Have doubt? Welcome to the club. The human club. Listen as Pastor Jim talks about reasonable doubt… and enjoy some beautiful music this morning at the 8 a.m. service.
Welcome to our online worship service at 8 a.m. Pastor Jim is preaching this morning’s Pentecost sermon about “Gathered and Scattered,” plus, there is a heartfelt thank-you to Linda Nevermann for her many years of service as Bell Choir Director and Adult Education Coordinator.
In this Memorial Day weekend sermon, Pastor Jim talks about the significance of remembering the sacrifices of the past as well as our connections with others.
Welcome to our 10:30 a.m. streaming worship service.
Pastor Jim is preaching this morning’s sermon, “Letting Go & Moving Forward.”
Welcome to Trinity’s 8 a.m. service. We’re glad you could join us. Pastor Jim is preaching on the only measure of the church, and our lives, that matters… if we have love for others. For ‘by this’ will all know we are Christ’s disciples. Also, Trinity’s Bell Choir performs a favorite song.
Welcome to our online 8 a.m. worship service as Pastor Jim explores how we can find contentment in God in a world filled with comparisons – many self-generated.
Also, TLC Preschool students sing three songs for us. Enjoy.
Pastor Jim is preaching this morning of when Jesus appeared to his disciples and spoke four simple words that changed fear into fearlessness.
He is risen. He is risen indeed! Pastor Jim shares the Good News of Easter morning and how a life of faith can get us through the rough times.
Welcome to Trinity’s 8 a.m. Palm Sunday worship service. Pastor Jim Lindus is portraying Passion Week through the account of Peter in this morning’s “Palms to Passion” sermon.
Welcome to Trinity’s 8 a.m. worship service. We are gifted today with the musical talents of so many musicians, starting and ending with a piano and violin duet of Beethoven’s Spring Sonata. Pastor Tom Kidd is presiding and Pastor Chris Breuninger is preaching on finding shelter in God during the storms of life.
Pastor Tom explores the meaning of the parable of the prodigal son and what it means for God to ‘close the distance’.
Is God responsible for our misfortunes? What did Jesus have to say about natural disasters or man-made ones? How is this viewed in God’s timeless perspective? Can humans hope to understand the mystery of God?
Welcome to Trinity’s 8 a.m. Sunday worship service. Pastor Jim is preaching this morning with a sermon titled “Dust & Ribs” about our small, inter-connected earth and humankind.
Welcome to Trinity’s 8 a.m. worship service. We’re glad you’re here! Pastor Jim Lindus will be preaching on this Transfiguration Sunday on a Savior who doesn’t mind getting down in the dust to lift us up and comfort us.
Welcome to Trinity’s worship service. We’re glad you’re here! Pastor Jim is preaching this morning on Corinthians and ‘this thing called love.’