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Ministry Opportunities:



Sunday Worship 8:30 a.m. and 11:00 a.m. Sunday mornings are when we gather together as God's family to worship and receive the gifts God gives to us. Both of our services are full of people young and old, new to the faith and life long Lutherans.

Sunday School 9:45 a.m. - 10:45 a.m. Sundays.  Trinity offers bible study classes for all ages! Using the Gospel Project curriculum, we offer drop-in Sunday School classes for Children Preschool through 2nd Grade and 3rd-5th Grade, Youth Groups with Bible Study classes for Junior High Kids 6th-8th Grade and Senior High Kids 9th-12th Grade and an Adult Bible Study with take home devotions to carry you through the week.

Wednesday Communion Service 1 p.m. - 1:20 p.m. Wednesdays. In addition to our Sunday services, Pastor Peter also offers a special communion service for those individuals who are more at risk/unable to attend on Sundays and desire to receive the sacrament.  (cancelled for February 15th)

Ladies Bible Study 9:30 a.m. - 11 a.m. Tuesdays, all ladies welcome. Led by Pastor Peter and Sue Kemler. Past topics have included women of the Bible and end times.


Old Testament Ladies Bible Study 9:30 a.m. - 11 a.m. Wednesday, all ladies welcome to this in-depth study the Old Testament books led by Family Life Director, Vicki Ribar

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Men's Bible Study at 9:30 a.m. - 11 a.m., on the 1st & 3rd Tuesdays, all men are welcome!


Men's Breakfast at 9 a.m., on the 1st & 3rd Mondays men meet at Fenton Coney Grill on n. Leroy for breakfast and fellowship.

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Dads Meet Ups 9:45 a.m. on the 1st Sundays from August through May Dad meet up for encouragement, Christian learning and fellowship with other dads. Childcare is provided in the Nursery as needed. 

Moms Meet Ups 9:45 a.m. on the 2nd Sundays from August through May Moms meet up for encouragement, Christian learning and fellowship with other moms.  Childcare is provided in the Nursery as needed.

Young at Heart 12 p.m. - 2 p.m., on the 3rd Thursdays If you're young at heart, or turning 30 for the seventh time, come join Young at Heart for an afternoon of good Christian fun! Seniors gather at Trinity for a shared potluck lunch and to play games like euchre, Yahtzee, dominoes and more. Bring a dish to pass and join in for fellowship!


Friday Night Fires June through September A chance for Trinity to fellowship, play outdoor games and cook s'mores, and hotdogs over the campfire together.

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Trinity's Confirmation Program: To have your youth confirmed at Trinity, you choose which year, any grade 6th through 12th works best for your family and when you and your child are ready to proceed through the next step of your child's faith formation. This program is designed for at least one consistent adult to teach and guide the youth through the Confirmation workbook, 30 Lesson Catechism Study Workbook's completing one lesson each week for an entire school year from September until confirmation in May. Also you and your child are expected to attend worship regularly, participate in youth group events, a confirmation retreat and semi-monthly meet ups with other families in the program. If you have any questions regarding this program, email,

Other Ministry Opportunities

Franklin Avenue Diner  4 p.m. - 6 p.m. Tuesdays & Thursdays. In partnership with 17 congregations, every 7-8 weeks, Trinity's congregation is signed up as one of three churches to help serve dinner at the Mission in Flint. Be a server or help clean up any time it's Trinity's turn. Click here to volunteer.

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From the Michigan District:

This week's blog: "Wrestling With Change at the Flint Mission Network"



March 17-19 | Adrian

The 2023 Our Shepherd, Birmingham Lutheran Men’s Retreat, The Power of Love, will be held at the Weber Conference Center on the campus of Siena Heights University in Adrian from Friday, March 17 to Sunday, March 19. Our guest speaker is Rev. Dr. John Nunes. For more information, click here or contact Mark Nimtz at

"IS IT I?"

March 25 | Haslett

St. Luke, Haslett is presenting the living dramatization of Leonardo Da Vinci's THE LAST SUPPER. There will be two performances on Saturday, March 25, at 3 and 7 p.m. For more information, click here.


March 28-30 | Utica

A 30-minute audio tour with multi-sensory experiences through the events of Jesus’ life, crucifixion, and resurrection. Choose a slot March 28-30 between 5-8 p.m. by registering online.


March 28-June 6 | Clinton Twp.

There is hope after trauma. Join St. Luke, Clinton Twp. on 12 Tuesdays at 7:30 p.m. starting on March 28. This is a Bible-based course—not a support group—providing practical help to cope with crisis or trauma. For more information, contact Deaconess Carole King at or at 586.791.1150. Register here >


April 23 | Detroit

The Lutheran Luncheon Club of Metro Detroit will celebrate its 75th anniversary at Historic Trinity, Detroit. Reservations can be made by contacting Herb Engling at 734.591.0224. Ticket cost is $35/person, which includes a catered dinner, open bar, music by the Lutheran Choralaires, and a program that will highlight the club’s history and its 



May 13 | Waterford

St. Stephen, Waterford is hosting Christians In A Woke World--A Call to Courage, Confession, & Love with guest speaker Rev. Paul Dare. This event is free, but seats are limited and registration is required. Register here no later than May 4. Jimmy John's lunch boxes provided upon request for $12 each and may be paid for on the day of the event.


July 21-22 | Leonidas

Looking for something AWESOME to do this summer with the family? Get your tickets for REVIVE FEST on July 21-22, featuring Rend Collective, We Are Messengers, Sanctus Real, Sidewalk Prophets, and more! This is a great opportunity for youth groups as well! Primitive camping is available. Save 10% on tickets using promo code MILCMS. To purchase tickets, click here.


July 23-27 | Detroit

The Love 4 Others Service Event is a collaboration between Camp Restore Detroit and Gifts For All God's Children. Volunteers from around Michigan (and beyond!) will gather together to serve in Detroit and demonstrate to the community that We Are The Church! For more information and to volunteer, click here

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Sunday Service Opportunities:

If you are interested in other Service Opportunities: Music Ministry, Ushering, Lay Reading, Tech Ministry, Kids & Youth Ministry to learn more/get involved, please contact our office: or (810) 629-7861

Tech Ministry: Looking for interested persons who would like to help reach our members not in services and our community abroad by running our live stream services, the cameras and more every few weeks. Once you see the inner-ways, it will be easy to help!  Also, consider volunteering to help with the projection screens, projecting the order of service on the big screens during our 11 o clock service.


Acolytes: Anyone grades 4th-8th grade can be an acolyte and light the candles for Sunday services! If your child is interested, choose dates that fit your schedule! We recommend one service every four to eight weeks. Contact the office, or Pastor or Vicki on Sundays to get set up with an Elder for a quick training! You only need to arrive 15-20 minutes before service to acolyte! Sign up at:


Coffee Hour Ministry: We love coffee and we want it to taste good. We host a coffee hour on Sundays, 9:30 a.m. - 11 a.m., between church services with coffee and snacks made available by donations to encourage fellowship here at Trinity. Join our Coffee Hour Team by signing up here to host Coffee Hour. Family Life Director, Vicki leads the coffee team, and would love to teach you the coffee basics!

Other Ways to Support Ministry at Trinity

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