As we witness the rapid decline of culture, values, and excellence in education, Trinity Lutheran School is elevating a Gospel-first approach in our community. Trinity is committed to excellence, providing families with hope through an unwavering hold on traditional, Biblical values. We are shaping students (and their families) to meet the challenges of an ever-changing world; and we will never stray from our commitment to our faith, our values, and our families. 


Our Campaign

Trinity → FORWARD, the capital campaign for Trinity Lutheran School is all about serving our community – our families and our children – in the name of Jesus, building on over 180 years of history. In just three years, Trinity has become a leader in Christian education with a relentless pursuit of excellence, and an unwavering dedication to our core values, first and foremost of which is Christ-Centered.

Spaces To Grow With Our Greater-Milwaukee Community

Parents are seeking Trinity at an unprecedented rate. In the 2021-2022 school year, Trinity’s student body was composed of students from 33 different zip codes across south-eastern Wisconsin. We believe this is due in large part to Trinity’s values and beliefs; they have not changed in 180 years and will not change for the next 180. Through careful examination of our current campus footprint and our enrollment trajectory, the path forward is clear: Trinity needs to provide more spaces for our children, our families, and our employees.

Our campus has stood here since 1839; the time has come to expand our footprint, grow the kingdom, and set the stage for the next 180 years of our history. If we don’t act now, our school will be completely out of room.

Since 1839, Trinity has stood for freedom, independence, and most importantly, the Gospel of Jesus. Seeking a place to practice their religion freely, our German ancestors founded Trinity Freistadt (“free-city”). We stand together ready to be that free city once again, and our community is all in; the time to act is now. You can help move Christian education forward. Together, you can commit to standing firm in the Gospel-centered values shared by countless families across our area and move our community forward. Together, we can live out our church’s founding motto from 1839, “Built On The Rock,” as we stand together moving

Trinity → FORWARD.

We had a vision to strategically fill our classrooms with students of all backgrounds and abilities. After all, a strong, Christian education is for all of God’s children! In the early spring of 2018, funds were secured to reach our community and grow our brand. Our staff and community bought into a vision of the future that saw a growing school in a growing community. Finally, we invested in our staff with professional development, bold hiring, and strategic movements that shifted the focus into the most student-centric approach possible.

Three academic years later, Trinity has grown 120%, bursting at the seams and using every square inch of our campus to welcome students into classrooms. By 2020, Trinity was already recognized by the Ozaukee News-Graphic as one of the fastest-growing schools in the area. Later that year, Trinity was awarded the Vanguard Award and Principal Leadership Award for their work in the community. Today, school leadership is presenting at conferences around the state and country, sharing our story. Yet, of all our data, our most important feature is that every Friday, our student body gathers for closing assembly, recognizing one another for living out core values, celebrating our accomplishments, and declaring with one voice their identity, “I am a child of God, loved and saved by Jesus.

Trinity Forward Capital Campaign #’s | May 2024
Total Donations Received $2,336,172.80
Balance in the Bank
*Balance includes dividends & earnings on deposits
$377,683.85*
Expenses Draws (Capital Campaign Expenses Paid) $627,112.24
Construction Draws (8) $4,526,246.29
LCEF Construction Loan Balance $3,661,946.29
Gifts Received Record (May 2024) $12,297.43 (63 Gifts)
Pledged to Date $2,871,950.00

as of 6/13/24

News

Recent updates on the campus framework and its development.

Phase 1 Expansion Update 

The parking lot work was completed – asphalt, striping, and concrete car bumper stops along the fence line.  So, no more parking lot closures!  The exterior walk-through on Wednesday resulted in an exterior punch list.  We are expecting the landscapers to return early next week for final touch-ups and adjustments.  Their tasks will include repair work on the east side of Granville Road, which will become a no parking zone for an extended period of time.

Here’s what to expect in the coming weeks:

  • Blind installation
  • Door security completion
  • Appliance installation
  • Landscape completion
  • Catalyst trailer removed from site 6/21
  • IT installations
  • Interior punch list completion
  • Exterior punch list completion
  • Final cleaning
  • Interior signs
  • Exterior sign
  • Low voltage, security, electrical work
  • SAFETY: Please stay away from construction areas at all times.

ENJOY THE GREAT OUTDOORS WHILE SERVING OUR LORD!

We are looking for volunteers to help with the weekly watering of all of our new plantings.  Watering can be scheduled around your schedule.   Please prayerfully consider helping us be good stewards of God’s blessings.  We really need volunteers to step up, as our paid staff is lean and will need every available hour to prepare the buildings for the new school year.  Contact Cindy Mollwitz. Thank you for your consideration.

6/14/24 (Weekly Church Bulletin, Expansion Webpage)

Phase 1 Expansion Update – Where’s the asphalt?

We were excited at 6:30 a.m. on Wednesday when the asphalt trucks pulled up ready to take care of our parking lot!  We were not so excited when the rain began and they pulled out – taking all of their equipment with them.  Shortly afterward, the sun came out and the rest of the day was beautiful and sunny.  The good news…our new plantings continue to be watered by the rain.  THANK YOU GOD!  The parking lot fence was installed and the playground bounce test for safety was conducted – waiting for the results.  Shelving installation is complete and door security is nearing completion. Crews continue to work on finishing up installations and addressing punch list items.

ATTENTION: ASPHALT WORK BEGINS ON MONDAY, JUNE 10 – WEATHER PERMITTING

If asphalt work begins on Monday, the upper and lower lots will not be available for parking the entire week. There will be an area coned off to allow for childcare drop-off/pick-up. 

Here’s what to expect in the coming weeks:

  • Blind installation
  • Appliance installation
  • Landscape completion
  • Final electrical inspection
  • Interior punch list completion
  • Exterior walk-through / punch list
  • Low voltage, security, electrical work
  • SAFETY: Please stay away from construction areas at all times.

ENJOY THE GREAT OUTDOORS WHILE SERVING OUR LORD!

We are looking for volunteers to help with the weekly watering of all of our new plantings.  Watering can be scheduled around your schedule.   Please prayerfully consider helping us be good stewards of God’s blessings.  We really need volunteers to step up, as our paid staff is lean and will need every available hour to prepare the buildings for the new school year.  Contact Cindy Mollwitz. Thank you for your consideration.

6/7/24 (Weekly Church Bulletin, Expansion Webpage)

Phase 1 Expansion Update

Crews continue to work on finishing up installations and addressing punch list items.  The frequent rain has been a blessing – new plantings and grass are getting off to a good start.  However, rain continues to push back our final asphalt dates.

