News @ Trinity
As of Friday, April 3rd services continue to be cancelled at Trinity Lutheran Church, but you can find Pastor's sermons on our Facebook or Youtube page. We will upload sermons on Maundy Thursday and Good Friday. Information about Easter Sunday on April 12th will be sent out in the next week.
Trinity Lutheran School will reopen Monday, March 30th, after a long Spring Break. The teachers are reworking their lesson plans for at-home friendly work. Classes will be meeting via Zoom. For more information give the office a call at 719-542-1864.
Trinity Lutheran Early Learning Academy remains open and is taking precautions as they continue to service the community. For more information give the office a call at 719-562-9235.
Click on the boxes on the right side of the page for activities and devotions to do with your children at home while you are away from church and school.
Taylor, our Director of Christian Education, is providing some opportunities for youth at this time. Please text her your name at 719-569-4125 and she will add you to the Youth Group Remind chat!
Our confirmation service that was scheduled for Sunday, April 5th during the 9:00am service will be postponed until June. More updates to come. We have three confirmands in our 8th grade class.
will be here before you know it!
VBS dates are June 8th-12th from 9:00a - 1:00p.
This year we will have camp counselors from Lutheran Valley Retreat, who promise to make the week exciting and loads of fun!
Attendance is FREE!
School Registration for 2020-21
We have begun registering students for the 2020-2021 school year. Registration packets were sent out to all currently enrolled students. If you would like to register someone for school K-5th please call our office at 719-542-1864 or click here for our enrollment application.
We have several ways you can raise funds for our school and our students by doing your everyday tasks. Every household can clip box tops and labels for education. Another great way to raise money is by using the Shoparoo Fundraising app on your smart phone and taking pictures of your receipts. We also have a SCRIP program. This allows you to purchase gift cards to local stores while giving a percentage of the sale back to our school. If every family used this for just their grocery shopping and gas every family could raise over $1000 dollars per family.