Rev. Fritz Fowler

Pastor Fritz was called to serve as Lead Pastor on Reformation Sunday, October 25, 2020. A native of Upstate New York, he graduated from Kingswood University, Sussex, New Brunswick, Canada with a Bachelor of Arts Degree. He attended the Lutheran Theological Seminary at Gettysburg and completed his internship on the West Coast in Portland, Oregon. Before Trinity, he served at University Lutheran Church for six years and served as the Lutheran Campus Pastor at the University of Pennsylvania. In 2018, Pastor Fritz was named a G. Douglas Lewis Fellow from the Lewis Center for Church Leadership at Wesley Theological Seminary, Washington, DC.  The Lewis Fellows program is a post-graduate, post-ordination ecumenical fellowship for outstanding young clergy that meets together over the course of a year for four-day meetings around the country.

In addition to his role as pastor, Pastor Fritz serves on the board of Bear Creek Camp and the Interfaith Philadelphia. In 2016 he was elected at the Churchwide Assembly to the ELCA Committee on Appeals, where he serves as the vice-chair. From 2016-2019 he was also a Big Brother Mentor with Big Brothers Big Sisters.

Pastor Fritz is grateful for his husband of four years, Trevor, and their five-year-old husky, Jensen. They enjoy hiking, camping, and exploring all Lansdale has to offer. Pastor Fritz is a triathlete in his spare time, brews his own Kombucha, and enjoys baking his own sourdough bread. He’d love to connect with you and can be reached by email at