"Faith is a living, daring confidence
in God’s grace
so certain that you could stake your life on it one thousand times.
This kind of trust in and knowledge of God’s grace makes
a person joyful, confident, and happy with regard to God and all
This is what the Holy Spirit does by faith.
Through faith, a person
will do good to
without coercion, willingly and happily; serving everyone, suffering
for the love and praise of God, who has shown such grace.” --
At Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church, we are
that shares a living, daring confidence in God’s grace.
We believe that we are saved by the grace of
and not by anything we do. We need only to believe that our sins
forgiven because Christ died to redeem us.
As part of the West Virginia-Western Maryland
the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, we are in full
communion with the Presbyterian Church (USA), the Reformed Church
America, the United Church of Christ, the Moravian Church in America,
Our faithful ministries reach out to the
serve those in need through our Sunday evening meal, Trinity’s
Table, and through
hundreds of food baskets at Christmas, and in many other ways. Many
organizations use our facilities for meetings and gatherings.
We tend to our own flock through music, through
children’s and youth ministries, Sunday Church School, Friendly
seniors), through our monthly Men’s Breakfast, through Bible
Please join us for worship and become a part of
Trinity’s Table is a community outreach ministry of Trinity
Evangelical Lutheran Church, an ELCA congregation located on
Charleston, West Virginia’s East End. Using a staff of
composed entirely of congregational and community volunteers, we
provide a nutritious and balanced meal every Sunday evening to everyone
who comes to our doors without fear of judgment.
We are proud of the fact that we are able to provide our guests a hot,
balanced meal every Sunday, including meat, vegetables, and
fruit. Recent menus have included spaghetti with meat sauce,
salad, fruit (either fresh or canned), bread, and dessert; chicken and
rice, green beans, carrots, fruit, bread, and dessert; beef tips over
noodles, beans, corn, fruit, bread, and dessert.
We are also exceptionally proud of the community we have created at
Trinity’s Table. We strive to feed our guests in both body
and spirit. Every meal begins with a prayer led either by the
pastor at Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church,
or by one of our volunteers. Volunteers spend time getting to
know our guests and building relationships with them. We have
several trained social workers who volunteer to assist us in these
efforts, as well as many caring “amateurs” who have helped
us establish the loving, Christian environment that exists at
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