October 29, 2023 - January 7, 2024
Sunday School: 9:15 AM
Sunday Services: 10:30 AM
In-Person & Live Streamed


About Us

“We, who are many, are one body in Christ, and individually members one of another” (Romans 12:5)

About Holy Trinity

We are a member of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (elca.org), the Delaware-Maryland Synod (demdsynod.org) and the Evangelical Lutheran Education Association (eleanational.org). We are a socially, economically, ethnically, and politically diverse community which makes for invigorating conversations as we study the Holy Scriptures and its relationship to our daily lives. We are active in serving our local community as well as supporting numerous national and international service organizations.

Our Mission

To grow deeper in faith, love and service and to live out our lives in love for God and our neighbor.

Our Vision

We are a congregation devoted to the Worship of God as we Grow in Faith and Serve Others.

Church Council

Elected annually, the HTLC Church Council is called to oversee the ministries of the congregation.

Our History

The Lutheran Church began in the 1500’s as a reforming movement which sought to restore the centrality of the Bible, Faith, and Grace within the Roman Catholic Church. Although the earliest Lutherans preferred to be called, “Evangelicals” their opponents labeled them “Lutherans” after their leader, Martin Luther.

Holy Trinity Lutheran Church is a member congregation of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA) which came into being in January 1988 with the merger of three Lutheran bodies: The Lutheran Church of America (LCA), the American Lutheran Church (ALC), and the Association of Evangelical Lutheran Churches (AELC).

Holy Trinity was officially organized on September 30, 1956 with thirty-two members. In 1958, the first building was constructed and dedicated.

The current church sanctuary, office and fellowship hall were dedicated on November 29, 1964.

A new entrance, the Welcome Center, additional classrooms and a small Prayer Chapel were dedicated on May 30, 1999. The Preschool opened within the new classrooms in the Fall of 1999.

Currently our worshiping congregation includes members and visitors from many countries around the world.

Pastors Past and Present

Rev. John C. Moebius, mission developer and Pastor until August 1962.
Rev. David Dybvig, from January 1963 - August 1965.
Rev. Gordon Narvesan, from December 1965 - August 1979.
Rev. Harry F. Biles, from March 1980 - August 2001.
Rev. John G. Lynch, Associate Pastor from September 1989 - July 2003.
Rev. H. Thomas Miller, Jr., Co-Pastor from October 2003 - January 2016.
Rev. Connie Miller, from January 2004 - December 2021.
Rev. Robert Lehman, Interim Pastor from Jan 2022 - Nov 2023
Rev. Robert Lehman, Co-Pastor from Dec 2023 - Present
Rev. Justina Sergeon, Co-Pastor from Dec 2023 - Present