Various Links

“No man is an island entire of itself; every man is a piece of the continent, a part of the main.” So wrote John Donne, who was born in 1572. Though the poem speaks of our responsibilities for those who share our time on earth, it is also true of every organization. Thus we have this page of links to other web sites.

Lutheran Church — Missouri Synod — Trinity is a member of the LCMS (Lutheran Church — Missouri Synod). As such, we are in agreement with the teachings of this church body.

Minnesota South District LCMS — There are thirty-eight districts in the LCMS, mostly geographical. Trinity is a part of this district.

Main Street Living — Several churches in the Minnesota, South Dakota, Iowa, and Nebraska have joined together to present weekly worship services both online and via television. In addition, they have remastered many of the classic This is the Life episodes, originally sponsored by the Lutheran Laymans’ League.

Lutheran Hour Ministries — For many years this organization within the LCMS has sponsored the Lutheran Hour radio program, various television programs, and extensive print resources.

Lutheran Women’s Missionary League — The LWML is the leading group for LCMS women where each woman is welcomed and encouraged to use her unique God-given gifts as she supports global missions and serves the Lord with gladness.

Issues Etc. — This is a ten-hour weekly syndicated radio talk show and podcast which features expert guests, expansive topics, while extolling Christ. The host is Pastor Todd Wilken, a pastor of the LCMS.

Association of Confessing Evangelical Lutheran Congregations — We believe, teach, and confess that we are by nature sinful and unclean. Thus we need to guard our teachings and practice so that we are truly in conformity with the Holy Scriptures. The ACELC was formed to help bring light to some issues in the LCMS, doing so in a respectful and loving way.

Concordia Publishing House — This is the publishing arm of the LCMS.

Higher Things — This LCMS group focuses on teaching our youth through various publications, retreats, and conferences. They focus on the Bible, traditional liturgy, and the Lutheran confessions.