ATTENTION: DATE CHANGE FOR FINAL ASPHALT WORK

New Dates: Wednesday, June 5 and Thursday, June 6 – weather permitting

No parking allowed in the upper or lower parking lot. There will be an area coned off to allow for childcare drop-off/pick-up. Final layer of asphalt will be put down.  Striping to follow – date TBD.

Parking on the east side of Granville Road will be blocked off in the near future, for an extended period of time, so we can prep/seed our neighbors’ grassy areas next to the road that have been damaged.

Here’s what to expect in the coming weeks:

  • Shelving installation

  • Blind installation

  • Landscape completion

  • Interior punch list completion

  • Exterior walk-through / punch list

  • Low voltage, security, electrical work

  • SAFETY: Please stay away from construction areas at all times.

5/30/24 (Weekly Church Bulletin, Expansion Webpage)

Phase 1 Expansion Update

Safety film was installed on the interior of all of the windows. Door security installation is underway. Crews continue to work on finishing up installations and addressing punch list items. The asphalt patching in the upper south and the west parking lot was completed.

ATTENTION: DATE CHANGE FOR FINAL ASPHALT WORK

New Dates: Monday, June 3 and Tuesday, June 4 – weather permitting

No parking allowed in the upper or lower parking lot. There will be an area coned off to allow for childcare drop-off/pick-up. Final layer of asphalt will be put down. Striping to follow – date TBD.

Parking on the east side of Granville Road will be blocked off in the near future, for an extended period of time, so we can prep/seed our neighbors’ grassy areas next to the road that have been damaged.

Here’s what to expect in the coming weeks:

  • Shelving installation
  • Landscape completion
  • Interior punch list completion
  • Exterior walk-through / punch list
  • Low voltage, security, electrical work
  • SAFETY: Please stay away from construction areas at all times.

5/24/24 (Weekly Church Bulletin, Expansion Webpage)

Phase 1 Expansion Update

Interior work is nearing completion. Protective wall covering was installed in the large motor room, marker boards were installed in several classrooms, and shelving installation is almost done. We passed the fire inspection this week and the project team completed an interior walk-through generating a punch list for touch-ups and repairs. Landscape crews continue their work.

ATTENTION: DATE CHANGES FOR FINAL ASPHALT WORK

Tuesday, May 21st and Wednesday, May 22nd – weather permitting

No parking allowed in the upper south parking lot: Work in the upper parking lot will include filling in the open trenches and paving extra parking spaces at the far west end of the lot. There will be an area coned off to allow for childcare drop-off/pick-up. Additionally, the drive at the church entrance will be widened, as will the drive into the west playground/current drop-off & pick-off zone. A couple of small areas on the west side of the building will also be paved.

Thursday, May 30th and Friday. May 31st – weather permitting

No parking allowed in the upper or lower parking lot. There will be an area coned off to allow for childcare drop-off/pick-up. Final layer of asphalt will be put down. Striping to follow – date TBD.

Parking on the east side of Granville Road will be blocked off in the near future, for an extended period of time, so we can prep/seed our neighbors’ grassy areas next to the road that have been damaged.

Here’s what to expect in the coming weeks:

  • Shelving installation
  • Landscape completion
  • Interior punch list completion
  • Exterior walk-through / punch list
  • Low voltage, security, electrical work
  • SAFETY: Please stay away from construction areas at all times.

5/17/24 (Weekly Church Bulletin, Expansion Webpage)

Phase 1 Expansion Update

The rubber playground surface for childcare was installed on the south side of the building this week.  Tack strips for student artwork were installed in the main hallway. Classroom shelving and casework installation continues, along with final painting.

The final asphalt layer for the parking lot is scheduled for May 20-21, weather permitting. The parking lot cannot be used for 3-4 days.  

Parking on the east side of Granville Road will be blocked off in the near future, for an extended period of time, so we can prep/seed our neighbors’ grassy areas next to the road that have been damaged.

Here’s what to expect in the coming weeks:

  • Shelving installation
  • Marker board installation
  • Low voltage, security, electrical work
  • SAFETY: Please stay away from construction areas at all times.

5/12/24 (Weekly Church Bulletin, Expansion Webpage)

Phase 1 Expansion Update

Ornamental grasses, bushes, perennials, and trees are being planted this week. Casework installation continues and final painting is underway. Interior work is a bit behind schedule, causing a delay in our planned cleaning of the expansion. Stay tuned for a new date to help with the final cleaning.

The final asphalt layer for the parking lot is scheduled for May 20-21, weather permitting. The parking lot cannot be used for 3-4 days.

Parking on the east side of Granville Road will be blocked off in the near future, for an extended period of time, so we can prep/seed our neighbors’ grassy areas next to the road that have been damaged.

  • Here’s what to expect in the coming weeks:
  • Rubber playground surface for childcare – May 6
  • Shelving installation
  • Marker board installation
  • Low voltage, security, electrical work
  • SAFETY: Please stay away from construction areas at all times.

5/5/24 (Weekly Church Bulletin, Expansion Webpage)

Phase 1 Expansion Update

Electrical service to the expansion was successfully completed last Friday.  Interior work continues with door and casework installation.  Grading is underway to prepare for planting areas that will begin to go in toward the end of the month. The main driveway and lower parking lot will be closed during the week, until that work is completed.

Opportunity to Serve:

As mentioned previously, Trinity committed to cleaning the expansion to save on costs.  Our 2nd opportunity to clean is on Friday, May 3 and Saturday, May 4 (8am-5pm).   We are looking for volunteers to help with the cleaning. Any number of hours is helpful.  Please contact Cindy Mollwitz cmollwitz@trinityfreistadt.com if you can help.

We will be responsible for the final cleaning – which will take place around June 1

Here’s what to expect in the coming weeks:

  • Landscaping
  • Rubber playground surface
  • Bathroom accessories
  • Shelving installation
  • Marker board installation
  • Interior door installation
  • Well work & water turn-up
  • Final asphalt layer on parking lot – May 20-21
  • Low voltage & electrical work
  • Final painting
  • SAFETY: Please stay away from construction areas at all times.

4/28/24 (Weekly Church Bulletin, Expansion Webpage)

Phase 1 Expansion Update

Attention: Upcoming Traffic Flow & Parking Changes

WE Energies will complete their installation by Friday, 4/19.  Parking will be available on both sides of Granville Road beginning Saturday, 4/20.  Starting on Monday, 4/22,  the main driveway and lower parking lot will be closed during the work week to allow for landscaping work/vehicles.  Parking will be available in the south lot, but the stairway to the lower lot will be blocked off. Please walk along Granville Road to the main entrance.

