Meet our staff

 Pastor Dirk
Pastor Dirk Hagmaier
Co-Pastor Program
 Responsibilities: I am in charge of the Program Ministries including confirmation and bible studies here at Trinity Lutheran Church. 

Background: I enjoy spending my free time hunting, fishing, walking, exercising, biking and getting spoiled by my wife :) and as the staff would say I enjoy getting spoiled by everyone!!!!



 Lexy Johnson
Lexy Carson
Faith-Formation
 Lexy Carson is originally from Webster, SD where she grew up on the family farm with her parents and four siblings. She graduated from Augustana University in 2016 with a degree in Government and International Affairs. She served as an ELCA’s Young Adult in Global Mission (YAGM) on the Sunshine Coast of Australia where she served at Luther Heights Youth Camp from 2016-2017. She worked as the Program Director at NeSoDak of Lutherans Outdoors in South Dakota from 2017-2018. Lexy is currently studying to attain her Masters of Divinity from Sioux Falls Seminary through the Kairos program. 

As the Director of Faith Formation, Lexy is passionate about assisting Confirmation, coordinating Sunday School, planning Milestone Ministry, creating faith formative youth events, service projects in the community and forming new ideas for intergenerational bonding at Trinity! In her free time, Lexy loves running, kayaking, rock wall climbing, traveling, pretty much anything related to being out in creation. 
 



 Alex Eykamp
Alex Eykamp
Office Manager
 I grew up in Oldham and was baptized and confirmed in the Lutheran Church. Some of you already know that I studied organ and piano with Colleen Tucker while I was in junior high and high school. My first organ lessons were at Trinity. I was substitute organist for Mrs. Tucker several times during those years and also played at Trinity for funerals and weddings. We also had many piano studio recitals in the Sanctuary. 

After high school, I earned my bachelor’s degree at Augustana College (now Augustana University) in Sioux Falls in music (sacred music emphasis) and a minor in religion. My internship was at First Lutheran Church in Sioux Falls, and I was involved with the chapel musicians on campus. For a while, I also played the organ at Dow Rummel Village for their Sunday afternoon worship service. I earned my master’s degree in church music (organ emphasis) and carillon from the University of Kansas School of Music. (A carillon is a musical instrument of at least 23 bells located outside and played by a keyboard that allows for variation in dynamics through touch.) After that I moved to Macon, Georgia, to pursue my artist’s diploma in organ performance at Mercer University’s Townsend School of Music. I have served several denominations over the years, including Lutheran, Presbyterian, and Episcopal, but I am glad to be back in the Lutheran Church.



 Alex Eykamp
Scotty Emerson
Custodial & Maintenance
  



 Alex Eykamp
Alex Eykamp
Music / Orgainist
 I grew up in Oldham and was baptized and confirmed in the Lutheran Church. Some of you already know that I studied organ and piano with Colleen Tucker while I was in junior high and high school. My first organ lessons were at Trinity. I was substitute organist for Mrs. Tucker several times during those years and also played at Trinity for funerals and weddings. We also had many piano studio recitals in the Sanctuary. 

After high school, I earned my bachelor’s degree at Augustana College (now Augustana University) in Sioux Falls in music (sacred music emphasis) and a minor in religion. My internship was at First Lutheran Church in Sioux Falls, and I was involved with the chapel musicians on campus. For a while, I also played the organ at Dow Rummel Village for their Sunday afternoon worship service. I earned my master’s degree in church music (organ emphasis) and carillon from the University of Kansas School of Music. (A carillon is a musical instrument of at least 23 bells located outside and played by a keyboard that allows for variation in dynamics through touch.) After that I moved to Macon, Georgia, to pursue my artist’s diploma in organ performance at Mercer University’s Townsend School of Music. I have served several denominations over the years, including Lutheran, Presbyterian, and Episcopal, but I am glad to be back in the Lutheran Church.


Contact


203 N Harth Ave
Madison, SD 57042

605-256-2771

Service Times

Saturday Hours:
Traditional Worship 6:00pm
Sundays Hours:
Traditional Worship 1st, 2nd & 5th 9:30am
Celebration Worship 3rd & 4th 9:30am

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