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Welcome, and thank you for visiting Trinity Lutheran Church in Logan, Ohio online. We hope that you will look around our website and discover a little bit about who we are.  We would love to greet you and share with you our love for Jesus Christ and for you, our neighbor.

Our Beliefs


At the heart of our Christian faith is the sure confidence that we are saved by grace alone, through faith alone, on account of Jesus Christ alone. All that we believe, teach, and confess is based on God's Word alone.





Sunday School classes start at 9:30

Sunday Morning services are at 10:45

Prayer and Praise service at 6:30 pm

at Carlin House Assisted Living 


Radio Broadcast of Sugar Grove morning service at 8:30am on 98.3 FM


Any additional services will be announced in our bulletin and on our website.

Latest News
We have resumed services each week in the sanctuary.  In addition, the service will also be offered through Facebook live videos and on the Trinity Lutheran Church Logan YouTube channel.  Please like and follow our Facebook page - Trinity Lutheran Church - LCMS Logan Ohio to receive notice of our live services.  
Thursday: 7:00pm Maundy Thursday Communion Service at Trinity Sugar Grove
Friday: 7:00pm Good Friday Tenebrae Service at Trinity Logan
Easter Sunday: 10:45am Holy Communion Service
Radio Broadcast

The Lutheran Hour- Sunday

8:30 pm on 90.9 WFCO FM


8 am on 102.5 FM and 1240 AM


Worship Service - Sunday Morning

8:30 to 9:00 a.m. on 98.3 WKNA FM

 Sunday's Bible Lessons


First Reading: Zechariah 9: 9-12


Epistle: Philippians 2: 5-11


Holy Gospel:  Mark 14: 1 - 15: 47

  Collect of the Day


Almighty and everlasting God, You sent Your Son, our Savior Jesus Christ, to take upon Himself our flesh and to suffer death upon the cross.  Mercifully grant that we may follow the example of His great humility and patience and be made partakers of His resurrection; through the same Jesus Christ, Your Son,  our Lord, who lives and reigns with You and the Holy Spirit, one God, now and forever.

           Study Guide for March 28, 2021
   The Truth and Purpose of the Passion
                      Mark 14: 1 - 15: 47
The Palm Sunday procession is a victory celebration acted out in the tradition given of Christ's final victory in the resurrection. 
The Sunday of the Passion covers the scene-by-scene accounts of the Lord's journey to the cross and His death and burial for the salvation of all mankind.  
The play script of today's Gospel is the authored Word of the triune God, the divinely revealed action of the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. 
1. The Setup:  The plot to kill Jesus.  Judas, the betrayer, is encouraged to go forward with his diabolical plan to set Jesus up for arrest.  With Peter, each disciple says "I will not deny You." (14: 29-31)  This sets up the scene of not just one betrayer - but twelve!
2.  The Confrontation:  the plot of evil accusation.  Jesus is led away to the high priest where contradictory testimony is offered against Jesus.  Peter is also confronted by a servant girl.  Jesus is led to the governor's palace and Pilate's charge:  "Are You the King of the Jews?"  (15:2)
3.  The Resolution:  the plot twist that saves.  Barabbas, the one offered as a subtle example of salvation is rejected by the people. Jesus is given over to be crucified to resolve the deadly conflict of our sin and for the salvation of all people.   Jesus is mocked and beaten by the soldiers.  Simon of Cyrene is drafted into service to carry the cross of Jesus.   Jesus is mocked by all who passed by Him, the chief priests and scribes, even the criminals crucified with Him. 
The scene of Jesus' death occurs between the sixth and ninth hours with Jesus crying out to His Father.  Jesus alone pays the price of our redemption:  "My God, my God, why have You forsaken Me?"  Separation from His Father is Jesus' final payment for our sins.  Joseph lays Jesus' body in his own tomb.  Through all of this, you are forgiven.

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