IT’S HERE!!! THE ANNUAL TLCW RUMMAGE SALE
No more procrastination time left!! The Annual Rummage Sale is just around the corner and needs YOUR donations! We’re counting on your help, so PLEASE donate all those unwanted treasures.
We need your unwanted clothing and household items. Clothing, books, plants, perennials, kitchenware, bedding, artwork, fishing & lawn equipment, tables, dressers. Everything except microwaves, computers, printers and TV’s. Bring in items beginning Sunday, May 19 and all week. Tables will be set up after the Confirmation Reception.
The Rummage Sale dates are May 23 & 24 (8am – 4 pm), and May 25 (8am – 1pm). BAR-B-QUE lunch available all three days.
May 19 is both Pentecost Sunday AND Confirmation Sunday at Trinity. Pentecost Sunday is when we mark the birth of the church by the power of the Holy Spirit. Confirmation Sunday is the day when young people who have been instructed in basic Christian doctrine confess their faith in the presence of the congregation. The faith the confirmands confess is not of their own making; it is the gift of God that He gives through His means of grace. The Holy Spirit who empowered the disciples 2000 years ago is the same Spirit who empowers the confirmands to make their confession. This is why we celebrate the rite of confirmation on Pentecost.
We will recognize our newly confirmed youth, Joey Rauch and Cheyenne Corrado, with a cake and a Build-a-Burger meal following the 10 am service. JOIN US!
On Good Friday, March 29th, Trinity Lutheran Church presents “In the Shadow of the Cross”, a local cultural event remembering the crucifixion of Jesus through another installment of Trinity’s celebrated Cantata series and a living shadow tableaux presented by Trinity Youth.
Trinity’s Cantata this year brings together the best voices of Birchwood and the surrounding communities, along with gifted musicians to present the story of Christ’s crucifixion through powerful music and stunning yet austere visualization.
The contemplative service begins at 7 p.m. at Trinity Lutheran Church and all are invited to this beautiful Holy Week event which is certain to renew your spirit and refresh your faith!
On March 17th, Trinity Youth will lead the children’s message and share their experiences at the recent youth retreat, S.W.A.G.
SWAG stand for Saved With Amazing Grace, and Trinity Youth are fired up in God’s Amazing Grace, expanding their ideas and plans for Mission.
This is Sunday you just can’t miss!
As she announced the amount raised from the Saved With Amazing Grace youth retreat Trinity Youth participated in this past weekend, an event organizer was struck with shock for a moment.
Over 400 youth gathered together in Warrens Wisconsin with Peter Eide and Craig Sanborn for a weekend of worship, praise, and learning about God’s Amazing Grace.
A collection was taken to benefit mission in Haiti. The astounding amount collected? $777.77 - a true reminder of the everyday miracles of God among His faithful children.