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Trinity Lutheran Church Runnemede

"To Know Christ and To Make Him Known"

About Us

Greetings! I am glad that you have decided to visit our website. Hopefully, the information you find here will be of some help to you. Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church is a traditional Lutheran church encouraging and supporting family values and core Christian beliefs.

We are a Word and sacrament church. That is the Word of God incarnate in Jesus Christ as revealed through the reading of scripture and through biblical preaching, and the sacraments of Holy Baptism, which is the initiation rite into the family of God, emphasizing the promise of salvation through faith alone and Holy Communion where we receive the body and blood of Jesus through the bread and wine of His Supper which strengthens and sustains our faith through the mystery of uniting us to the Holy Trinity.

While visiting us on-line you will find information about our faith, and our mission. I hope that you may visit us in person so that your faith may be encouraged and your voice can be lifted up in praise of God along with ours. Should you have any questions, please contact me through our church office 856-939-4411 or via email.

If you decide to worship with us be sure to fill out a visitor’s card and introduce yourself to me after the service. 

Have a Blessed Day

Pastor Andy

Get to know us
Pastor Andy at his desk

Pastor Andy

Pastor Engelhart was born in Camden, NJ in 1962 and grew up in the small south Jersey town of Westmont. During his teenage and young adult years he was…

Church Secretary Janet Lipski

Janet Lipski

Janet grew up in Collingswood New Jersey and was employed by the Gloucester City Post Office where she met her husband Steve. Steve and Janet have…

Trinity Church exterior old photo

Church History

The years of 1920’s were one of changes around the Camden County region. In 1926, the boroughs of Bellmawr and Runnemede were incorporated…

"Instead, speaking the truth in love, we will grow to become in every respect the mature body of him who is the head, that is, Christ."
Ephesians 4:15