Trinity Lutheran Church

820 Lockett Road

Kirkwood MO 63122

Sunday mornings: Education 9:15 ♦ Worship 10:30 ♦ Coffee Fellowship 11:45


This Week at Trinity

Monday, January 16 – MARTIN LUTHER KING DAY

PDO & Offices closed
6:30 pm  ChristCare – Parisi

Tuesday, January 17

1:00 pm  ChristCare – Sullivan
1:00 pm  ChristCare – Murphy
TRIBUNE ARTICLES DUE

Wednesday, January 18

9:30 am  WELCA Project Day
12:00 pm  Bible Study:  Meeting Jesus for the First Time
6:30 pm  Outreach committee meeting
7:30 pm  NA

Thursday, January 19

9:15 am  Men’s Bible study
12:00 pm  OWLS

Friday, January 20

6:30 am  ChristCare – Plufka
9:00 am  Quilters

Saturday, January 21
Sunday, January 22

9:15 am  Education hour
10:30 am  Worship service
11:45 am  Coffee fellowship

 

 


Trinity’s Office Hours:

Monday     9:00 – 5:30
Tuesday     9:00 – 5:30
Wednesday 9:00 – 5:30
Thursday    9:00 – 5:30
Friday        9:00 – 3:00


Food for NeedyOur Sunday School Kirk Care Mission

Desired donations to the pantry include:

chunky soups, pastas, canned meats such as Spam, chili, stew, tuna, chicken,etc.

 



Luther said…

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“I have held many things in my hands, and I have lost them all; but whatever I have placed in God’s hands, that I still possess.”


 

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Not sure if we’re having church due to weather?

When worship is cancelled, it will be listed on Fox under:

TRINITY LUTHERAN KIRKWOOD

It will also be posted as soon as possible here on this website, and on our Facebook page.


 

Bible study headerPastor Zac’s Bible
Study Classes

 

Sundays at 9:15 a.m.
(in the church lounge)

A Year of MatthewIn this class we will read through the Gospel of Matthew and discuss different sections along the way using contemporary scholarship.  When the new church year begins in November, Matthew becomes the “main Gospel” for 2016-2017 so this study coincides with what will be read in worship.

 

 

 

Wednesdays at Noon
(in the church lounge)

Book Study on “The Cross and the Prodigy: Luke 15 Through the Eyes of Middle Eastern Peasants.  In this book, Dr. Kenneth Bailey discusses the three parables of Luke 15 (the lost sheep, the lost coin, the prodigal son) through the lens of Middle Eastern culture.  Dr. Bailey lived in the Middle East and taught there at the seminary level for over 40 years.  He firmly believes that an understanding of Middle Eastern culture, and the world Jesus lived in, can unlock the parables of Luke 15 to make them even more powerful and moving than we already take them to be.

 

 

Thursdays at 9:15 a.m.
Men’s Breakfast Bible Study at Dierbergs Des Peres (we meet in the back by the Deli).

EVERYONE is welcome to join at any time for fun and enlightening conversation.