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Sunday, December 6 at 9:00 am.
Second Sunday of Advent
We will gather together at Trinity for in-person worship.
Video worship will also continue for those who are ill or in vulnerable population groups. If you have been sick in the 14 days prior to worship or show any signs of illness,
please stay home and watch online.
Video Worship Services
Sunday 9:00 am | Wednesday 6:00 pm available Live on Facebook
It is the season of Advent. This season does two things for us: it calls us to prepare for the coming Christ child as we celebrate the incarnation at Christmas, and it calls us to recognize God at work in the world around us, calls us to bear that light of Immanuel into the world to prepare for the Parousia, the second coming of Christ.
Advent is the beginning of a new church year, and starts on the fourth Sunday before Christmas Day. This year, Sunday, Nov. 29 marks the start of “Year B” in our three year liturgical calendar. The cycle of the church year orders our time in Christian community around the life, death and resurrection of Jesus Christ.
Stay well, stay safe - see you soon!
Pastor Dan Forsgren
All Saints Day - Nov 1, 2020
Welcome to Advent worship!
Trinity’s Annual Stewardship campaign Again this year, your church is asking you to make a pledge of your time and talents and a financial pledge.
What is Stewardship?
As defined by the Trinity Church Council:
Stewardship seeks to encourage the membership in the use of
its resources to enhance and extend the congregation’s
mission and ministry. Facilitating personal growth in serving, giving, and caring. Celebrating the generosity of our members.
Developing relationships with giving partners.
Please click on the Pledge Form buttons below, print, complete and return to Trinity in person or by mail.
NEW Christmas Eve worship offering this year
This will include ten stations developed by our children and musicians. Each station will be one of the familiar Christmas stories: prophesy, annunciation to Mary, Joseph’s dream, trying to find a room in Bethlehem, birth of the baby, comprising the Nativity narrative. Families and individuals are invited to treat the experience as an “open house,” arriving between 2:00 and 5:00 pm. You will be sent through the ten stations in
approximately ½ hour.
In-person and Video
Our worship services online will continue through November during this transitional time for those in vulnerable populations, and those who prefer to worship from home. Worship livestream is available through Facebook. After the livestream, recorded video will be available on our Video Worship Archive page on this website and on our Facebook page.
In-person worship is every Sunday at 9:00 am.
Readings for Second Sunday of Advent, December 6
Psalm 85:1-2, 8-13
2 Peter 3:8-15a
Luther Seminary has provided a free Advent Devotional resource for congregational use. Click the image above to be taken to the daily readings, beginning November 29. Contributors are:
James L. Boyce ’71 M.Div.
Professor Emeritus of New Testament and Greek
Mary Jane Haemig
Professor Emerita of Church History
Arland J. Hultgren
Asher O. and Carrie Nasby Professor Emeritus of New Testament
High School and Middle School Youth have a full schedule of fall activities. Click here for the schedule.
Youth are selling 2021 Calendars!!
Pocket is $6, Wall is $8
Will meet at Trinity on Wednesdays 5:30 - 7:30 pm. The Youth Groups will meet at the same time.
Middle School Christmas Party Friday, Dec. 4
6:30-9:00 pm at Trinity
High School Christmas Party Friday, Dec. 11
6:30-9:00 pm at Trinity
Questions: Penny, 208-664-9041