JULY 2019
Trinity Lutheran ChurchSchool infected close to 300 students this past month.

The virus?

Being on fire for God and having a contagious faith.

In all, 294 students registered for Trinity’s Vacation Bible School, which was held on June
17-21. Of those registered, 43 percent have not been baptized and 18 percent have no church home.

What an amazing and glorious opportunity to reach those who maybe starving to learn more about God.

“It was an amazing week,” said Kari Smith, who joined with 46 other volunteers to lead this year’s VBS. “Children became contagious and walked out the doors with smiles on their faces.”

During the week, students learned – through song, crafts, games and God’s Word - that God is with us when we are sad, scared, when life is unfair, when life changes, and when life is good.

The children also learned that God is good and they are loved by Him all the time.

The learning and knowledge gained went home with the students as well as close to 50 families purchased CDs, which included all the VBS songs learned during the week.

Martin Luther writes of our children: We must certainly spare no diligence, effort, or cost in teaching and educating our children that they may be able to serve God and the world.
Trinity Lutheran’s Board of Directors will be sharing the latest news on the progress of our three Big Rocks – Facility and Grounds, School and Youth, during a Congregational Forum.
The forum will be Sunday, July 21 at 9:30 a.m. in the Fellowship Hall. When the forum ends, Pastor Golter’s Bible study - Summer in the Psalms - will begin. We hope that you can make plans to attend.
Have you noticed the new markings on all Trinity's exterior doors?
A letter and number was assigned to each exterior door for direction purposes and safety and security precautions.
Listed below are more updates to Trinity's buildings and grounds.
  • A new roof has been installed over the Activity Center as well as the Activity Center kitchen and locker rooms.
  • Work on a new roof for the North Wing hallway of the school is scheduled to begin in late fall.
  • Work continues in Trinity Hall, with the replacement of the floor. A fresh coat of paint for the wall also is in the plans.
Trinity’s Youth is preparing for its trip to the LCMS Youth Gathering in Minneapolis.
The group of Youth includes: Eli Wallace, Brendan Bloomer, Bryson Beaudry, Morgan Schneiderman, Renee Casad, Morgan Barker, Renee Clemensen, Sophie Heuertz, Noelle Smith, Grace Schneiderman and Brooke Mester.
There also will be four adult leaders from Trinity attending – Jim and Tammy McCartney and Roby and Kari Smith.
The focus of the gathering, which will be July 11-15, is Real. Present. God.
Please remember to keep the Youth and the adult leaders in your prayers. 
Mark your calendars for September 21, 2019, for another Doxology seminar here at Trinity.
Paper registrations will be available August 1. Registration for the conference can be done by clicking here .
This year’s presenter is Pastor Bryan Wolfmueller, who is the pastor of St. Paul Lutheran Church and the Jesus Lutheran Church of the Deaf in Austin, Texas.
He served as Pastor of Hope Lutheran Church in Aurora, Colo., from 2005 to 2019.
You can check out more of his writing by clicking here.
Trinity's Anniversary Committee has been meeting, planning and preparing for the upcoming 150-year celebration. Stay tuned for more details.

Trinity will be having a farewell celebration for Julie Wall on July 28 at 9:30 a.m. in the Fellowship Hall. We hope that you can make plans to attend and thank Mrs. Wall for her years of service in the classroom.

Trinity's grounds look immaculate . Thank you to all those who have spent time mowing, planting and preparing and giving Trinity's campus a pristine look.

Trinity has 98 students registered for its Summer Shining Stars program . Thank you to all the staff that provide care for these children.

Trinity has openings in most of its class for the 2019-20 school year . If you know of anyone that might be interested in a Christ-centered education, please have them call the school office.
JULY 4-5 : Trinity church and school offices closed for Fourth of July.

JULY 29-31: William Weinrich continuing education conference on the Gospel of John. You can register or learn more about the the conference by clicking here.
You can catch up on all the happenings from the past month at Trinity Lutheran ChurchSchool by checking out the Highlights sections , which are found in the church bulletin each week.
Join us in the Divine Service on Saturday night or Sunday morning. If you know someone that is looking for a church home, have them contact the church office at 563-323-8001.