Trinity is a member of the Lutheran Church - Missouri Synod. We are a Lutheran parish that seeks to be faithful to the one, holy, catholic and apostolic tradition. We do not seek to innovate nor do we conform our beliefs to the customs and practices of the culture. Our commitment is to be a biblically sound parish that faithfully receives and adheres to the truth of God’s Word found in the creeds, catechisms, and confessions of the Church. 

For a further understanding of our beliefs you may read the Augsburg Confession of Faith and Luther's Small Catechism.

What Trinity believes and practices according to the Lutheran Confessions

Rublev's Icon of the Holy Trinity

Rublev's Icon of the Holy Trinity

We on our part also retain many ceremonies and traditions (such as the liturgy of the Mass and various canticles, festivals and the like) which serve to preserve order in the church.
— Augsburg Confession XXVI:40
We are unjustly accused of having abolished the Mass. Without boasting, it is manifest that the Mass is observed among us with greater devotions and more earnestness than among our opponents.
— Augsburg Confession XXIV:9
From this description of the state of our churches it is evident that we diligently maintain church discipline, pious ceremonies and the good customs of the church.
— Apology XV:4
...our churches dissent from the church catholic in no article of faith but only omit some few abuses which are new and have been adopted by the fault of the times although contrary to the intent of the canons...
— Augsburg Confession, prologue to XXII, 1
...nothing has been received among us, in doctrine or in ceremonies, that is contrary to Scripture or to the church catholic.
— Augsburg Confession, epilogue to XXVIII, 5
...no novelty has been introduced which did not exist in the church from ancient times...
— Augsburg Confession XXIV:40
...we do not abolish the Mass but religiously keep and defend it. In our churches Mass is celebrated every Sunday and on other festivals, when the sacrement is offered to those who wish for it after they have been examined and absolved.
— Apology XXIV:1
...let all good men understand that we most zealously preserve the dignity of the Mass...
— Apology XXIV:99
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Our goal is to be good stewards of the grace and mercy that our Lord has given to us in order that we might be the body of Christ in the world. The name of this congregation summarizes what we are all about, namely, to give all honor, reverence, and worship to our Triune God – Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. We are a parish that is both biblical and sacramental at its very core.