Welcome Home! 

We give thanks for your interest in us and look forward to greeting you in person at Holy Trinity Lutheran Church. We are a congregation of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA) and as such we seek to be a place that all people are welcomed, inclusive of their race, backgrounds, economics, sexual orientation, gender identities or any other barrier that may inhibit someone from experiencing God’s grace. We seek to be a place where the question is not, “Who is here?” But, “Who is not here?” Always, ever broadening the circle of God’s divine love.

Holy Trinity Lutheran Church is a rich tapestry of faith, fellowship, and service. We are a congregation that is intentional about radical hospitality, inclusive grace, and expansive love. We are a congregation that is concerned and also actively involved with the social work for justice in our community.

If you are searching for a place to call home, we welcome you here. We welcome you to worship with us on Wednesday evenings at 7pm or Sunday mornings at 9:30am. We welcome you to have a family meal around the Lord’s Table, grow in faith, and journey together through this experience we call life. 

If you have any questions about who we are as the family of God in this place, please feel free to contact me at any time. Again, we thank you for your presence with us and we welcome you home!

 There is a place for you here!

 Pastor Kevin Strickland

I Am Holy T


Holy Wednesday, April 16th ~ Service of Healing and Anointing 

Maundy Thursday, April 17th ~ Service of Foot Washing, Holy Communion, and the Stripping of the Altar 

Good Friday, April 18th ~ Service of the Cross 


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ELCA presiding bishop offers prayers after 3 fatally shot in Kansas

CHICAGO (ELCA) -- On behalf of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA), the Rev. Elizabeth A. Eaton offers prayers for survivors and families of the three people who were shot and killed April 13 when a man opened fire outside a Jewish community center and a nearby retirement community in …

Worship Times

Sunday Morning  9:30am
Sunday School  10:45am
Wednesday Evening 7:00pm

Holy Week Schedule

Contact Us

Church Office: (615)673-6289

Hours: Mon-Thur 9:00am - Noon


We are Located at:

525 Sneed Rd.
Nashville TN 37221



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