Trinity Lutheran Church is a family of followers of Jesus Christ, committed to sharing the Gospel, and graciously serving all of God’s people with love and hospitality.
A Word From the Trinity Lutheran Church Office…
Our first priority is the health and public safety of our people. We appreciate your patience and support as we reopen slowly and responsibly.
Our church office is now open between 9 a.m. and 1 p.m. Tuesday through Friday.
Please note the following instructions:
- If you want an appointment to see any staff member please call or email that staff member directly prior to your arrival. The church office number is (360) 331-5191. Staff emails are listed below.
Pastor Jim Lindus – firstname.lastname@example.org
Robin Edgeman – email@example.com
Karl Olsen – firstname.lastname@example.org
Deacon Amy O’Collins – email@example.com
Lana Johnson – firstname.lastname@example.org
- All visitors to the TLC Campus must wear face-masks covering nose and mouth at all times. Limited masks will be available at the office door.
- Social distancing of six feet is to be practiced.
- The Sanctuary is currently closed to non-staff members.
- Small group TLC-approved meetings may take place between 9 a.m. and 1:00 pm. (except on Wednesdays). Meeting space will be assigned by the office.
- At this time, our campus will not be open for any public meetings.
- Bathroom use is limited to two people at any one time.
- Small group leaders will be responsible for turning in a list of attendees to the office before leaving the campus and for wiping down/disinfecting the meeting space.
We will not be returning to onsite in-person worship until Phase 4 of the re-opening plan put forth by the State of Washington. The dangers of doing so are unknown at this time and compliance with the phase 2 worship regulations would be nearly impossible for a congregation our size. Sometimes love does look like an empty church–at least until we can be sure to safeguard the health of our most vulnerable populations.
May God grant you peace, patience and perseverance,
Pastor Jim and Your TLC Staff
Watch the July 12 online Worship Service by clicking the arrow below. Previous sermons can be found by clicking this LINK.
Today's Word from Pastor Jim...We moved into our new gym/fellowship hall and Sunday School wing on September 9th, 2001. It was two days before 9-11 and the sermon title that morning was, “The World will never look the same.” On that grand day of...
Today's Word from Deacon Amy... Some of you know that my family has a small farm outside of Freeland. My daughters have both shown goats in 4H since they were in kindergarten. What started with two goats eight years ago, has turned into a herd of...
Today's Word from Pastor Jim... It has been a big year for Skyler Stonebridge. A proud member of the South Whidbey Graduating Class of 2020, Skyler graduated in a Zoom ceremony. On July 5th he celebrated his 18th birthday with a virtual party. And on...
Today's Word from Pastor Tom Kidd... Okay, we need to get one thing straight right from the top – you should be very grateful that your salvation does not depend on me. I mean, just in case that had not heretofore dawned on you. To quote my mother, “You...
Today's Word from Rev. David Bieniek... A while back I read "The Art of Power" by Thich Nhat Hanh, a book that a chaplain friend had given to me many years ago, encouraging me to find my own inner strength and allowing it to inform my ministry.The power...
Today's Word from Pastor Jim... “Come now, you who say, ‘Today or tomorrow we will go to such and such a town and spend a year there, doing business and making money. Yet you do not even know what tomorrow will bring.” James 4:13My life tends to be...
Today's Word from Pastor Jim... “You knit me together in my mother’s womb.” Psalm 139:13The word “independence” did not appear in the text of the Declaration of Independence. Independence is mostly an illusion. No nation or individual is actually...
Today's Word from Pastor Jim... “When we look to the wise, they die; fool and dolt perish together and leave their wealth to others.” Psalm 49:10I had a little contagion downtime early on Thursday morning. My sermon for Sunday was recorded and in the...
Today's Word from Pastor Tom Kidd... “For I know the plans I have for you, declares the Lord, plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future.” Jeremiah 29:11In the midst of the Babylonian captivity, God speaks through the...
Today's Word from Rev. David Bieniek... When I was doing grief classes through my job as a hospice chaplain, I warned people who were working through their grief that one time when grief would strike would be during holidays. And I said that, of course,...
Today's Word from Pastor Jim... The Church coffee maker quit functioning two weeks ago. Perhaps it did not feel safe working at church during Covid-19. Its health was compromised, its warranty had expired, its days were numbered. The real problem, I...
Today's Word from Pastor Jim... “We are to fear and love God, so that we do not tell lies about our neighbors, betray or slander them, or destroy their reputations. Instead, we are to come to their defense, speak well of them, and interpret everything...
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We are a group of imperfect people who are grateful to be held in God’s grace… a family of believers seeking to grow in God’s love and to share that love through living intentional Christian lives.
We are a congregation of more than 1,200 people today. Trinity is part of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, but nearly half of our members come from other faith traditions. We recognize that it is God’s house and God’s table, and God who gives the invitation, and as such, we welcome all people to our church.
Many parents look to Trinity for a solid Christian education program for their children. We have dedicated volunteer teachers and modern facilities and are committed to help children and teens develop a faith relationship with God that will sustain them through life.
When this pandemic passes, we will resume having Bible Studies, service groups and Men’s Breakfast. For now we ask that you keep up with our services and missives online and on Facebook.
Want to know more about the Christian faith? Have questions about Trinity Lutheran Church? Please speak to one of our pastors, or call the church office. We would love to visit with you. You are also welcome in our new members classes, held three times a year.
There are opportunities for you to learn, grow and serve at Trinity Lutheran Church. What is your passion? Where are your gifts and interests? Or, perhaps you are weary and broken and just need to be ministered to and find rest in Christ. Come. You are welcome at Trinity Lutheran Church.
Our communion table is open to all people. Our hospitality is meant for all as well.
If we can answer any questions, help you on your journey of faith, minister to you in crisis, and celebrate with you life’s special occasions, please call upon our pastoral staff. We are here to serve.
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