The most visible progress this week is the fence installation around the childcare playground area, on the south side of the building.  Looks great!  The playground will have a rubber play surface – installation date pending.  

Here’s what to expect in the coming weeks:

  • Casework installation 
  • Bathroom accessories
  • Marker board installation
  • Interior door installation
  • Well work & water turn-up
  • Final asphalt layer on parking lot – May 20-21
  • Low voltage & electrical work
  • Final painting
  • SAFETY: Please stay away from construction areas at all times.

4/21/24 (Weekly Church Bulletin, Expansion Webpage)

Phase 1 Expansion Update

WE Energies continues to work on bringing electrical service to the building. Parking on Granville Road will be impacted for longer than expected.  The above ceiling inspection went well last Friday and the remaining ceiling tiles were placed.  We received the first shipment of casework and cabinetry was installed in 4 classrooms.

Here’s what to expect in the coming weeks:

  • Casework installation
  • Bathroom accessories
  • Marker board installation
  • Interior door installation
  • Well work & water turn-up
  • Low voltage & electrical work
  • Final painting
  • SAFETY: Please stay away from construction areas at all times

Building Tour

Doug Ernst will lead a preview tour of Trinity’s new wing on Sunday morning, 4/14. Meet Doug where the new and old building connect, just past the office (up the stairs from the gym). The first tour will “leave” after the early service has finished, but Doug will be available for the full time between services to walk people through the building and answer questions.

4/12/24 (Weekly Church Bulletin, Expansion Webpage)

Phase 1 Expansion Update

Weather is finally cooperating and electrical work is underway.  Parking on Granville Road will continue to be impacted until that work is completed.   Flooring in the expansion will be completed this week and there is an above ceiling inspection scheduled for April 5.  The ceiling will be completed upon successful inspection.  Vestibule doors were installed at the main entrance.

Here’s what to expect in the coming weeks:

  • Casework installation – 1st shipment of cabinetry expected 4/10
  • Bathroom accessories
  • Low voltage & electrical work
  • Final painting
  • SAFETY: Please stay away from construction areas at all times.

Building Tour

Doug Ernst will lead a preview tour of Trinity’s new wing on Sunday morning, 4/14. Meet Doug where the new and old building connect, just past the office (up the stairs from the gym). The first tour will “leave” after the early service has finished, but Doug will be available for the full time between services to walk people through the building and answer questions.

Phase 1 Expansion Update

Due to the weather, electrical work that was planned for completion during Spring Break, March 25-29, will be rescheduled to a future date. We will communicate these dates and minor adjustments that will need to be made when they are known. When this takes place, there will be no parking on Granville Road in front of our property, as We Energies will be bringing electrical service to the expansion.

The front section of concrete was removed at the school entrance and new concrete was poured to transition to the future sidewalk that will run to the main entrance of the expansion.

Here’s what to expect in the coming weeks:

Ceiling tile installation, Casework – 2nd week of April, Exterior concrete work, Electrical and low voltage work, Flooring, Casework, Final painting, Final grading between the buildings, The main driveway and parking will continue to be available every weekend. SAFETY: Please stay away from construction areas at all times.

Building Tour

Doug Ernst will lead a preview tour of Trinity’s new wing on Sunday morning, 4/14. Meet Doug where the new and old building connect, just past the office (up the stairs from the gym). The first tour will “leave” after the early service has finished, but Doug will be available for the full time between services to walk people through the building and answer questions.

3/31/24 (Weekly Church Bulletin, Expansion Webpage)

Phase 1 Expansion Update: Interior Work Is Moving Quickly!

Ceiling grids are installed in all of the classrooms, revealing high ceilings and a spacious feel.  Corridor grids will be completed next week.  Tile work in the bathrooms is expected to be completed this week, followed by toilet installation next week.  Rock was removed from the area between the buildings and rough grading completed.  The transformer pad is being poured in anticipation of the electrical work next week.

Spring Break Week: Electrical & Concrete Work March 25-29

No Parking on Granville Road: We Energies will begin bringing electrical service to the expansion. There will be no parking on Granville Road in front of our property during this time.  Do not plan on parking on Granville Road for Maundy Thursday or Good Friday noon service.

Main School Entrance Closed (Weather Dependent): The front section of concrete will be removed at the school entrance and new concrete poured to transition to the future sidewalk that will run to the main entrance of the expansion.  The south entrance to the church, leading to the gathering room, will not be affected.  The current weather forecast includes rain early next week which would impact the timing of the concrete work.   

Here’s what to expect in the coming weeks: 

  • Ceiling tile installation
  • Casework – 2nd week of April
  • Exterior concrete work
  • Electrical and low voltage work
  • Flooring
  • Casework
  • Final painting
  • Final grading between the buildings
  • The main driveway and parking will continue to be available every weekend.
  • SAFETY: Please stay away from construction areas at all times.

3/24/24 (Weekly Church Bulletin, Expansion Webpage)

Phase 1 Expansion Update: Work to be aware of March 25-29

Spring Break Week: March 25-29

No Parking on Granville Road: We Energies will begin bringing electrical service to the expansion. There will be no parking on Granville Road in front of our property during this time.  Do not plan on parking on Granville Road for Maundy Thursday or Good Friday noon service.

Main School Entrance Closed: The front section of concrete will be removed at the school entrance and new concrete poured to transition to the future sidewalk that will run to the main entrance of the expansion.  The south entrance to the church, leading to the gathering room, will not be affected.  Weather permitting, the school entrance may be open as early as Thursday. 

Here’s what to expect in the coming weeks: 

  • Ceiling grid & tile installation
  • Ceramic tile
  • Exterior concrete work
  • Electrical and low voltage work
  • Flooring
  • Casework
  • Final painting
  • Rock removal/grading between the buildings
  • The main driveway and parking will continue to be available every weekend.
  • SAFETY: Please stay away from construction areas at all times.

3/17/24 (Weekly Church Bulletin, Expansion Webpage)

Phase 1 Expansion Update: Changing the look of rooms with paint color!

Walls are primed and ready for paint!  Painting of walls and door frames is underway, with the final coat in some areas expected after the casework is installed. Next week, ceramic tile installation will begin in the bathrooms and the ceiling grids will be placed.  Some exterior work is being finished including caulking and the front fascia at the main entrance.  We Energies will begin bringing service to the expansion during the week of March 25-29 (school spring break)  There will be no parking on Granville Road in front of our property during this time.

