|Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church - ELCA||
ABOUT OUR LITURGIES
Three classic liturgies of Holy Communion will be offered each Sunday
at 7:30, 9:00 and 10:30 a.m.
Currently, Sunday School classes for children in preschool through grade 5 are held concurrent with our 9:00 and 10:30 Sunday worship time.
Childcare is available during the
9 and 10:30 a.m. worship hours in our nursery room adjacent to the sanctuary. The room is monitored and has an intercom to listen to the service.
Our 5:00 p.m. Saturday afternoon worship service uses a contemporary style liturgy with acoustic guitar accompaniment. As with our Sunday liturgies, our Saturday service is a liturgy of Holy Communion.
Trinity goes way beyond Sundays!
We’re dedicated to keeping you connected with our church, one another, and, most importantly, God’s Word!
With opportunities all week long, it’s never been easier to stay connected!
The unique seating arrangement, contemporary design and intimate setting of our sanctuary sets the tone for our worship services.
Sunday morning services are liturgical and dignified but also warm and personal.
Lay people serve as
Altar Servers and Decorator,
Confirmation students serve as acolytes.
Sunday School Education Program
is held concurrent with our 9:00 and 10:30 a.m. worship time.
Children participate in the opening portions of our worship service and are dismissed for class following a Children’s Sermon.
Monthly Suppers hosted by our Ministries.
How to Find Us
Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church is located at 716 Route 25A in Rocky Point, New York.
Directions to the church are printed on the Home page of this website.
Baptism is considered by the Lutheran church to be a holy sacrament that welcomes the person being baptized into God's family. It is God's promise to His followers, not the follower's promise to God. We welcome people of all ages, infant through adult, into God’s family and into God’s kingdom through the Sacrament of Holy Baptism.
Marriage is a gift of God, intended for the joy and mutual strength of those who enter it and for the well-being of the whole human family. In creation God blessed humankind with mutual companionship, the capacity to love, and the care and nurture of children. Jesus affirmed the covenant of marriage and revealed God’s own self-giving love on the cross. The Holy Spirit helps those who are united in marriage to be living signs of God’s grace, love, and faithfulness. This covenant is made before God and your assembled friends and relatives in the context of a worship service.
The first step is to make an appointment with the pastor. Ideally this would be done six months in advance of the wedding date. This conversation happens before your wedding is added to the church calendar. This meeting gives us the opportunity to see that your understanding of the wedding is in accord with that of the church. We invite you to worship at Trinity Lutheran so that you may experience what a Lutheran service is like.
When planning funerals for a loved one, or preplanning your own, there are many choices to make. Facing some of those choices now by preplanning will make the process less demanding for your loved ones later. We can provide a Pre-Planning Worksheet to lead you through a variety of decisions. After your passing, pastor will meet with family members and review your worksheet to form the funeral or memorial service. For information, please contact the church office.