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Welcome, Worship, Witness

"We are so glad that you are here. While our church building is closed, the church remains  alive and well. The spirit of God is at work in and through God's people. We remain a community. Know that you are held in our thoughts and prayers. Please contact us with your prayer requests and visit us on Facebook on Sunday morning at 10:00 a.m. to watch live services."   

Jerome Evavold and Shivon Miller, pastors

Service Times

Online services are continuing. View the live stream on Facebook at 10:00 am. Sunday mornings or particiapte in the zoom service at 11:00. Read sermons and bulletins online.

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What's New

Upcoming events


Trinity’s Annual Meeting will be held as a Zoom meeting on January 31, 2021 at 11 a.m. Prior to the meeting, the 2019 Annual Report and 2020 Budget and Ballot will be e-mailed to those with e-mails. A hard copy will be mailed to anyone who requests one.


Read the ECHO newsletter


Trinity is now set up to receive gifts from Amazon. When you make a purchase go to smile.amazon.com and log into your Amazon account, then select "Trinity Lutheran Church Duluth" and hit enter.


Amazon will give Trinity .5% of your purchase. Your price remains the same. Thank you for supporting our ministry.


We are seeking volunteers to help with Worship activities. All ages and skill levels are needed! 

Volunteer opportunities


Come and get involved! 

See the calendar and a list of events

Celebrate Epiphany

Read the story of the wise men in Matthew 2:1-12

Learn more about searching for the star this month

ELCA Prayer Ventures

Take time to lift up prayers for our world each day. The ELCA provides a prayer for each day of the month focused on our call to mission. Remember we are the church in prayer. You can find the Prayer Ventures for each month at
www.elca.org, search “Prayer Venture."

Lutheran Social Services Birthday Cards 

Camp Noah is a resiliency program for elementary aged children that have been impacted by disaster. During disaster recovery children's birthdays can be overlooked. You can help by coloring birthday cards for them. The more colorful and creative the better! You can find the template to print a card to color at: 


After coloring, sign the card using your first name ONLY. Then mail them to the Camp Noah Office, 709 University Ave W Saint Paul, MN 55104. 

Prayer Practice:

Lord God,

You have called your servants to ventures of which we cannot see the ending, by paths as yet untrodden, through perils unknown.

Give us faith to go out with good courage, not knowing where we go, but only that your hand is leading us and your love supporting us; through Jesus Christ our Lord.  Amen