WORSHIP AT TRINITY
Sunday mornings are when we gather together as God's family to worship and receive the gifts God gives to us. Both of our services are full of people young and old, new to the faith and life long Lutherans. Our worship times are:
8:30 am & 11 am
We also have Bible Study and Sunday School at 9:45 am for all ages.
FOR FAMILIES WITH CHILDREN
At Trinity we see children in worship as a blessing and don't mind one bit if they wiggle or make a noise! That said, we also have an unstaffed and fully stocked nursery to use during worship if your little one needs a break!
Our 11am service is live-streamed every week for those unable to attend. You can watch live by going to our YouTube channel.
In addition to our Sunday services, Pastor Peter also offers a special communion service with COVID protocols in place for those individuals who are more at risk/unable to attend on Sundays and desire to receive the sacrament. This service takes place every Wednesday at 1 PM. No reservation needed.
Today, Trinity is a place for God's people to connect, support, and celebrate. Our congregation consists of people of all ages and backgrounds who desire to grow in faith together. Whether you're new to the Christian faith or a life-long believer, Trinity is a place of belonging; and we want you to know you belong here! In addition to Sunday worship, Bible studies, family events, and youth nights are just some of the events going on in any given week. Check out our weekly newsletter at the top of the page for a current look at the events we have going on.
The history of Trinity Lutheran Church in Fenton goes back to 1931 where services took place in the homes of members and were spoken in German. Fast forward to today where we have a much larger location and services, thankfully, are in English! While much has changed in both Fenton and Trinity's history since then, what has remained is Trinity's desire to share the love of Christ to all people in Fenton and the surrounding communities.
Trinity Lutheran Church is a part of the larger denomination The Lutheran Church Missouri Synod and is part of the Michigan District of the LCMS. We are a Christian congregation that believes the Bible is God's very own word, without error, that tells us God's grand story of salvation. More information on our beliefs and doctrine can be found at: https://www.lcms.org/about/beliefs.
Director of Music
Questions? Prayer requests? Interested in an event? Feel free to contact the ministry staff filling out the form on this page.
Mon - Fri: 9am - 2pm
Sunday: 8am - 12pm
1025 Main St.
Fenton, MI 48430