Here’s what to expect in the coming weeks: 

  • Electrical and low voltage work
  • Interior painting
  • Ceiling grids
  • Ceramic install
  • Flooring
  • Casework
  • Rock removal/grading between the buildings
  • The main driveway and parking will continue to be available every weekend.
  • SAFETY: Please stay away from construction areas at all times.

3/10/24 (Weekly Church Bulletin, Expansion Webpage)

Phase 1 Expansion Update: More interior progress… 

Crews are finishing up priming the drywall and paint will follow.  The temporary barrier between the existing and new building will stay in place until painting is complete.  HVAC is installed.

Here’s what to expect in the coming weeks: 

  • Electrical and low voltage work
  • Interior painting
  • Ceiling grids
  • Ceramic install
  • Flooring
  • Casework
  • The main driveway and parking will continue to be available every weekend.
  • SAFETY: Please stay away from construction areas at all times.

Opportunities to serve during construction:

Our first site cleaning opportunity is on Saturday, March 9 beginning at 10am.  Duration will depend upon the number of volunteers. To date, 3 people have volunteered.  We need more!

Calling carpenters!  We can save significant costs by installing the cubbies called for in many areas of the expansion.  A mix of seasoned carpenters and willing helpers would be ideal.  Timing TBD.

Please contact  Cindy Mollwitz, cmollwitz@trinityfreistadt.com if you can help.

3/3/24 (Weekly Church Bulletin, Expansion Webpage)

Phase 1 Expansion Update: A burst of activity!

The jobsite is buzzing as a variety of trades are working on the interior and exterior of the building.  The masons completed their work and are packing up.  Their beautiful brickwork will be washed between 2/23-2/26.  Siding, windows, and sheetrock is installed.  Tapers will finish their work by the end of this weekend, in anticipation of spraying drywall on Monday.  To ensure safety, there will be a temporary barrier placed between the existing and new building during the time the drywall is sprayed and painted.  There will be no access through this passageway for about 2 weeks.  

Here’s what to expect in the coming weeks: 

  • Electrical and low voltage work
  • Interior priming & painting
  • Ceiling grids
  • Ceramic install
  • Flooring
  • Casework
  • The main driveway and parking will continue to be available every weekend.
  • SAFETY: Please stay away from construction areas at all times.

Opportunities to serve during construction:

Our first site cleaning opportunity is on Saturday, March 9 beginning at 10am.  Duration will depend upon the number of volunteers. To date, 3 people have volunteered.  We need more!

Calling carpenters!  We can save significant costs by installing the cubbies called for in many areas of the expansion.  A mix of seasoned carpenters and willing helpers would be ideal.  Timing TBD.

Please contact  Cindy Mollwitz, cmollwitz@trinityfreistadt.com if you can help.

2/25/24 (Weekly Church Bulletin, Expansion Webpage)

Phase 1 Expansion Update: The interior is taking shape

The interior is really coming together as drywall and window installation continues. The natural light is amazing in all of the rooms. Classroom and cubby spaces are now clearly defined, right down to the changing stations in the childcare rooms. Interior work is also taking place in the maintenance building as crews frame an interior workroom and complete electrical work. Exterior progress continues with final touches on brick and masonry work and siding installation.     

Here’s what to expect in the coming weeks: 

  • Siding install
  • Drywall 
  • Electrical work in the maintenance & school building
  • Window installation
  • Interior painting 
  • The main driveway and parking will continue to be available every weekend.
  • SAFETY: Please stay away from construction areas at all times.Opportunities to serve during construction!

Opportunities to serve during construction:

We could reduce construction related costs by approximately $25K by using our gifts to support the expansion project.  If you can help, please contact Cindy Mollwitz  

cmollwitz@trinityfreistadt.com

  • Carpentry work
  • Landscaping/mulching
  • Painting
  • Hanging window treatments, shelving, and whiteboards

2/17/24 (Weekly Church Bulletin, Expansion Webpage)

Phase 1 Expansion Update: It’s beginning to look like the renderings!

There’s been a lot of progress made on the exterior of the building this week. Brick and split face installation will be completed on the south side of the building – as will the exterior insulation and siding on the north side. Praise God for the favorable weather!  Time capsules (1956 & 2024) will be placed in the next few days.  Thank you to Elroy Klug for making the new capsule and to Terry Schoessow and our office staff for gathering the contents.

Here’s what to expect in the coming weeks: 

  • Complete masonry brick and split face install
  • Complete siding install
  • Drywall 
  • Electrical work in the maintenance & school building
  • Window installation begins next week
  • Interior painting – end of February
  • The main driveway and parking will continue to be available every weekend.
  • SAFETY: Please stay away from construction areas at all times.Opportunities to serve during construction!

Opportunities to serve during construction:

We could reduce construction related costs by approximately $25K by using our gifts to support the expansion project.  If you can help, please contact Cindy Mollwitz  cmollwitz@trinityfreistadt.com

  • Carpentry work
  • Landscaping/mulching
  • Painting
  • Hanging window treatments, shelving, and whiteboards

2/11/24 (Weekly Church Bulletin, Expansion Webpage)

Phase 1 Expansion Update: Drywall is going up!

Drywall delivery and installation are underway.  Brickwork is completed on the north side of the building and they are now working on the south side.  Roof top units (heat/AC) have been installed.  Electrical work began in the maintenance building this week.

Here’s what to expect in the coming weeks: 

  • Drywall installation – finish in 3 weeks
  • Masonry brick and split face install
  • Z strip & exterior insulation-next week
  • Interior painting
  • The main driveway and parking will continue to be available every weekend.
  • SAFETY: Please stay away from construction areas at all times.Opportunities to serve during construction!

Opportunities to serve during construction:

We could reduce construction related costs by approximately $25K by using our gifts to support the expansion project.  If you can help, please contact Cindy Mollwitz  

cmollwitz@trinityfreistadt.com

  • Carpentry work
  • Landscaping/mulching
  • Painting
  • Hanging window treatments, shelving, and whiteboards

2/4/24 (Weekly Church Bulletin, Expansion Webpage)

Phase 1 Expansion Update: Outside work resumed… 

Brick work resumed on the exterior of the building.  We passed the rough-in inspection, and they will finish up insulating the interior walls early next week.  Drywall will begin next week.

Here’s what to expect in the coming weeks: 

  • Masonry brick and split face install
  • Z strip & exterior insulation
  • Install roof top units (heat/AC)
  • The main driveway and parking will continue to be available every weekend.
  • SAFETY: Please stay away from construction areas at all times.Opportunities to serve during construction!

