Faith formation seeks to answer the question "Why?" Why do we love and serve and give?

The short answer is that we love because God first loved us.

​Christ is raised from the dead, and the whole world is made new.


No matter where you are on your faith journey, we invite you to grow, learn and discover 

a relationship with Christ and what it means to be a child of God.

No matter where you are on your faith journey, we invite you to grow, learn and discover your relationship with Christ and what it means to be a child of God.  There are numerous virtual opportunities each week offered on Facebook or via Zoom Meeting.  Take a look below and see what may interest you ... then connect with us!

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8 a.m., Facebook LIVE

Morning Devotions help us focus on Christ - who He is and what He did for us.
They also give us direction from Him for our daily lives.  So, plan to start each
weekday with Pastor Lor Breyley, Pastor David and Rachel Nunez for daily morning
devotions. Come and be reminded of His glory and be guided for your day! 

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11 a.m., Zoom Meeting 
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The Luther & Lager Hour is on break until after the first of the year.

It will be posted here and to our Facebook Page when it returns. 

Be sure to check back often!

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1 p.m., Facebook LIVE

Prayer is something that we can all do to lift one another up for the Lord's healing, comfort, strength, love grace, and mercy.  Bring your prayer to our weekly online Prayer Meeting concerns and type

them into the comment area.  We'll put

all those prayer needs together and then join in intercessory prayer, the Lord's Prayer, and a blessing. 

Join us for a special Bible study and midweek worship opportunity during the Advent season. Waiting for the Shepherd is the title of our Bible study. Our focus will be on Psalm 23 within the context of this waiting season. The Zoom link is below.  


Advent Evening Prayer, a brief service to close the day, will be offered at 8:15 p.m. on Wednesday, December 1, 8, and 15. Look for us on the website, on YouTube, or on Facebook Live.

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8:45 a.m., In Person

There are no Sunday LIFT activities in December.

The Faith Formation Ministry Team is looking to possibly host quarterly Sunday LIFT gatherings.  More information and details to come after the first of the year.


8 p.m., Zoom Meeting
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9 a.m., Zoom Meeting

Friday Morning Check-In & Prayer is

a time of not only fellowship and connecting with one another, but a time spent sharing our week's hi's and lows, reading and talking about scripture, lifting each other up in prayer, and closing 

with a blessing.  Connect with us ... fellowship with us ... know we care!

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11 a.m., In Person

Love to read?  Then the Trinity Book Club

is perfect for you!  This group gathers

the second Sunday of each month to discuss a book they recently read.  Participants suggest titles and they collectively decide what they read as

a group.  This group is open to everyone who loves books! 


The next gathering is Sunday, January 9, 2022 following worship in the Scharf Library at Holy Trinity Lutheran Church. 

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10 a.m. via Zoom

Women's Bible Study offers friendship and fellowship as well as opportunities to learn and grow your faith in Jesus.  We gather the third Saturday of each month, September through May.  Our study and discussion is based on scripture, stories, and articles and focuses on scripture and how it impacts our lives today.

We'd love to have you join us!

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7 p.m., Facebook LIVE

Join Miss Rachel to hear the Bible Stories of Advent & Christmas. If you would like a copy of your own Whirl Kids Mini-Story Bible: Advent and Christmas Edition and other materials to celebrate the season, email Miss Rachel.


December 5 – Announcing a Baby (Matthew 1: 18-25; Luke 1: 26-38)

December 12 – Mary Visits Elizabeth (Luke 1: 39-55)

December 19 – Jesus Is Born (Luke 2: 1-20)

December 26 – Simeon and Anna (Luke 2: 22-40) & The Wise Men (Matthew 2: 1-12)