|Sundays: 11:00 am
A Confessional Lutheran
Worship Service based upon God's Word.
|Sundays: 10:00 am
- Adult Bible Class
- Youth Sunday School
2920 Pella Avenue
West Columbia, SC 29170
(behind Aldi's Grocery)
Pastor Vance Fossum
Principal Nathan Wales
|Holy Trinity's purpose is
to preach Christ as the Savior for all mankind. To this end, we provide
many worship and educational opportunities for both members and their children.
|A radio message "The Master's
Minute" is broadcast every Monday over Columbia radio station WVOC AM 560.
Listen for our one-minute message sometime between 8-8:30 am every Monday.
2015 VBS - July 13-17 (Register / More Information).
|Holy Trinity Evangelical Lutheran
Church - CLC invites you to learn more about our congregation in
these pages. Worship with us and participate in our other programs and
ministries whenever you can. We believe that God has graciously preserved
His Truth in our midst. We invite you to share it with us!
2015 - Our
The 50th Year of
God's Grace Among Us
We invite you to share
these special events with us!
New Year's Eve Worship Service
- 6:30 pm
Guest preacher - Rev. Chad Seybt (Redeemer Lutheran Church, Cheyenne,
Sunday, May 17th, 11:00 am -- "A
Time For Remembrance"
Guest preacher - Rev. P.D. Nolting (Immanuel Lutheran Church, Mankato,
Sunday, August 9th, 11:00 am --
"A Time for Rejoicing"
Guest preacher - Rev. Frank Gantt (St. Lukes Lutheran Church, Lemmon,
Sunday, November 1st, 11:00 am
-- "A Time for Reformation"
Guest -- Rev. John Schierenbeck (Immanuel Luth. Church, Winter Haven,
|We are affiliated with the
of the Lutheran Confession (CLC) - an organization consisting
of other congregations, pastors and laypeople throughout the nation who
have separated from every major Lutheran synod as the cancer of error and
disobedience to the Word of God continues to permeate Lutheranism. All
of the CLC member churches confess that the Bible is the inspired and unerring
Word of God. They confess the creeds of the Lutheran Church without
qualification, as they are found in the Book of Concord of 1580. Scripture
itself is the source and foundation of Christian teaching and faith The
Lutheran Confessions are a faithful setting forth of what Scripture teaches.
The name of our church body is a witness to what we believe; it is a continual
reminder of our responsibility to be truly Lutheran, and therefore Scriptural
in our teaching and in our practice. This principle holds true among
us: If it is not Scripture; it is not Lutheran!
We strive, by the grace of the Redeemer, to maintain the true Scripture
doctrine and confessions which our Lord restored to the church through
Martin Luther 500 years ago (See
Church of the Lutheran Confession
to Holy Trinity?
Welcome! No matter
where you are spiritually, we would be glad to talk with you about your
life and eternity
Find out about the many
opportunities available to you to learn more about your Savior.
Christian education is a
priority for us, and carried out through our K-8 Christian School, as well
as various other educational programs.
Holy Scripture provides
everything that we need to make it through this life into eternity.
We highly regard the Word of God as being truly the Word of God in its
entirety. As a "confessional" Lutheran Church, we consider the Lutheran
Confessons to be a true expositon of Holy Scripture.
View past sermons, Statements
of Faith, Worship Guides, Devotional Materials, and more.