Missouri Synod Church in Downtown Memphis

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  • Discerning What Has Greater Value 10/8/2017
    Discerning What Has Greater Value 10/8/2017
    October 13, 2017 by
    Oscar Wilde said that a cynic was 'a man who knows the price of everything and the value of nothing.' St. Paul certainly know the value of the things he had, but what about us? Pastor Elkins explores the words of St. Paul and asks us if we know the true value of things in our life?...
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  • A Tale of Two Sons 10/1/2017
    A Tale of Two Sons 10/1/2017
    October 13, 2017 by
    Pastor Elkins expounds on the parable of the two sons–the one who says he will not work in the vineyard but later goes and works and the one who says he will work, but then never shows. Jesus shows the pharisees a whole new view of God, one that is still applicable to us today....
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  • Happy Reformation Day!
    Trinity’s Artwork Goes Viral!!!
    October 9, 2017 by
    Well, not exactly viral. But a banner I made for Trinity a few years ago now shows up on page one of Google’s search for the topic “reformation meme.” I have code written into the website that blocks Google from listing our images with their search results so Google had to find it somewhere else. It seems that a site...
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  • Trinity Votes to Issue Divine Call to Chad Kendall
    Trinity Votes to Issue Divine Call to Chad Kendall
    October 3, 2017 by
    On Sunday, Oct. 1, the voters of Trinity Lutheran Church in Memphis Tennessee voted to issue a Divine Call to Rev. Chad Kendall of Lowell Indiana to serve as their pastor. Rev. Kendall is currently serving as pastor at Trinity Lutheran Church in Lowell. Rev. Kendall and his wife Stacie visited with Trinity Memphis the prior weekend so that they...
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  • Pastoral Candidate Comes To Visit
    Pastoral Candidate Comes To Visit
    September 27, 2017 by
      This past week, Trinity invited its second candidate for the office of Pastor to come and visit us. Once again, we got to share some hospitality and and get to know one another better. This time, it was Rev. Chad Kendall and his wife Stacie, who graced us with their presence. Rev. Kendall currently serves at Trinity Lutheran in...
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  • Trinity Picnic 2017
    Trinity Picnic 2017
    September 26, 2017 by
    There have been a lot of changes to Trinity's Annual Picnic over the years, but perhaps none as great as the ones put on place this year. Click here to see the slideshow from the event....
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  • Battle Stations! 8/27/2017
    Battle Stations! 8/27/2017
    September 1, 2017 by
    Are we Christians on a cruise ship or a battleship? Guest pastor Rev. Ron Elkins challenges us with several modern day parables. ...
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  • A Place We Can Call Home 8/20/17
    A Place We Can Call Home 8/20/17
    August 29, 2017 by
    As Christians, where do we find our sense of place? Are we insiders or outsiders? Where is it that we belong? Hear guest pastor Darrel Kobs deliver today’s sermon and discuss this important topic....
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  • Trinity's Annual Picnic
    Trinity’s Annual Picnic
    August 24, 2017 by
    Each year Trinity hosts its Annual Picnic at the end of Summer giving members and friends a chance to join together in an informal setting for worship followed by a luncheon and games and prizes. For the last few years, the picnic was held at the Memphis Ornamental Metal Museum downtown,  however this year it will move to the Episcopalian...
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  • Let's Talk About Doubt 8/13/2017
    Let’s Talk About Doubt 8/13/2017
    August 18, 2017 by
    We all have doubts. There is no getting away from them. Hear Pastor Elkins talk about the doubts the Apostle Peter felt and what we can take from this to apply to our own lives....
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  • Hating Those Who Spread Hate
    Hating Those Who Spread Hate
    August 17, 2017 by
    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...
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  • Learning From Jesus' Own Sorrow and Adversity 8/6/2017
    Learning From Jesus’ Own Sorrow and Adversity 8/6/2017
    August 8, 2017 by
    Jesus was deeply moved by the execution of His cousin, such so that He wanted to get away to himself for a while. But the needs of the people came first and Jesus put duty, both to His father, and to man ahead of His personal needs....
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