We are a traditional Lutheran congregation, Holy Trinity Lutheran, that gathers every Sunday for the mass. We are part of the ELMD in Finland with some thirty congregations in Finland.
Right from the start, Christians have devoted themselves to the apostles’ teaching, breaking of bread and prayer, Acts 2:42. The mass is a service in which we receive the Holy Communion. We hear the Lord addressing us in his word and Jesus offers freely his body and blood for the forgiveness of our sins. The Sacrament of the Altar can be received by baptized Christians who need Christ for the forgiveness of their sins and who commit themselves to the Bible and the Lutheran Confessions in their doctrine and lives.
Holy Trinity Lutheran
Sunday 10.30 am
Leinikkitie 36, 01350 Vantaa.
NOTE: Enterance via Asterinkuja.
Pay a visit to us!
+ pastor Jussi Halonen
jussi.halonen(at)lhpk.fi, 044 069 7579.
The Evangelical Lutheran Mission Diocese of Finland was founded when the representatives of the congregations signed the founding document. It describes shortly the reasons that were behind founding of the Diocese. At the same time it publicly states the confession of the Diocese and calls for others to join in the work of renewing Lutheran congregational life in Finland.
The purpose, structure and operative rules of The Evangelical Lutheran Mission Diocese of Finland are described in the Diocesan Order. In part one it describes the confession, nature and mission of the Diocese. Part two describes the different administrative bodies of the Diocese with their duties. Rules and regulations guiding the activities of the Diocese are described in part three.
Coat of Arms of the Diocese
The coat of arms depicts a golden background and a red cup with an octagonal thickening in its stand. The cup may be seen as a chalice that has one one side a golden host stamped with a red St George’s Cross with concave tips. On the other hand, the cup may be seen as a baptismal font. At baptism, the baptised are blessed with the holy sign of the cross.
Coat of Arms of the Bishop
The Bishop’s coat of arms depicts a golden background and a red cup with an octagonal thickening in its stand. The cup may be seen as a chalice that has one one side a golden host stamped with a red St George’s Cross with concave tips. On the other hand, the cup may be seen as a baptismal font. At baptism, the baptised are blessed with the holy sign of the cross.
Above the coat of arms is a mitre (Bishop’s hat). In the background of the coat of arms is a diagonally placed crosier (Bishop’s staff). On its top part of the staff is an octagonal ornament reminding of the eight beatitudes that Jesus stated in his sermon on the mount.