Trinity Lutheran Church

Worship the Lord with gladness;
come before him with joyful songs

Psalm 100:2


Order of Service

Welcome! - If you arrive in time for Sunday School, youth Bible study, or adult Bible study, feel free to join the appropriate group.

Prelude - We praise our merciful God through music.

Opening Hymn - We sing and praise our merciful God.

Invocation - We call on God to be present in our worship.

Confession and Forgiveness - We bring our sins to God and ask for forgiveness.

Three Bible readings

Sermon Hymn - We praise our merciful God through music.

A Sermon - The pastor preaches on the previous Bible readings.

The Apostles' or Nicene Creed - We confess our Christian faith, what we believe.

Prayers - We thank God for His blessings and ask Him to help us with any struggles which weigh on our hearts.

Offering - We take the opportunity to give back the blessings we've received from our generous God.

Holy Communion - We celebrate Communion. We believe that in communion we receive the true body and blood of our Lord Jesus Christ, in, with, and under the bread and wine, given and shed for us, for the forgiveness of our sins, life, and salvation.

Welcoming guests - Visitors are given the opportunity to introduce themselves to the congregation and be welcomed.

Benediction - The pastor blesses the congregation before they depart.

Closing Hymn - We sing and praise our merciful God.

Postlude - We praise our merciful God through music.

O Come, let us worship and bow down;
let us kneel before the Lord our Maker!

Psalm 95:6

Sacred Rites

All special Sacred Rites are not only for the members of Trinity but also for non-members.
For more information, please contact Church Office

Baptism Service

Trinity baptizes Christians of all ages as the Bible has instructed us. Baptisms may occur during a Sunday worship service or at a private Sacred Rites at the request of the family.

Matthew 28:19
"Therefore go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit"

For more information if you would like to arrange a baptism for yourself or your child, please contact Church Office

Confirmation Service

Trinity offers a two year Confirmation class, which informs young teens from the 7th Grade on about the old and new testaments. Though engaged teaching of the bible, the fun experience of going through the confirmation class will leave a life long basis for growing your faith. After the weekly confirmation class from 9:30am to 10:30 am the teens will confirm their faith in a church service with their families, friends and the loving congergation.

For more information, please contact Church Office

Wedding Service

Weddings are a cause to celebrate and Trinity is happy to open its doors to members and non-members looking for a facility for a Christian wedding service. The main floor of the sanctuary comfortably seats 180 people and the balcony seats another 20.

For more information, please contact Church Office

Funeral Service

While the loss of a loved one is difficult to deal with, we trust in Jesus’ words, as He says in John’s Gospel,

John 11:35
“I am the resurrection and the life. The one who believes in me will live, even though they die.”

While in Germany most memorial services occur at cemetery chapels or funeral homes, Trinity also offers the possibility of a memorial service for those who have died in the faith, seeking to provide comfort for family and friends during these difficult times.

For more information, please contact Church Office

Enter his gates with thanksgiving
and his courts with praise;

Psalms‬ ‭100‬:‭4‬

Special Worship

Holy Week

The Lenten service begins with the Soup and Devotion Services.
Soup at 6:00 PM followed by devotion at 7:00 PM. Every Wednesday we provide soup and a devotional service for all Christians who would like to attend.
Through Holy Week Trinity Lutheran Church has a variety of services that help you to commemorate the week from Palm Sunday through The Resurrection of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.

Palm Sunday Worship
Maundy Thursday Worship
Good Friday Worship
Easter Breakfast
Easter Worship

Advent Week

The Church Year begins with Advent, which means the coming of Christ. This time prepares us for Jesus' birth, so we have our traditional Candlelight service every year on Christmas Eve. We also have Christmas Caroling at the Bürgerhospital, to fill the sick people with the joy of the coming of Jesus Christ.

Childrens' Special Worship
Lessons and Carols Worship
Candle Light Christmas Eve Worship