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Trinity's weekly chapel services are on Wednesdays at 8:45 a.m.  (Central), WATCH LIVE on Facebook @TrinityLombard or view the videos posted on this page. Chapel is led by a rotation of Pastor Wagner, Principal Messina, Trinity's teachers, and specials guests who share chapel talks and messages. Piano accompaniment and singing is led by Miss Rose, Mrs. Scott leads sign language songs, and the 8th grade students operate the livestream camera. Thanks to all who help make Trinity chapel services possible - and Solo Deo Gloria (Glory to God alone)!

During the seasons of Advent and Lent, Trinity Lutheran School's chapel services are replaced by student attendance at midweek church services.


Rev. Steve Wagner


Pastor Wagner shared with us the significance of Pentecost from Acts 2:1-12.

Mrs. Lois Stewart

Mrs. Stewart shared with us about the Building Blocks of Faith and the importance of God's Word, emphasized in Romans 10:17, Matthew 4:4, and Psalm 119:5.

Mrs. Deb Scott

Mrs. Scott and the kindergarten class dramatized the Biblical account of Zacchaeus from Luke 19:1-10.

Walther Christian Minstrels

Mrs. Lori Boyer and the Walther Christian Minstrels shared about the importance of building your life upon The Rock of Jesus Christ based on Jesus' parable from Matthew 7:24-27

Rev. Steve Wagner

Pastor told about Pentecost and the gift of the Holy Spirit from Acts 2:14, 36-41

Principal Julie Messina

Mr. Jason Turner, Phil's Friends

Mrs. Messina shared the legacy of faith from Hebrews 11:1-8, 13-16, and Mr. Turner shared how Phil's Friends puts faith into action bringing Christ-centered hope to people with cancer.

Mr. James Baerenklau

Mr. B shared God's Word from Matthew 26:47-56 to remind us that Jesus forgives us, even as He did those who betrayed Him. 

Mrs. Lois Stewart

Mrs. Stewart shared the story of Jesus' transfiguration - reminding us to stop, look, and listen to Him, Matthew 17:1-9. 

Mrs. Cindy Allor

Mrs. Allor reminded us that Jesus' disciples, including James the son of Alphaeus , were ordinary people like us, Matthew 10:2-4. 

Walcamp's Pearl and Ducky

This dynamic Walcamp duo got everyone up and moving with important reminders that we serve a God of Hope, Romans 15:8-13. 

Riding the Range, Never Forgetting Jesus - Grandparents' Day

Mrs. Deb Stewart leveraged the musical and dramatic gifts of all of Trinity's students and teachers, and a few special guests to present a cowboy-themed chapel for Grandparents' Day.

Rev. Steve Wagner

Pastor Wagner shared how Jesus called His disciples to be "fishers of men" and how we too can share about His love and the salvation He brings, from Matthew 4:18-25. 

Mrs. Lois Stewart

Mrs. Stewart shared how John introduced Jesus as the "Lamb of God who takes away the sin of the world," he taught us how to tell others about our Savior and teacher, from John 1:29-43. 

Miss Beth Kraegel

Miss Kraegel shared the miracle of Jesus feeding 5,000 with a boys lunch, and shared how Jesus continues to turn our humble offerings into miracles that serve people in Liberia, Chicago, a maternity home, and now the Ukraine, from John 6:1-15.

Mr. James Baerenklau

Mr. B introduced us to the conflict between doubt and faith, and how God brought about belief in Thomas who doubted, from John 20:24-29.

Deaconess Lori Trinche

Deaconess Trinche shared how we are each special, made in God's image, and how all mother's and babies are too. She shared about the Gift of redeeming life we have in Jesus, from Genesis 1:27, John 14:1, Psalm 139:14, Ephesians 2:10, and Luke 6:21

Principal Julie Messina

Principal Messina introduced us taught us about the disciple Nathanael, known as Bartholomew, destined to call Jesus the Son of God, from John 1:43-51.

Mr. James Baerenklau

Mr. Baerenklau taught us about the disciple Philip, and let us know that we, like Philip, are called by Jesus to call others to Him, from John 1:43-51.

Missionary Joe Boway

Joe remined us of the importance of the Reformation and its revelation the Jesus is the only way to heaven, from Romans 1:17 and John 8:31-32.

Rev. Pete Imlah

Pastor Imlah showed us what lengths Jesus' followers were willing to go to in order to bring others to the Messiah, from Mark 2:1-12.

Rev. Steve Wagner

Pastor Wagner reminded us that money and material blessings are gifts from God that we use to bless others, from Amos 6:1-7.

Mr. James Baerenklau


Mr. Baerenklau taught us about God's love and John, the "disciple who Jesus loved," from 1 John 3 and 4.

Mr. James Baerenklau


Mr. Baerenklau taught us about brothers James and John, the "sons of thunder," and their desire to sit at Jesus' side, from Matthew 20.

Principal Julie Messina


Mrs. Messina introduced us to another of Jesus' disciples, Andrew, the brother of Simon Peter, from Matthew 10 and John 1.

Principal Julie Messina


Mrs. Messina introduced us to Jesus' disciples, the fishers of men. Today we focused on Peter, from Matthew 10.

Mr. James Baerenklau


Mr. B. shared how God is Lord of all nations, and that we can tell the world about Jesus, finding inspiration in Isaiah 66:18-21.

Rev. Steve Wagner


Pastor Wagner opens the 2022-2023 school year with a reminder from Proverbs 9 that Jesus loves us, helps us, and wants to forgive us.

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