Trinity Lutheran has a membership of 300 baptized souls with an average Sunday worship attendance of 130 members. Our congregation is a great mix of young and youth age families, as well as experienced senior members.

The Sunday Divine Service is the focal point of the parish's life together. Each week, members of Trinity Lutheran gather in God's house to receive the Lord's gifts. These gifts are God's Word and Sacraments for the forgiveness of sins. They also strengthen faith. These divine gifts allow members to depart God's house each week in peace and gladness, with the assurance their sins are forgiven, and with renewed strength for daily living.

Worship, however, extends beyond one hour per week in God's house. In response to God's gracious forgiveness of sins on account of Jesus Christ, members engage in a life proclaiming the faith given and nourished through Word and Sacrament. This life of thanks, praise, good works, and prayer focuses on serving the people God places in members' lives.

How we worship we learn from God's Word and from the way His Word has prompted worship through the centuries. As a result, our Sunday morning worship service is deeply rooted in the heritage of the Lutheran order of service and hymnody along with a gentle blend of contemporary music. We have a 16 member Junior Choir and a 19 member Senior Choir who also participate in the service.