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FAMILY NIGHTS

Trinity will host Family Nights on the third Sunday of every month from 5:00 pm to 7:00 pm. The events are free to all and are an opportunity for families to gather in a Christ-centered setting for good family fun.

We’ll start each evening with a snack, then have crafts to make and take home, age-appropriate Bible lessons for children, youth, and adults, then close the evening with a few praise songs. Please join us!


Make known the love of Christ by word and deed within the community.

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Greetings and blessings to you
from our Lord and Savior,
Jesus Christ!

Welcome to Trinity!  We invite you to browse our statement of beliefs, our activity calendar, and a few sermons.  We’d love to meet you in the near future!  Please join us for worship any Sunday at 10:30 am. 

Our services are all about receiving God’s love, peace, and forgiveness through His Word and Sacraments.  We offer our prayers and songs of praise to Him, and He showers us with so many blessings!  We always return home feeling loved, forgiven, and energized.

We are a small, friendly family of believers.  Our congregation started in 1906 in a portable building downtown.  As the congregation grew, we moved to a larger building on Arrowhead Avenue, and in 1962 we moved to our present location at the corner of 29th and ‘E’ Streets.

Our congregation is a member of the Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod.  We hold the Bible to be God’s holy word and the only source for learning of God’s salvation and for teaching of the church.  Our “Beliefs” page will give you a general idea of our key beliefs.  If you have any questions about our beliefs, practices, or just about anything, please feel free to contact our pastor, Rev. Jeff Johnson at 909-882-2989.  He’d love to hear from you!

Hope to see you at church soon!


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Epiphany

Epiphany is a truth being revealed because of the light shining on it or from it.  Jesus Christ is that light of the world, who is manifested and revealed. We celebrate this light all the way until Lent.

The beginning of the Epiphany season is marked by the arrival of the Wise Men on January 6. The Wise Men arrived at the place of Jesus’ birth by following the star (the light) in the sky.  Therefore, the season of Epiphany is about discovering or following the light of the world.

The arrival of the Wise Men is also called the Gentile Christmas. Before the arrival of the Wise Men, Jews were the only ones who heard the Good News of Glad tidings. Upon the arrival of the Wise Men, we know that God keeps His promises that the Savior born in Bethlehem is for all people.

When you look at Advent, Christmas, and Epiphany, you must see them as a whole.  Advent prepares us for Christmas, which is the high point of the season. Epiphany is the continuation of this high point. And Epiphany is one of those wonderful seasons in which we see Jesus revealed to us. This is what epiphany means: revelation, manifestation, that Jesus is revealed to us now as the very Son of God, the Messiah, the Promised One, and the Savior of the world. After beginning Epiphany with the visit of the Wise Men, we hear the voice of the Father at our Lord’s Baptism saying, "This is my beloved Son, in whom I am well pleased." And after seeing a series of miracles, hearing the teachings of Jesus and Jesus proclaiming that the kingdom of God is near, it is revealed to us by the hearing of the Word that Jesus Christ is the Savior of the World.

The Epiphany season ends with the Transfiguration when the Father says, "this is my beloved Son, listen to Him." For we do need to listen to Jesus, Who is revealing to us that He is the Savior for you and for all. He is the One Who will suffer and die on the cross for all your sins and all the sins of mankind and will be raised to life on the third day. Epiphany ends with the Transfiguration as Jesus begins to set His course toward Jerusalem, and to the cross.