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Where Jesus' Voice is Heard, Proclaimed and Lived
N60 W6047 Columbia Road
Cedarburg, WI 53012
(262) 377-0610

News & Announcements

Trinity MET (Mission Exploration Team) Update

This month we finish up the Cottage Meetings. If you havenít signed up yet, call the office or sign up in church on Sunday. Times are:

  • Sunday, July 31 at 10:15am
  • Tuesday, Aug. 2 at 6:30pm
  • Tuesday, Aug. 9 at 6:30pm

The MET is about to gear up for its ultimate task: filling out the Ministry Site Profile that goes to potential pastoral candidates. Work is beginning on this form and will continue in the next few weeks. We hope to have opportunities to share parts of the form with the congregation as we work, so that we can hear any feedback you may have.

Once it is completed, we will have a Town Hall Meeting to formally accept the Ministry Site Profile. A representative from the Synod Staff will also be here. The Call Committee will also be formed around this time. If you're interested in serving on the Call Committee, talk to Pastor Heidi or Council President Bob Callies.

Thanks for all your feedback and your patience throughout this process. We know it's hard to wait -- but you have been doing some good work and thinking during this time. Please continue to keep this whole process in your prayers. May God bless our efforts!

The members of the MET are:

  • Scott Leppert and Kim Viesselmann, Co-Chairs
  • Lizzy Dunfee, Secretary
  • Rich Weber, Task Manager
  • Jody Hoffmann, Communicator
  • Carol Anderson, Writer/Wordsmith for the Ministry Site Profile that goes out to potential candidates

If you have any questions, comments, or concerns, please reach out to any member of the MET group or Pastor Heidi.

School Kit Collection

Send hope for a better world, around the world. Lutheran World Relief sends school kits to children whose lives are being shattered by war and poverty. We are again assembling school supplies to make kits for those kids who may get to go to school but can't afford the supplies that help them be successful in school. You can provide hope!

Like last year, we'll be collecting money donations (we can buy in bulk and save money vs. store prices), but you can also shop if you choose. Just put your purchase in the back of the church by Aug. 28. If you'd like to support this project, please indicate SCHOOL KITS on your donation and turn it in to the church by Aug. 28. Thanks for your support of this project. We plan to pack 200 school kits, and we will assemble kits on Sept. 11 -- God's Work, Our Hands Sunday.

Here's what goes into a school kit:

  • 4 Notebooks (70 sheets, wide or college-ruled)
  • 1 Ruler (30 centimeters/12 inches)
  • 1 Pencil sharpener (handheld)
  • 1 Blunt scissors (safety with steel blades)
  • 5 #2 Pencils with erasers, unsharpened
  • 5 Pens (black or blue ballpoint such as Bic Stics -- no gel)
  • 1 Crayola Crayons, 24-ct. box
  • 1 2½" Eraser

Coffee Hour Coordinator Needed

We are in need of a Coffee Hour Coordinator -- Jody Hoffmann is "retiring" from the position. Many thanks to Jody for her work. Please contact Jim Johnson if you are interested in the position. Generally, there are coffee hours from September through May, with a break during the summer. Here are the responsibilities of the lead person:

  • Get volunteers to provide treats, make coffee, and clean up afterwards and if a Sunday is open then provide coffee hour.
  • Advise volunteers how to make coffee -- usually 25 to 30 cups unless a meeting is going on during coffee hour, then more like 40. There are instructions for coffee making on the bulletin board.
  • Make sure there is juice in the fridge for all groups -- this is in addition to the lemonade, which is generally used for funerals. Jody would buy two packs two times a year or so, as others put juice in fridge.
  • Do coffee hour for the annual meeting.

In-Person Worship

As of late July 2022, the level of community spread for COVID-19 in Ozaukee County is medium. Wearing masks is optional at Trinity. Along with in-person worship service, we also livestream our Sunday and holiday services so that those at home can still hear the word of God and join the community in worship. For those wishing to commune while watching the online service, communion kits are available at the church office for you to pick up.

We do completely understand anyone who isn't comfortable coming in person. Please do what is best for you and your family.

Visitors are always welcome. Whether you join us in person or online, we welcome you to worship together with us!

Prayer Box

Trinity has a prayer box outside to the east of church to collect the prayers of people. Anyone who seeks prayer is invited to leave a request in the box. Trinity will set apart a special time during its worship service to pray for prayer box requests.

Requests can be made anonymously, public or private (i.e., not a part of public worship). People can also request a call or email from the pastor. We pray this ministry brings comfort, peace, hope, joy and encouragement, and will also serve as a reminder to the members of Trinity that we pray for others and that God answers prayers according to God's will.

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