Welcome to First Trinity and

St Matthew Lutheran Churches


Welcome to First Trinity and St Matthew Lutheran Churches. You're invited to journey in faith, love, understanding, inclusivity, advocacy, and awareness. We as individuals are not perfect, but we strive to be better witnesses of Christ. 

NOTE: Due to the spread of COVID-19 in the worldwide pandemic, we are not worshipping or gathering in-person together for the foreseeable future. Instead, we offer many virtual resources and events to help you find community during this difficult time of uncertainty.  


Sunday Morning Worship 10 AM

You are invited to worship via Zoom, Facebook  Live, or YouTube Live on Sunday mornings at 10AM! If you miss the livestream, you can watch the worship video anytime throughout the week on our website, Facebook, or YouTube. To follow along with the order of worship, here is our online bulletin for this upcoming Sunday! 

Tuesday Evening Prayer & Fellowship

Gather Tuesday evenings from 6:30pm-8pm with the community including friends of Grace Lutheran Church via Zoom for a series of fellowship, prayer, and worship. Join for any/all of the scheduled activities. Our theme for the Lenten season will be "Created for Community". Click here for event details. 

Weekly Wednesday Bible Study 12pm 

You're invited to a drop-in community Bible Study on Zoom every Wednesday where you'll find discussion of readings from the Bible in a literary context, while also taking time to pray with one another. Contact  for Zoom details. 

Sunday School

Welcome to Sunday School for all ages! This is an opportunity to grow in faith learning the Word of God in the Bible and the love God has for us and the world. Participate virtually by watching new lessons every week on our YouTube channel.


Sacred Rhythms Workshop Series 

Inviting you to a 12-week virtual series on spiritual practices! Come reflect on your unique faith journey in this workshop series. We're using the Sacred Rhythms material developed by Christian author, Ruth Haley Barton. Pastor Margrethe Kleiber will facilitate these workshops that include video, individual reflection, and small group discussion. Email  for zoom link. Check out the full event here. 

Celebrating Black Musicians in Sunday Worship!

In honor of Black Musicians during Black History Month we will be playing  Adagio cantabile from Cinnamon Grove  composed by Robert Nathaniel Dett during worship this Sunday. Robert was a Canadian-American composer, organist, pianist, choral director, and music professor. He studied at Oberlin Conservatory of Music in Ohio, which was one of the only non-segregated schools at the time and went on to compose music influenced by American folk music. The suite Cinnamon Grove was written in 1928, and consists of four movements, each based on one of Dett’s favorite pieces of poetry.

Welcome Pastor Margrethe Kleiber! 

Please extend a warm welcome to Pastor Margrethe Kleiber, who will be serving as the interim pastor for both St. Matthew and First Trinity starting January 1st.