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What is Epiphany?

In the world-wide community of the Christian Church, January 6 is known as Epiphany Day, and marks the visit of the Magi to the Christ Child! The word “Epiphany” means “revelation” and indeed many things are “revealed” in their visit! There are several traditions...

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Trinity Shares Christmas 2016

For nine years now, Trinity has shared Christmas love with others by participating in Angel Tree, helping families stay connected through difficult circumstances during the holidays. By reaching out to these families and providing a few basic needs,...

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The Very First Christmas

In our day to day activities during the Christmas season, there is so much fun and excitement (sometimes stress & business too). There is deocorating and baking, trees and ornaments, stars and tinsel, shopping and giving, and the ever present anticipation of...

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Trinity’s Gift to Downtown Orlando

Trinity Downtown's partnership with the City or Orlando in the Downtown for the Holidays Tree Lighting event has been a fantastic opportunity for years and years! Trinity Lutheran Church & School has been able to share the "Reason for the Season"...

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Time for Christmas Music

We are blessed to have a variety of musical talent at Trinity.  In addition to our wonderful organists, Carol Eichinger and Sandy Zaccagnini, we have several choirs plus instrumentalists and soloists.  Here is a calendar of our musical offerings from Advent...

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Abundant Gratitude

Even more cards have come in listing things for which you are grateful: for a healthy and happy family, for my whole family that has great jobs for my family, Trinity and Jesus' saving grace for all the blessings that we daily receive, family, our church, health and...

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Trinity Gives Thanks

This past weekend during worship services and Sunday School classes, we asked some of you to practice Step 1 of the Gratitude Challenge which is “Name it.”  Written on index cards, those things/people for which people are most thankful were shared...

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Quilts for Pulse

Several members of the Trinity family took part in a mission of compassion with The Orlando Modern Quilt Guild (MQG) this year following the tragic shooting deaths of 49 people at the Pulse nightclub in Orlando. It’s not uncommon among quilters to make...

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Sermon Notes: The Last Day

On this Sunday the Scriptures bring us to consider the things of The Last Day. Other names given to this day are: Judgement Day, The End of the World, The Second Coming of Christ. The Lutheran Hymnal contains a number of hymns listed in the section “The End...

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Day 7: Gratitude Challenge

Today is day 7 of the Gratitude Challenge.  How's it going?   The Benefits of a Daily Practice of Gratitude The benefits of daily reflection and gratitude are many. Here are some good resources:   Grace, Gratitude and the Glory of God, John...

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Gratitude Challenge Starts Today

Trinity Downtown invites you to participate in a 30 day Gratitude Challenge to encourage a daily focus on gratitude, starting November 1, 2016. We are blessed, and despite the trials and challenges in life, Jesus walks along side us and there is always something for...

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