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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GET ENROLLED in trinity school TODAY

It's time to get registered for the 2022-23 school year, and Trinity Lutheran would love for you to join our family, which includes hope, help and a home.

Check us out by CLICKING HERE.

For more information regarding registration or scheduling a tour of the school, contact the school at 563-322-5224.

We currently have openings in our preschool-eighth grade.

We hope to hear from you soon.

To receive more information about our school and to set up a time to meet with our Admissions Counselor and Principal CLICK HERE.


Trinity will be having its beginning of the year Tiger Talks on Aug. 8-10.

The Tiger Talks are an opportunity for families to meet with teachers and check out classrooms for the upcoming school year.

A sign-up form was shared via email.

If you have questions, please contact the school at 563-322-5224.


Trinity’s Build Team and the Aspen Group joined forces in the Fall of 2021.

In the past 10-plus months, the two have crafted eye-opening possibilities for our campus – check out the video.

The Build Team is taking questions – which can be shared via email ( - in regards to the plans.

Questions will be accepted through July 10. The plan would be for the Build Team to have responses to the questions by July 31.

There is much work to be done as we move forward with Jesus, for others and into the world.

Stay tuned for more details. 


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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NOTE: The rendering is a potential new look for Trinity School - this is part of the refresh, restore, and repurpose of Trinity's campus.

The renderings paint a spectacular picture.

The video tours - - bring excitement and a taste of what could be for Trinity’s campus.

The possibilities – for the church and school – are much needed.

The price tag – well … it can be a deterrent.

So, where do we find our comfort?

In prayer and Jesus’ words.

“Don’t worry … Don’t be afraid for the Father has been pleased to give you the kingdom. For where your treasure is, there your heart will be also.” (Luke 12)

His Word is our foundation, and our way of life.

His Word is our motor, our energy and fuel, to keep us moving forward.

Let’s Go.

Trinity’s Build Team is pushing the gas pedal.

On Aug. 14 at 9:30 a.m. in the Fellowship Hall, the group (Jacob Spath, Mark Jorgensen, Julie Wall, John Bremer, Tim Davison, Jason Werning and Michelle Warner) will share responses to questions submitted earlier this month, and then bring a next-step resolution to the congregation for a vote.

The Build Team, which has been meeting for more than a year, has partnered with The Aspen Group to craft potential plans for refurbish and expansion.

As we move forward, we walk by faith and trust His promises – our confidence is in Him.

“Now faith is confidence in what we hope for and assurance about what we do not see.” (Hebrews 11:1)

Golter's musings

It’s not on the table.

What, Pastor Golter?

To not do anything, to take another pause.

Trinity, this is a generational moment to move forward, to refresh the facility, to call an associate pastor, to keep preaching the Gospel. We don’t stop.

Just like our Trinity forefathers.

October 9th, 1933: some discussed closing the school. “In view of present economic conditions, it might be well to close the school entirely, or cut down our teaching force.”

January 8th, 1934: “Reverend Harms pointed out 1) the absolute need of our school just during these times… 2) the necessity of helping our school for the present and the future…After a lengthy discussion…it was moved and carried whole-heartedly to continue support our Christian Day school 100%.”

Stopping or pausing was not an option.

So I was reading 2 Chronicles 24. The Lord’s house was in ill-repair. “Joash decided to restore the house of the LORD,” (24:4). They made a chest and set it outside of the gate. The Lord’s people brought their offerings. “And all the princes and all the people rejoiced…” (24:10).

Where God met them through the Word and the OT sacraments, they cherished that location on earth. They adorned that holy place.

Application is so easy here at Trinity.

Refresh, repurpose, and restore the Lord’s House here.

  •          Where Jesus meets us and we meet Him
  •          Where He surprises with full forgiveness.
  •          Where His kids learn of the joy of life with Him.

Bring your offerings, your acts of grace.

It will take all of us. God will surprise.

To not do anything…

It’s not on the table.


Trinity will be hosting a Doxology seminar on Aug. 27.

The focus of the seminar is: A Call to Courage, Confession and Love – Christians in a Woke World.

The presenters for the seminar will be Rev. Paul Dare and Rev. Dr. Korey Maas. Rev. Dare has served as a parish pastor for more than 20 years and is the author of Christians in a Woke World: A Call to Courage, Confession and Love – A Bible Study. Rev. Maas is a rostered LCMS pastor and serves as an Associate Professor of History at Hillsdale College in Michigan.

For more details about the seminar or to get registered, you can go to

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. (masks are required for this service, which is on 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. You can follow along with the 8 a.m. worship service with our service bulletin 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.