Calendar At A Glance

Sun, Feb. 17 9:00 am | Eucharist Sun, Feb. 17 10:00 am | Sunday School Sun, Feb. 17 10:00 am | Confirmation Class Sun, Feb. 17 10:15 am | HTLakeview Adult Choir Rehearsal Sun, Feb. 17 10:50 am | Children's Choir Rehearsal

Sunday in Lakeview

9:00 & 11:00 a.m. + 1218 W Addison

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Saturday Night in the Loop

5:00 p.m. + 637 S Dearborn

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For those new to Holy Trinity (or Chicago), those who have been attending a while but would like to deepen their connection to the church, and those interested in affiliating as a member or associate member. There will an opportunity to get to know each other and learn a little about Holy Trinity and its mission and ministry. Enter at 3609 Magnolia. 383 parking permits provided. RSVP helpful: office@htchicago.org.

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KIDS Night Out (previously known as Parent's Night Out) begins again on February 16, 4-8 pm in the Nursery at HTLakeview. The kids deserve a night out, away from their parents, to play and enjoy the company of others from HTLC. There will be free-play time and structured time for learning a Bible story and doing a craft. A simple dinner is provided. Ms Audrey, from the nursery, will host each KIDS Night Out and Annika Sevig will be her assistant. Families pay $5-$20, whatever seems right for your family. Pre-registration and RSVP are required by February 13. Contact Pastor Sevig msevig@htchicago.org for more information or to register. Mark your calendar now for future dates March 16 and April 27.

Recent Blog Posts

  • Once the Spirit catches you, there’s no turning back. Jesus catches us where we are and calls us as we are to join in the work of the Spirit. We are stirred, invited, and caught up in the God’s work in the world and we respond in heart and song with a phrase of humility and abandon, “Here I am, Lord.”

  • What does it mean to be prophetic? Do preachers tell us what we want to hear in hopes of getting rave reviews? Is it downright impossible for a prophetic pastor to speak hard truths and challenge systems and governments when their paycheck comes from the offering? In the end it isn’t about the preacher being all the rage, or a church getting rave reviews online. We gather each Sunday around Christ, the one who comes to us as unknown.

  • When the forces of death seem to have overpowered and overtaken us, Jesus’ resurrection power pierces through those deathly forces making a way for us to move forward where there was no way.

  • Our mission at Holy Trinity has a bit of all of these: advocating for justice, delighting in God’s beauty, being open to questioning, engaging with intention.We are the body of Christ. Filled with the Holy Spirit, and anointed in baptism, we are called to carry out Jesus’ mission. You've been anointed for Christ's work in the world.

Greetings from Pastor Mueller

Holy Trinity is unlike the churches most of us grew up in. Because it is fluid and ever-changing, the congregation has a remarkable spirit of openness and vitality. Yes, we value our Lutheran heritage and the ancient roots of our liturgy, yet we delight in a faith that is ever new and infused with a message for the needs and concerns of our contemporary world. As somebody recently put it: Our faith is two thousand years old, but our thinking is not.