A Congregation of The Lutheran Church - Missouri Synod
LCMS U Chapter at Stanford University
Trinity is an evangelical, orthodox congregation, proclaiming Jesus Christ crucified, risen, and reigning for the salvation of the world.

We believe, teach, and confess the doctrine of the evangelical catholic faith as it is taught by the Holy Scriptures. This teaching is clearly articulated and faithfully confessed in the Book of Concord (1580).

We are committed to the pure preaching of God’s Word and the right administration of Holy Baptism and Holy Communion. We are committed to the catechesis of all people in the Christian faith.

We are committed to liturgical worship consistent with the Lutheran Reformation heritage and the western catholic church. In the service God distributes to His people all the blessings of Christ Jesus through Word and Sacrament by the power of the Holy Spirit; and His people exalt their Savior and present their sacrifices of praise and thanksgiving in music and prayer.

We are committed to the new life bestowed by Holy Baptism, to be found in the faith and amid its fruits, suppressing the old man and growing up in the new man. We are committed to practicing the work that makes us Christians.

Services

Sunday
8:15 a.m. and 11:00 a.m.
9:45 a.m. Sunday School & Adult Bible School
Monday through Friday
9:00 a.m. Matins
First Saturday of the Month
4:30 p.m. - 6:30 p.m. Private Confession & Absolution

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VBS 2015


Please join us!


Trinity will be hosting "Camp Discovery" Vacation Bible School this summer
July 13 - July 17
8:45 a.m. - 12:15 pm
Ages: 3-13, Preschool - 8th grade

VBS Registration

Each child will need to register at the following link:
Registration - https://vbs.cph.org/tools/churchInfo.aspx?Church=6EB691E3

Sunday Bible Studies

Sunday

 

Galatians

Continued study of the book of Galatians

 

Wednesday Bible Studies

Isaiah: The Evangelist of the Old Testament

Isaiah preached a tapestry of promises of the Messiah, judgments on nations, the new creation, calls to repentance, and the Lord’s faithfulness to use His mighty strength to deliver His people from every evil. Though attention will be given to particular passages and individual verses of Isaiah (we will look at distinct sections, e.g., Isaiah 1-12), much time will be devoted to exploring the broad themes that are woven through the whole revelation.

 

The Holy Spirit: The Lord and Giver of Life