Missouri Synod Church in Downtown Memphis


  • Hating Those Who Spread Hate
    Hating Those Who Spread Hate
    The recent news events from Charlottesville have brought so called “hate groups” to the focus. We feel compelled to speak out against those who feel driven to focus their hatred and acrimony on groups seen as different from themselves. As Christians it is our duty to speak up for those who are oppressed and raise our voices in opposition to those who preach hatred and malice. It is natural for us to feel anger at those who spew their hurtful words and messages of hate at others who they hardly know. It is also natural for that anger to turn into hate. Hate that is displeasing to God. [read more] ...





  • Call Committee Asks Again For Nominations From Congregation
    Call Committee Asks Again For Nominations From Congregation
    The Call Committee, led by Dave Chester, is again asking the members to help find a suitable candidate to call as Trinity’s next pastor. Mid-South President, Roger Paavola provided an initial list to Trinity, however after prayerful consideration, none of the names met the committee’s criteria. Last month, the Committee brought...



  • Bethesda: Enhancing Lives, Sharing Jesus
    Bethesda: Enhancing Lives, Sharing Jesus
      In one of several Bethesda Lutheran Communities group homes nestled throughout Watertown, Wis. — and much like Bethesda homes in other areas across the country — Annie Egan and her housemates receive necessary medical care. All are nonverbal and in wheelchairs; some use feeding...


  • Fear, Death, And This Christian With Cancer
    Fear, Death, And This Christian With Cancer
    We fear death. We Christians know we needn't, but we do. It's natural. It's universal. But shouldn't we actually be fearing life instead? David Brugge talks about the irony of how we as Christians have such a tough time confronting death, and perhaps how we should really be looking at...







During this period of transition, Trinity continues to be confronted with challenges to its aging sound system. We have encountered a number of setbacks in archiving and presenting sermons. Please know that we are aware of how much some of you have come to depend on hearing rebroadcast of sermons and are working towards a solution that we hope to have in place very soon. Indeed, please remember Trinity’s audio ministry in your prayers.

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