“Dearest members of Trinity, In compliance with Governor Walz executive order please bring a mask to services for the time being. Extra masks are available at the door.  Thank You,  Pastor Jacobsen”

As we resume holding live Worship- we ask that all please observe social distancing.  Please follow ushers directions and be considerate of others during these times.   To lower possible contact please proceed to the parking lots after you receive Holy Communion.  If you feel ill or don’t feel comfortable attending please feel free to stay home.  We will continue to record and have services available for viewing on Facebook and/or YouTube.

Pastor Jacobsen is doing live Bible Study Devotions on Facebook weekday mornings at 9am.  They will also be available for viewing afterwards at any time there or also on our YouTube site.

We have a new Facebook page – Trinity and Concordia Lutheran Church.   Check it out for Pastor Jacobsen’s live weekday Bible Studies and also for video Worship Services.  Access in the “Links” section

YouTube Home Page – we now have a home-base page on YouTube as well.  Now all videos of Worship Services, Devotional studies and other events are now accessible from a common playlist.  For fast access, click on “YouTube Home Page” in the “Linkssection.

Main Street Living – Sunday mornings on TV. The first half hour features an episode of the Lutheran produced series This is the Life . The second half-hour is an LCMS service of Worship led by an area LCMS Pastor. It is complete with confession and absolution, Scripture lessons, hymns, prayers, and a sermon.

KFUO LCMS Radio – good resource for Sermons, devotions, Bible study, and many other features. Access by clicking on its link in the Links section

Daily Prayers – from LFS, click on in the Links section

Festival of St. Michael & All Angels

On September 29th we observe the Festival of St. Michael and all Angels.  The word Angel comes from the greek angelos, which means messenger. Angels are not divine but created beings.  They act at the Lord’s direction to speak His words, carry out His actions, or bring judgment or salvation.  The phrase from the Nicene […]