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Trinity Lutheran Church was established in 1920 by a small group of German Lutherans.  From the very start the congregation not only offered German language services, but English services as well.  As the language culture in the United States changed over time, Trinity later worshiped in English only. The first church building was located on 5th Street and 2nd Avenue in the Normal Hill area of Lewiston, but later moved to 920 8th Avenue in 1948 after acquiring property there and building a new sanctuary.

Trinity Lutheran Church is a member of the North American Lutheran Church (NALC) and is dedicated to proclaiming Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior.  We trust that God loves us unconditionally and has given us his Son, Jesus, to live, die, and rise from the dead for our forgiveness, life, and salvation.  Therefore, we teach that we are saved by faith in Jesus and not by any of our own works.  Yet since God has given us this gift of salvation, we are eager to do those works that serve our neighbor, the community, and the world.

Our doors are open to all and we invite you to worship with us.  We also encourage you to consider joining Trinity if you need a church home. We think you will find Trinity to be a friendly place.

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