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  • first communion
  • Leaf Peeping 2016
  • Church Council 2016
  • Christmas 2015
  • New Church officers are installed
  • Neighborhood picnic
  • Barbaque ribs...boy were they good!
  • The big kids take over
  • Would you like to make an ornament?
  • Candy Cane ring toss
  • Feeding Santa
  • Christmas in July
  • Christmas decorating
  • Cookie Baking time
  • The beginning of Sunday school
  • Charge to the children
  • Gloriah reads the psalm
  • Installation procession
  • Children's sermon
  • Pastor Francis Rigobert
  • Face painting
  • They're almost here
  • Men's prayer breakfast
  • Men in the Kitchen
  • Please, may I have some more?
  • Food, Glorious food!
  • Cooking the Palm Sunday Breakfast
  • Palm Sunday 2014
  • At the Bishop's meeting
  • Worship at Westchester Care Center
  • Reading the Epistle at Westchester Living Center
  • Our altar at Westchester independent Living Center
  • Another reader
  • Crucifer of the day
  • Easter 2013
  • Easter Sunday 2013
  • Silent Night
  • A candle lit church
  • A work in progress
  • Silent night, Holy Night
  • Joy to the World
  • Away in a Manger
  • Twinkle
  • The Candles are lit
  • Christmas Eve
  • Spreading the Gospel since 1895
  • United to improve the neighborhood
  • Apple picking in 2012
  • Deacon Commissioning processional
  • Rich Peko being commissioned
  • Available for weddings



Christ is Risen! He is Risen, indeed! Alleluia!

Easter Season is upon us. It's a time when we really accentuate and celebrate the great Resurrection of Jesus Christ, our Savior and Redeemer. The grave is a trap for sinners! It has the right and power to keep us in it's grasp for eternity. But Jesus Christ, God the Son in flesh, was without sin, spot, blemish, or any mark that could condemn Him to that grave. Since the grave has no taste for sinless humanity, it could not contain Jesus.  He overcame the grave, leaving it on the third day. Christ is risen!

We are now faced with the empty tomb.   By all rights, by everything that is logical , that should not be.  Jesus should still be in that tomb. Even when the women came back and reported the tomb empty, disciples didn’t believe.   Thomas didn’t believe.  He was “from Missouri”  The show me state.  Not until he put his fingers in the nail holes and in the hole the spear made in Jesus’ side, did Thomas believe that Jesus had overcome death for our sake.  

Jesus was not in that tomb.  He had done what he had intended.  He took our sins to that cross, and restored through Him, our relationship with God.  The relationship lost when Adam and Eve disobeyed God and brought sin into this world.  Join us this Easter season as we celebrate Jesus victory over death.  Our Divine worship service begins Sunday morning at 10, with Sunday school for all ages at 11:30.

Easter Season is upon us. It's a time when we really accentuate and celebrate the great Catch the excitement of the empty tomb!!!!  Join us in celebration of Jesus sacrifice. Learn of God's unbounded love for us as his creation.  We worship every Sunday morning at 10 AM  Sunday School and Adult Bible class meet immediately after worship.  As a church, we are on a two year walk through the Bible, and we will answer any questions about this weeks readings during the Bible study hour.  Join us on our walk.  The readings are found in the calendar, immediately to the left of this message.  We also offer additional opportunities for learning during our Wednesday Bible Lunch at 11:30.

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The first Sunday of every month we host a Worship Service at the Westchester Center for Independent and Assisted Living.  The center is located just 5 minutes from Holy Trinity Lutheran Church and is home to up to 200 members of our senior community.  Our service begins at 2 P.M.


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Contact Us  
Holy Trinity Lutheran Church
56-60 Mulberry St.
Yonkers, New York 10701
Phone (914)965-3884
Fax (914) 965.3884
Regular Schedule  
  • 10:00 AM
    Worship Service
  • 11:30 AM
    Sunday School
  • 11:30 AM
    Adult Bible Class
Fun walk in the sun fundraiser

Join us as we raise funds in memory of Rowai Amos Chatora .  Proceeds of this walk will benefit the Amazing Grace Childrens Hospital, The Holy Trinity Childrens Fund, the Youth Group Fund for Raquel Rohas Projects, and the Sakubva Project Childrens Center.  Tickets to walk begin at $50.00.  If you would like to donate to these worthwhile projects make your checks out to the Rowai Amos Chatora foundation and send them to Holy Trinity Lutheran Church, 60 Mulberry Street, Yonkers, NY 10701.