Worship Times

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

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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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It’s a Picnic Lunch Celebration TODAY … and you’re invited!
The first Harry Potter book just turned 20 years old. What else is 20 years old? Mary Ann Long's tenure at Trinity Lutheran Church! Please join us after second service today, as we celebrate Mary Ann and her contributions to Trinity's ministry. Hot dogs and hamburgers will be served in the Fellowship Hall. We will have a short program at noon to thank Mary Ann for all she is and does for Trinity.
 
Help Us Welcome and “Pound” our new Pastor’s Family
“Pounding the preacher” was a common event in nineteenth century Texas. This wasn't abuse, but a way of welcoming a new preacher and making sure his larder/pantry was full. Each member of the congregation would provide a pound of something: coffee, sugar, flour, butter, honey, what have you.
When Pastor Matt Schroeder and his wife, Kelsey Schroeder, arrive from Minnesota, sometime within the next two weeks, we’d like to help them stock their pantry with essential items that they would likely not choose to pack up and pay to ship – all the practical things one might need to set up housekeeping. You are invited to help us welcome them by participating.
Pastor Schroeder’s ministry at Trinity will begin on August 1. We are excited to move forward and see what God has planned for our future together, as we “Make Christ Known and Share God’s Love and Grace.”
 
Reformation Discussion Schedule
This summer, in preparation for the 500th Anniversary of the Reformation, Pastor Mohn will host several Thursday night classes. The classes will include both video presentations and discussions and will provide a historical and theological framework for the Reformation. 
The Reformation Roots videos are 20 minutes, allowing us to watch and then discuss the information presented. The videos are chronological, but each week will have a specific focus, so don’t feel like you can’t come if you have to miss a session or two. We will begin at 7:00 each evening and finish by 8:30. All are invited!
   July 20: “From Priest to Outlaw” (20 minutes), discussion (20 minutes)
“From Heretic to Hero” (20 minutes), discussion (20 minutes)
   July 27: “From Scholar to Father” (20 minutes), discussion (20 minutes)
“From Simple to Complex” (20 minutes), discussion (20 minutes)  
 
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 are two different adult classes (Library and Conference Room) meeting during the Education Hour, from 9:15-10:15am. 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 on August 20. Fall programming commences on Rally Day, September 10.
 
We have a TERRIFIC Opportunity!
Two formerly homeless young men, served by the Presbyterian Night Shelter, successfully completed high school this spring and they are going to college this fall! Trinity has been invited to help provide some of the things each will need. (Another group is providing them two laptops!) The following is a list of essentials that will help them transition into their new life:
Twin XL size - 3 bath towels wastebasket laundry basket
  lighter-weight blanket 3 face towels desk lamp laundry detergent
  mattress pad and pillow 6 washcloths alarm clock dryer sheets under-bed storage bin Target gift cards hangers shower caddy
Donations may be placed in the boxes in the Narthex, and they will be delivered to PNS before July 25; since the going-away celebration will be on July 28. We wish Clifton and William the very best!!
 
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 on Tuesday, August 8. 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.