191 South Columbia Street Hemet, CA 92544 - Phone: (951) 658-5013 Fax: (951) 658-6684 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Drawing Near to the Heart of God
Showing the Heart of God to Others
Welcome to Trinity Lutheran Church of Hemet, one of the oldest churches in the valley and one of the oldest Lutheran Churches in Southern California! We invite you to join us for Sunday Worship and Fellowship, or for one of our many learning, fellowship and service opportunities during the week. All are welcome in this place. If you have any questions, please contact our Church Office at 951-658-5013.
This Week At Trinity- May 19, 2019
Every Sunday at 9:30: Join us for between Service Fellowship in the Celebration Center. Visitors are welcome to all events on the calendar unless otherwise noted.
Monday - May 20th:
Al-Anon Meeting in the Luther Room at 10:30am
DBSA Meeting in the Luther Room at 5:00pm
Tuesday - May 21st:
Theology On Tap at Mega Bites in Hemet at 7:00pm
Wednesday - May 22nd:
TWELCA service day, bring a friend, meeting in the celebration center at 9:00am
Women’s Bible Study meeting in the Luther Room at 6:30pm. All women are welcome .
Thursday - May 23rd:
TOPS (Take Off Pounds Sensibly) meeting in the Luther Room at 8:30am
Friday - May 24th: Office Closed.
Saturday - May 25th:
Al-Anon -Saturday meeting in the Luther Room at 10:30am
NEXT SUNDAY - May 25th - 8:30 Traditional & 10:15 Praise Service with Pastor George Crisp.
Click here for a list of all the opportunities for fellowship and service at Trinity!
Worship With Us -
Services conducted by: Interim Pastor George Crisp
Traditional Service - 8:30 a.m.
A service steeped in the Lutheran Tradition, thoughtful in message, prayer, and altar communion
Praise Service - 10:15 a.m.
A service full of praise and celebration of God's love, contemporary message, prayer, and congregational communion
For a full calendar of our events, click here!
Everyone is welcome to join us for worship. We are less than 1/4 mile south of Florida Avenue (State Hwy 74) on the west side of S. Columbia Street. The church can be seen from Florida Avenue.