The season of Lent is a time for us to hand the brokenness all around us to Christ so that we can be restored by him through the cross. Each service will take a good, hard look at a broken element from the Lenten story. As we understand how each of these leads to restoration in Christ, we will understand what it means to live new lives in Christ today.
Wed, March 5 @ 12:10 & 7 PM: Ash Wednesday “Broken Hearts Restored” • Joel 2:12-14 Our hearts are broken in sorrow over sin; Christ restores our hearts through his forgiveness.
Wed, March 12 @ 12:10 & 7 PM: “Broken Vessel Restored” • Mark 14:1-9 A broken vessel holds costly perfume; we are broken vessels restored when Christ pays the price for us on the cross.
Wed, March 19 @ 12:10 & 7 PM: “Broken Trust Restored” • Matthew 26:14-25 Judas breaks his trust with Jesus by betraying him; our broken trust is restored through the sacrifice of Christ.
Wed, March 26 @ 12:10 & 7 PM: “Broken Bread Restored” • John 6:48-58 Bread is broken at the Last Supper; we are restored through the Bread of Life, Jesus.
Wed, April 2 @ 12:10 & 7 PM: “Broken Promises Restored” • Matthew 26:69-75. Peter’s broken promises to never deny Jesus are restored by the surpassing love of Christ.
Wed, April 9 @ 12:10 & 7 PM: “Broken Justice Restored” • 2 Corinthians 5:20-21. A broken justice system put Jesus on the cross; we are restored when by his death we are declared not guilty.
Soup Supper Wednesday through Lent @ 6 PM - 3rd Floor Parish House
Sun, April 13 @ 10 AM – Palm Sunday (begins at Trinity).
Thurs, April 17 @ 7:30 PM – Maundy Thursday drama,
Fri, April 18 @ 12-3 PM – Good Friday, Tre Ore Devotions, @ Timothy Lutheran Church
Fri, April 18 @ 7 PM - Tenebrae Service
Sat, April 19 @ 5 PM– Easter Vigil
Sun, April 20 @ 8 & 10:15 AM – Easter
Sun, April 20 @ 10:10 AM - Easter Service @ VintageTen - potluck to follow
Sun, April 20 - Breakfast, 9 AM & Easter Egg Hunt 11:45 AM
"A Loving, Christ-Centered Community
Actively Reaching Out to All People"
We've been waiting for you! It is not by accident that you are here. God has brought you to us. Above all else we want to express Christ's love to you with genuine, heartfelt warmth. We're eager to get to know you.
You’ll find that Historic Trinity is an open, welcoming family, rich in the relationships that matter most. Growing spiritually together, we worship, we do service projects, we learn and we reach out to the world with life-transforming truth. Our doors are open, our hearts are open to you, no matter who you are.
If you've been thinking, praying, searching and hoping for a place to belong, then Trinity may be the place for you. You’ll find singles, young and older couples, lots of little kids and seniors. If you come to us as a visitor, we hope that you'll leave as a friend who's been blessed by worshiping with us.
If you live in or close to the Washington Ave. loft district, this Sunday you might want to head for our downtown community at VintageTen, 1004 Locust (below the wine bar). Worship starts at 10:30 a.m. every Sunday.
Serving the people of the greater St. Louis area since 1839, Historic Trinity is a diverse community in mission, an intentionally inclusive congregation, welcoming all to our worship and ministries. We are a congregation of the Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod.
Our mission is to be a loving, Christ-centered community, actively reaching out to all in worship and service. We therefore commit ourselves to grow by reaching out to every person, shining the Gospel's good news of God's acceptance through Jesus Christ, and encouraging and supporting one another in our faith journey.
If you are visiting the city, make Trinity-—and hopefully one of our worship services—a part of your St. Louis experience!