Trinity Lutheran Church

Our History

Trinity Lutheran Church has been serving the Lord in the Lewisburg community for over 200 yrs.  Our congregation actually began in a log cabin church in 1808.   The first brick building was built in 1846 and the expanding congregation chose the name of  Salem Lutheran Church.   Three years later, another Lutheran congregation, Memorial Lutheran Church, settled in Lewisburg. Both Salem and Memorial Lutheran faithfully served the community in the name of Christ for 70 more years. 

On February 6, 1919 the congregations of Salem Lutheran and Memorial Lutheran voted to merge and create a new congregation.  The new church was to be called Trinity Lutheran Church.

Today as you walk around the Trinity building on Sunday, and meet the members of the congregation, you will discover that the two traditions of the predecessor church bodies are still with us.  We continue to celebrate our Lutheran heritage with a liturgical worship, but with added contemporary elements.  Here at Trinity we have kept true to our 200 yr. old roots, by combining the rich heritage of the Lutheran Church with an on going commitment and passion to bring all those who worship with us into a personal relationship with our Lord Jesus Christ.


Our Vision

Trinity strives to be a safe place for all people to belong, believe and become.  Learn More