Our Mission: With compassion, we welcome everyone and follow Jesus Christ.
Our Values
Holy Trinity Lutheran Church models' compassion through love for all people, worship, welcome and acceptance. social justice. service. and generosity.

Holy Trinity is a church home that believes God welcomes people from all walks of life; no matter how we identify. The reason we call our church members “partners in ministry” is because we believe we are all partners in God’s work.  We strive to take an active role in revealing God’s love and promise that is at work among us.

We take care of each other.                                                                                                                                        

We visit our elderly or home-bound community members and bring them communion.  We go caroling to the homes of neighbors and shut-ins during the holidays.  We host groups for all folks to connect, explore, and grow together in God's love.

We take care of others.                                                                                                                                                   

We support a church-based organization called Family Promise so that those who find themselves homeless have food and shelter within our church walls.  We partner with many food banks including, Open Arms Food Bank and St. Andrew's Market.  We host God's Work Our Hands Sunday during which our community engages in service projects. Our Youth Team hosts a High School Trip with an emphasis on service, each summer.

We take care of future generations.                                                                                                                       

We want children in worship! Worship is a key piece in faith formation.  Studies tell us that the most accurate indicator of worship participation as an adult includes worship as a child. Look for "busy boxes", children’s bulletins, and a children's sermon during worship.   

Faith Quest, our Wednesday night ministry, is the main ministry through which we engage our young people in faith formation experiences.  We also host events to enrich entire families including hiking, ice cream socials, cook-outs, campouts, Rainbow Trail Day Camp, Rainbow Trail Camp for Intros, Juniors, Junior High and Senior High People.

Our partnership with one another revolves around worship, celebrations of baptisms and funerals, generosity towards the wider community, good food, and shared stories.

Our Traditions
  • September: God’s Work Our Hands Sunday is the second Sunday of September, where we do acts of service for our neighborhood, such as making cookies for our local police department. 
  • Faith Quest- our faith formation education and community meal for all ages begins- the first 3 Wednesday of every month.
  • October: We love to celebrate the Fall season at Holy Trininty! Our annual community event- OktoberFest includes a Brat/Hot Dog Cookout, Root Beer Kegs, Music, Trunk R Treating, and fun for the whole family!
  • November: every year, we partner with Open Arms Food Bank to make thanksgiving boxes for families who may not have enough food Thanksgiving Day
  • December: Sunday caroling, AdventFest and candlelit Christmas Eve Services
  • January: Our Congregational Annual Meeting 
  • Easter: Easter Egg hunt for kids between Easter worship services on Sunday
  • April: Celebration of Elders brunch
  • June: HTLC PrideFest celebration in the parking lot with food trucks, pet parade, dunk tank all to kick off Pride Month. 
  • July: Rainbow Trail Lutheran Camp traveling day camp/Vacation Bible School

 

 

 

Our History

Humble beginnings

1951 - Request to start a mission in Littleton filed

1955 - First Service above the Littleton Independent

1956 - Festival of Organization at East Elementary

1957 - Groundbreaking for Trinity Hall

1962 - Groundbreaking for Sanctuary

 

Holy Trinity Preschool

Holy Trinity Preschool started in 1981, and was accredited with the National Academy of Early Childhood Programs in 1999, which we still hold today. Currently, we serve over 100 children ages 18 months to 6 years old.