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Trinity endeavors to connect the Light of Christ with our neighbors, not only in our backyard but also beyond. Here you will find oppotunities to reach out and reach in.  

Mattie Dixon's
Community Cupboard

Trinity joins with its neighbors to collect non-perishable items for Mattie N. Dixon Community Cupboard in Ambler. These donations will be used to feed our neighbors throughout the year.

The items needed are:

  • Boxed Instant Potatoes

  • Canned vegetables

  • Pancake Syrup

  • Pancake Mix

  • Jelly/Peanut Butter

  • Kids Snacks

  • Crackers

  • Juice Boxes

  • Pasta

  • Canned Tuna

  • Spaghetti Sauce

  • Coffee/Tea


Canned food may not exceed 3 years past its expiration date. Boxed items may not exceed 180 days past the expiration date.


Trinity collects food on an ongoing basis. If you would like to donate, you place donations on the covered porch located on the Summit Avenue side of the church.




Throughout history, Baptism has been the entry point of faith. We believe that the Holy Spirit is given at Baptism and it is the Holy Spirit that encourages faith. We are claimed by God in Baptism, forgiven the sin of our humanity, and sent out into the world to proclaim the Risen Christ and his love for all people. 


Whether you are an adult or have a child and curious about Baptism, give us a call our pastor will be happy to answer your questions.


If you have an infant or child that you know you want to be baptized or you want to be baptized, we will be happy to discuss this with you.


All questions are welcome. 

Trinity Lutheran Church


Sunday morning worship  10:15 a.m.

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