Why we are awesome…
Taking seriously the
Bible Commands to feed the hungry & care for the widow and orphan.
We are Lindsborg Trinity UMC located in Lindsborg, Kansas, a Swedish Community that celebrates its Swedish heritage. LTUMC is always looking for ways to help those in need. We take seriously what the Bible commands of us to feed the hungry, and care for the widow and orphan. We believe in Jesus Christ as our Savior and in the Triune God, Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. We believe in helping our community and look for ways to be involved in community, sharing our faith as Methodist as a way to make our lives and the lives of those around us better and more spiritually filled. We hope that when you visit Lindsborg that you will stop and see us and share in our Worship.About the TeamHomeMore About UsContact Us
How we are awesome…
We provide care for the community
Our awesome service…
Service Options & Times
We are delighted to announce that we are meeting for service in-person, although on-line option through facebook is still available. We begin Sunday morning at 9am in Fellowship Hall with coffee time. Service for both in-person and on-line is at 10:00 am on Sundays! See you there!Join us on Facebook
Awesome groups and stuff going on!
Activities for Everyone!
Bible Studies are available at various times of the year. As well as Sunday school on Sunday mornings for adults at 9am.
Covid protocol determines meeting.
Youth Group is open to all Middle school and High school youth. Come and have fun! Sunday mornings at 11am. Also 5th Quarter activities during the year. Covid-19 protocol is in place.
Health Care Ministry Team
This team is concerned for the health and well-being of the congregation, but also for our community. Providing health care items for the Blessing Box, healthy treats for team meetings, and generating fun events that help the congregation get out and exercise!
Creation Care/Green Team
Although this is not sponsored by Trinity UMC, but done through Bethany Lutheran Church, members of the community are encouraged to get involved in caring for our world so that we all benefit. To learn more contact Bethany Lutheran Church.
Our awesome team!
Shepherding, caring, loving, helping, and providing for the needs of our congregation!
I am Dallas Peterson, pastor of LTUMC. I am in my second career, having worked in printing in SE Kansas for many years. I felt strongly the call to ministry and answered that call and have been preaching in the UMC since the early 2000s. I retired as a pastor in 2019 but could not walk away from ministry, and so taking proper channels I sought another appointment. My wife, Connie and I wanted to retire to Lindsborg because our daughter and her husband lived here and to my delight I was appointed as a part time retired pastor to LTUMC by our Bishop this past year. Some of my pastimes include walking, fishing, and gardening, and I love my occupation as pastor of Lindsborg Trinity UMC. Dallas.email@example.comEmail Pastor
Welcome our new office Administrator Deb McGaughey!
Deb is the wife of Steave our church maintenance and cleaning person.
We are thankful for Deb and look forward to working with her!
Maintenance & Cleaning
Steve McGaughey is our wonderful facility caretaker, through out the Covid-19 issue, he continues to keep the church sanitized and is taking the opportunity to deep clean in areas he does not always have time to do. He continues his work with one-on-one at Cross Roads in Salina, and enjoys family time as often as he can..
Pianist and Organist
We welcome Tom Nelson as our newest addition. Tom plays the piano and sings adding to our service experience.
Sarah Ross Moberg has been a practicing BSN Registered Nurse for over 35 years. She has worked in the Lindsborg community at Lindsborg Community Hospital for the past 18 years in Cardiac Rehab, Home Health, Employee Health and is currently the Coordinator for the Chronic Care Management program at the Family Health Care Clinic. Sarah is passionate about helping individuals achieve personal health and wellness goals and has enjoyed leading the Health Care Ministry team at TUMC for the past 3 years. “Planting seeds of God’s love” with children’s ministry has always been important to her as she serves teaching Sunday school and Weekday Church school. Sarah and her husband, Ken, have 2 sons and 2 daughters and 3 grandchildren. They live in their dream home in the country with dogs, cats, chickens, sheep and horses—their “Prairie Sanctuary.”
If you have additional comments, questions, or just want to share something, we are here for you, we would love to hear from you today!Email Us