In addition to being in the Divine Service, there also will be a couple of opportunities to be in God’s Word on Sunday mornings.

Listed are the Bible studies being offered, beginning on Sept. 8. In addition to the Bible studies, Trinity’s Sunday School will resume on Sept. 8.

Sunday School sign-up can be done by clicking here .

Bible studies and Sunday School are from 9:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m.

A Genesis study
Bible study leader: Pastor Golter

Bible study theme: How was life in the beginning? Jump into the new Sunday morning Bible study on the first eleven chapters of the Bible's first book. What happens in the beginning sets the stage for the rest of the Bible, and your life.

Bible study location: Fellowship Hall. 
Who Am I and What am I Doing Here?
Bible study leader: Pastor Vokt

Bible study theme: These are the big questions that eventually confront everyone. Using what God has revealed, the study will provide honest and straightforward answers to these twin questions. God does not leave us desolate, wondering who we are. He does not condemn us to grow up in the dark, seeking meaning in life. The sessions will explore what God has revealed about life’s biggest questions. They will shed light on the difference that knowing the answers makes for the way a man lives. The answers are waiting. God is ready to tell you not only who you are but also what you’re doing here.

Bible study location; School library.
Financial Peace University
Bible study leader: Bill Meyer

Bible study theme: Beginning on Sept. 22, Trinity will be offering the Financial Peace University course. The course, which will last 10 weeks, is an opportunity to better manage your resources according to sound Biblical principles. Stay tuned for registration details.

Bible study location: TBD.
Trinity Lutheran is hosting an event you don’t want to miss.
On Saturday, Sept. 21, Bryan Wolfmueller , who is a pastor at St. Paul Lutheran Church in Austin, Texas, will be sharing a presentation on: Has American Christianity Failed.
The presentation, which is part of the Doxology Seminary, will be from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
A box lunch, seminary materials and refreshments for the day are included in the cost of registration. You can check out more details or get registered for this wonderful event by clicking here. If you would like to help with the event, you can click here .
The deadline to register is Sept. 13. Childcare will be provided by request only and is a separate registration.
We hope that you make plans to join us for this glorious opportunity.
Scott Radden, who is serving our congregation as a Gift Planning Counselor with the LCMS Foundation, will be sharing details about the Lifetime Plan for Giving on September 19 at 6:30 p.m.
The purpose of the event is to educate individuals and families who would like to start to plan how to transfer the blessings to their family, church or charity.
Scott, who has been working with Trinity's Transfer the Blessing Team since last November, also will be present with us and will have a display in the narthex on the weekend of Sept. 14-15. Make sure to greet Scott before or after worship. 
How's your understanding of Christ? Solid? Lacking? Prayerfully consider registering for God's Workmanship Class, beginning Sept.10, from 6:30 to 8 p.m. This 12-week class will give you comfort and strength. All may attend, but it is geared for those desiring to join our Trinity church family. You may register by calling the church office or by email: We hope to offer childcare once again. We are looking for someone to schedule helpers for the classes. If you are interested, please call Janet 563-323-8001.
Blue beam: The blue beam on the exterior of Trinity's school - which faces Central Park - is no more. The beam has been scrapped, primed and paint. It looks amazing.

Trinity School kicks off 150th year: With close to 400 students, Trinity School kicked off its 150th year on Aug. 23. New additions to the staff this year include: two preschool teachers (Lori Kilburg, Sarah Ringsdorf), a second-grade teacher (Megan McMullen), a middle school teacher (Amani Kirby), an art teacher (Cassie Puls), as well as an assistant principal (Deje Jensen, who currently teaches third grade). 
SEPTEMBER 2: Church and school offices closed for Labor Day.

SEPTEMBER 8: Sunday School and Adult Bible studies resume.

SEPTEMBER 13: Trinity Glow Run.

SEPTEMBER 19: Lifetime Plan for Giving informational meeting.

SEPTEMBER 21: Doxology Conference.
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.