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123 E Livingston St
Orlando, FL 32801
Orlando, FL 32801
Saturdays @ 6pm, Sundays @8:00am, 9:30am, and 11:00am. The Saturday evening service is a traditional, yet casual, worship service with organ and traditional hymns. Sunday morning 8 & 11am services are traditional liturgical services with traditional hymns and at times musicians and/or choir participation. The 9:30am service is a contemporary worship service with a praise band and more contemporary Chritian music. Trinity offers multiple Bible study options during the 9:30 hour for children, youth and adults, plus an adult study at 11am, as well as weekday Bible study options - all which can be found on the website at church.trinitydowntown.com/word.
Bringing People One Step Closer to Jesus
Trinity’s mission is to proclaim the Gospel of Jesus Christ through ministries which strengthen and equip people for Christian witness and service in downtown, metropolitan Orlando, and the world.
About Trinity Lutheran Church
Trinity Lutheran Church is a Lutheran Church of the Lutheran Church Missouri Synod (LCMS) located in Downtown Orlando Florida. Trinity is a church on a mission; “Bringing people one step closer to Jesus.” We've been doing it here in Downtown Orlando, since 1919. As Orlando grew, so did Trinity… growing the church, adding worship services & outreach opportunities, then launching our first school program in 1953 ultimately expanding into our current school ministry serving infants through 8th grade. The ministries of Trinity Lutheran Church & School, known collectively as Trinity Downtown, have a far reaching impact in our community. We are privileged to be able to care for and educate over 350 children from six weeks old through eighth grade in our Trinity Lutheran School programs (CDC and K-8), and we gather together about that same number of people in worship each weekend from all over the Orlando area. What we believe, along with all Christians is: • That God is Triune; Father, Son, and Holy Spirit, one God, existing eternally in three Persons. • That God created the heavens and the earth, everything, seen and unseen. • That at the right time, about 2,000 years ago, the Son took on human flesh, lived a perfect life, and died innocently in order to rescue us from the power of sin and eternal death. • That the Holy Spirit of God is still active to bring lost sinners to faith in Jesus Christ and eternal salvation. • That God has carefully preserved for us to this day a reliable record of his dealings with humans in the Bible. This Word of God points to Jesus, not just telling a story, but drawing us into a relationship with the God who loves and saves us. (more info at LCMS.org) Connect with Us! We're just a group of imperfect people who use our gifts and abilities - at church and at home – to carry on the Gospel ministry of Jesus Christ. We're obviously not just a “Sunday morning church.” We're dedicated to ministry seven days a week, for all ages, in many different ways, on and off our campus. With 96 years of history behind us, Trinity is excited to begin a second century of sharing Jesus with those around us… bringing people of all ages and cultures “one step closer to Jesus.” Join us for Worship. We love welcoming guests! Greeters and Ushers will answer your questions and point you in the right direction. Children are always welcome in worship, but we also provide childcare for infants through 3yr olds for all Sunday services as well as Sunday School for 4 year olds through 5th grade during 9:30 worship. We want the whole family to feel at home. Our Saturday 6pm service is a quieter, less formal service, although the theme and message are the same as Sunday services. Sundays at 8am and 11am we use a variety of liturgical settings based primarily on the “Lutheran Service Book,” and the uplifting music of organ and choral selections. Our Sunday 9:30am service is led by a worship team using contemporary Christian worship music. Each service is projected on screens that make it easy for all ages to follow and our sermons are Biblically-based and full of life applications. Several Bible study options are available during the 9:30 hour, one at 11am and several during the week. We want you to “take something with you” each week to prepare you for living for the Lord day by day.
Denomination / Affiliation: Lutheran
Service and Sermon Style: Topical Sermons
Dress Style: casual
Average Age of Attendees: all-ages
Community Projects: 0-12
Primary Language: English
MINISTRIES AND GROUPS
Groups and Public Services
Weddings and Receptions
Vacation Bible School
Kids Summer Camp
Please visit our website to learn more at TrinityDowntown.com
We believe what all Christians believe: -That God is Triune, that is, Father, Son, and Holy Spirit, one God, existing eternally in three Persons. -That God created the heavens and the earth, everything, seen and unseen. -That at the right time, about 2,000 years ago, the Son took on human flesh, lived a perfect life, and died innocently in order to rescue us from the power of sin and eternal death. -That the Holy Spirit of God is still active to bring lost sinners to faith in Jesus Christ and eternal salvation. -That God has carefully preserved for us to this day a reliable record of his dealings with humans in the Bible. This Word of God points to Jesus, not just telling a story, but drawing us into a relationship with the God who loves and saves us. As Lutheran Christians, we emphasize that we are saved by Grace alone, through Faith alone, worked in us by Scripture alone. These are the three “Solas” of Lutheran theology, from the Latin “Sola Gratia (Grace Alone), Sola Fide (Faith Alone), Sola Scriptura (Scripture Alone).” Along with other Lutheran Christians, we also emphasize the importance of distinguishing between the two main messages of the Bible, the Law and the Gospel. In the Law God tells us what his standards are, warns us of the consequences of not meeting those standards, and tells stories of people who either have or have not listened to his commands. The Law shows us our sin, which makes it a strict, frightening word. The Gospel, on the other hand, tells us how God has dealt with the problem of our sin, that is, it tells us about Jesus. Jesus kept the Law of God perfectly for us. He died in our place when our sin earned death for us. He loves us, and calls us to himself, and promises eternal life with him in heaven. The Gospel shows us our Savior, which makes it a comforting, loving word. Lutheran Christians confess the three Ecumenical Creeds of the Church, the Apostles’, the Nicene, and the Athanasian. We also subscribe to the Book of Concord of 1580, containing the Augsburg Confession and its Apology, the Small and Large Catechisms of Martin Luther, the Smalkald Articles, the Treatise on the Power and Primacy of the Pope, and the Formula of Concord, both Solid Declaration and Epitome. What this means is that there is a standard for judging whether a teaching is Lutheran or not. First, is it what the Bible teaches? Second, does it conform to these Lutheran Confessions. A much more thorough understanding of what we believe can be explored at www.LCMS.org
Trinity Lutheran Church is a Lutheran Church located in Zip Code 32801.