Maundy thursday Service April 9, 2020

Listed is how you can follow along and take part during April 9, 2020 Maundy Thursday worship service:

HOW TO VIEW THE WORSHIP SERVICE: The only way that you will be able to take part in our Maundy Thursday service is to view it online.


WHEN DOES THE SERVICE START?: April 9, 2020 service begins at 6:30 p.m.

CAN I STILL SUBMIT MY OFFERING?: Yes, you can submit an offering for our service - or make a donation to Trinity at any time - by CLICKING HERE.

IF I HAVE QUESTIONS, WHO CAN I CALL?: You can call the church office.

Live Streamed Bible Study

Please join us on Sunday April 5th at 9:30 for a live streamed Bible study given by Pastor Golter.  The study is title "God Remembers Noah" and covers Genesid 8:1-22

Bible Study information:

When:  Sunday April 5, 2020 at 9:30 am

Where to watch: Click Here to view

Follow along with the study Here

If you are following along with Pastor Golter's Bible study, you can use the comment section to ask questions. Pastor will be able to view those questions during the Bible study.

Trinity Prayers

Many of our lives have been turned upside down during these past several weeks, and while we may look back and find a blessing in it, these uncertain times are causing stress and anxiety.

Trinity’s pastoral staff is longing to share the Word and the precious Sacrament of Holy Communion with you inside our church, while the school staff is longing to see your children walk into their classrooms.

In response to this crisis, the Caring Connections Task Force has been created. This task force is formulating plans for how we can all express and demonstrate the love and care of Christ.

One of the plans of this group is shown by the picture of the Tree Cross (pictured above) that now holds the prayer requests that have been nailed there in the past couple of days. Prayer requests can be emailed to or by filling out our online form here.

All requests will be nailed to the tree that is in the sanctuary. God hears. God listens. God answers all prayers. 

trinity lutheran church uPDATE

+ No Divine Services presently, Mid-week and Weekends. We will reassess on March 30. This includes all meetings, Bible studies, Lenten Dinners and any scheduled activities.

+ The Wednesday evening service 6:30 p.m., along with the Sunday 8 a.m. service will be live-streamed and available to watch online, you can CLICK HERE.

+ The Church Office will be open 8 a.m. to noon, Monday through Friday.

+ Be intentional with your daily bible and devotional readings and prayer. We will send notes of comfort and strength during this time.

+ If you desire Holy Communion, please contact either of the pastors. Times may be set up, and the small chapel may be used.

holy week 2020 schedule

Trinity Lutheran Church

Coming Home: Trinity is a connecting place, where God connects with you and you with your God, through His Word and the Holy Sacraments.  Home is where you are designed to be:  hearing God's forgiveness, and singing hymns with others.  He has no concerns for what has happened in your past; neither do we.

What Will You Find:  Big and little people, rejoicing in the marvelous grace of God in Jesus Christ. Pastors and teachers dedicated to teaching over 400 school children. Multiple bible studies, new and old believers who are full of hunger and a passion for God’s Word. We’re dedicated to making a difference in this world.  We would love to have you join us!


Divine Services:

Please note that all public services have been suspended.  You may view the services online by Clicking Here.

We believe that children belong in Worship!  However, if your child is in need of a break, nursery assistance is available during all of our Sunday morning services.

We are located on the corner of W. Central Park and Marquette Ave in Davenport, IA.

1122 W. Central Park Ave | Davenport, IA 52804

It’s time to celebrate

Trinity Lutheran ChurchSchool is celebrating its 150th Anniversary.

What a wonderful and glorious opportunity.

As part of our year-long celebration, Trinity will be having several opportunities to recall and reflect on the many memories and milestones during the past 150 years.

Celebrations on Jan. 26, May 3, Sept. 13 and Oct. 25 will welcome back former pastors and students and also will include presentations and meals – a great opportunity for fellowship, food and fun.

The theme for our 150th anniversary is: Built on the Rock, Forward in Faith.

Come learn with us

At Trinity, we greatly value Christian education and strongly feel that Christians are life-long learners, continually growing in Christ.  We offer several classes throughout the week.


A Genesis Study (9:30 am) (Fellowship Hall)

Who am I and what am I doing here? (9:30 am) (School Library)


LWML Bible Study  (6:30 pm) (Church Library)


Women's Bible Study (9:00 am) (Chapel)

LWML Bible Study  (10:00 am Second Tuesday of each month) (Church Library)


Pastor Golter Study (10:15 am) (School Library)


Trinity Men's Bible Study (7:30 am) (Trinity Hall)

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Lutheran Church Missouri Synod

Our congregations accept and preach the Bible-based teachings of Martin Luther that inspired the reformation of the Christian Church in the 16th century. The teaching of Luther and the reformers can be summarized in four phrases: Grace alone, Faith alone, Scripture alone, Christ alone.

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Sunday school

Trinity Sunday School promotes learning and building a relationship with God through Bible stories, songs, crafts, and activities.

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Join us at Trinity

Become a member of Trinity if you are desiring to have an ever-growing relationship with Jesus, if you have a hunger for God’s word, and if you recognize your need for Christian community, a “faith family” who help hold you accountable and provide love and support.

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give to trinity

We give in gratitude and thankfulness for all which the LORD has given to us.  These gifts allows Trinity Lutheran ChurchSchool to equip people to grow in Christ, so that we may go in service to the church, the community, the country, and the world.

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