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Trinity Lutheran Church: Welcome to Our Family

GATHERING people who GROW in faith and SHARE Jesus with all.


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We gather together in worship and fellowship to share in Word and Sacrament ministry, Bible-based sermons, and to the praise and glory of our triune God. This Christ-centered foundation for our faith sets the stage for all we do as Trinity Lutheran Church and School.


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We grow together in Christian Education to strengthen our knowledge of both Law and Gospel at all ages. A thoughtful and thorough study of God's living Word equips us to share the Gospel.


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We go beyond the walls of our church and school to share the love and forgiveness of our Savior Jesus Christ. When we leave the building, we do not leave the church - the Church leaves the building and enters the mission field.


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Christmas Day
“The Begotten of God”
Rev. Timothy D. Smith
9am Sunday, December 25, 2022

FOCUS: The long wait is over—the Savior is born! For many people, the days, weeks, and even months have been filled with anticipation for Christmas. For children, it may be an anticipation of gifts; for others, it may be long-awaited family time enjoyed and all the season brings. For all, we pray the Good News of a Savior born this day in the city of David is the overarching reason to celebrate. Others in history had to wait a much longer
time for their Christmas joy. Approximately seven centuries before “the Word became flesh” (John 1:14), Isaiah would be inspired by the Spirit to proclaim to the people, “The Lord has bared His holy arm before the eyes of all the nations, and all the ends of the earth shall see the salvation of our God” (Isaiah 52:10). Though the people of Isaiah’s day would not experience Christmas as we do, they would hold on by faith to the anticipated
promise of salvation through our Savior who was to come. For us, we give thanks that salvation has come. In the Son of God wrapped in swaddling cloths and lying in a manger, and with the mission for humanity set before Him, “The Lord has bared His holy arm” (Isaiah 52:10). May this promise fulfilled increase our Christmas joy as God still comes to us today in His Means of Grace, that we not only see but often celebrate the salvation of our God.

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