The mission of Trinity Ev. Lutheran Church is defined by our Savior in Matthew 28:19-20, “Therefore go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit, and teaching them to obey everything I have commanded you.”


Trinity Ev. Lutheran Church is built upon certain biblical principles, which include:


  • Making disciples is the mission of the church.
  • All other tasks and efforts of the Church should support and assist in carrying out this mission.
  • God gives us the Gospel to nurture and build up those who are already members of Christ’s family.
  • God gives us the Gospel to reach out to those who are not part of Christ’s family.
  • The Holy Spirit accomplishes this work through the Gospel in Word and Sacrament.
  • Making disciples is the privilege and responsibility of all Christians.
  • The Bible is the Word of God and the only infallible authority in matters of faith and life.


Since Trinity Ev. Lutheran School is an extension of Trinity Ev. Lutheran Church, this is also the mission of Trinity Ev. Lutheran School.


Trinity Ev. Lutheran School has two fundamental purposes.  The first is to make disciples for the Lord Jesus Christ by teaching our students to obey everything Christ has commanded us.  We call this teaching aspect of Christ’s command “Christian Education.”

Christian education is first and foremost the responsibility of Christian parents.  However, the church also has the command of God to assist the parents in meeting their obligation for Christian instruction.  Our school is a place where students may receive a Christian education that is thoroughly permeated with the Word of God.  Our goal is that through the Word of God the Holy Spirit will work to lead our students to know the love of God in Jesus Christ so that they might respond to that love with a life of faith, witness, worship, service, fellowship, and love.
In addition, Trinity Lutheran School has a second fundamental purpose.  We want our students to be disciples well-equipped to live and work in this world.  Although the eyes of a disciple of Christ are constantly fixed on the goal of heaven, we realize that we will live in this world until we reach that goal.  For this reason, we also teach our children the important functions and essential skills which they need to live in our society:  reading, writing, mathematics, social sciences, computer skills, and the fine arts.  A second fundamental purpose of Trinity Lutheran School, therefore, is to equip our students with the best scholastic skills possible that they might be valuable citizens and productive workers.


So that the vision for Trinity Lutheran School might be carried out according to God’s will, the Board of Lutheran Schools, together with the teachers, pastors, and Leadership Team, commit to:


  • Being witnesses of Jesus Christ to all people, in words and actions. (Acts 1:8)
  • Helping one another grow in the Word of God – encouraging faithful study of God’s Word. (Ephesians 4:11-14)
  • Submitting to the truth of God as revealed in the Bible. (John 17:17)
  • Uniting in worship with one another. (Hebrews 10:24-25)
  • Practicing fellowship with one another. (Acts 2:42)
  • Administering the Ministry of the Keys in His Church. (John 21-23)
  • Serving the needs of all people in Christian love. (John 13:35 and Galatians 6:10)