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

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Ushering -- An Opportunity to Serve

Art Viesselmann has been scheduling the usher teams at Trinity since his youth confirmation, interrupted only by his military service in the Korean conflict. For both, we the members of Trinity Lutheran Church are very grateful -- thank you, Art!

Rich Weber has agreed to take over scheduling usher teams and is seeking affirmation from the current nine teams to continue, as well as seeking interest from other church members to become an usher. Teams currently have from two to four members; three is acceptable but four is better to provide greater flexibility in case of illness or travel.

Ushers teams are presently scheduled through August. With nine teams, each team serves one to two times per year, one month at a time, including Saturday evening and Sunday morning services, and occasional special services. Teams can be comprised of men and/or women, and families.

If you are already on an usher team and wish to "retire" or have other reasons to stop, please contact Linda Staley in the church office by phone (377-0610) or email (office@trinitycedarburg.org) by Sunday, June 25. There is no need to contact Linda if you wish to continue on your present team.

If you are not presently an usher, but would like to become one, please also contact Linda by June 25. Thereafter, Rich will review the responses and adjust the current teams or add teams as appropriate. Then he will make out a new usher team schedule for the next year, beginning in September. A mailing to the teams will be made by early August, including the list of teams and members with phone numbers and email addresses, the new schedule, and the list of usher duties. If there is interest, Rich will schedule a meeting of the usher teams to answer questions, like Art used to do.

As a reminder, the current nine usher teams are listed below:

Team 1: Herb Mentzel, Jeff Miller, Ron Sella
Team 2: Dave Ludeman, Logan Ludeman, Bill Campolo, Nick Wood
Team 3: Scott Leppert, Roy Oberheu, Mike Reimer
Team 4: MacDonald Family, Brian Scheunemann
Team 5: John Ische, Jeanne Mueller
Team 6: Bob Maronde, Todd Luft, Al Wolter
Team 7: Art Viesselmann, Bill Clayton, Marty Moser, Kim Viesselmann
Team 8: Bob Jessel, Rob Butz, Paul Cyrier, Paul Sorensen
Team 9: Rich Weber, Brant Anderson, Kirk Lundgren

Trinity Scholarships

Trinity Scholarship applications are available for high-school graduates and continuing college underclassmen. Please pick up an application from Linda's office or contact her (262-377-0610, office@trinitycedarburg.org) to have an electronic application sent to you. You can also download a PDF of the application here:

2017 Trinity Scholarship Application

All applications are due in their entirety by June 30, 2017.

Applicants are allowed to apply for a scholarship even if they received a scholarship in prior year(s), up to a limit of five years. Scholarships will be given out in early August 2017 in church. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact a member of the Trinity Scholarship Committee: David Klitz (chair), Scott Leppert (Council rep), Bob Maronde or Sharon Oberheu.

Loose Change Offerings

Through June, the loose change given in the offering plate will go to personal care kits. When Lutheran World Relief distributes personal care kits, it's often to people who have lost everything. In the wake of an earthquake, or having fled from violence as their homes were overtaken, they clasp a towel from a faraway place, with a bar of soap, a toothbrush ... and washing up, they know that they have not been forsaken by the world.

The very simple gesture of giving a personal care kit can give someone the encouragement to start anew, starting with a bath. You can share God's grace and love by providing that simple comfort.

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