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We worship together in person and online via Zoom at 11 AM on Sundays.
Please contact the church office for this week's Zoom URL and passcode.
Let's Stay Connected Online!
It is important for our Christian community to stay connected during this difficult time.
 
Remember to keep in touch with your church family and let them know they’re loved and in your thoughts and prayers.
Bulletin for Online Worship

(Bulletin for Upcoming Worship is Uploaded on Fridays)

Click below to download this week's service bulletin for online worship.
Welcome!
Trinity Old Lutheran Church is grounded in the words of Jesus.  

We are empowered by God’s amazing grace and the power of the Holy Spirit.  

We are continually being made “new” through the forgiveness of sins

and our belief that God is not finished with us yet. 

 

We gather for worship, service and fellowship.  

Through worship and fellowship, we are empowered to serve our neighbors as Jesus commanded.  We welcome and encourage new people to help us continue to be renewed by the Holy Spirit. 

Latest News & Events
  • Worship with us this Sunday!
    We worship together in person and online every Sunday at 11 AM.
    Our worship service is broadcast online via Zoom.
    Please contact the church office to receive weekly Zoom invites in your email.


    All are welcome!  
     
  • September Mission
    Lutheran Immigration and Refugee Service (LIRS) will be the mission focus. The organization has been welcoming migrants and refugees from around the world for over 80 years. LIRS is in urgent need of donations that would provide the Afghan Allies with food, housing assistance, clothing and other basic needs. Please use the marked envelopes in 8 the narthex, or mail your donations to the church office – please indicate on your check that it is designated for LIRS. 

     
  • Table Talk
    Beginning this Wednesday, Sept. 8 at 6:30 pm, please join us for a bi-weekly discussion group. We will use Charlie Schmidtke’s new book, “My I’s,” as a resource for the topics of discussion, however, reading the book is not a pre-requisite for attending. The first topic of discussion will be “Discovering our racial prejudices.” This class is held in the evening so that those who might work during the day will be able to attend.
    Click here for more info.

     
  • Bible Study on First Peter at Augustana Lutheran Church 
    This Friday, we start discussing 1st Peter – this letter exhibits a triumphant conviction of faith. Pastor Fred will lead this 6-week bible study from 10 -11:30 a.m. at Augustana Lutheran Church. The classes will meet on September 10, 17, 24 and October 8, 15, 22. A Zoom invite will be available too. Hope to see you there!
     
  • Operation Christmas Child
    We are still collecting items for this year’s shoeboxes; there’s a collection box in the narthex. Thank you for your continued support.

     
  • Book Signing and Fellowship
    Join us here at TOL this Saturday, September 11 for some relaxation and conversation between 10:15 am and 12:15 pm. Charlie Schmidtke will sign copies of his latest book, My I’s, which will be available for purchase if desired. There will be tea, coffee, and cookies to enjoy. Feel free to come anytime and stay as long as you wish.
    Click here for more info.

     
  • Adult Ed Classes – Fall 2021
    Did you always want to learn more about other world religions? This Fall, the Adult Ed classes will help us learn about these! Here is the schedule for this series of classes, which take place on Mondays at 1 pm, in the Fireside Lounge and on Zoom. 
    Click here for more info.

     
  • Alzheimer’s Walk 2021
    This year’s walk will be held on September 18 at Buffalo Outer Harbor. If you are interested in walking, you can register here on the Alzheimer’s website. If we have enough people interested, Earlene Crocker will be happy to register TOL as a team.

     
  • Food Drive
    We are so grateful for all your donations! We will continue to accept grocery donations of non-perishable items, such as: Soups and other canned goods (vegetables, tuna, etc.) Peanut butter, jelly, pasta sauce, applesauce Boxes of pantry staples, for example, cereal, rice and pasta (Please check food expiration dates before donating.) Paper goods (toilet paper, paper towels, etc.) Personal care (feminine hygiene products, bar soap, shampoo, toothpaste, diapers, etc.) Gift cards for Tops or Wegmans Food items can be dropped off here at TOL Tuesdays through Fridays from 9 a.m. – noon by entering through the far-left front door, where the elevator is situated, and placing the bags of groceries in the bins provided there. Thank you for your generosity!