Daily Part of Life

Being a Lutheran School, religion is a core subject. Children in all of our classrooms (18 mos. – 5th Grade) learn about Jesus and follow God’s Word through teachings of the Bible. Daily devotions are a part of our school day, as well as incorporating our faith across the whole curriculum.


Each day students will participate in prayers. We are so blessed to be able to be able to pray with our students. Students can share their cares and concerns and know that their teachers and friends will pray for them. In addition, students will learn many different prayers that they can say at school and at home. We pray at the beginning of the day, at meals and snack times, and before the end of the day.

Word of God

Students who attend Trinity will study study of the Old Testament is given, as well as a walk through the life and teachings of Christ. We use the Bible as our primary basis for teaching.

We will learn that as God loved, forgave, and saved His children of Old, He loves, forgives, and saves us because of His Son, Jesus.

We will also study and celebrate the festivals of the church year.

Memory Work 

Students in 1st Grade  – 5th Grade will be asked to do memory work for each week. Memory work will include daily prayers, Bible passages, hymns, Luther’s Small Catechism contents, including The Ten Commandments, The Apostle’s Creed, The Lord’s Prayer, The Sacrament of Holy Baptism, The Office of the Keys and Confession, and The Sacrament of the Altar depending on grade.  Musical and chapel presentations are also assigned for memory.


Every week all students assemble in the school gym for a weekly chapel service.  This service is planned as a children’s service and helps the students learn various forms of liturgy and songs used in regular worship services.  Classes contribute to the Chapel services with the singing of a choral anthem. Parents and friends are invited to attend as often as possible.