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Trinity Lutheran Church

Who we are
We are God's people gathered around His gifts of forgiveness. Through these we have come to faith in Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior. Through these we receive peace with God. Through these our faith is kept and strengthened. Come and be a part of God's community.

Our Beliefs

Our Church

Trinity Lutheran Church was founded in 1882 based on Psalm 102:18 "Let this be recorded for generations to come, so that people yet unborn may praise the Lord."

We are an inner city Church located in the heart of downtown Stockton, in a building erected in 1923. We praise God for his blessings and do homage to our founding fathers as courageous pioneers. That is as it should be, for we know that in the years prior to 1882 there was no Missouri Synod Lutheran Church in Stockton.

Contact Information
444 North American St.
Stockton, Ca 95202

(209) 464 - 1936
Fax :
(209) 464 - 0965

We believe that the Father, Son (Jesus), and the Holy Spirit together are the Trinity, who is the one true God.

We trust completely in forgiveness of sins and the promise of eternal life in heaven through the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ, and this cannot be recieved through any act of our own, but by the grace of our Lord Jesus Christ, as found in Ephesians 2:8-9 "For it is by grace you have been saved, through faith, and this not from yourselves, it is the gift of God, so that no one can boast"..

The Bible
We believe that the inerrant Word of God is without error and that it was inspired by the Holy Spirit.

The Sacrament of Baptism & Holy Communion
We believe that God comes to us through water and the Word in Baptism and makes us part of His Forever Family. We are then reminded of this forgiveness each time we confess our sins, receive forgiveness and Jesus' body and blood in Holy Communion.

We believe that we are all called to share God's love and forgiveness with all whom we meet, no matter where and no matter with whom

We are a body of believers who are a part of a larger group of Christians in the Lutheran Church - Missouri Synod, which was founded on the truth of the Bible during the work of Martin Luther.