Trinity Lutheran Church is a congregation of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America. We believe we are all connected as one body in Jesus Christ. Through faith and work, we strive to share God's daily bread with all people until no one hungers in spirit or body. Please join us for worship and fellowship and see what Trinity is all about!
WORSHIP Sundays: 9:00 am at Tri-County Chapel
1592 Oneida Street, Menasha
Wednesdays: 7:00 pm, Holden Evening Prayer
at Grace Lutheran Church, 900 N. Mason St, Appleton
Noonhour Philosophers has a NEW LOCATION!
Starting Wednesday, January 4, 2017, Noonhour Philosophers will be held at First English Church at it's downtown location from noon to 1 pm.
First English Church is located on the northwest corner of City Park (Drew and North Streets). Parking is off Ida Street (one short block west of Drew Street). Cross Ida Street and take the long sidewalk to the far door (to the north of the office door).
Get the Winter/Spring schedule in the "Noonhours Philosphers" section under the "Education" tab on the menu bar.
HAPPY NEW YEAR!
Sunday morning services are held at
9 am at Tri-County Chapel at 1592 Oneida Street, Menasha
At this location we will continue to have our Pancake Breakfasts on the first Sunday of the month (the entire Fox Valley Community is invited to attend) and we will continue to create desserts (decorate cookies) for our partnership with Loaves & Fishes.
Wednesday nights services are held at 7 pm at Grace Lutheran Church at 900 N. Mason St., Appleton
Trinity Church Office Update:
Our church offices have been relocated to Grace Lutheran Church at 900 N. Mason Street. We have accepted Grace Lutheran's kind offer to house our offices, meetings, mid-week services, funerals and weddings.
Also, Trinity's new mailing address will be:
P.O. Box 2364
Appleton WI 54912-2364
Community Time is back!
Pancake Breakfast Held the first Sunday of every month at our new location, Tri-County Chapel at 1592 Oneida Street, Menasha.
CHECK OUT THIS BLOG that includes a shout out to Trinity and the tables placed at the front of the sanctuary for children to use during worship. It is definitely worth the read! Engaging in Worship at an Early Age