Opportunities to serve during construction:

We could reduce construction related costs by approximately $25K by using our gifts to support the expansion project.  If you can help, please contact Cindy Mollwitz  

cmollwitz@trinityfreistadt.com

  • Carpentry work
  • Landscaping/mulching
  • Painting
  • Hanging window treatments, shelving, and whiteboards

1/28/24 (Weekly Church Bulletin, Expansion Webpage)

Phase 1 Expansion Update: Brrr…It’s cold outside! 

Exterior work was suspended for the week due to cold weather.  Several trades are working indoors on rough-in work – the inspection is rescheduled for the end of next week.

Here’s what to expect in the coming weeks: 

  • Masonry brick and split face install
  • Z strip & exterior insulation
  • Insulate interior walls
  • Prerock and upper insulation
  • Install roof top units (heat/AC)
  • The main driveway and parking will continue to be available every weekend.
  • SAFETY: Please stay away from construction areas at all times.

Opportunities to serve during construction!

Our first opportunity to serve will be in mid-February – prior to the drywall installation.  If you signed up to help with the periodic cleaning, we’ll be in contact soon.  If you haven’t signed up but would like to help, please contact Cindy Mollwitz cmollwitz@trinityfreistadt.com

We could reduce construction related costs by approximately $25K by using our gifts to support the expansion project.  How can you help?

  • Carpentry work
  • Landscaping/mulching
  • Painting
  • Hanging window treatments, shelving, and whiteboards.

1/21/24 (Weekly Church Bulletin, Expansion Webpage)

Phase 1 Expansion Update: Getting closer to drywall… 

Mechanical, electrical, and plumbing rough-ins are nearing completion as we anticipate an inspection at the end of next week. The brick exterior is being installed on the north side of the building.

Here’s what to expect in the coming weeks: 

  • Masonry brick and split face install
  • Z strip & exterior insulation
  • Insulate interior walls
  • Prerock and upper insulation
  • Install roof top units (heat/AC)
  • The main driveway and parking will continue to be available every weekend.
  • SAFETY: Please stay away from construction areas at all times.

Opportunities to serve during construction!

Our first opportunity to serve will be in mid-February – prior to the drywall installation.  If you signed up to help with the periodic cleaning, we’ll be in contact soon.  If you haven’t signed up but would like to help, please contact Cindy Mollwitz cmollwitz@trinityfreistadt.com

We could reduce construction related costs by approximately $25K by using our gifts to support the expansion project.  How can you help?

  • Carpentry work
  • Landscaping/mulching
  • Painting
  • Hanging window treatments, shelving, and whiteboards.

1/14/24 (Weekly Church Bulletin, Expansion Webpage)

Phase 1 Expansion Update: Excitement is in the air!

Tours of the building last weekend generated a lot of excitement.  We can now see and feel the space and more clearly visualize the ministry that will take place!  The roof is expected to be completed this week.  Rough-in work is moving along nicely and the light bases in the parking lot were completed.

Here’s what to expect in the coming weeks:

  • Main entrance canopy roof
  • Mechanical/electrical/plumbing rough-in
  • Masonry brick and split face install
  • Z strip & exterior insulation
  • Insulate interior walls
  • Prerock and upper insulation
  • Install roof top units (heat/AC)
  • The main driveway and parking will continue to be available every weekend.
  • SAFETY: Please stay away from construction areas at all times.

We could reduce construction-related costs by approximately $25K by using our gifts to support the expansion project.  How can you help?

  • Periodic cleaning of the new building during and at the end of construction, Carpentry work, Landscaping/mulching, Painting, Hanging window treatments, shelving, and whiteboards.

Please contact Cindy Mollwitz cmollwitz@trinityfreistadt.com if you would like to learn more.

1/7/24 (Weekly Church Bulletin, Expansion Webpage)


Expansion Update: Bring on the roof!

The exterior framing was completed, and crews are now working on the interior walls.  Roof trusses are being assembled and we expect them up soon.  Work in the parking lot will continue with the construction of the retaining wall and preparation for light poles.

 Here’s what to expect in the coming weeks:

  • Roof trusses installed
  • Waterproofing of entire structure
  • Fireproofing in basement
  • Ramp and stairway poured
  • Roof installation
  • The main driveway and additional parking will continue to be available every weekend.
  • SAFETY: Please stay away from construction areas at all times.

 

Opportunities to serve during construction!

We could reduce construction-related costs by approximately $25K by using our gifts to support the expansion project.  How can you help?

  • Periodic cleaning of the new building during and at the end of construction
  • Carpentry work
  • Landscaping/mulching
  • Painting
  • Tile work
  • Hanging window treatments, shelving, and whiteboards.

Please contact Cindy Mollwitz at cmollwitz@trinityfreistadt.com if you would like to learn more.

A printed visual guide of the expansion is available in the Gathering Room and here.

12/1/23 (Weekly Church Bulletin, Expansion Webpage)

Phase 1 Expansion Update: Buttoning up for winter!

This week, roof trusses were installed, and crews completed waterproofing and fireproofing.  The windows are taped, and temporary heaters are in place to set the stage for interior work. The ramp and exterior stairway are being poured at this writing.  Excavation crews are winterizing green spaces near the construction site and maintenance building.

Here’s what to expect in the coming weeks:

  • Parking lot retaining wall installation
  • Roof installation
  • The main driveway and additional parking will continue to be available every weekend.
  • SAFETY: Please stay away from construction areas at all times.

Opportunities to serve during construction!

We could reduce construction-related costs by approximately $25K by using our gifts to support the expansion project.  How can you help?

  • Periodic cleaning of the new building during and at the end of construction
  • Carpentry work
  • Landscaping/mulching
  • Painting
  • Tile work
  • Hanging window treatments, shelving, and whiteboards.

Please contact Cindy Mollwitz at cmollwitz@trinityfreistadt.com if you would like to learn more.

A printed visual guide of the expansion is available in the Gathering Room and here.

12/8/23 (Weekly Church Bulletin, Expansion Webpage)

Phase 1 Expansion Update: Praise God for favorable weather conditions!

Construction crews have enjoyed great weather conditions, and progress has been steady. A couple of things that were reported as completed last week were not. Weather proofing will be completed soon, with a new product color, and the exterior stairway will be poured. Noffke roofing trucks pulled up this week to begin roof installation. The retaining wall in the parking lot is nearing completion.

Here’s what to expect in the coming weeks:

  • Framing of the SE canopy over the main entrance
  • Cut asphalt in parking lot and backfill behind the retaining wall
  • Complete roof installation
  • Mechanical/electrical/plumbing to begin after Christmas
  • The main driveway and additional parking will continue to be available every weekend.
  • SAFETY: Please stay away from construction areas at all times.

