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To accomplish our purpose of building a thriving community, Holy Trinity Church partners with these organizations and ministries.



Arusha Lutheran Medical Centre of Tanzania

The Arusha Lutheran Medical Centre is a Christian Hospital providing accessible, affordable, and excellent specialized health care in the region. The Centre proclaims the love of Jesus Christ by serving the whole person through provision of specialized care, training and research.


Operation Bootstrap Africa.

Founded in 1965, Operation Bootstrap Africa (OBA) is a non-profit organization that partners with communities in Tanzania, Kenya, and Madagascar. Grounded in a “self-help” philosophy, Bootstrap works in partnership with local groups, uses local resources, and follows local priorities.


The Nazareth Project

Nazareth Project (NPI) was founded in 1990 to strengthen the healing and educational ministries of Nazareth Hospital and the School of Nursing in Nazareth, Israel.


 Sirua Aulo Water Project

Founded by Holy Trinity member Eric Slaugh, the goal of the Sirua Aulo Water Project is to provide reliable drinking water to the students, staff, and surrounding community of the Sirua Aulo Academy in Kenya.



Interfaith Partnership for the Chesapeake

Our mission is to ignite the power of faith communities in the Chesapeake region to honor all of Creation by working together to protect and restore our shared watershed. There are over *19,000 congregations in the Chesapeake watershed.


Lower Susquehanna Synod of the ELCA (Evangelical Lutheran Church in America)

Lower Susquehanna Synod is where the hungry are fed as we have been fed by Christ. We welcome all because God welcomes all.



Crispus Attucks Community Center

Crispus Attucks Community Center strives to improve the quality of life for youth and families in Lancaster by providing services that promote community prosperity, physical and mental health; and by offering programs and cultural events which preserve the African American heritage.


Lancaster Downtown Investment District

The Lancaster Downtown Investment District is located in the heart of Lancaster City. Property owners in the DID pay for the services and amenities that help to support a vibrant downtown. Since its creation in 1992, the DID has undergone two boundary expansions at the request of property owners and seen enormous growth as a result of the valuable services it provides. The DID has an executive director and an 11-member Board of Directors consisting of City residents, business owners, and stakeholders. The Lancaster City Alliance manages the Downtown Investment District.


Historic Woodward Hill Cemetery

Founded in 1852 by Trinity Lutheran Church, Woodward Hill Cemetery is one of Lancaster’s significant historic sites. The cemetery was the largest and most elaborate of the new “rural” cemeteries established in the mid- nineteenth century, designed as vital open space, allowing for recreation as well as veneration of the dead. The final resting place of many notable clergy, veterans, education, civic and business leaders, Woodward Hill’s best known grave site belongs to James Buchanan, 15th President of the United States. The cemetery occupies 32 acres and contains approximately 13,750 graves. In 2005 it was placed on the National Register of Historic Places


Lancaster City Merchant Committee

The Merchant Committee is an outreach of the Lancaster City Alliance (LCA). The Lancaster City Alliance is a non-profit that cultivates partnerships with business, local communities, the arts, education, non-profits, and government to ensure Lancaster is a clean, safe, and vibrant City for all.


Lutheran Immigration and Refugee Service through Bethany Christian Services

For over 80 years, Lutheran Immigration and Refugee Service has been a champion for refugees and migrants from around the globe. Our legacy of compassionate service has made a difference in the lives of hundreds of thousands of people who have found safety and hope in America’s communities. Our history reflects American Lutherans’ deep immigrant roots and passionate commitment to welcoming newcomers, especially those who are most in need. Through the Long Welcome, we help ensure that refugees and migrants are protected, embraced and empowered in a world of just and welcoming communities.


Parish Resource Center

Parish Resource Center, a 501(c)3, was founded 42 years ago in Lancaster. We exist to help organizations which, although diverse in size, mission, and geographical location, seek to serve the common good in their community. Our approach is practical. We share resources and ideas by providing programming to churches and nonprofits. Our aim is to increase the capacity of organizations’ staff, volunteers, and boards so that they can more effectively deliver their goals and mission.


Samaritan Counseling Center

Samaritan Counseling Center fosters hope and healing for the emotional, mental, and relational health of all people.  We recognize that injustice and inequity exist in our community—and at some level, within all of our hearts.  We support health and equality for persons of all races, ethnicities, nationalities, sexual orientations, gender identities, family structures, socioeconomic backgrounds, disabilities, and orientations to spirituality.  We are committed to recognizing and acknowledging our own shortcomings and blinders, to identifying how we may better cultivate diversity and inclusion, and to making our building both literally and figuratively accessible.  At this time and always, we desire to serve while being mindful of the needs for social justice, kindness, caring, humility, and humanity in all that we do.


Lancaster County Food Hub

Helping our neighbors thrive through sharing the resources they need most: food, clothing, & shelter all with faith & compassion!


Lancaster Chapter of the NAACP (Silver Life Member

The Mission of the NAACP is to ensure the political, educational, social, and economic equality of right of all persons and to eliminate racial hatred and racial discrimination.


Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial Scholarship Fund

The mission of the Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial Scholarship Fund, a 501 (c) 3 organization, is to provide scholarships for J.P. McCaskey High School graduating seniors who have been accepted to an accredited higher education program and have demonstrated financial need. Funds will be raised by the Board of Directors and awarded to accomplished students who reflect Dr. King’s ideals of commitment to school, community, family, and faith.


Bridge of Hope

Their mission is to engage Christian faith communities in ending family homelessness through neighboring relationships that demonstrate Christ’s love.  Whether ​you ​are ​an ​individual, ​Christian ​agency ​or ​faith ​community, ​you ​can ​make ​a difference ​in ​ending ​family ​homelessness. ​Start ​making ​an ​impact ​and ​get ​involved.

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Family News

School Supply Drive

Thank you to all who donated School Supplies to Trinity's Annual School Supply Drive to benefit Lancaster's Families In Transition Program. This year we're able to donate a variety of supplies as well as over $1500 to the FIT Program

God’s Work Our Hands Sunday

We kicked off our Sunday School year with this service project, assembling and decorating snack bags for our Breakfast Fellowship Ministry.

Labor Day Lemonade on The Lawn

After Worship we gathered under the tents for refreshing Lemonade, Iced Tea, fresh fruit and more.

Upcoming Events

October 1, 2023

Adult Forum – Pastor Linda and Cliff – Small Catechism

Pastor Linda and Cliff continue with their series on "What it Means to be Lutheran". This week, The Lord's Prayer and the Apostle's Creed - what does Luther say about both.

October 8, 2023

Adult Forum – How do we elect our judges?

Jess Oullet, chair of the Lancaster Bar Association Judiciary Committee will walk us through the process of electing judges. We go to the polling booth, see a list of options, but how do those candidates get to that point?

October 15, 2023

Adult Forum – Mediation and Restorative Practices

Krista Rittenhouse, Director at Advoz will join us for a presentation and their important work in the community. Advoz provides restoration services and offers training for those interested in being a part of their mission.

October 22, 2023

Adult Forum – The Senior Pastor Search Focus Groups

What are some of the outcomes and common threads from your input. Our vestry will report back on what they learned as the congregational profile is prepared for delivery to the Synod.

October 22, 2023

Concert Series with guest Christopher Brooks

Renowned violinist Christopher Brooks along with our very own harpsichordist, Dr. Robert Horton, will perform Sunday, October 22nd beginning at 4:00pm in the sanctuary. Mr. Brooks, born and raised in Brooklyn started playing the violin at a very young age. As he shares "back when a subway token cost 15 cents". This performance will be a treat for the senses. Following the concert, at about 5:00 we will serve a cheese steak dinner. Please let us know if you plan to attend so we can best prepare how many to serve. Either call the church office, or email Loren Good at [email protected]

October 28, 2023

Community Safe Trick or Treat Event

Trinity's 2nd Annual Safe Community Indoor Trick or Treat. Holy Trinity Lutheran Church will once again hold a community indoor Trick or Treat. Join us on Saturday, October 28th, 2023 for some fall fun! The trick or treat starts at 3:00 pm and will go until around 5:00 pm or until the candy runs out!

October 29, 2023

Adult Forum – The Ministry of the Chaplaincy

Julia Snyder, Chaplain Associate at Lancaster General Hospital will talk with us about the services Chaplains provide in a hospital setting.

November 12, 2023

Adult Forum – Pastor Linda and Cliff – What it means to be Lutheran.

Pastor Linda and Cliff conclude the series on what it means to be Lutheran. The subject - What Luther says about the sacraments - Holy Baptism and Holy Communion.

November 18, 2023

Servant Stage Jingle Bell Jukebox November 18th

We so enjoyed the summer performance from Servant Stage and they're coming back. Saturday, November 18th beginning at 2:00 they'll perform their Jingle Bell Jukebox show in Holy Trinity's Sanctuary. Come celebrate the most wonderful time of the year with holly jolly, vocals, show-stopping dancing, a large cast and a live band. You'll love it...from the First Noel to the final curtain. Join us and get ready to sing along at this high-energy holiday Event. All are welcome. Afterwards, we'll provide lite refreshments in Trinity's Parish House auditorium. Make a note of it on your calendar and see you there. Any questions, please email Loren Good: [email protected]

November 26, 2023

Adult Forum – Wreath Making and Christmas Ornaments for our home bound

Director of Children's Ministry, Rachel Kramer will lead this event. Learn how to make a wreath and join us to create Christmas ornaments for our home bound disciples.

December 10, 2023

The Concert Series Continues With Harpsichordist Nanga Lin

At 4:00pm Nanga Lin will perform a concert in our chapel. Nanga is a student at Millersville University's Tell School of Music.

December 17, 2023

Children’s Christmas Program

Holy Trinity Lutheran children will present their Christmas Program beginning at 10:45am after worship. Please plan to attend and enjoy the performance.