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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

Listed below are upcoming activities involving Trinity. If you'd like to find out more about these activities, please talk with the contact person or call the church office.

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Christmas Caroling, Dec. 18

Service of Lessons & Carols, Dec. 23

New Year's Eve service, Dec. 31

Christmas Caroling, Dec. 18
Do you love to sing Christmas carols? If so, a group from Trinity will be going caroling on Tuesday, Dec. 18 at 6pm. We'd like to get an idea of the number of people, so if you are interested, please let Pastor Brent know by email at pastorbrenttlc@gmail.com. The weather should be dry, just a little chilly, so dress warmly.

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Service of Lessons & Carols, Dec. 23
Trinity has a wonderful tradition of offering a service of Lessons & Carols during one of the four Advent Sundays every year. This year's service will be on Sunday, Dec. 23 during the 9am worship service, during which we will tell the story of Christmas through scripture readings, congregational carols and choral anthems. The members of Chapel Choir have been preparing for this special Sunday and are looking forward to sharing the music not just with the congregation at Trinity on Dec. 23, but also with the community at the Lasata Heights senior living facility on Saturday, Dec. 22 at 3pm.

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New Year's Eve service, Dec. 31
On New Year's Eve, from 5-6pm, the church sanctuary is open to any who wish to come for a time of personal meditation and to receive Holy Communion. There is no spoken liturgy and no sermon -- there is a bulletin available to guide your meditation, or you may simply pray your own prayers. You may come and go any time during the hour.

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