Read below to learn about important Trinity Lutheran Church news, activities and upcoming special events for members and guests of our Grand Rapids congregation.

All Congregation Potluck and Annual Congregation Meeting on Sun, Jan 21st

Mark your calendar for the All Congregation Potluck and the Annual Meeting of the Congregation following worship services on Sunday, January 21st.

We will elect leaders, adopt a budget for 2018 and receive the reports of the congregation.

All voting members of Trinity are urged to be in attendance!


A Clean Start in the New Year

Throughout January and February, we will be collecting cleaning supplies for distribution to area agencies.

Suggested items include: laundry basket or cleaning bucket, dish detergent, all-purpose spray cleaner, glass cleaner, disinfectant wipes, toilet bowl cleaner, laundry detergent, and fabric softener sheets.

Please drop off your donations in the labeled black barrels found outside the church office, in the narthex and outside Centennial Hall. Thank you!


Volunteers Needed to Water Poinsettias

We are seeking a few volunteers to come in during the week and help water the poinsettia plants in the sanctuary.

If you can help, please contact Diane Biser at 616.292.8211.


“Music for Babies” begins January 15th

In an effort to include music in the lives of our babies at Trinity, this new adventure in music featuring interactive sessions for babies from new born to eighteen months will run from Monday, January 15th through February 19th, from 9:30 am to 10:15 am.

Click here to sign up now.

For more information, contact Director of Children’s Choirs Diane Biser at 616.292.8211.


Helping to Spread the Holiday Cheer

Trinity members are invited to help provide Trinity member Christophe Muganza and his family in Uganda as well as Benjamin and Florence Murekezi and their four daughters with some monetary gifts this Christmas Season.

The Murekezi’s are the refugee family Trinity sponsored to be resettled here in Grand Rapids in December 2016 and Christophe came to the United States as a Congolese refugee.

Click here to sign up to give. If you have questions please, contact Angela Davis.