Please join us for a Lenten service at River of Life (2301 Voyles Blvd. Eagle River) on Wednesday February 21. Service starts at 6:30 PM. Please notify the church if you need a ride. Hope to see all of you there!
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You are invited to walk through the Stations of the Cross here at Trinity, there are art pieces, meditations and scripture readings to contemplate.
At the completion of the walk you are invited to write a Lenten Prayer on the paper and place it underneath a seashell with in the cross.
The seashell is a common symbol for baptism and although we walk these forty days remembering Christ’s journey through the wilderness, we do so knowing we can claim the assurance of the promise made to us through Jesus’ sacrifice.
Please join us in an Ash Wednesday Communion Service this Wednesday (February 14th) at 7:00 pm.
It is a simple, contemplative service, but there is much significance to the service.
It is a time of gathering to focus on the journey to the cross and the preparation for the season of Lent.
We will sing hymns, hear the choir, celebrate Holy Communion, receive Ashes and worship God. It is a special service and many it is one which is most deeply significant.
We will be celebrating at Palmer United Protestant, 713 S Denali St. In Palmer (the log church where we held Day of the Dead) and Palmer United Methodist Church will join as well.
Please come. It will be good to be together.
Please join us February 24 for Mesa Sagrada, Dinner Church 5 PM Trinity Lutheran. Get in touch with Hazel Davidson to find out more about Mesa Sagrada.
We invite you to join us for the following:
February 14, 7:00 PM
Palmer Presbyterian Church
An Ecumenical service with PUMC and VPC
March 29, 6:00 PM
Trinity Lutheran Church
PUMC will join us in the celebration!!!
March 30, 7:00 PM
Palmer United Methodist
Trinity will join PUMC for a Tenebrae service
Trinity Lutheran Church
Breakfast at 9 AM
Service at 10:30 AM
Fellowship at 11:45 AM
We would like to invite everyone to the Ash Wednesday Ecumenical Service at 7:00 p.m. on February 14 with Pastor Hazel, Pastor Erin, Pastor Leisa, and Pastor Tim at United Protestant Presbyterian Church, 713 S. Denali St. Palmer.
Trinity Lutheran will be hosting the Scriptural Way of the Cross, 14 stations. We would like to have original art submitted and displayed during Lent!! There are a few stations left. We are looking for Trinity members to sign-up and participate. You can use anything you like to create your station. Crayons, playdoh, paint, paper, wire, etc…whatever you like to depict the station. Let us know what station you would like to work on. Art projects will be due by Sunday, February 18.
*Look below to see which ones are left and give us a call in the office to sign up!!!!!
Stations of the Cross
1 Jesus in the Garden of Gethsemane (Matt. 26:36-41)
2 Jesus is Betrayed by Judas and arrested (Mark 14 :43-46)
3 Jesus is condemned by the Sanhedrin (Luke 22:66-71)
4 Jesus is denied by Peter (Matt. 26:69-75)
5 Jesus is judged by Pontius Pilate (Mark 15:1-5, 15)
6 Jesus is scourged & crowned with thorns (John 19:1-3)
7 Jesus bears the cross (John 19:6, 15-17)
8 Jesus is helped by Simon of Cyrene to carry the cross (Mark 15:21)
9 Jesus meets the women of Jerusalem (Luke 23:27-31)
10 Jesus is crucified (Luke 23:33-34)
11 Jesus speaks to the Thief on the cross (Luke 23:39-43)
12 Jesus speaks to his Mother & the beloved disciple. (John 19:25-27)
13 Jesus on the cross (Luke 23:44-46)
14 Jesus is placed in the tomb (Matt 27:57-60)
The TLC Child Development Center has 3 spots available for spring semester. If you are interested in one of these slots for your child, please get in touch with a Trinity representative. Not sure if this is the right preschool for you and your child? Visit our preschool page for information on who we are.
Here is the Trinity Constitution. Feel free to let us know if you have any questions. The annual congregational meeting is January 28 at noon.
The annual congregational meeting will be held January 28 following worship. Please come and be a part of this meeting. You may bring a dish or beverage for the potluck if you so desire. All annual reports need to be submitted by January 16.