Labor Day Hamburger Stand- Each year, Trinity serves hamburgers in our parking lot during Hawarden’s ‘Big Sioux River Days'. Profits from this stand fund special youth and mission programs.
Welcome to Trinity!
Here are some opportunities our congregation offers to serve you and our neighbor:
Midweek Advent and Lenten Services- During these seasons we offer special services on Wednesdays at 11:00 a.m. and 7:00 p.m. These services focus on special themes during appropriate to the season.
Missionary Support- Faithful to the Lord’s call for workers in the harvest field and Christ’s promise to “Go, make disciples,” Trinity supports 3 missionary families who bring the Good News of Jesus Christ across the world.
Adult Bible Study- God’s Word is for you! Our congregation offers two weekly bible studies on Sunday morning at 9:15 a.m. and Wednesday at 7:00 p.m. to learn and grow in God’s Word by studying the Scriptures.
Lutheran Women's Missionary League (LWML) is a ladies group that meets once a month for bible study and prayer. They gather offerings (mites) to support missionaries throughout the world, including our own Siouxland area.
Young Families- School-age families meet once a month to discuss family-related issues, bible study, prayer, and to fellowship.
Social Club- being together matters! The first Wednesday of each month we offer an opportunity to meet informally together for a devotion and time to share what’s going on in people’s lives.
Vacation Bible Study- a Christ-centered Vacation Bible Study is held the third week of June each summer for pre-school to 5th grade kids. Community members are also invited to attend.
Youth Group- meets from September to May to grow in God’s word through studying the Word and building relationships through fellowship activities.
Camp Okoboji- Trinity partners with our families to send kids to Camp Okoboji, the LCMS’ camp in Milford, Iowa. Camp provides an opportunity for growth, fellowship, and fun.
Homebound Visits/Lamplighters- Pastor Lowe and Trinity members want to ensure God’s people are cared for in every stage of life, especially the elderly. Visiting members monthly who are homebound by sharing God’s Word and prayers is an important work we embrace.