Opportunities to serve during construction!

We could reduce construction-related costs by approximately $25K by using our gifts to support the expansion project.  How can you help?

  • Periodic cleaning of the new building during and at the end of construction
  • Carpentry work
  • Landscaping/mulching
  • Painting
  • Hanging window treatments, shelving, and whiteboards.

Please contact Cindy Mollwitz cmollwitz@trinityfreistadt.com if you would like to learn more.

12/17/23 (Weekly Church Bulletin, Expansion Webpage)

Phase 1 Expansion Update: Exterior work wrapping up – full speed ahead on the interior!

The retaining wall in the parking lot and the canopy framing at the main entrance were completed. The exterior stairway from the childcare play area was poured.  On the interior, framing is substantially complete – so we are now able to see and feel the new space.

Here’s what to expect in the coming weeks:

  • Complete waterproofing
  • HVAC and fire protection rough-in
  • Pour sidewalk from the retaining wall stairway
  • Complete roof installation
  • Mechanical/electrical/plumbing to begin after Christmas
  • The main driveway and parking will continue to be available every weekend.
  • SAFETY: Please stay away from construction areas at all times.

Preview our New Building!

Doug Ernst will lead a preview tour of Trinity’s new wing on Sunday morning, December 31st. Meet Doug where the new and old building connect, just past the office (up the stairs from the gym). The first tour will “leave” after the early service has finished, but Doug will be available for the full time between services to walk people through the building and answer questions.

Opportunities to serve during construction!

We could reduce construction-related costs by approximately $25K by using our gifts to support the expansion project.  How can you help?

  • Periodic cleaning of the new building during and at the end of construction, Carpentry work, Landscaping/mulching, Painting, Hanging window treatments, shelving, and whiteboards.

Please contact Cindy Mollwitz cmollwitz@trinityfreistadt.com if you would like to learn more.

12/24/23 (Weekly Church Bulletin, Expansion Webpage)

Phase 1 Expansion Update: Favorable weather conditions continue 

Exterior waterproofing was completed and the sidewalk leading from the retaining wall stairway was poured.  The water line from the well to the expansion was installed.  Roofing progress continues, along with HVAC and fire protection rough-in.

Here’s what to expect in the coming weeks: 

  • Complete roof installation
  • Mechanical/electrical/plumbing to begin soon
  • The main driveway and parking will continue to be available every weekend.
  • SAFETY: Please stay away from construction areas at all times.

Preview our New Building!

Doug Ernst will lead a preview tour of Trinity’s new wing on Sunday morning, December 31st. Meet Doug where the new and old building connect, just past the office (up the stairs from the gym). The first tour will “leave” after the early service has finished, but Doug will be available for the full time between services to walk people through the building and answer questions. 

Opportunities to serve during construction!

We could reduce construction-related costs by approximately $25K by using our gifts to support the expansion project.  How can you help?

Periodic cleaning of the new building during and at the end of construction, Carpentry work, Landscaping/mulching, Painting, Hanging window treatments, shelving, and whiteboards.

Please contact Cindy Mollwitz cmollwitz@trinityfreistadt.com if you would like to learn more.

12/31/23 (Weekly Church Bulletin, Expansion Webpage)

Phase 1 Expansion Update: Cold & snow didn’t stop progress…

This week, the floor of the lower level (housing mechanical rooms/storage) was poured, along with part of the main pad.  Workers continue to prep the upper pad in anticipation of pouring it next week Monday & Tuesday, weather permitting.  We anticipate that curbs and gutters will be in by this weekend.

Here’s what to expect in the coming weeks:

  • Finishing touches on new maintenance building
  • Framing begins next week
  • Asphalt will be laid in the parking lot the week of November 13
  • Roof framing and roofing begins mid November
  • SAFETY : Please stay away from construction areas at all times.

A printed visual guide of the expansion is available in the Gathering Room and here.

11/5/23 (Weekly Church Bulletin, Expansion Webpage)

Phase 1 Expansion Update: Getting closer to seeing the framework of the new building!

Curbs and gutters were installed, and crews are working on finishing the main pad. Our schedule has been impacted by rain, but progress continues at a steady pace. Temporary power was connected to the new building for construction purposes. Weather permitting, we’ll begin to see big changes next week!

Here’s what to expect in the coming weeks:

  • Framing may begin next week
  • Final grading of parking lot will take place at the end of next week
  • Asphalt will be laid in the parking lot the week of 11/20
  • Roof framing and roofing begins late November
  • Finishing touches on the maintenance building continue

A printed visual guide of the expansion is available in the Gathering Room and here.

11/12/23 (Weekly Church Bulletin, Expansion Webpage)

Phase 1 Expansion Update: A relatively quiet week… 

The main pad was finished this past weekend and crews are preparing for walls. The fine grading of the parking lot is nearing completion.

Here’s what to expect in the coming weeks:

  • Asphalt is expected to be laid on Monday, 11/20
  • Walls will arrive and framing begins
  • Finishing touches on the maintenance building continue

A printed visual guide of the expansion is available in the Gathering Room and here.

11/17/23 (Weekly Church Bulletin, Expansion Webpage)

Phase 1 Expansion Update: Walls are going up!

The binder coat of asphalt was laid this week. The top course will be completed in the spring.  We will open the main driveway and some new parking options during weekends only, beginning this weekend 11/25-11/26.  The driveway will be open to allow for drop-offs at the main school/church entrance. ADA parking spaces will be available, along with 2 sections of new parking spots. Please drive slowly as we adjust to new traffic flow/parking options and be aware that there are small transition lips between the old and new asphalt.  See the map for reference.

Here’s what to expect in the coming weeks:

  • Walls
  • Roofing
  • Finishing touches on the maintenance building continue
  • SAFETY: Please stay away from construction areas at all times.

A printed visual guide of the expansion is available in the Gathering Room and here.

11/26/23 (Weekly Church Bulletin, Expansion Webpage)

Phase 1 Expansion Update: Rainy Days=Delays

The rain resulted in some delays with footing and foundation work.  Crews are back on site trying to catch up.  Asphalt patching and asbestos removal (white house) was completed.  Demolition began on the white house on Thursday and is expected to be completed by mid-next week.  Grass seed was spread around the new detention basin and outdoor worship area, and the silt fence was removed.

