To care for God's family, the global community and all of creation.
To share the Good News of Jesus Christ through our time, talents, and gifts.
To serve God where there is need of healing, comfort, and love.
Holy Trinity Lutheran Church is a member of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA).
September to May, most Sundays we hold two services:
Beginning in May 2016 and continuing to Labor Day 2016 we hold a single service at 10:00 AM.
See our worship calendar for current details.
This year our Animal Blessings will be held on October 4th. All are welcome to join us at the 8:45 a.m. and 11:00 a.m services. During the worship service, we invite all persons to bring a stuffed animal and Pastor Tim will offer a blessing and prayer for these stuffed animals.
After the 11 a.m. service we have a Live Animal Blessing at 12:15PM on the patio.
All Animals are welcome!
Oktoberfest is on Saturday, October 10th, 2015 - From 4-8PM . Come join us for: Food, Drinks & Activities for Kids
15 for adults - $8 for kids - $10 for a guest - $40 for a family of 4
Saturday is on October 31st, 2015 - From 6-8PM. Come join us for a Free & Fun Family Event
Dress up in your costume and enjoy the safe alternative to trick-or-treating. Tractor Rides, Candy, Hot Dogs, & fun for all ages!!
For a copy of the flyer, click here.http://holytrinityfremont.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/Trunk-or-treat.pdf
Water touches all aspects of life. Without reliable sources of water, farmers can’t grow crops to sell or to feed their families. Women and children must often travel miles each day to collect water, taking precious time from work and school. And dirty drinking water is a constant threat to people coping with poverty and disaster.
When communities have the water they need there is less conflict, families are more self-sufficient, and children have better access to education.
LWR works with local partners to improve rural communities’ access to water, digging wells and drilling boreholes, building and restoring irrigation systems, providing clean drinking water during emergencies, and training communities on sanitation practices and water management.