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

Upcoming Activities

Bible Study: "Who, What, When, Why?", Tuesdays and Wednesdays beginning Jan. 15
Who, What, When, Why and How are age-old questions that every discipline tries to answer. These same questions exist in the world of theology and biblical studies. Who wrote the books of the Bible? When were they written? To whom were they written? Why do we have the books we have? What happened to the books of Philip, James, Thomas and others? These are all questions that will be explored in the new year. The series "Who, What, When, Why?"

The remaining Tuesday classes will be on Monday, Feb. 4 from 5:30-8pm at Trinity (pizza will be offered) and Tuesday, Feb. 12 from 6:30-8pm either at Trinity or at Fiddleheads in Cedarburg, and the remaining Wednesday classes will be on Feb. 6 and Feb. 13 from 9:30-11:30am at Trinity.

This series, facilitated by Tracy Dereszynski (MA Religious Studies, current M.Div candidate) is meant to be a broad overview of biblical history and how the current books that are in the Catholic and Protestant canons came to be. Please feel free to invite any other friends, family and neighbors who might be interested in learning more about the origins of biblical books -- all are welcome! For more information or to register, contact Tracy at Walk.Build.Proclaim13@gmail.com or 262-423-7550. There is a suggested donation of $30 for this series.

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Family Potluck, Feb. 10
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, and the next one will be Sunday, Feb. 10 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, 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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Youth Musical Meeting, Feb. 20
Come and learn about this year's youth musical, "The Easter Tree." On Wednesday, Feb. 20, youth in grades 5K through 5th grade will meet in the music room from 5-5:30pm, and then youth in confirmation class will use part of their class time in the youth room from 5:30-6pm to learn about the musical. Parents are welcome, too!

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Lenten Services and Meals, Wednesdays beginning March 6
Once again, Trinity will offer midweek Lenten meals for you and your family to enjoy prior to the Wednesday night worship service.

On Ash Wednesday, March 6, the meal will be served in the dining room starting at 5:30pm; worship will take place at 7pm in the church. The following Wednesday nights, the meal will be served from 5:30-6:30pm, with worship at 6:30pm in the dining room.

Please join us each Wednesday for a delicious meal, fellowship and worship. The meals are generously made by different groups of the church, and free-will donations would be appreciated. The menus for the Lenten dinners are:

  • March 6: (Ash Wednesday): Time & Talents for Children will serve soup
  • March 13: Ruth Circle will serve chili
  • March 20: Softball team will serve pasta
  • March 27: Ushers will serve BBQ
  • April 3: Congregational potluck (sign-up sheets will be at the preceding dinners)
  • April 10: Chapel Choir will serve hamburgers and hot dogs

The theme of the 6:30pm Wednesday services in the dining room is "Perfect Love Casts Out Fear."

All are welcome!

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Blood Drive, May 18
Trinity is hosting a blood drive on Saturday, May 18 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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