COVID-19 Worship Protocols

Trinity Lutheran Ministries has resumed in-person worship Saturdays at 5:00 p.m. and Sundays at 8:00 a.m. and 10:30 a.m. with appropriate precautions in place. We will limit the Sanctuary to 100 worshipers with limited overflow seating available in the lower level of the church.

Please wear a mask when entering and exiting the church.

An Elder or Usher will welcome you and provide direction. We will provide an attendance card for you to place in the collection plate.

Shaking hands and other physical interaction is discouraged among worshipers.

Pews are prepared for physical distancing between families. 

Our Pastor(s) and Elders will wear masks and take all precautions during Communion.

Please hold out your hand to receive the Body. Only individual cups are offered.

Hand sanitizer is available for use upon entering and prior to communion. Please feel free to bring your own.

Hymnals are removed from the Sanctuary. Please view the screens for the order of service and hymns. Limited large print copies will be available.

If you make in-person donations, collection plates are located outside the Sanctuary and inside the sanctuary near the baptismal font.

The worship space and restrooms will be sanitized between services.

Those who are sick or symptomatic of respiratory illness should refrain from attending in-person service until cleared by a medical professional. (Symptoms include cough, shortness of breath or difficulty breating, fever, chills, muscle pain, sore throat, new loss of taste/smell.)

 Members who are in a high-risk group may continue to abstain, without guilt, from in-person worship service. We will continue the “Drive-In” option during each service, with communion offered to those remaining in their vehicle. We will also continue to post both audio and video of our services online, as we have since March. Pastors are available to provide private communion to members upon request.