Trinity Lutheran Church|
Where Jesus' Voice is Heard, Proclaimed and Lived
N60 W6047 Columbia Road
Cedarburg, WI 53012
Trinity provides opportunities for people of all ages
to learn more about the Christian faith.
All adults are welcome to any of the classes that meet Sundays at 10:30am from September through May in the Gathering Area by the church library. We pack in some good snacks from Coffee Hour and then talk about various topics. Everyone is welcome to be a part of this discussion.
Our first meeting of the fall will be on Sept. 16. We'll start with the book Living a Life that Matters by Harold S. Kushner (He wrote the book When Bad Things Happen to Good People.) The book has eight chapters, and several copies should be found in the public library.
If you have any questions or ideas for classes, please contact Pastor Brent at 262-377-0610 or
We are currently brainstorming ideas for our youth education. Watch for more details to come!
Contact: Michelle Kutz
There are two women's Bible studies that meet once
a month. All women of the
church are welcome to join or attend any of the
circles -- many new friendships are formed, and it's a great
way to get to know other women from our congregation.
Martha Circle -- contact Jeanne Mueller for meeting information.
Ruth Circle meets the
second Tuesday of the month at 9:30am September through May for a light breakfast and faith building in the dining hall at church. All are welcomed as friends. Contact Julie Ische if you wish, or just drop by. Ruth Circle will start up again Tuesday, Sept. 11 at 9:30am. ALL are welcome! We will be wrestling with how the church is transforming and what the future of the church looks like as we look back at how the church began,
working through Andy Stanley's Big Church DVD study. "Two thousand years ago, a gathering of people in a Middle Eastern city began a movement. Encircling the globe and leaving its mark on individuals and cultures on every continent, this movement would eventually become known as the church." Join us as we discuss what is church, and how Trinity fits into this worldwide movement.
In Confirmation classes, 6th- through 8th-graders from St. John, Immanuel, Faith and Trinity learn together under the guidance of the four pastors Wednesdays from 5-6pm in Trinity's youth room.
On Sunday, Sept. 9, three of our young people will be confirmed. They are Chloe Burmeister, Ariana Halverson and William Krieg.
Our Parent Orientation meeting will be on Wednesday, Sept. 12 at 5pm in the youth room at Trinity. As of now we don't have any kids from our church of this age group, but we are still partnering with Faith, Immanuel and St. John. We may even have some students from Advent. This year we will be studying the Small Catechism.
Contact: Pastor Brent,
Men's Breakfast & Bible Study
All men are invited for good food, great conversation and Bible study in
the dining hall the third Thursday of the month at 8am, and the
following Saturday at 7:30am, September through May. Each month we learn something new from various parts of scripture. There's fellowship and eating for the first 30 minutes, followed by a study. Breakfast is provided by the members on a rotating basis. There's no need to sign up in advance.
Our first meetings of the fall will be on Thursday, Sept. 20 at 8am and Saturday the 22nd at 7:30am. Our discussion for the day will be from Luke 10:25-37.
Contact: Pastor Brent,
For a schedule of who's providing breakfast for each month's
Saturday morning Men's Breakfast & Bible Study,
please click here.
A pre-Communion class is taught by Pastor Brent in the fall to prepare 5th-graders to receive the Lord's Supper.
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