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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

Quilt Sunday, Oct. 2
The Trinity quilters have been busy this past year! On Quilt Sunday, Oct. 2, the quilts that have been made over the past year will be displayed in the sanctuary, and we will have a dedication litany in the service for the quilts and school kits. It'll all be shipped off and distributed through Lutheran World Relief.

Through LWR, our hands and hearts affirm God's love for all people -- helping to end poverty, injustice and human suffering. Thank you to all the quilters and to all those who donated time, materials or money for the quilts and kits.


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Coffee with Pastor Heidi, Oct. 12 and 26
Join Pastor Heidi on Wednesday, Oct. 12 and Wednesday, Oct. 26 at NSeven Coffee in Grafton (1307 Wisconsin Ave.) at 10:30am for coffee, conversation and a brief devotion.


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Discussion on our Lutheran Understanding of Government and Civic Engagement, Wednesdays beginning Oct. 12
As Lutherans, what do we understand about government and our engagement in civic life? What are our responsibilities as citizens to our life together within a society? How do we share responsibility to seek the common good even as we may disagree about the best ways to achieve it?

The Cedarburg ELCA churches -- Advent, Faith, Immanuel and Trinity -- will join together four Wednesday evenings, Oct. 12, 19 and 26, and Nov. 2, at 7pm to discuss the ELCA social message on "Government and Civic Engagement in the United States: Discipleship in a Democracy." The statement notes that energetic civic engagement is part of our baptismal vocation -- individually and as our public witness as church together. All are welcome for an energetic discussion!

Meeting schedule and locations:

  • Oct. 12 -- Faith Lutheran Church, N35W6621 Wilson Street; discussion leader: Pastor John Norquist
  • Oct. 19 -- Advent Lutheran Church, W63N642 Washington Ave.; discussion leader: Pastor Alexis Twito
  • Oct. 26 -- Immanuel Lutheran Church, W61N498 Washington Ave.; discussion leader: Paul Cooke
  • Nov. 2 -- Trinity Lutheran Church, N60W6047 Columbia Rd.; discussion leader: Pastor Heidi Borkenhagen

Zoom links will be made available for those who prefer to participate virtually.

The ELCA has adopted a social message on government and civic engagement titled "Government and Civic Engagement in the United States: Discipleship in a Democracy. This writing project was requested by the 2019 Churchwide Assembly and was adopted in June 2020 by the ELCA Church Council [CC20.06.17]. To help dig into the text, there is a Study Guide, along with a Leader's Guide for those facilitating groups.


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"Friends and Family" Day, Oct. 16
Save the date and spread the word! Sunday, Oct. 16 will be a "Friends and Family" day sponsored by the Membership Committee. Bring friends and family members to the service at 9am and stay for the Ice Cream Social following the service.


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Trinity all-committee meeting, Oct. 23
After the 9am worship service on Sunday, Oct. 23, a representative (or more) from every Trinity committee will get together to share the goals and needs of each individual committee. Questions can be addressed. Congregation members are welcome as well.


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Blood Drive, Nov. 12
Trinity is hosting a blood drive through Versiti Blood Center of Wisconsin on Saturday, Nov. 12 from 8:30am-12:30pm. 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.

Whether or not you’re donating blood, you can also help out by donating snacks! The Blood Center will provide juice and packaged snacks, and we’re looking to supplement that with some cookies, brownies or other goodies to nourish those who’ve just donated blood. Please drop off your snacks at Trinity by end of day Friday, Nov. 11 (and label them so we know they’re for the blood drive), or let Jill know if you’re bringing them on Nov. 12. Thanks for your support!


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