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Directions & parking

Heading south on Duke Street, parking is available by entering Mifflin Street on the left. Visitors are welcome to use the church’s parking lot, located behind the Parish House on the right (on Saturdays and Sundays), or in the East King Garage (further up Mifflin Street on the left).

Any person entering the parking garage between 8:00 and 11:00 on Sunday morning will receive 3 hours free parking. Take a ticket upon entering the garage.

Upon exiting, insert the ticket into the ticket reader. The gate will open automatically. Entering the garage before 8:00, after 11:00, or exceeding the three hour limit will result in a charge for parking.

Handicap Access. There is handicap access to the Church from Mifflin Street. Please enter the gates of the Memorial Garden and proceed to the side door of the church. This is a step free access to the building. There are also seats/pews designed for those with walkers, in wheelchairs, or using scooters. An Usher will help you to your seat.

Restrooms. A Church built in the 1760’s has limited restroom space. There is one restroom in the foyer of the Church. Additional Restrooms are located in the Fisher Parish House, located across Mifflin Street from the Church.

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Family News

Making Waves at Bible School

During Night Four of Vacation Bible School, Grace Lutheran and Trinity Lutheran once again took Downtown Lancaster to the beach. We sang, played games, did arts and crafts, prayed and learned how Christ is central to our life. Join us Wednesday, July 10th at Grace Lutheran beginning with dinner at 5:30pm for our final night of VBS and make waves.

Vacation Bible School Kickoff

We discovered that God made people with a purpose! God created this beautiful planet and all the animals and it's up to us to take care of his creation! We sang, crafted "Beach Planters", played the "Litter Bug minute", made "Trash Castles", did "The Wave, and heard the story of Creation! Our VBS continues next Wednesday, June 12th at Trinity Lutheran Church starting at 5:30 pm with a family dinner!

Holy Trinity Hunger Garden

This past Sunday, Trinity started a summertime service project: Hunger Planters. We'll need people to volunteer to water the planters during the week. This will help our vegetables grow, which will help feed downtown Lancaster. You can sign up to water the planters in the narthex on Sunday morning. Also, if you have a home garden and would like to donate your excess fruits and vegetables, we'll gladly accept those donations

Upcoming Events

July 28, 2024

Adult Forum – Homelessness

Homelessness in Lancaster County. It may be a bigger issue than you think. A video presentation from the Hourglass Foundation and Lancaster County Homeless Coalition.

July 28, 2024

Faith Talk after Worship in the Library and via zoom

The Gospel of Matthew – Chapter 1 Continues

August 4, 2024

Faith Talk after Worship in the library and via zoom

The Gospel of Matthew – Chapter 2

August 11, 2024

Upside Down Summer Bible Story Time

Over the summer Children, Tweens, and Teens are invited to hear "Upside Down" Bible stories! We're going to hear three parables Jesus tells that completely change how we think the world should work! Story time will follow worship August 11th. Story time will start at 10:45 a.m. in the Parish House Café. (Don't forget to join us for worship for the children's sermon as well!)