Trinity Lutheran Church|
Where Jesus' Voice is Heard, Proclaimed and Lived
N60 W6047 Columbia Road
Cedarburg, WI 53012
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The 2022 Trinity Reverse Advent Calendar
Advent is a time of waiting. Advent can also be a time of "doing" as we reflect and wait for the birth of Jesus. Trinity's Reverse Advent Calendar gives us opportunities to light candles, read scripture, collect food and necessities for families who need them, as well as do kind and loving acts for self and others. A calendar has been emailed to the congregation, can be picked up at the church office or can be downloaded here. Food donations will be donated to the Saukville Community Food Pantry -- there is a barrel just inside the doors off the upper parking lot near the office for putting food and other product donations in.
Trinity MET (Mission Exploration Team) Update
Come and see the MSP! The Mission Exploration Team is excited to share the Ministry Site Profile (MSP) with the congregation. This is the document that will go out to prospective pastoral candidates to tell them about Trinity and what you are looking for in your next called pastor. All the surveys, discussions, and questions you have been a part of were used to help the team fill this out. Come see what the MET has been working towards for many months! Our first meeting was on Nov. 20, and the second one will be after the 9am worship service on Sunday, Dec. 4.
The members of the MET team are:
Pastor Heidi Borkenhagen
- Scott Leppert and Kim Viesselmann, Co-Chairs
- Lizzy Dunfee
- Rich Weber
- Jody Hoffmann
- Carol Anderson
Wearing masks is optional at Trinity. Along with in-person worship services, 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 services, 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!
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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