In This Edition

  1. April 24th Expansion Town Hall Meeting
  2. Lutheran Junior Honor Association
  3. New Partnership Announcement: Schoolbelles
  4. Rebecca Kleefisch Event
  5. Introducing Stronger Families
April 24 Expansion Plan Town Hall:
Updates and Q&A Opportunity
This Sunday, April 24th, at 12pm, Trinity's Expansion and Communication Committee is hosting a community-wide Town Hall-style meeting to provide updates on our expansion plan and provide an extensive opportunity for questions and answers. Since this plan impacts so many in our community, we encourage everyone to attend! The Trinity community is anyone connected to our campus and our ministries: school families, childcare families, congregation members, etc. 

A project of this magnitude must be an "all in" project; meaning our goal is to unite our entire community behind the plan! Come with your questions, encouragement, support, and willingness to engage in this powerful moment that God has placed before us. If you have specific questions ahead of time please reach out to the committee directly at

To learn more about the building project, check out our expansion plan website by clicking the button below.
Trinity to Join
Lutheran Junior Honor Association
Beginning in the fall, Trinity will start a local chapter of the Lutheran Junior Honor Association (LJHA). The LJHA exists to give students opportunities to grow as leaders outside of their classes, to motivate students to go above and beyond in all they do, and to reinforce Christian values of servanthood and discipleship. For more information about the LJHA, click the logo above, or email our middle school assistant principal, Mrs. Tarr.
New School Uniform Partnership:
After listening to parents and community members, Trinity researched other uniform companies with the objective of low-cost options along with fantastic customer service. Our findings led us to a new partnership with Schoolbelles. Beginning this summer, Trinity will link a new online store with Schoolbelles that will feature nearly all of the same products parents are familiar with (plaid skirts, sweaters, etc.), but at a lower cost. For example, a current logo'd polo is $21.50; with Schoolbelles, a logo'd polo is $14.50. Because of the savings, all shirts and outerwear in our new store will feature the Trinity logo.

There are no other changes to our dress code at this time.
Gubernatorial Candidate at Trinity:
Rebecca Kleefisch to Host Town Hall
Trinity is honored to welcome gubernatorial candidate, Rebecca Kleefisch, as she hosts a parent-centered town hall event on Monday, April 24th from 6pm to 8pm in the gym. Over the past two years, parents across the country have spoken out about a number of concerns within our educational systems; and as a result, schools like Trinity have seen a historic increase in enrollment. Be part of the conversation as I join Mrs. Kleefisch and state representative Stroebel to discuss why the election for governor will be one of the most important decisions in this year's election. Bring your questions on all things school-related, and find out how we can work together to keep our schools and communities thriving.

As an organization Trinity actively seeks participation in civic events such as our commitment to host voting each year for Mequon residents. Trinity maintains neutrality for all candidates and encourages rigorous, respectful, and healthy dialogue - no candidate endorsements or fundraising will take place.
Introducing: Stronger Families
A Christ-Centered and Family-Focused Series
Stronger Families is the newest initiative at Trinity, part of our ongoing effort to equip individuals to embrace God's design for all members of the family. From marriage to the teenage years, from social media to political activism, our Stronger Families series will include Sunday morning bible studies, workshops, guest speakers, and panels. Our first Stronger Families series is led by our very own Senior Pastor, Carl Lehenbauer. Join us, beginning this Sunday, April 24th, at 9:15 am in the gym, for the first of a 5-part series on God's design for the family.

Here's a teaser: The Substance of Paradise

Your family is meant to be a little taste of paradise. It is designed by God to be a place of safety and security, where love and forgiveness set us free from fear and shame. As we learn and embrace God's design for family, we grow in our understanding of ourselves, our loved ones, and God, Himself, who bound us together as family at the pinnacle of his master creation, and then pronounced that all He had done was indeed, very good. This study will help us grow in our understanding of the deep dynamics of marriage and family, and will open our eyes to new ways in which we can embrace God's design in a broken world.