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Welcome, Worship, Witness


Join us in "Uniting with Ukraine" as we welcome families fleeing the violence in Ukraine. Learn more

Pastor's Message

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Pastor Shivon Miller




We are so glad that you are here either online or in person.  We hope you will contact us with your prayer requests and visit us on Facebook. 


We hope you'll join us on June 24th for the CHUM Rhubarb festival at the Stella Maris Academy and here at Trinity for Vacation bible school July 24-28th.



Service Times


Join us in person each Sunday morning at 10:00 a.m. or particiapte via the zoom service.  Read sermons online.


Service at Aftenro - Last Sunday of every month at 2:00 p.m. 


Join us on Facebook   

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Upcoming Events and Weekly Schedule


June 4 - Congregational breakfast to celebrate graduates


June 24 - CHUM Rhubarb Festival - if you have extra rhubarb bring it to church by June 11th 


July 24-28 - Vacation Bible School - Stellar: Share Jesus Light


August 1 - National Night Out at Trinity


Read the ECHO newsletter 

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Ways to Participate


We are seeking volunteers to help with Worship activities. All ages and skill levels are needed! Call the office to let us know you are interested.


Current needs: 

Sunday morning greeters




See a complete list of opportunities







Trinity partners with others to do great things.

Come and get involved! 



Food - Shelter - Dignity - Hope

Don't forget to attend the CHUM Rhubarb festival this year on June 24th at Stella Maris Academy. Fun, music, and 1400 rhubarb pies for sale.


Current Needs:

Financial contributions toward food purchases for the

food shelf are needed more than ever. Contribute. Learn more about the new Chum2GO program for those who can not get to the food shelf. There is a special need for peanut butter and cereal at the food shelf.


CHUM is currently collecting tents, sleeping bags, grocery cards and gas cards for individuals living outside. Contact CHUM if you have unneeded items. See their emergency housing page for more information.



Future initiatives

Nine organizations in cooperation with City leadership have created, Stepping On Up, a five year plan to address unsheltered and sheltered homelessness in Duluth. They currently need support for Phase 1, creating authorized living zones. Go to SteppingOnUpDuluth.org to learn more.


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God's Work, Our Hands

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. 


Hear about ways the ELCA is encouraging creation care.


Give to those who are fleeing war in the Ukraine




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Lutheran Social Service News

Neighbors Helping Neighbors

Lutheran Social Service of Minnesota expresses the love of Christ for all people. See a list of services LSS provides.


Current News: The Bethany Crisis Shelter recently held an open house for community members to tour their new building. The shelter provides short term, emergency housing for youth 0-17 in crisis situations.





Join us as we celebrate each season together



Did you know about ... Pentecost and Ordinary Time


Pentecost Sunday comes fifty days after Easter Sunday. It is the celebration of the coming of the Holy Spirit and the beginning of the Christian church. The season after pentecost stretches through the rest of the year until Advent comes around again. Throughout this time, Christians follow the gospel stories of the life and ministry of Jesus and seek the guidance of the Holy Spirit.


Read about the events that took place on Pentecost:  Acts 2


The Sundays following Pentecost until the first Sunday in Advent are often called ordinary time. This season might be thought of as time walking with Christ. Bible readings during these Sundays focus on events in Christ's life. There is time to focus on the lessons Jesus taught and how they apply to our lives. The altar color for this time period is green for hope. As nature turns green and grows we also try to grow in faith. 


Bible readings for this time: Read Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John (the four gospels that tell the good news of Jesus' life)





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