The Baptism of Our Lord

Sunday Worship – January 10, 2021

Welcome to Trinity Lutheran – today we remember and reflect on the Baptism of Our Lord, Jesus. It marks the end of the season of Christmas and ushers in the season of Epiphany. We are especially pleased to have Pastor Eileen Edwards share the message today as Pastor Ingrid and Pastor Erin take some much-needed time off. Come and worship.

Christmas at Trinity

The first Sunday of Christmas – December 27

Welcome to worship on the First Sunday in Christmas. Our worship today is taken largely from our Christmas Day worship service with the addition of a few highlights from the past week: the Christmas pageant and the Trinity choir singing a Christmas Blessing (virtual choir). Thank you for worshipping with us today.

Christmas Day

It’s Christmas Day – let’s celebrate in worship. Carols, lessons, and reflections to brighten your Christmas. This service combines some English and some German elements into a single Christmas Day service. This Christmas Day service will also serve as our worship service for Sunday, December 27th. Thank you for joining us.

Christmas Eve

We are very pleased to be able to share three services on Christmas Eve: a family service, an English candlelight service, and a German candlelight service.

You are invited to Join us for a special Christmas Eve Family service. Lots of special stories and special musicians make this wonderful service memorable, even if you are missing in-person worship this Christmas Eve. All are welcome.

The Christmas Eve candlelight service is always a highlight of our worship together at Trinity. Many special guests and musical friends have contributed to making this year’s virtual service a highlight as usual. May you experience the peace that comes from understanding the miracle of Christmas. Welcome to worship this Christmas Eve.

Or join us and our guests to celebrate “Heilg Abend” (Christmas Eve) in German. Special music, candlelight and special stories make this a beautiful worship experience. Alle sind herzlich willkommen.


Sunday and special services

December 20, 2020, Advent 4 – English
20. Dezember 2020 Advent 4 – German
December 13, 2020, Advent 3 – English
13. Dezember 2020 Advent 3 – German
December 6, 2020, Advent 2 – English
6. Dezember 2020 Advent 2 – German
November 29, 2020, Advent 1 – English
November 29, 2020, Advent 1 – German
November 22, 2020, Christ the King Sunday
November 15, 2020, Pentecost 24
November 8, 2020, Canadian Lutheran World Relief Presents Service of the Word – Palestine
All Saints Sunday – November 1, 2020
Reformation Sunday – October 25th, 2020
Reformationssontag – 25 Oktober, 2020
20th Sunday of Pentecost – October 18th, 2020
Thanksgiving – 19th Sunday of Pentecost – October 11th, 2020
18th Sunday of Pentecost – October 4th, 2020
17th Sunday of Pentecost – September 27th, 2020
16th Sunday of Pentecost – September 20th, 2020
15th Sunday of Pentecost – September 13th, 2020
14th Sunday of Pentecost – September 6th, 2020
13th Sunday of Pentecost – August 30th, 2020
12th Sunday of Pentecost – August 23rd, 2020
11th Sunday of Pentecost – August 16th, 2020
10th Sunday of Pentecost – August 9th, 2020
9th Sunday of Pentecost – August 2nd, 2020
8th Sunday of Pentecost – July 26, 2020
7th Sunday of Pentecost – July 19, 2020
6th Sunday of Pentecost – July 12, 2020
5th Sunday of Pentecost – July 5
4th Sunday of Pentecost – June 28
3rd Sunday of Pentecost – June 21
2nd Sunday of Pentecost – June 14
Trinity Sunday – June 7
Pentecost Sunday – May 31
Easter 7 Service – May 24
Easter 6 Service – May 17
Easter 5 Service – May 10
Easter 4 Service – May 3
Easter 3 Service – April 26
Easter 2 Service – April 19
Easter Sunday Service – April 12
Good Friday Service – April 10
Palm Sunday Service – April 5
Sunday Communion Service – March 29
Sunday Service – March 22

Daily Devotions

Lenten services

Click here for Student Pastor Erin’s daily YouTube meditations! Virtual Lenten Service, April 1, 2020

Virtual Lenten Service, March 25, 2020

Virtual Lenten Service, March 18, 2020

Communion Online

Some of our remote services include Holy Communion.
FAQ’s about virtual communion:

1. I don’t have communion wafers or wine at home. What can I use?
— For bread, use any kind of bread or crackers. For wine, use red or white wine, grape juice or other juice, or water.
2. I will participate with my housemates. Can we give the bread and wine to each other?
— Yes, please do! Pause the video at the point where Pastor Ingrid eats and drinks, and hand the bread and wine to each other. As you do so, you are invited to say these words to each other: “The body of Christ, given for you” and “The blood of Christ, shed for you.”
3. I am home alone. Who will say the words to me?
— Our pastors say them to you in the video.

About Worship at Trinity

To find out more about our understanding of worship, go here.

Daily Bible Readings

The Bible is central to our life as Christians. Please visit our education page for a guide to daily Bible readings.