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We are Trinity Lutheran Church. A congregation of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA), we are a 169 year-old community of faith who  loves God with heart, hands, and voices. We are located in Vale, North Carolina, (about 15 miles south of Hickory, and 13 west of Lincolnton). We believe ourselves to be sinful people who are unworthy of God's love. Yet through God's mercy, we receive grace and are forgiven, redeemed, and are made saints. Because of God's love, grace, and mercy we freely share the gifts, talents, skills, resources, and passions that we have been given by God.

 

This web site is one of our many ministries. It is an on-going process and sometimes it gets old and stale and there is no new news! Sorry, we are sinful people. At other times, we feel God's call and follow God's empowering inspiration and get fresh articles, content and media.We hope you visit this site often and that each time you find something new and different and inspirational. In the meantime, feel free to visit us in person if you are ever in the area. We'd love to meet you and get to know you better. 

 

 Trinity Lutheran - God's work. Our hands.

 

Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Classes for all ages.

Worship 11:00 a.m.

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  • ELCA provides humanitarian assistance for vulnerable people in the CAR
    CHICAGO (ELCA) – The Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA) has added $50,000 in humanitarian assistance to its August 2013 relief commitment of $250,000 to help those affected by the violence in the Central African Republic. The funds were disbursed through Lutheran Disaster Response. The ELCA sent $50,000 to the Evangelical Lutheran Church of the Central African Republic for emergency food aid distribution to 5,000 internally displaced people. The church is one of the ELCA's com...
  • James Justman resigns as bishop of ELCA East-Central Synod of Wisconsin
    CHICAGO (ELCA) -- The Rev. James A. Justman, bishop of the East-Central Synod of Wisconsin of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA), resigned as bishop of the synod effective Dec. 19, 2013. In a Dec. 20 letter to members of the synod, Justman wrote that it is his hope that "you know how much I have loved this calling, and how honored I have been to share in ministry and mission with you. For personal reasons, the timing is best for me to step away at this time." Justman began...
  • ELCA leaders urge U.S. Secretary of State to continue aid in CAR
    CHICAGO (ELCA) -- In a letter to U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry, leaders of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA) expressed concern for "the grave state of human insecurity in the Central African Republic." ELCA leaders urged Kerry and other U.S. elected officials to "continue the aid measures in the Central African Republic, support the efforts of religious leaders to prevent violence and promote peace and harmony among their communities and restore order." Fighting betw...