300 S Ardmore Ave, Villa Park IL, 60181

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Prepare the way of the Lord,
make his paths straight;

all flesh shall see the salvation of God. Luke 3:4b, 6








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Pastor Rob Rogers was born in Seattle Washington. He has a B.A. in Communication from Concordia University, Austin, TX and a Masters of Divinity from Concordia Seminary in St. Louis, MO. READ MORE >>

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Free Concert for the Entire Family!
Saturday, September 5
Worship at Trinity Lutheran Church @ 4:30
Concert @ 6:00
The gazebo along the Prairie Path at Park and Ardmore in Villa Park will be rocking on Saturday, September 5, as the typical quiet neighborhood reverberates with the sound of “speedwood.”  It may be the last opportunity for area residents to hear the subgenre of music created by Lost and Found. Trinity Lutheran Church of Villa Park presents the band in the final Chicagoland performance, with the “Lost and Found Farewell Tour.”
Artists  Michael Bridges and George Baum have been traveling the world together since high school playing a unique guitar-piano mix that’s been dubbed “acoustic thrash, ” “heavy mental,” and “organic.”  The duo owes their widespread following to concerts that are interactive, audience-driven, spontaneous, and improvisational.  As one reviewer noted, “What other band plays a slinky during their stage show?”
The free 6 p.m. outdoor concert is the highlight of Trinity’s Harvest Festival, which incorporates a selection of food trucks, cupcakes, and fun activities.The 4:30 p.m. church service which kicks off the festivities takes place in the sanctuary of Trinity’s church building, at 300 South Ardmore Avenue, which sits right across Park, just north of the gazebo with Lost and Found as feature musicians during worship. Concert goers are encouraged to bring blankets and lawn chairs.
Mike Ticaric, who serves on the Trinity committee coordinating the event, is enthusiastic about the opportunity to bring the church and surrounding community together for the concert and festival.  He said, “We’re excited about this event.  We’re always looking for ways that Trinity can serve the community and nearby families.  Adding Lost and Found to our Harvest Festival this year is not only a great way to introduce ourselves to people who may not know us yet, but we’re going to make sure everyone is having a great time while we’re doing it.”
More information is available by calling the church office at 630.834.3440.

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Lost and Found and their Farewell Tour