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At Trinity Lutheran Church | Oregon City we see worship as our opportunity for us to sing praises to God, receive forgiveness from our sins, hear God's Word and to apply His Word to our lives. We also have the opportunity in worship to experience God's physical presence in His body and blood in with and under the bread and wine in the mystery of the Sacrament of the Lord's Supper.



Our worship services at Trinity are what we call "blended". What this means is that they are a blend between the old and the new styles of worship. In each worship service we use a combination of traditional hymns and contemporary songs to sing praise to our God and King. We use a variety of musical instruments for the music in our worship. We value the role of youth involvement in the worship service.  The squiggles and cries don't bother us. (We've all been there!) We seek to embrace what Jesus commands when he said to his disciples in Matthew 19:14 "Let the little children come to me and do not hinder them, for to such belongs the kingdom of heaven.”

Check the homepage and the calendar for special service times on holidays like Christmas and Easter.

First, Third and Fifth Sundays


We celebrate the Sacrament of Holy Communion or the Lord's Supper at least twice a month at our Sunday worship services and sometimes three times if there are five Sundays! We also celebrate this special meal at selected special worship services.
We believe that through the power and mystery of God's Word, we receive the body and blood of our Savior Jesus Christ in with and under the bread and wine for the forgiveness of our sins and the strengthening of our faith.


Midweek Worship Services

During special  seasons of the year like Thanksgiving, Advent (the weeks leading up to Christmas) and Lent (the weeks leading up to Easter) Trinity has special midweek evening worship services to focus our attention on the true meaning of these special seasons of the church year.

Check out the calendar for dates and times for these special services. 

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