Trinity Lutheran Church ELCA - Arkdale, WI
“I am convinced that neither death, nor life, nor angels, nor rulers, nor things present, nor things to come, nor powers, nor height, nor depth, nor anything else in all creation, will be able to separate us from the love of God in Christ Jesus our Lord.”
The historical roots of Trinity Lutheran Church of Arkdale go back to 1853 when the congregation was organized and established as the first Christian church in the community. In those years, waves of European immigrants, including many from Norway, were making their way to America’s western frontier to homestead land and to begin a new life filled with promise and hope. Like Abraham, they traveled to a land that God would show them.
Over the past 164 years, we have been reminded of God’s sustaining power and grace. We remember that Jesus our Lord has already walked the path of suffering and death for us and has risen to forever hold us in the promise of new and eternal life. As his disciples, we follow on that journey. In the waters of baptism, we have died with him that we might also be raised and reborn to new Easter life. As the years pass, Jesus continually invites us as a community of faith to become a new creation. He invites us to confidently and boldly face the future, a future into which he will lead and guide us, a future over which he reigns as our risen and living Lord.
We invite you to join us on the journey.
Trinity Lutheran Church ELCA
PO Box 65
1650 Church Street
Arkdale, WI 54613
Church Office Hours:
Monday – Thursday
9:00 am – 2:30 pm
or by appointment
Arkdale Trinity Lutheran Church is located in central Wisconsin in Adams County.
From I-94, take Hwy 21 east from Tomah (40 miles)
From I-39, take Hwy 21 west from Coloma (15 miles)
From Wisconsin Rapids, take Hwy 13 south then west on Hwy 21 (25 miles)
From Wisconsin Dells, take Hwy 13 north then west on Hwy 21 (30 miles)