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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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The Church celebrates the Festival of Pentecost as the fulfillment and conclusion of the Easter season. The name Pentecost, meaning “the fiftieth day,” originally referred to the Jewish Festival of Weeks, the time of thanksgiving for first-fruits and the ingathering of the harvest (cf. Ex. 34:22). The Christian Church retained the name to mark the completion of the 50-day period after Easter—and the first in-gathering of believers into the Church.

On Pentecost, Christians commemorate the special outpouring of the Holy Spirit. We recall how a humble fisherman, filled with the Spirit, boldly proclaimed Jesus Christ crucified and risen from the dead. We give thanks that a multitude of hearers repented and believed. Three thousand people, from all over the world, were baptized and received the gift of the Spirit. Sent by God the Father, and by His Son, Jesus Christ, the Spirit came to continue the Father’s work on earth.

The Spirit’s activity continues today. That’s why the Christian celebration of Pentecost is such a joyful one — and so vital for the Church to remember. Through the preaching of the Gospel and Baptism, the Holy Spirit calls and gathers believers to Christ and His Church. This gracious work is ongoing; it is not yet completed in our lives. The Spirit works among people of every nation and language—among all to whom the Church is sent to proclaim the Gospel. For this reason, Christians pray for the continued outpouring of the Spirit and for the fulfillment of His sanctifying work.