Worship Times

Sunday
Worship: 8:30am & 10:30am
Christian Education: 9:20am
Offsite @ Kyrie: 5pm
 
Wednesday
Worship: 7:07pm (September-May)
 

Directions

Trinity Lutheran Church is planted in the heart of the Fort Worth Cultural District

We are located at 3621 Tulsa Way at the corner of Montgomery Street and Camp Bowie (across from McDonalds). Tulsa Way intersects Montgomery Street just one block south of Camp Bowie Blvd., approximately one mile north of West Freeway (or I-30) about 1 mile west of Downtown Fort Worth.
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2017 Summer Christian Education Schedule – Come Join Us!
          Trinity’s Sunday morning Education Hour occurs each week from 9:15 a.m. - 10:15 a.m. Every Sunday, there is an adult class in the Library, which meets during the Education Hour, There is Sunday school for young people, of every age, with a little more causal agenda than during the program but still lots of FUN. They meet in the Fellowship Hall. This youth series ends next Sunday, August 20. Fall programming commences on Rally Day, September 10.
          Pastor Mohn is leading a discussion to develop Trinity’s input toward the formation of the ELCA’s Social Statement on women and gender justice. The group will meet each Sunday (9:15am-10:15am), during the month of August, in the Fellowship Hall.
 
It’s Almost Time for School to Begin!
          The Fort Worth ISD classes begin on Monday, August 21 and other districts in the area begin shortly thereafter. As is our tradition, we will have a “Blessing of the Backpacks” at both services on Sunday, August 20. We encourage all students, young and old, and any teachers, to bring their backpack or some other significant item, so that they can proceed into the academic year ahead with the knowledge that Christ goes with them.
 
Light in the Midst of Darkness – an Advent Fair
          As part of her Parish Lay Ministry Academy experience, Darlene Hopkins is expected to complete a “contextual project.” She has chosen to make hers a part of our Advent celebration this year. She is coordinating an Advent Fair, to be held on Sunday, November 12. She envisions that this will be a fun opportunity to explore some different ways to approach the Christmas season by observing the season of Advent in a more intentional way.
          An event like this is never the work of only one person. She invites you to share in the experience by volunteering to head up a table. A list of potential activities is included in the August edition of the Trinity Views and copies are available in the church office. If this sounds interesting to you, or if you have another idea for an Advent table display, please contact Darlene at emommy_dch@yahoo.com or 817-905-8825.
 
Bridal Shower Luncheon
You are cordially invited to a bridal shower luncheon for Lauren Barton and Bryan Harrell on Sunday, August 27, from Noon-2:00p.m., in the Fellowship Hall. They are registered by Bed Bath and Beyond. The shower is being coordinated by Lorraine Little (817-304-0890) and Mary Blaha. 
 
Reading is Essential
          One of the most important skills people need is READING. The Women's & Children's Center @ the Presbyterian Night Shelter has bookshelves that need to be stocked. Please consider giving new or gently-used books suitable for infants to high school kids. Thanks for your participation!
 
Games & Cookies at Presbyterian Night Shelter – Every Second Tuesday
          Our next game night at PNS will be Tuesday, September 12. We meet at Trinity at 6:30 p.m., car pool over, and return to Trinity by 8:30. This is such a rewarding endeavor – come and see how good it feels to “Make Christ Known and Share God’s Love and Grace” with the residents of the Night Shelter and Women and Children’s Building. We serve punch and cookies and play board games with the adults; and serve cookies and milk and play bingo in the women and children’s facility We have been short-handed for the last couple months and we need more people. 
          This has been one of Trinity's greatest outreach projects to the community we live in. Please call the Doug/Linda Perrin @ 817 980-8409 or Wally/Pat Diehl @ 817 233-5783 and let us know if you have questions and/or you will be able to help.
 
Quilts for Lutheran World Relief
          Every third Saturday of the month (10:00am-Noon), a group of dedicated seamstresses meet in the Fellowship Hall to work on quilts that are ultimately given to Lutheran World Relief for distribution to refugees around the world. They will meet again this Saturday, August 19. The design is pretty basic and simple and does not require great skill. The end product, though, is a palpable and useful sign that we recognize the plight of the refugee and/or refugee family who received this gift. There’s lots of fabric available, space for cutting out, laying out, sewing, applying batting and binding. If you’d like more information, please contact Linda Perrin at lperrin332@gmail.com. Come join us … we a have a good time together!