Along with our weekly worship life together, Trinity Lutheran Church also celebrates and acknowledges a number of special occasions during the course of a lifetime. These include baptisms, weddings and funerals. We are happy to walk with you in planning and preparing for these important events.
By water and the Holy Spirit we are reborn children of God.
In baptism, God brings the newly baptized into a new relationship with God. That person then becomes part of God’s story of bringing light, life, and love to the whole world.
Since baptism brings the newly baptized into the fellowship of the Church, baptisms usually take place at one of the regular worship services of the congregation. We baptize people of all ages at Trinity, although most of our baptisms are for infants. In addition to parents being involved, sponsors are also named who take on the role of supporting the baptized person in the years to come.
Church membership of the parents is not required for a child to be baptized at Trinity. There is no fee for baptisms to the congregation or the pastor. To arrange for a baptism, please contact the church office either by phone, 952-955-1891, or email, firstname.lastname@example.org.
I give you this ring as a sign of my love and faithfulness.
Congratulations on your engagement! You are at the beginning of an important journey, and we are honored that you want Trinity to share in your joy on the day of your wedding. You will find information regarding marriage preparation, the wedding service, and appropriate fees in our Wedding Planning Handbook.
To request a wedding date, please contact the church office either by phone, 952-955-1891, or email, email@example.com.
Into your hands, O merciful Savior, we commend your servant.
Celebrating the life of a loved one with a funeral or memorial service will provide comfort to you as well as others. Honoring the memory of your lost loved one creates a gathering of friends and family to mourn the loss, and provides a means to support one another. Remembering and sharing stories of our interactions with other people is an important part of our healing through the life and death experience.
We offer our deepest sympathy to you and your family, and hope the information provided in our Funeral and Memorial Service Handbook will help to guide you through this difficult time of saying farewell. Please contact the church office either by phone, 952-955-1891, or email, firstname.lastname@example.org, with any questions you might have.