Trinity Lutheran Church (LCMS)
"Trinity"

Is the name of our Christian community. The Bible clearly speaks of God the Father, God the Son (Jesus Christ) and God the Holy Spirit....It also clearly presents that there is only one God....Thus the term: "Tri" meaning three and Unity meaning one, Tri+Unity=Trinity.. Our one God reveals Himself to us in a special kind of community.
 

 

A Community of Faith
 
In the 16th century, Martin Luther was responsible for the start of the period we know as the Reformation and the beginning of the Lutheran Church. The three principles that under gird the Lutheran faith are: Scripture, Faith and Grace. Only by faith in Jesus Christ do we receive forgiveness. Through faith in Him we come into a relationship of peace with God.
 

 
 

What We Offer

Food Pantry for needful persons and families, donations welcome.

Trinity Christian Preschool- A Christian half day program for children 3 and 4 years old.

Opportunities to assist at area soup kitchen and to volunteer at local outreach agencies.

Refugee and Immigrant Outreach: Volunteers help meet the physical and spiritual  needs of Africans and other displaced groups in the Utica area. Transportation to worship available.

Musical opportunities for singing and playing instruments.

Midweek and Sunday Bible studies for growth in faith and support for daily living. Sunday School for children ages 3 and up.

Christan action group for women Lutheran Women's Missionary League. (LWML)

Services & social opportunities for families, youth and seniors

 


 

Mission StatementAs a Christ centered congregation, our purpose at Trinity is to:
Call people to faith in Jesus Christ
  • Celebrate God's presence among us through worship
  • Commission every member to serve in ministry
  • Connect people together in caring relationships
  • Commit to growth in the knowledge and love of God
Trinity is a congregation of the Lutheran Church in
the Missouri Synod. We are one of 6,100 congregations
totaling 2.6 million members. 

We believe that God desires to give us and abundant and fulfilled life. 
 
"I came that they might have life and have it in abundance." John 10:10

That all people are welcome in God's presence, not on the basis of our works or worthiness, but by the grace of God.

"For by grace have you been saved through faith; and this is not your own doing, it is the gift of God." Ephesians 2:8
 
That God loves everyone dearly and desires to give us eternal life. 
 

 

 


Trinity Lutheran Church • Utica, NY • 315-732-7869  © 2018