Frequently Asked Questions
Do I have to be Lutheran to attend your services?
Everyone is welcome to worship at Trinity. While our services are Lutheran, our message always incorporates the Bible and teachings of God’s love and you don’t have to be Lutheran to share that. Please join us.
Where should I park?
Trinity offers two main parking lots on Arch Street for your convenience. There are also several metered spaces on the street (Arch and Third streets), but you do not have to put money in the meters on weekends.
What are your services like?
Our regular worship services usually average 60 minutes total including confession, hymns, lesson readings and a sermon. We feature traditional services with traditional music played on a pipe organ though Saturday worship sometimes features special soloists and guest musicians. Our talented music director, Mike Kiehner has been known to add special touches like the Eagles fight song on Super Bowl Sunday!
Is there a dress code?
Nope. We want our guests and members to be comfortable and to focus only on the awesome worship services, hymns, lessons and God’s love while we worship together. Let’s leave fashion critiquing on the runway
What about kids?
“Let the little children come to me . . . “ MATTHEW 19:14
Kids are always welcome at Trinity! We offer Sunday school, vacation Bible school, confirmation and an active youth group. Our ushers will welcome little ones with a special children’s bulletin upon arrival to the sanctuary. Visit our YOUTH PAGE for details on upcoming programs and events.
What about teens/young adults?
Teens and young adults have to face a lot of challenges like peer pressure, juggling schoolwork, relationships and part-time jobs. This is a time in life when attending worship services and hearing about God’s love can be comforting and make navigating this challenging time easier. Teens and young adults should know that the Trinity family is here for support and praying for your success.
Do you have a confirmation program for kids?
Can you accommodate people with disabilities?
YES. Trinity has elevators and our ushers can help with comfortable seating. We also offer an ASL interpreter at one service per month to serve our deaf and hard of hearing community.
How can I join your church?
We’re thrilled that you’re interested in becoming a member! Please call our church office for details on upcoming new member’s classes.
How do I get someone baptized?
What is your wedding policy?
Please accept our congratulations! Active membership of either partner of the marrying couple is necessary for the wedding to be held at Trinity. If a significant amount of time has passed since you’ve last attended a worship service, please join us a one of our weekly worship hours. Be sure to introduce yourselves to Pastor Hand and Pastor Chris after the service. It is recommended that you reserve your wedding date at least 6 months in advance. Click here for a copy of our marriage policy. Pre-marriage class dates, times and locations are also available. May God’s blessing be upon you and your relationship.
Do you visit the sick for prayer and last rites?
Members of Trinity who are facing serious illness, hospitalization or hospice care may contact the church office to request a visit by a pastor.
Do you rent Trinity Hall for events?
YES! We’re very proud of this awesome gathering place and its uses are endless. From sports like basketball and volleyball, to Chinese auctions and other fundraisers, birthday parties, bridal and baby showers, funeral luncheons and more. CLICK HERE for rates and call us at 570-622-9910 to book your next event.
Can senior members get help with transportation to doctor visits?
Trinity’s senior members are very important to our congregation and our senior coordinator is available to assist with various needs including some transportation to important medical appointments. Please contact Maryanne by calling the church office at 570-622-9910.