Are you interested in helping to lead Trinity into the future through participation on the Board of Lay Leaders or the Endowment Committee? Consider submitting your name to the Nominating Committee. Elections will be held later this fall at the November 12, 2023 Congregation Meeting.
If you are interested or would like to learn more, please contact:
Deb Yahr (414-331-3875) or Josh Hunholz (954-254-0333)
Have you tuned in yet? Our mission is to foster spiritual vibrancy in every household, and we’re especially keen on providing support and guidance to those who take on the role of spiritual leaders within their homes. The journey has already begun, and we’ve been releasing two episodes per week, each running approximately 25-30 minutes.
If you haven’t had the chance to listen yet, you can catch us on Spotify, iHeart, Amazon Music, or Apple Podcasts. Just search for the “Grow in His Word” podcast. And for those who’ve already joined us, thank you for your support!
Don’t forget to visit our website to access the podcast and sign up for reminder emails. Let’s continue growing in His Word together!
Trinity’s Adopt-A-Roadway roadside clean up continues on SATURDAY, OCTOBER 7TH, from 8:30 to 10:30 a.m. Trinity is responsible to maintain the cleanliness of Freistadt Road between Farmdale and Wasaukee Roads, and Granville Road between Highland and Mequon Roads.
Participants can be as young as 11, but anyone under 16 years old must be accompanied by a parent. We can have a maximum of 20 people participate, so if you would like to be included, please register by signing up in the Gathering Room or register online. This is a fun and simple way to serve our community, enjoy the beautiful autumn weather, and get to know your fellow members of Trinity better.
Call, text, or email Rick Adams (email@example.com, 414-801-6690) if you have any questions.
Although this passage from Ecclesiastes 4 is well-known among Christian couples, the profound delight, fortitude, and happiness of truly intertwining God within a marriage often remains undiscovered. We invite you to join us in the picturesque setting of Door County, where we will contemplate passages from 1 John, Ecclesiastes, and Song of Songs. These passages beckon us to be enveloped by the love of God as we both express and receive love within the sacred bond of marriage.
Participation in this event is free of charge, but we kindly request that couples RSVP online to confirm your attendance. Please note that couples are responsible for booking their accommodations for two nights at the Scandinavian Lodge in Sister Bay, WI, as well as covering the cost of lunches and dinners during the retreat. To secure the special group rate, please make your reservations by calling 1-888-645-6345 and mention that you are part of the Trinity Married Couples Retreat. Be sure to do this before October 3rd.
RightNow Media is an online streaming service of more than 20,000 video-based Bible studies with downloadable pdf study guides. It also contains content you can use at home or in your classroom – stuff for all ages. Trinity subscribes to this service, and the best part of that is – through our subscription, you and your family can access this material 100% free of charge. If you use the link below, you can create your own account under Trinity’s name. You’ll have to provide an email address, and create a password, but that’s it. https://app.rightnowmedia.org/join/tlfreistadt If you have any questions, please contact Rick Adams, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Food barrel collections go exclusively to the food pantry at Bethany Lutheran Church. Any donations are welcomed, but specific items will be suggested each month.Whatever you did for one of the least of these brothers and sisters of mine, you did for me. Matthew 25:40
Despite the rain this week, some foundation work was completed. The construction fence was moved in the south parking lot eliminating some parking spaces, but additional parking was opened at the west end of this lot. Additional fencing was installed around the white house in anticipation of the demolition and excavation work.
Here’s what to expect in the coming weeks:
Asphalt patching will be completed in the south lot and west lot on 9/29.
Asbestos removal in white house scheduled for Monday, 10/4
The white house may be demolished sometime next week.
Construction continues on the new maintenance building.
SAFETY : Please stay away from construction areas at all times.
When the early morning fire on August 28 destroyed the Mueller Shed at our Historical Site, it also destroyed the main electrical power box for all of the buildings. Therefore, the main line in from the road and the connections need to be redone. (It is still unknown if all of the lines need to be redone as well.)
Because this need was obviously unanticipated, the Historical Society is having a fundraiser after services on October 7-8. Donations of cash, check or debit card would be appreciated. If you wish to use a check, please make it out to “Trinity Historical Society”. The group will have a card reader available in the Gathering Room. A small silent auction, including quilts, will be available for bids as well. If you wish to donate at a different time, please put it in an envelope and mark it for the group. All donations will be used for the improvement of our historical treasure! Thank you!
Don’t forget to RSVP to secure your spot! While admission is free, we kindly suggest a $5.00 per ticket donation to support our talented cast and crew. Join us for an evening of laughter, inspiration, and heartwarming storytelling. You won’t want to miss this!
There are three parts to this grant. This first is for further repairs and updates to Refuge House. Although we have been making many updates to Refuge House, there are still many things that are needed, such as extensive garage repairs, playground equipment, new entrance doors, and upgrades to the security system. The second part of the grant is for our advocacy ministry. Even though Refuge House has been closed for repairs and a reorganization of the staffing, we have continued to work with women from the community, who are in crisis situations. These funds will help us to broaden our outreach to the community. Finally, when women leave Refuge House, they often need help with a rent deposit and other necessary items. A fund will be established to help the moms with some of the expenses that they will incur when making that transition.
These projects are over and above our budgeted expenses. Any support that that you can give to help us reach these moms and babies in need is very appreciated. You can send your gift to either Benediction Lutheran Church, 8475 W. Fond du Lac Ave., Milwaukee, WI 53225 or to APOR, P.O. Box 240695, Milwaukee, WI 53224. Please mark “Million Dollar Match” on your gift.
Attention parents, grandparents, uncles, and aunts – contact us to put money on account to give all or a portion of summer camp tuition as a gift for the special camper(s) in your life! Camp dates can be worked out after the gift is given.
262-242-2045 10729 W Freistadt Rd. Mequon, WI 53097 email@example.com
Office Hours | 8:00 am – 4:00 pm
If you have information or news pertaining to Trinity’s ministries, please submit those articles to firstname.lastname@example.org or call the office at 262-242-2045. Please submit information by Wednesday evening.