Holy Trinity Lutheran Church is located in beautiful Cache Valley, across the street from Utah State University. It is a place where God's people gather for worship, to be fed and nourished spiritually as we receive God's gifts of grace, and to hear God's news through Jesus proclaimed. Holy Trinity serves the people of Cache Valley by strengthening the faith of our worship family, and by seeking to bring that message of good news to our community.
Holy Trinity has been serving God's people and Cache Valley for over 50 years. The congregation began as a ministry to students and faculty at Utah State. At one point, the worshiping group became large enough to become Holy Trinity Lutheran Church. Through a generous donation from the Colorado District of the Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod, the current location and building were established.
What to Expect
Currently, Holy Trinity offers one weekly worship service to give thanks to God for His grace and forgiveness through Jesus. Each Sunday we worship at 10:30 am. Everyone is welcome to join us. Beforehand at 9:30, we offer Sunday School for young children, plus studies for middle and high school youth, and a Bible study for adults. We encourage you to bring the whole family for this time of study as well as for our time of worship. Check our ministries page for details. During the week, Holy Trinity offers a variety of studies or groups. Please check the ministries page for more details of the activities of all these groups.
Holy Trinity Lutheran celebrated the installation of their pastor, Rev. Joshua Heimbuck, on January 5, 2014. Pastor Heimbuck or “Pastor Josh” is married to Rebecca nee Werner and they have a son John, (age 11). Pastor Josh graduated from the University of Utah with a BA in History before graduating from Concordia Seminary, St. Louis, MO, with his Masters in Divinity. Pastor Josh grew up in Ogden, Utah, and was a graduate of Ogden High School. He served as pastor of two congregations in Minnesota before receiving the call to Logan. Pastor Josh’s interests are: hiking, playing guitar, biking, ceramics, technology and just spending time with family.