Trinity Lutheran Church


Each Sunday Morning, we gather for:

Sunday School for pre-k through high school at 8:45 AM - resumes Rally Sunday (after Labor Day)

Adult Study at 9:00 AM

Worship with Holy Communion at 10:00 AM


"Others, like seed sown on good soil, hear the word, accept it, and produce a crop—thirty, sixty or even a hundred times what was sown.” - Mark 4:20 (NIV '84)

We offer multiple opportunities to study God's Word, in accordance with one of the marks of the "Discipleship Pledge."

Sunday Morning Adult Study:  Second Corinthians, Sundays at 9:00 a.m.
Men's Bible Study: Wednesdays at 6:00 a.m. at the church. (Breakfast and coffee provided) - Gospel of John
Women's Bible Study: every other Monday, 7 pm - off for summer.
Youth Bible Study and gathering: (TYO)  Short studies change often.  Every Wednesday 7 pm at church - off for the summer.
Eustis Bible Study: The book of Exodus, first Tuesday each Month, 7 pm, location Eustis Senior Center
Stone Hearth Men's Bible Study:  meeting Tuesday's at 4:00 PM, 2nd floor lounge.  Currently for residents only due to Covid concerns.
Mary-Martha Bible Study: 8:45 a.m. third Tuesday - now meeting at the church.
Small Group Studies:  Many and numerous!

Looking for a good study Bible?  Here are some good options available:

The Lutheran Study Bible is  published by Concordia Publishing House.  The Bible Translation is the English Standard Version (ESV), which is the newest modern translation available.   This study Bible can also be purchased through and Christian Book Distributors.

The Best One Volume Commentary we are now utilizing and promoting is the Africa Bible Commentary, produced by 70 African scholars.  It is readily available from Amazon, and is straightforward, honest, direct, and remarkably parallels the American Society in terms of it's own isssues, despite that it often directs commentary toward the African nations themselves. 

The Concordia Self Study Bible, published by Concordia Publishing House, using the 1984 New International Version (NIV) which is the most readable translation still today.  In 2017, the original NIV (usually notated as "NIV 1984") is becoming harder to find, as it is officially out of print, despite that some copies are still available for purchase.  The current NIV (with a copyright including 2011) is not as good in terms of translation from the original Biblical languages of Greek and Hebrew.  An internet search for this Study Bible should yield used copies available.

The Archeological Study Bible, published by Zondervan, uses the 1984 NIV translation.  See comment above on the NIV.  This Bible can be most easily purchased through and Christian Book Distributors.  Because the NIV1984 is out of print, this one is also harder to find, and the KJV version is still readily available.  It has abundant historical and geographic note pages to place each event in its' geographic and historical setting.