school living in a family with an income of less than 300% of poverty level guidelines.

2024-2025 school year: An ESA is available to any student who received an ESA in the previous year, plus all incoming kindergarteners, and currently enrolled private school students living in a family with income of less than 400% of poverty.

2025-2026 school year: An ESA is available to all K-12 Iowa students, regardless of family income.

In year one, the value of the ESA is $7635 - the amount that will be placed into an account for the benefit of one named student. The account will remain active as long as the student continues their K-12 education in a certified nonpublic K-12 school. Funds left over after graduation or transfer to a public school are returned to the State.

If you believe your total family income may fall below 300% of the federal poverty guideline, we encourage you to apply. 

Trinity informational meeting dates:

May 31  6:30 p.m.   Fellowship Hall

June 5  6:30 p.m.   Fellowship Hall

June 10  9 a.m.   Fellowship Hall

June 13  10 a.m.   Fellowship Hall

June 20  6:30 p.m.   Fellowship Hall

June 28  6:30 p.m.   Science Room

ESA applications will open on May 31, 2023, and close on June 30, 2023.


Trinity is accepting job applications for its Shining Stars program for the 2023-24 school. 

The part-time openings are Monday-Friday from 2 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.

Trinity is also seeking a fourth-grade teacher for the 2023-24 school year. Please contact Bill Meyer at if interested.

For more information, contact Deje Jensen at

Trinity Lutheran Church is

on a mission EQUIPPING people to GROW in Christ at home and go in SERVICE to the world.

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Weekend worship service details

Listed is how you can follow along and take part during our worship services:

  • In-Person worship services:
  • Saturday at 5 p.m. 
  • Sunday at 8 a.m. (also live-streamed, see details below).
  • Sunday at 10:45 a.m.
  • Sunday 12:15 p.m. (the first and third Sunday of each month).

HOW CAN I VIEW SUNDAY'S SERVICE?: You can watch  Sunday's worship service by CLICKING HERE

CAN I STILL SUBMIT MY OFFERING?: Yes, you can submit your Act of Grace - or make a donation to Trinity at any time - by CLICKING HERE.