Sunday January 17, 2021 Service

Listed is how you can follow along and take part during our Second Sunday after Epiphany service:


  • 01-16 Saturday 5:00 pm
  • 01-17 Sunday 8:00 am
  • 01-17 Sunday 10:45 am

SUNDAY SERVICE WILL BE LIVE-STREAMED.  You can watch the service by CLICKING HERE.  The service starts at 8:00 a.m.

HOW CAN I FOLLOW ALONG?: You can follow along with our service by viewing the bulletin by CLICKING HERE

HOW CAN I VIEW PREVIOUS SERVICES?: You can watch any recorded service by CLICKING HERE

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.


Trinity will be celebrating its past on Jan. 31. 

The focus of the 150th Anniversary celebration is Lutheran education. Trinity will welcome Michael Tanney as its guest preacher. Pastor Tanney, who is the Senior Pastor at St. Johns Lutheran in St. Louis, served as Trinity’s Director of Christian Education from 1999-2002. 

Jan (Schanbacher) Doellinger, who served as a teacher and principal at Trinity, will be presenting on the challenges in Lutheran education during the Sunday Bible study hour, beginning at 9:30 a.m. The celebration will be held in conjunction with National Lutheran Schools Week.


Divine Services:

Saturday evening service: 5:00 pm.

Sunday 8:00 am & 10:45 am

We also live stream our Sunday morning 8:00 am service which can be viewed 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. mappin

1122 W. Central Park Ave | Davenport, IA 52804

Visitor Policy

Beginning on Sept. 8, Trinity’s visitor policy will undergo changes – this includes both church and school families during business hours Monday-Friday.

Because of COVID, some prominent changes include: all visitors will be asked to call the school before entering the building.  (563-322-5224)

Trinity’s vestibule will be limited to four individuals, so you may have to wait before entering the building. 

Our secretary in the vestibule will screen all visitors before they will be allowed to navigate to their destination. 

Stay tuned for more details.

Sunday Bible Study

Pastor Golter's One-Week Bible Study will not meet again this Sunday at 9:30 am in the Fellowship hall.

Tell Me more About... Why am I a Lutheran? It's how I was brought up? Because of my spouse? But bottom line, why am I a Lutheran? In Pastor Golter's study today, we'll watch and critique what another Lutheran pastor says. Then we'll ex-plore the Scriptures and then get what the early Lutherans thought. Is this question really that important? Why not at least consider it?

You can view any recorded bible study Here


At times, it has erupted into protests, violence, arson and looting. Distrust and suspicions arise on both sides. What we forget is that we are all creatures of God, equally children of Adam and Eve. We forget that our first parents were created in the image of God, that image is an important unifying force that defines our shared human identity. We forget that God loves the beautiful diversity of His human creation as much as He loves the vast array of plants and animals He has created. And we forget that His Son, Jesus Christ, has redeemed each and every one of us.

This Bible study will seek to pull back the covers over the racial issues that divide us so that we can better understand one another and search the Scriptures for a hopeful path forward.

Pastor Vokt will be leading this class starting October 11th, at 9:30 am in the school library.

in-person Divine Services

Trinity Lutheran is taking every precaution to make sure our place of worship is a safe environment, with cleaning precautions and having hand sanitizer bottles and masks available.


We are asking that our brothers and sisters in Christ do their part as well when attending the Divine Service.


We strongly encourage all worshipers to wear masks when attending worship services.


We ask that you continue to social distance, and also follow the safety cues that are listed in the service bulletin.


We also ask that you do not attend worship services if you aren’t feeling well, have a cough, fever, chills, muscle aches, shortness of breath or difficulty breathing, sore throat or new loss of taste or smell, or if you have been exposed to someone who hasCOVID-19.


We also are opening the chapel area for more seating and an opportunity for social distancing. 


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!

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.

Trinity will be resuming its in-person children's Sunday School on Oct. 4. 

We are asking that all families sign up their child(ren).You can sign up at

There will be pandemic procedures before the start of Sunday School, including taking temperatures.

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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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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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