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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 


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.  Please like and follow our Facebook page - Trinity Lutheran Church - LCMS Logan Ohio to receive notice of our live services.  
Good Friday service will be held at 7:00pm on April 7th.
Easter Worship will be held at 10:45am on April 9th.
We join with the residents of Carlin House Assisted Living on the 1st, 3rd and 5th Sundays, meeting at 6:30pm for singing, a message and prayer time.  
Radio Broadcast

The Lutheran Hour- Sunday

8:30 pm on 90.9 WFCO FM


 Sunday's Bible Lessons


First Reading: Ezekiel 37: 1-14


Epistle: Romans 8: 1-11


Holy Gospel:  John 11: 1-45

  Collect of the Day


Almighty God, by Your great goodness mercifully look upon Your people that we may be governed and preserved evermore in body and soul; through 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 26, 2023
                   We Don't Deserve It
                       Romans 8: 1-11

Paul talks in Romans (13:4) about the guilt of man according to his sin.  He says that no one is found innocent.  He makes clear that even with our best intentions, we can't be free from sin.  (7: 15-24)

We are guilty! 

Then we hear those beautiful, rejoicing words of Paul, "Thanks be to God through Jesus Christ our Lord!" (7:25) In Jesus, you're not guilty.  

1.  In Jesus, there is now no condemnation, first, because Jesus Christ came to be our substitute: to live as our substitute under the Law, to do our jail time, to receive the guilty verdict and pay for our sins with His own life.  As our ransom, Jesus was the payment offered to God for our sin.  (I Peter 1: 18-19)

The sacrifice of a Lamb at the Passover was central; each year it was a substitutionary sacrifice and a foreshadowing of what was to come.  

When John the Baptist spotted Jesus, he looked upon the real and greater substitute for sin Who would ultimately win forgiveness for the world by taking our place under the Law and dying as a sacrificial offering.  

As our substitute, Jesus died in order to win for us 
forgiveness  of sins.  

2. Not only did He serve us as substitute, He gave us the Holy Spirit as gift and blessing.  

With forgiveness won by Christ and His life offered in our place as substitute, the Holy Spirit is not given to make us holy and to give new direction to our lives.

When we live by the Spirit, we live with confidence in our resurrection (8: 10-11).  We live with the confidence that we have been made "sons of God" (8:14).  We look forward to the future glory of heaven (8:18).  We realize that nothing can separate us from the love of God (8: 35-38).  

Jesus was willingly condemned to set us free.  

Jesus graciously gave us the Holy Spirit and made us victors forever in His name.


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