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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

Upcoming Activities

Ozaukee Family Bike Ride for Outreach for Hope, Sept. 7
Be a Champion of Hope! The annual Ozaukee County Family Bike Ride raises funds for Outreach for Hope, which supports life-giving ministries to low-income neighborhoods in southeastern Wisconsin. These programs –-- such as food pantries, health and wellness screenings, prison ministry, after-school programs, employment assistance and much more -- uplift individuals, support families and strengthen communities.

The ride will take place Saturday, Sept. 7, starting at Grace Lutheran Church, 715 Sixth Ave., Grafton, and follows the stunning Ozaukee Interurban Trail north through Port Washington and beyond. There are 14-, 30-, and 50-mile ride options, and riders may turn around at any point for a shorter ride. There will also be a neighborhood ride for younger children, as well as fun activities such as face painting, bike decorating and sidewalk chart art. There are many ways to get involved, and all ages and abilities are welcome to participate:

  • Ride – the fee is $40 per rider, and $80 for the entire family (fees increase after Sept. 4).
  • Volunteer – assist with event tasks, such as set-up, registration and lunch at Grace, or help out along the bike route.
  • Donate in support of those who are riding or volunteering. Each dollar raised will be doubled (up to $30,000) and have $10 added to it.
  • Register as a "virtual rider" and create your own fundraising webpage.

Generous grants will provide an additional $10 donation for each registration, and an additional $25 for creating a fundraising page. Riders and volunteers receive a light breakfast and picnic lunch.

Register or donate today at ofhbikeride.com! For more information, please contact Julie Ische.


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"God's Work, Our Hands," Sept. 15
"God's Work, Our Hands" Sunday is an opportunity to celebrate who we are as the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America -- one church, freed in Christ to serve and love our neighbor. You work every day to make your community a better place. Let's do this work together!

On Sunday, Sept. 15, we'll be assembling school kits and personal care kits for Lutheran World Relief to send around the world to those impacted by war and poverty. Please come down to the dining hall after the 9am service to help out.

This year we also have the opportunity to work with the members of Grace Lutheran Church in Grafton. On Sept. 15, they are hosting a "God's Work, Our Hands" event. The projects will run from 12:30-2:30pm (roughly), and volunteers are invited to kick things off with a volunteer lunch at Grace at 11:30am. We can help with three different projects that day:

  1. Weeding at Portal, Inc in Grafton
  2. Cleaning part of the Milwaukee River
  3. Singing at Hamburg Home in Grafton

If you are interested in helping with one of these projects, please contact Linda in the church office (262-377-0610 or office@trinitycedarburg.org) by Thursday, Sept. 12.


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Parking cars for Wine & Harvest Festival, Sept. 21-22
Help is needed to park cars in Trinity's parking lot during Cedarburg's Wine & Harvest Festival Sept. 21-22. If you can help out with parking, please contact Pastor Brent (pastorbrenttlc@gmail.com) or the church office.


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Food Pack for Hunger Relief, Sept. 28
Help provide food and hope! At the Food Pack for Hunger Relief at Trinity on Saturday, Sept. 28, work together in an assembly line to pack fortified meals to be sent to hungry people in countries such as Haiti and El Salvador. Three shifts are available -- 9-10:30am, 10:30am-noon, and noon-1:30pm. No experience is needed, and sit-down jobs are available for those who don't wish to stand the whole time.

Along with packers, we also need monetary donations to make this happen -- we hope to pack 96 boxes, and Trinity pays $43.20 per box for the cost of food and shipping. There's no fee to participate, but we'll gladly welcome donations of any amount, whether or not you help pack. You can donate when you come to pack, or you can give through the church office or the offering plate (if donating by check, please make your check out to "Trinity Lutheran Church" with "Food Pack" on the memo section of the check). Thank you so much for any contribution you can make!

This event is open to everyone in the community -- from grade-schoolers on up -- and we need your help! To sign up, please contact Linda Staley in the church office (262-377-0610 or office@trinitycedarburg.org). You can sign up as an individual or as a group -- invite your friends, family members and coworkers to do this with you!

Please consider participating and making a difference to help alleviate hunger.


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Family Potluck, Oct. 20
Families with kids who are between the ages of 4 and 11 (5th grade) are welcome to join us at Trinity for a brief worship, dinner and education time. We hold these potlucks roughly once a month (on the third Sunday of the month from September through April, except for December), and the next one will be Sunday, Oct. 20 from 4-5:30pm in the Parish Hall. Dinner is provided by the members of Trinity, and the parents who come can provide a side dish, salad or dessert. If you're interested in attending or helping out, please contact Pastor Brent at 262-377-0610 or pastorbrenttlc@gmail.com so he has an idea of how much food to get.


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Blood Drive, Nov. 2
Trinity is hosting a blood drive on Saturday, Nov. 2 from 9am-1pm. If it's tough for you to find time to donate blood during the workweek, hopefully a Saturday morning appointment will fit your schedule better. Blood donors are always in constant demand, and by donating just one pint of blood, you have the potential to save up to three lives.

Anyone who is at least 17 years old (16-year-olds can donate with parental consent), weighs a minimum of 110 lbs. and is in generally good health can donate blood. The entire process takes about an hour, and all blood types are needed.

Appointments are encouraged, and donors should bring a photo ID. To sign up for your lifesaving appointment, call 1-877-BE-A-HERO, contact Jill Klitz, or reserve a spot online.

Thanks for being a hero!


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