WELCOME TO TRINITY LUTHERAN CHURCH!
For more than 100 years, Trinity Chesterfield has been a lighthouse in West St. Louis County, shining forth with the light of Christ.
We invite you to join us in being people of God committed to serving, growing and welcoming. Our Congregation strives to live in the way of Christ within and outside the walls of our church. We believe God has called us to Trinity and has blessed us with a feeling of Family and Fellowship amongst our members. We are here to learn about His Love and to spread His Word.
Our Vision: Our Mission:
Trinity is a place where we can bring our families to grow in the love of Christ. In today's society, time becomes more and more scarce, and time for worship competes with the demands of daily life (families, friends, career, etc.). Trinity Lutheran Church provides an environment for meaningful worship in a manner familiar to our traditional Lutheran or other Christian upbringing. Trinity also serves as a reminder of the Blessings we receive from God every day and how fortunate we are to live in His Grace.
Trinity is a small church with a big heart. We reach out to the community with many missions locally and globally. Locally, we support Gateway180, Circle of Concern, LuMin St. Louis, Lutheran Senior Services, Lutheran Family & Children’s Services, and Meals Do Matter. Internationally, we support Lantern Hill, ELCA World Hunger, and our Companion Synod's mission in Eastern Russia, Siberia and Urals and Papua New Guinea. Please join us in helping others in need with the grace and guidance of Jesus Christ.
Trinity Lutheran is a member of the Evangelical Lutheran Church of America (ELCA). In Jesus Christ, God has reconciled us to God and to each other. As we gather around Word and Sacraments, this life in Christ is what defines, shapes and guides us as a community of faith.
"In Christ none of us lives in isolation from others.
Jesus is our peace and has broken down the walls that divide us
walls of judgment, hatred, condemnation and violence
and has made us into one, new human community."