Here’s what to expect in the coming weeks:

  • Construction continues on the new maintenance building
  • Precast concrete installed in mid October
  • Curbs & gutters completed in late October
  • Building framing begins early November
  • Roof framing and roofing begins mid November
  • SAFETY : Please stay away from construction areas at all times.

10/8/23 (Weekly Church Bulletin, Expansion Webpage)

Phase 1 Expansion Update:  Precision in Demolition 

Demolition of the white house and foundation were completed.  It was amazing to see the precision of the skilled workers and equipment.  Classes took turns watching the demolition and enjoyed guided tours through the construction site.  Thanks Mr. Ernst!  After the demolition of the house, excavation began in the area.  The new drive can easily be seen.  Building foundation work continues and will be completed soon.

Here’s what to expect in the coming weeks:

  • Construction continues on the new maintenance building
  • Precast concrete installed in mid October
  • Curbs & gutters completed in late October
  • Building framing begins early November
  • Roof framing and roofing begins mid November
  • SAFETY : Please stay away from construction areas at all times.

10/15/23 (Weekly Church Bulletin, Expansion Webpage)

Phase 1 Expansion Update: We’ll see a building structure soon…

By the end of this week, the maintenance building will be about 90% complete and we will have some temporary lighting in the south parking lot.  Precast concrete was delivered and is being installed.  Workers are marching toward the goal of getting the roof on the classroom expansion before Thanksgiving.

Here’s what to expect in the coming weeks:

  • Finishing touches on the new maintenance building
  • Curbs & gutters completed in late October
  • Foundation floor will be poured
  • Finish grading on the east drive, followed by asphalt in early November
  • Framing begins the week of November 6
  • Roofing begins mid November
  • SAFETY : Please stay away from construction areas at all times.

10/22/23 (Weekly Church Bulletin, Expansion Webpage)

Phase 1 Expansion Update

This week, crews worked in the rain to plumb out the lower level of the expansion and finish concrete prep.  Grading was completed and string lines can be seen around the parking lot in preparation for curbs and gutters. 

  • Here’s what to expect in the coming weeks:
  • Finishing touches on new maintenance building
  • Building foundation pad will be poured next week
  • Curbs & gutters completed the week of November 6
  • Framing begins the week of November 6
  • Asphalt will be laid in the parking lot the week of November 11
  • Roof framing and roofing begins mid November
  • SAFETY : Please stay away from construction areas at all times

10/29/23 (Weekly Church Bulletin, Expansion Webpage)

Phase 1 Expansion Update: Excavators, bulldozers, and lots of dirt!

Excavation crews are moving quickly and precisely. You can now see the detention basin (where the old baseball diamond was) and the start of the new drive off the Church Place entrance.  The white garage is coming down earlier than expected, perhaps as early as 9/1.

Here’s what to expect in the coming weeks:

  • Asbestos testing is scheduled for the white house at the beginning of September.  The demolition schedule is dependent upon findings.  Excavation will begin in that area, including the removal of the house’s septic holding tank that is located where new ADA parking spots will be located.  Work will also begin on the new driveway and parking spots located on the south portion of this lot.
  • The pad for the new maintenance shed will be poured next week.
  • Footings for the new school building will be installed around mid-September.
  • The trenched areas north of the childcare house, on the west side of the building, and on Church Place will be patched with asphalt on September 29, a day the school is closed.
  • SAFETY : Please stay away from construction areas at all times.

View Current Parking Map

9/3/23 (Weekly Church Bulletin, Expansion Webpage)

Phase 1 Expansion Update: The garage served us well over the years!

The white garage was demolished quickly on Tuesday. We are temporarily storing the equipment/items from the garage, in areas throughout the campus.  We eagerly anticipate the completion of the new maintenance building so that our equipment, tools, and supplies have a permanent home before the winter. Asbestos testing was completed in the white house and results are due back soon. Crews worked around scattered rain showers to finish pouring the pad for the new maintenance shed.  Finally, the classroom addition pad was filled and compacted.

Here’s what to expect in the coming weeks:

  • Footings for the new school building will be installed around mid-September.
  • The trenched areas north of the childcare house, on the west side of the building, and on Church Place will be patched with asphalt on September 29, a day the school is closed.
  • The maintenance building will be erected at the end of September/beginning of October.
  • SAFETY : Please stay away from construction areas at all times.

9/10/23 (Weekly Church Bulletin, Expansion Webpage)

Phase 1 Expansion Update:  A time of prayer & salvage at the white house

On Saturday 9/9, Pastor Carl led a time of prayer at the white house and then congregation members had the opportunity to salvage mechanicals, doors, radiators, etc.  The asbestos testing revealed that there is very little asbestos in the house which is great news from a budget standpoint. Excavation crews were sidelined a bit because of weather early this week but are back to work.

    Here’s what to expect in the coming weeks:

  • Footings for the new school building will be installed around mid-September.
  • Asbestos removal will be completed by the end of the September along with the gas and electric shut-off to the white house.
  • The trenched areas north of the childcare house, on the west side of the building, and on Church Place will be patched with asphalt on September 29, a day the school is closed.
  • The white house will be demolished near the end of September.
  • The maintenance building will be erected at the end of September/beginning of October.
  • SAFETY : Please stay away from construction areas at all times.

9/17/23 (Weekly Church Bulletin, Expansion Webpage)

Phase 1 Expansion Update: The landscape continues to change…

Excavation continues on schedule as crews complete the storm sewer hook-ups and prepare for the retaining wall, curbs, and gutters.  We will begin to see many cement trucks on campus as they pour the footings and foundation of the new building. A window was removed in the middle school wing to prepare for the construction of a firewall on the exterior of the existing building.

Here’s what to expect in the coming weeks:

  • Parking: Next week, the construction fence will move several feet in the south parking lot – as far as the ground asphalt line – to allow for work on the new parking area and drive.
  • Construction will begin on the new maintenance building on 9/26.  We expect construction to take approximately 4 weeks.
  • Next week, asbestos removal will be completed in the white house, along with utility shut down.
  • On Friday, 9/29, the trenched areas north of the childcare house and on the west side of the building will be patched with asphalt.
  • The white house will be demolished – likely the first week of October.
  • SAFETY : Please stay away from construction areas at all times.

9/24/23 (Weekly Church Bulletin, Expansion Webpage)

Phase 1 Expansion Update: Construction Begins Soon – Where Do I Park?

