Upcoming Events

Sep
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Sun
all-day Nacho Name-tag Sunday
Nacho Name-tag Sunday
Sep 6 all-day
Nacho Name-tag Sunday Name-tags are provided to all attendees to help everyone get to know each other. Nachos are served on the patio after the first worship service. Consider bringing a friend to worship and enjoy nachos. You can also
10:00 AM 21st Century Traditional Service @ Sanctuary
21st Century Traditional Service @ Sanctuary
Sep 6 @ 10:00 AM
Our summer schedule of single services will include the Praise Band on the third Sunday of the month: June 21 July 19 August 16

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Printable Calendar

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Holy Trinity Lutheran Church is a member of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA).

Worship Schedule

During summer, we hold a single Sunday service at 10:00 am. This is a traditional-style service most Sundays. Once each month it will be a contemporary service.

Beginning September 13, we hold two Sunday services:

  • Our 8:45 am service is a traditional-style service.
  • Our 11 am service is a contemporary service featuring a praise band and multimedia presentation.

Bulletin Inserts

Use the links below to get copies of recent and upcoming bulletin inserts.

Inserts

Bulletins

Use the links below to get copies of recent and upcoming bulletin. These are the "large print" versions, formatted for printing on 8 1/2 X 11 paper.

Bulletins

A Month of Sundays

(Every Sunday is special at Holy Trinity Lutheran.)
  • 1st Sunday - Nacho Name-Tag
    Consider bringing a friend to worship and enjoy nachos on the patio.
  • 2nd Sunday - Scrip
    Buy gift cards to use for everyday purchases and our church will get a percentage of the purchasing cost.
    Please see Pamela Metcalf.
  • 3rd Sunday - Fill the Food Barrel
    Bring a non-perishable item for the food barrel. All food collected is given to LOV Newark to help feed the homeless.
  • 4th Sunday - Luther Loose Change
    Bring your loose change to help support our "Catch the Excitement" campaign.
  • 5th Sunday - Stewardship
    In those rare months that have five Sundays, on the fifth Sunday we will focus on the many aspects of stewardship as an expression of our faith and service to God and humanity.

Cause of the Month

Tri-City Volunteers

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Tri-City Volunteers is a non-denominational, non-profit organization that provides food assistance and low cost clothing and household items to the residents of Alameda County. They are the largest client-direct food bank in the area, serving up to 16,000 individuals EVERY MONTH through food cart and bag lunch programs. With a staff of 10, a volunteer force of almost 1,900, and a budget that barely breaks $600,000, we are extremely efficient in distributing over 6 million pounds of food annually.

Tri-City Volunteers' mission is to eliminate hunger and promote financial self-sufficiency in Alameda County and beyond, by distributing food and providing volunteer opportunities and job training in order to improve the quality of life for all in our community, especially children, youth, low-income families and seniors.

For more information, click here.

Of Special Note . . .

Council Meets August 9

Our next regularly scheduled council meeting will be Sunday, August 9 at 11:15AM. All members are welcome to attend.