Holy Trinity is a Lutheran congregation located in downtown Wytheville. As we have experienced the unconditional grace of God, our vision is to make the grace and love of Jesus known to all. In our homes, congregation, community, and world. We worship together, we learn together, we serve together, and we play together.
We hope you'll join us!
Updated Monday, July 6, 2020
Holy Trinity will begin gathering outside for communion and confession on Sunday July 12, 2020. Please see our COVID-19 page on how to sign up to participate.
Status of other ministries:
The Highlands Conference has moved all worship to online. You can stream it live on Sundays at 10am our Facebook Page or watch it on the Highlands ConferenceYouTube.
Faith formation, meetings, and fellowship are occurring outside and via Zoom. Check your weekly emails for details.
Visitation is happening outside or via phone. Please contact Pastor Colleen if you're in need of pastoral care or prayer.
Masks are required inside of the building and are strongly recommended for all outside gatherings as well.
If you find yourself in other need of help or support during this time of physical distance, please reach out to neighbors, congregation members, and Pastor Colleen for assistance as possible.
Mary is the office Monday, Wednesday, and Friday from 9am-11am.
Communication in this time of distance is key. Please stay attentive to your email for updates and other information as well as helping pass information along to others via phone so that we can all stay connected.
Offerings can be mailed in to the church (405 W Main Street, Wytheville, VA, 24382) or given online at the link below.
Her Story, God's Story: Women of the Old Testament Sundays Online at 10am
This year the ELCA is having a special celebration named We Are Church, We Are Called: 50 40 10. This year long celebration commemorates three important anniversaries in the life of the Lutheran Church in the United States:
The 50th anniversary of the ordination of a white woman in a Lutheran church
The 40th anniversary of the ordination of a woman of color in a Lutheran church
The 10th (2009) anniversary of LGBTQIA+ siblings to serve freely
To commemorate this within our conference, we will be having a special worship series called: God’s Story, Her Story: Women of the Old Testament. Together we will remember our mothers in the faith that were pastors and prophets long before the community said it was okay. We're excited to read, remember, and reflect on the experiences of these women, taking encouragement and strength in our own faith from their witness.
About the art: "She is a woman I know well—one whose strength and connection with the Holy Spirit are as apparent as her beauty, but her voice is stifled, questioned, and ignored. Narrow mindedness and fear have done their best to keep her quiet. Enough silencing her. If you’d only listen to her, you’d learn she contains multitudes." Lauren is an artist, graphic designer, and theologian. She studied Media Design at Middle Tennessee State University, worked as a wetlands advocate in Southern Louisiana, and attended Columbia Theological Seminary to piece together her passions for artistic expression, design, and Creation Care.