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Covid-19 Update

Due to the Covid-19 outbreak, we are meeting online for worship and not in person.

This is not a cancellation. The Word of God is not cancelled. We are simply moving to a live stream. Regular Sunday services will continue at 10:30 am, and Lenten services will continue on Wednesday evenings at 7:00.

You will be able to watch the archived recording if you miss the live meeting, but I strongly encourage you all to tune in at the regular time. If we can’t be in the same room together, at least we can hear the same the Word of God at the same time.

You can access current and past services at our sermons page.

I will miss being gathered together in person.

Stay healthy.
“Love your neighbor” (Lev. 19:18).
“Be subject to the governing authorities” (Rom. 13:1).
May the peace of Christ be with you all.

-Pastor Dan Antal

Who We Are

We are forgiven sinners who are united together through faith in Jesus Christ.

We accept the Holy Scriptures as the true and authoritative Word of God, and we accept the historic Lutheran confessions as an accurate explanation of God’s Word.

We are a member congregation of the Association of Free Lutheran Congregations.

What we believe

Our Mission

Trinity Free Lutheran Church exists for the building up and extension of God’s Kingdom. This is not our own work. Rather, it is the work of the Holy Spirit through the Word of God and the Sacraments (Baptism and the Lord’s Supper). We seek to use the various gifts God has given us to edify fellow believers in the faith, bring salvation to the lost, and show God’s mercy to all.

What to Expect

We invite you to join us on Sunday mornings at 10:30. You will hear the good news of Jesus Christ, crucified and risen for the forgiveness of our sins.

Our liturgy is traditional, yet simple. We use the Ambassador Hymnal for our liturgy and music.

The Lord’s Supper is received the first Sunday of every month. It is open to those who have been catechized and confirmed in the Christian faith and who believe that Jesus is truly present, with his body and blood for the forgiveness of sins.