Important safety details

for in-person worship services


A plan is in place.  Trinity Lutheran leaders have crafted an action plan to ensure the safety of all as we return to in-person worship services.  (Click Here for Details)


As we return to in-person worship services for the first time since the middle of March, we ask that you be patient and flexible and pray for this process.  If you have any questions about the return to the pews process, please contact the church office.

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RSVPs no longer needed for services

Moving forward, Trinity Lutheran no longer will be asking for RSVPs, beginning with this weekend’s worship services.

 

Trinity still will be using the safety guidelines that have been established, including social distancing as well as sitting on the red cushions in the sanctuary.

 

Trinity will continue to live-stream its 8 a.m. Sunday worship service and the Sunday morning Bible study on our Facebook page.   

 

IMPORTANT SAFETY DETAILS FOR

IN-PERSON WORSHIP SERVICES


A plan is in place.  Trinity Lutheran leaders have crafted an action plan to ensure the safety of all as we return to in-person worship services.  (Click Here for Details)


As we return to in-person worship services for the first time since the middle of March, we ask that you be patient and flexible and pray for this process.  If you have any questions about the return to the pews process, please contact the church office.

LOADING PLAYER…

RSVPs no longer needed for services

Moving forward, Trinity Lutheran no longer will be asking for RSVPs, beginning with this weekend’s worship services.

 

Trinity still will be using the safety guidelines that have been established, including social distancing as well as sitting on the red cushions in the sanctuary.

 

Trinity will continue to live-stream its 8 a.m. Sunday worship service and the Sunday morning Bible study on our Facebook page.