Tree removal is nearing completion and excavation work will begin within the next few weeks.  Here’s what to expect:

  • Silt & construction fencing will go up.
  • A culvert will be installed at Church Place & Freistadt Road.
  • The entrance off of Church Place will close until the end of construction.
  • Parking in the south lot will be limited to the area directly north of the childcare house.  From that lot, you will need to walk on Granville Road to the church & school entrances.
  • The existing school entrance will remain open with access by foot from Granville Road.
  • Parking remains open on Granville Road.  Reserving those spaces for the elderly or disabled is appreciated.
  • On weekends, parking will be available in the north parking lot.  Again, reserving those spaces for the elderly or disabled is appreciated.  Doors will be programmed to remain open around worship times.
  • For Sunday worship times, our neighbors at Korner Q’s and The Landmark have graciously offered the use of their parking lots.
  • Expect truck traffic on the grounds throughout the work week.

Please pick up a parking map when you leave worship today.

School parents will receive more detailed information with drop off & pick up instructions very soon.  Stay tuned!, 8/6/23 (Weekly Church Bulletin, Expansion Webpage)

Phase 1 Expansion Update: Excavation is underway!

This week tree removal was completed, some construction fencing was installed, and excavation work is in full swing – including in the area of the new maintenance building. You’ll notice a job trailer on site and lots of activity.  Here’s what to expect in the next few weeks:

  • Sunday outdoor service will continue (weather permitting), even with the fencing up and some parking limitations.
  • Next week, trench work will begin in the parking lot just north of the childcare house.
  • By Thursday, the driveway off of Granville Road to the school/church entrance doors will close to vehicle traffic.  The drive will be a walking path only.
  • As shared last week, the Church Place entrance will close soon, until the end of construction.
  • A culvert will be installed at Church Place & Freistadt Road.
  • Reminder: please check the parking instructions that were shared last weekend and online.  Reach out if you have questions.
  • SAFETY : Please stay away from construction areas at all times.

 8/13/23 (Weekly Church Bulletin, Expansion Webpage)

Phase 1 Expansion Update: Progress Continues!

This week more excavation work was completed, the main parking lot was pulverized,  and some culverts and storm bypasses were installed. You’ll also notice that the canopy used for outdoor worship supplies and July 4 information booth was removed.

  • The Church Place entrance is now closed to vehicles, but the main parking lot will remain open this weekend.  The lot is now compacted gravel and may be uneven in some places, so please use caution if you choose to park there.
  • The driveway off of Granville Road to the school/church entrance doors will close to vehicle traffic soon.  The drive will be a walking path only.
  • Preparations are underway for the new school drop-off / pick-up location at the west side of the building.
  • SAFETY : Please stay away from construction areas at all times.
  • View current Parking Map.

8/20/23 (Weekly Church Bulletin, Expansion Webpage)

Groundbreaking Ceremony flyer and program, 8/20/23

Phase 1 Expansion Update: Progress Continues (as of 8/21/23)

This week more excavation work was completed, the main parking lot was pulverized,  and some culverts and storm bypasses were installed. You’ll also notice that the canopy used for outdoor worship supplies and July 4 information booth was removed.

  • The Church Place and Granville entrance (driveway closest to the church) is now closed. There is a walking path from Granville Rd to the Main Office and Gathering Room Doors. The lot south of the white house and north of the current childcare is available for parking.
  • Preparations are underway for the new school drop-off / pick-up location at the west side of the building.
  • SAFETY : Please stay away from construction areas at all times.

View current Parking Map.

Hanney, Charley. “Main construction on major Trinity Lutheran addition underway in Mequon.” GMtoday.com, 8/22/23, https://www.gmtoday.com/news_graphic/business/main-construction-on-major-trinity-lutheran-addition-underway-in-mequon/article_425a8570-de0b-5dcc-b7c0-4f9cf76d35a1.html. Accessed 8/25/23.

Phase 1 Expansion Update: Dirt is Moving!

  • This week the underground work on the west side of the building and surface preparation for school drop-off & pick-up was completed in time for the first day of school.  Praise God!  The drive off of Granville Road to the office entrance, the main parking lot, and the Church Place entrance are now closed.  Here’s what to expect in the coming weeks:
  • Asbestos testing is scheduled for the white house/garage at the beginning of September.  The demolition schedule is dependent upon findings.
  • The pad for the new maintenance shed will be poured in the next week or so.
  • Trenched areas north of the childcare house and on the west side of the building will be patched with asphalt in the next couple of weeks.
  • You’ll start to see a large hole where the new school building will be located. Footings will be installed around mid-September.
  • Caution: Please park within the white lines on Granville Road – outside of lines may result in a ticket.
  • SAFETY : Please stay away from construction areas at all times.
  • View Current Parking Map

8/27/23 (Weekly Church Bulletin, Expansion Webpage)

  • We have officially confirmed with LCEF that any pre-paid or “sunk” costs that have been paid during this process are considered part of the cash down payment requirement. To date, we have paid out $536,196.38 in design and pre-engineering services. What this means is, we have exceeded the amount required by the congregation for a cash down payment. Assuming loan approval, we should be good to go for setting the start date and signing off on the loan commitment., 7/3/23 (Weekly Church Bulletin and Expansion Page)
  • Phase 1 Expansion Update: Work will begin soon! White House & Garage Demolition: As part of the approved expansion plan, the white house next to the church building, currently the Kagerbauer home, along with the garage, will be demolished. During the May 21 congregational meeting, we shared that they would likely remain standing until later in the project. Since that time, Catalyst has determined that the house and garage need to be removed at the front end of the work, due to the location of the house’s septic tank and water feed from the childcare house well. We are working with the Kagerbauer family in their relocation efforts. Site Work: Some site work will begin in the next couple of weeks, including some tree removal., 7/16/23 (Weekly Church Bulletin, Expansion Webpage)
  • Renderings, July 20, 2023
  • From the Principal’s Desk, July 19, 2022 (constant contact email to school families)
    • Site surveyors were on campus this week, one of the first pre-construction items to be checked off our list as we prepare to build.
    • Leaders from Trinity met with the City of Mequon to present initial plans and begin discussions about the upcoming build.
  • BLL voted to add four members to the ExCC team and approved the subcommittee structure/roles, June 14, 2022
  • Congregation Input Survey open for 10 days, June 6, 2022 (Google Form)
  • Faculty & Staff Expansion Listening/Feedback Session with ExCC, June 2, 2022 (in-person meeting, all faculty and staff invited)

The following were presented at the Informational Meeting on 4/3/22

  • Groth completes initial conceptual framework and artwork for campus expansion. Bids are requested from Moore, Seltzer-Ornst, and Catalyst for initial pricing.

Connect with Us

For inquiries about the campus expansion, please email the committee at expansion@trinityfreistadt.com.