Worship Information


Thursday, 6:00pm (can be viewed live on our website by clicking the "Thursday Live Service" tab")

Sunday, 9:00am

Education Hour, Sunday 10:30am (Sunday School: September - May)                                                                                                             (Adult Bible Class: Year round)

  October 2019  
Upcoming Events


God's Girls
4:00 PM to 5:30 PM
Daycare Association
6:30 PM to 8:30 PM


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At Trinity Lutheran Church LCMS we believe, teach and confess that Jesus Christ is our Savior and Lord, and that through faith in Him we receive forgiveness of sins, eternal life and salvation.  Being "Lutheran", our congregations accept and teach the Bible-based teachings of Martin Luther that inspired the reformation of the Christian Church in the 16th century.  The teachings of Luther and the reformers can be summarized in three short phrases:  Grace alone, Faith alone, Word alone.
Grace Alone
Salvation is the free gift of God's grace for Christ's sake alone.
Faith Alone
Those who hear this Good News and believe it have the eternal life that it offers.
Word Alone
The Bible is God's inerrant and infallible Word, in which He reveals His Law and His Gospel of salvation in Jesus Christ.

In Christ's Service,

Rev. Dr. Brent Klein


Rev. Dr. Armand J. Boehme


Contact Information  
Trinity Lutheran Church
803 Winona St.
Northfield, Minnesota 55057
Phone (507) 645-4438
Regular Schedule  
Office Hours
  • Office hours are Monday - Thursday, 9:00am-2:00pm Friday, 9:00 am-Noon


Trinity’s fall car cruise was held on Sunday, October 6th.  12 members of the congregation, 4 being first-time participants, traveled in 4 cars to see “sunflower” solar panels,  cruise the Big Woods State Park and see some colorful fall foliage, drive around Roberd’s Lake and see some of the tornado damage there, then to eat at Boonie’s.  The kids playing in Dennison park gave the cars many fine compliments.  Many others enjoyed the “eye candy.”  A good time was had by all:  Ray & Mary Ozmun, Sid & Betty Sorbo, Bryce & Mollie Skaar, Larry & Joan Pralle, Duane & Linda Hutton, and Pastor & Judy Boehme


If you have been in the kitchen recently, you probably have seen our new countertop on the island.  Thank you to Ray Ozmun for purchasing and installing this.
New tablecloths have been purchased to be used for funerals.  The Esther Schatzke family had designated memorial money to pay for them.
Memorial money was also used to purchase a new Advent Wreath for the chapel.  The new wreath uses oil-filled candles, so there will be less mess from the wax.
Altar Guild and Kitchen Committee



November 3rd is All Saints’ Sunday, when we give thanks to God for all those who have died confessing Jesus as their Savior.  As part of the service, we will read the names of those members of Trinity who fell asleep in Jesus since the last All Saints’ Sunday.  If you would like the name of a friend or loved one who died in the Christian faith also included in this remembrance, please contact the church office.


Trinity LWML will hold their annual bake sale on Sunday, November 3 right after the worship service.  There will be a variety of baked goods available so stop by to get your delicious treats.


The Emergency Shelter Houses of the Community Action Center has asked for some specific items that are needed for families in crisis who arrive at the shelter homes without these essential needs.  These items will be made into small kits for each family who comes in that needs one.  Bath soap    2.   Hair brushes   3.  Combs   4.  Toothpaste   5.  Toothbrushes  6.  Shampoo   7.  Q-tips   8.  Sanitary supplies   9.  Lotion   10.  One gallon ziplock bags
Please put your donations in the purple storage tub in the back of the fellowship hall.  Thank you for your donations.



There are a variety of cards for sale in the fellowship hall, they are Christian based cards and are only $.50 each.  We have birthday, anniversary, wedding, baptism ,sympathy, get well, graduation and thank you cards. Stock up for the next couple months or even for the year!


The time for Main Street Living has changed and now airs from 9 - 10 am on Sunday mornings. This new program features pastors from the WFTC, channel 29/9-2 viewer area and will be totally funded by viewers and others who want to keep the Gospel available to those who cannot or do not attend worship services on a regular basis.  The first half hour is a reproduction of This is the Life, a Lutheran Hour Ministries program made popular in the 60s, 70s, and 80s. The second half hour is a modified Lutheran worship service, which is produced locally.


Once again, the Board of Missions is asking for suggestions from the congregation to help decide which missions to support in 2020. There are forms on the table in the Narthex.  Please feel free to pick one up and fill in the necessary information.  Return them to the Mission mailbox in the Ushers’ closet by October 27.  The Board will make our decisions at the November Board meeting and present them to the congregation at the November Voters’ meeting.  Thank you for your input.


We have just begun a new study on evangelism.  In this study we will focus on reaching out to inactive members of our congregation (including family members who rarely, if ever, attend worship).  While it would be helpful if you participated in the basic course of the Everyone His Witness series, you need not to have been a part of that to attend this next series of classes.  If you have questions, please ask Pastor Klein.


Luke 14:11 – “For everyone who exalts himself will be humbled, and he who humbles himself will be exalted.” The fear of the Lord is the beginning of wisdom. That’s called humility. The Lord is God, and we are not. With that in mind, how could we not seek to follow His Word in all aspects of life? Once we see His love for us in the cross of Christ, how could we not trust Him? He knows what He is talking about, and we don’t. He loves us and wants to bless us. If you believe that, then striking out on a path of faithfulness in the realm of stewardship is a lot easier. It just makes sense.

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