Athletics

Trinity Lutheran Church sponsors a variety of sports programs, for kids of all ages. These programs emphasize Christian sportsmanship and fellowship at all times.

Basketball

Children and Youth – Trinity enters several teams in the Long Island Lutheran Church Basketball league every year. This program is open for children and youth in Kindergarten through high school. Sign-up begins in September, and league play is from November to March. Trinity’s gym is a busy place during basketball season, and it’s a great family atmosphere. Parents and volunteers help run the kitchen for home games, providing food and snacks. For more information, go to TrinityBasketball.net

Men & Women – Kids aren’t the only ones who love sports! Trinity sponsors teams for both men and women in the same Lutheran church league. Sign-up begins in September, and league play is from November to March.

The Men play weekly pick-up games in the gym throughout the year, as well — Wednesdays at 9:00pm.

Women from the congregation and school community also hit the court with both the open gym opportunity as well as teams in the league. The Women’s weekly pick-up games in the gym are Wednesdays at 7:30pm. On those Wednesdays when we have worship services, such as during the seasons of Advent and Lent, gym time for the Women begins closer to 8:15 PM, after the worship service, and goes to 9:15 or so. For more information, go to TrinityBasketball.net

Men’s Softball

Every summer, Trinity participates in a Lutheran church softball league. Games are played Sunday afternoons and evenings from May through August at Town Hall Park in Lindenhurst. Call the church office (516-931-2225) for contact information for team managers.

Bowling

From September through May join Trinity members for fun and bowling. Second Saturday of the month, 7:00pm, $25 per month. AMF Plainview Lanes, 500 Old Bethpage Rd., Plainview. Email Scott Galdo for more information at: SGaldo@TrinityHicksville.org.

“I have fought the good fight, I have finished the race, I have kept the faith”

2 Timothy 4:7