We believe that a church is a local, visible, autonomous body of baptized believers ordained by Christ to fulfill the Great Commission of preaching the Gospel, baptizing the converts and teaching them the whole counsel of God. We also believe that this vision can be attained through partnerships and supporting outreach.
The Slovakia Mission is one of the outreach programs supported by T.L.C. with the Center for Christian Education in Martin, Slovakia as a partner. More information about this program can be found here.
The Lutheran Congregations in Mission for Christ is an association of congregations and individuals who are free in Christ, accountable to one another, rooted in the Scriptures and the Lutheran Confessions, and working together to fulfill Christ’s Great Commission to go and make disciples of all nations.
The World Mission Prayer League is Lutheran community with mission workers in twenty countries throughout the world. They are committed to sharing God’s word through church planting in communities.
The Lutheran Social Services of North Dakota is a non-profit, human services organization that serves the entire state of North Dakota. It’s core services are disaster response, manage the Great Plains Food Bank, and resettles and assists refugees and new immigrants.
Red Willow Bible Camp is located in Binford, ND, 55 miles from Carrington. It is alleged to be the “oldest, continuously-operating Lutheran Bible Camp in the United States”. Over the years the camp hosted programs for all ages. Trinity Lutheran Church helps maintain the Memorial Chapel and continues to support the camp in different ways. You can join TLC work days at the camp.
Founded in 2009, the Friends of Madagascar Mission continues to support the mission work of Madagascar. Their work include supporting evangelists, a local hospital, Bible schools, Bible translation and printing, and prison ministry among others.
The Trinity Lutheran Church also supports: