About Trinity Lutheran Church
Freed by grace, we are called by faith into the active mission and ministry of Jesus Christ.
- We are followers of Jesus Christ.
- We are Trinitarian. We understand our faith through three expressions of God: Creator, Redeemer, and Sustainer (Father, Son, and Holy Spirit).
- God’s love and grace is a free gift from God not earned through things we say or do.
- We are forgiven and loved by God simply because God wants to.
- We have two sacraments (holy practices): Baptism and Holy Communion.
- Lutherans are named after Martin Luther (1483-1546) who tried to reform the Roman Catholic Church but instead accidentally birthed the Protestant Church.
- The Bible is not a rule book, a science book, or a history book. It is a book of faith containing the many stories of how humans have tried to be in faithful relationship with God. Human understanding of God inspired them to write scripture.
Trinity Lutheran Church Staff
Rev. Julie Grasham Osterhout, Pastor
- Graduate of Carthage College, Kenosha, WI with a B.A. in music
- Taught public school music for 23 years
- Internship and worship leader at Salem Lutheran Church in Bethel, PA for 3 years
- Graduated from The Lutheran Theological Seminary at Philadelphia
- 2015 ordained and called to Trinity Lutheran Church Wernersville, PA
Deacon Carol Koch
- Administrative Assistant, Bell Choir Director, Children’s Music Director, Director of Christian Learning
- Rostered to Word and Service
- Graduate of Susquehanna University with a B.S. in Music Education.
- Taught public school music for 6 years in PA and MD
- Attended The Lutheran Seminary at Philadelphia and courses through SELECT learning
Nancy M. Moyer
- Organist and Senior Choir Director since 1979
- Before retirement Ms. Moyer was a medical secretary and medical assistant
- Preschool aide
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- Director of maintenance and custodial care of the building and grounds
Come Join Us!
Our doors are open to all who desire fellowship with imperfect people discovering what it means to live as grace-filled followers of Jesus in an imperfect world.