Every Sunday at 10:00 a.m.
Early Service will begin on Sunday May 27th at 8:00 a.m., and continue through Harvest weekend, October 7th.
Stavkirke Wednesday evening services being Weds, July 11th, and continue through Wednesday, August 29th.
At the Annual Meeting on January 21st, it was proposed by the Council to the congregation that Trinity change the time of the regular Sunday worship service from 10:45 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. The new time for worship would begin on Sunday, March 11th, coinciding with Daily Savings Time. It was suggested that we try this new time throughout 2018, and follow up at the 2019 Annual Meeting. Summer early service, Lenten and Holy Week services, and summer Weds night Stav service times will remain the same. Any questions, concerns, feedback on the service time change can be shared with Pastor Alan - he welcomes your input!
Activists, Mystics, and Martyrs: Holy People of the 20th Century
Beginning on Tuesday July 10 and continuing through Tuesday August 14th, Pastor Alan and Carol Amadio will coordinate 6 discussions focusing on the lives of several people living within the 20th Century who have lived extraordinary whole and holy lives, lives of passion, perseverance and commitment. The sessions will begin at 1:30 following Pastor Alan’s class on the scripture readings for the following Sunday. Sessions will end at 2:45.
Everyone is welcome to join us for either or both of these opportunities to learn more about the Bible and the lives of some remarkable men and women of faith. While there are no "homework" assignments, we have obtained several used copies of A Passion For Life: Fragments of the Face of God by Joan Chittister. The book will provide a starting point for our lively discussions. Participants are welcome and encouraged to share any materials on the biographies of the persons being discussed. A contribution of $5.00 would be appreciated to help cover the costs of books and other materials. As usual, it is not necessary to attend all of the sessions, since we have designed the course to meet the needs of people who are traveling or have other time conflicts. Please let us know if you have any questions. Carol can be reached at 920-535-0745. Books are now available from the parish office.
July 10- Mahatma Ghandi and Mother Mary Jones -advocates of social change.
July 17- Thomas Merton and Charles de Foucald- people of prayer.
July 24-Martin Luther King, Jr., and Frank Jagerstatter- martyrs?
July 31- Dorothy Day and Pope John, XXIII- saints or troublemakers?
August 7- Pedro Arrupe and Simone Weil- mystics?
August 14- Oscar Romero, the university martyrs, and Edith Stein- lives ended abruptly.
Weekly Scripture study. Meet in the library.
For six weeks in the summer, from July 10 through August 14th, the Bible Study will begin at 1:00 p.m., and end at 1:30 p.m., so that Pastor can join Carol Amadio for their class, "Activists, Mystics, and Martyrs: Holy People of the 20th Century." See separate Upcoming Event for details.