Posted on: January 20th, 2022 by Trillium Lutheran Church
Zoom Worship services are also available on our YouTube channel! So if you miss Sunday morning, you can still join us for worship later in the week. Please know there’s some delay in editing before posting to our YouTube channel. Here’s the link for Sunday’s worship on February 27, 2022:
Posted on: January 6th, 2022 by Trillium Lutheran Church
Epiphany Blessing of our homes. This inscription may be made with chalk above the entrance: *20 + C+ M+ B + 22* May your home be blessed by God and be a blessing to you this year! May your home be known for peace and joy. Hospitality and safety!
Posted on: December 23rd, 2021 by Trillium Lutheran Church
Trillium’s Christmas Eve Pageant will happen outside at 4:30 pm on Friday! Come with a lawn chair, very warm clothes, maybe an umbrella, and a joyful Christmas spirit! It is going to be awesome! This exciting event will take place at 22 Willow on the hill in front of the Sanctuary between the front doors and the nativity scene.
A later indoor Christmas Eve service at 8:30 pm and a Christmas Day service at 10:30 am will be livestreamed on YouTube and in-person for those who are fully vaccinated and pre-registered.
Posted on: December 2nd, 2021 by Trillium Lutheran Church
A generous donation of delicious cookies welcomed in-person worshippers on the first Advent Sunday, to build hope and community, and to remind us of days to come when we can once again enjoy a cup of coffee and a treat … together! What will we find on the second Advent Sunday? Join us Sunday at 10:30 am to find out! Contact the church office to register for in-person worship or join the livestream.
Posted on: November 3rd, 2021 by Trillium Lutheran Church
Trillium youth are hosting an intergenerational time of worship on Wednesday, Nov. 3 at 5:45 pm in the gym. Please join us as we remember and commemorate those who have passed away. You are invited to bring with you a photo or memento of a person you have lost, and will have the opportunity to light a candle for that person. In addition, we will be recognizing the 1,300+ children who died at residential schools and were buried in unmarked graves. Proof of vaccinations or exemption will be required.