Enrollment for the 2019-2020 School Year is now open! Visit the Open Enrollment page and fill out an application here. (Parents of current students: use re-enrollment form.)
Pastor Preus’s installation will take place at the evening divine service on Saturday, June 1, at 5:00 PM. Please attend if you are able!
The Rev. Mark Maas, pastor of King of Glory Lutheran Church here in Cheyenne, preached this sermon at Trinity Lutheran Church on Jubilate Sunday (the Fourth Sunday of Easter). In it he touched on several wonderful themes, themes which are especially apropos as we come to the end of another school year, anticipate the arrival of a new pastor, and thank God for the unmerited blessings He has bestowed upon us, even His Son Jesus Christ, Our Lord.
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Where are you located? TLCS is located near the downtown of Cheyenne, Wyoming, at the corner of 22nd Street and Duff Avenue. For our location on Google Maps, simply click here or on the map in the sidebar.
When is church? The Divine Service is celebrated at Trinity every Sunday at 9:00 AM, every Saturday at 5:00 PM, and throughout the year on feast days as announced. Lenten midweek Vespers services are held at 7:00 PM, with a potluck beforehand at 6:00 PM.
Who is your pastor? We were in a pastoral vacancy from August 2018 to mid-March 2019. On Sunday, March 17, 2019, the Rev. John Preus accepted the divine call to serve our congregation. Pastor Preus’s installation will be in May. In the meantime, we continue to be served by the Rev. Marcus J. Baikie, associate pastor of Our Savior Lutheran Church, one of our sister congregations here in Cheyenne. To contact Pastor Baikie, please use the pastoral contact form or visit the Faculty & Staff Directory.
Do you offer Bible studies? Yes. Sunday Bible classes begin at 10:30 AM. The women’s study meets at 10:30 AM on Wednesdays. The men’s study meets at 6:30 AM on Tuesdays. You are also welcome to attend our 2018-2019 Lutheran Inquiry & Adult Instruction class.
What do you believe? As a Lutheran congregation Trinity finds her identity in the proclamation of the catholic Christian faith: Christ died for our sins in accordance with the Scriptures and was raised to life for our justification. We believe that the prophetic and apostolic Scriptures (i.e. the Old and New Testaments) are the very Word of God written, divinely inspired and inerrant, and that they are the norm for Christian doctrine (2 Timothy 3:16-17). Our pastor and congregation have publicly subscribed to the Lutheran Confessions (i.e. the Book of Concord) because they are in complete agreement with the Scriptures and thus express “the faith which was once for all delivered to the saints” (Jude 1:3). In accordance with this one faith, the Word of God is preached in its truth and purity at Trinity and the sacraments are rightly administered. For a summary of what we as Lutherans believe, please consult the Small Catechism of Dr. Martin Luther.
What is your worship practice? We joyfully retain the Lutheran liturgy at Trinity. The Divine Service and hymns are taken straight from the Lutheran Service Book (2006) with some supplementation from The Lutheran Hymnal (1941). The Lord’s Supper is celebrated every Sunday. Our school has daily chapel services which are open to the public: Matins (the morning prayer office) Monday through Thursday and Vespers (the evening prayer office) on Friday.
Do you practice closed communion? Yes. In accordance with Scripture, Trinity practices closed communion (cf. “An Explanation of Closed Communion”). Visitors who are not members of congregations in fellowship with Trinity are welcome to remain in the pew during the distribution of the Sacrament or come forward for a blessing with arms folded across the chest. The pastor would be glad to speak with you if you have additional questions about our communion practice.