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


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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Daily Devotional


MohnRev. Kendra Mohn has been at Trinity since 2010. From 2010-2016 she worked as Trinity’s Teaching Pastor; she now serves as Trinity’s Lead Pastor.

Pastor Mohn was raised on a farm near Cherokee, Iowa, where she grew up showing 4-H livestock at the fair, taking music lessons, working at the local radio station, and helping out at church. She is a graduate of Luther College in Decorah, IA (BA 1999, cello performance and communication/linguistics), the University of Pittsburgh, PA (MA 2001, historical musicology) and Luther Seminary, St. Paul, MN (MDiv 2005). She did her pastoral internship at Messiah Lutheran, Auburn, WA (2003-2004), and was ordained at Bethlehem Lutheran, Cherokee, IA, in October 2005. After graduation, she served Mt. Zion Lutheran Church in Wauwatosa, WI, as Associate Pastor (2005-2009) and Interim Senior Pastor (2009-2010).
Kendra is also a PhD candidate in Biblical Studies at Brite Divinity School at TCU. Her academic interests include the ways that gender, empire, and power intersect in the New Testament. Her dissertation work focuses on the depiction of male figures in the Gospel of Matthew in light of Roman constructions of masculinity. She loves teaching and learning, and likes thinking critically with others about how the church, the academy, and contemporary culture intersect.  
In her spare time, Pastor Mohn enjoys reading, writing, photography, travel, and cheering for the TCU Horned Frogs and Iowa State Cyclones. She is married to Rev. Erik Gronberg, who is Bishop of the Northern Texas-Northern Louisiana Synod of the ELCA.  Kendra and Erik live in the Foster Park neighborhood of Fort Worth with their three children and rescue cat named Minerva.
Don Strickland is serving as interim assistant to Rev. Kendra Mohn. While currently journeying through the ordination process with the Northern Texas, Northern Louisiana Synod of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, Don is a full-time, dual-program graduate student at Brite Divinity (Texas Christian University) in Fort Worth, Texas. and Luther Seminary in St. Paul, Minnesota. 
Prior to entering seminary, Don was a public school history teacher, eventually accepting a position as principal in Fort Worth, Texas.  His undergraduate education includes a bachelor’s degree from UTA in political science, with a minor in philosophy. Areas of academic and profession interests include pastoral counseling and care and the intersections of faith and politics.
Married for 24 years, Don and his wife, Laura, have two grown children, Gus and Ali. They have now extended their family to include a rescue Boxer named Indira, and a rescue Mustang filly named Tusen Takk (Norwegian for “A Thousand Thanks).