Trinity Events


Trinity Office

For pastoral emergencies, call 920-393-9424.

Church office closed on Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays.

If you would like a call or visit, please let us know – 437-8124, x100. Thank you.

Help Wanted

Looking for a kind, caring individual who would be interested

in overseeing (and assisting) in cleanup of our EPH house.

If you’d like more details, please contact Cindy at 437-8124 x100.

Thank you and God Bless.

Trinity Missions

Trinity Missions will be listed in the Tidings at the start of each Quarter.

If you feel any are missing, please contact Cindy at 437-8124.

We could not do this without YOU. Thank you and God Bless!

Missions of Trinity are:

  • Church Keepers and Tenders
  • Coming Home Project
  • Community vegetable garden
  • Confirmation in collaboration with Bethel and Resurrection Lutheran Churches
  • Cup 0’Joy Community Picnic hosted by First Presbyterian and Trinity Lutheran
  • Ecumenical Partnership for Housing (EPH)
  • ELCA East Central Synod of Wisconsin
  • ELCA Vision for Mission
  • Endowment Committee
  • Fair Trade Items
  • Flower garden
  • Food pantry
  • Growing on Broadway
  • Homebound communion/visitation
  • Meals at the NEW Community Shelter
  • REACH (Regional Ecumenical Assistance Community of Hope)
  • Trip planned for Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota
  • Prayer garden
  • Provide funeral meals
  • Quilters
  • Sunday School
  • The Salvation Army
  • Vacation Bible School in collaboration with Resurrection Lutheran
  • Workcamp
    • 2018 will be hosted by Bay View Middle School in Howard-Suamico School District, and co-sponsored by Trinity Lutheran, Resurrection Lutheran, and NeighborWorks Green Bay

Food Pantry

Pantry Hours: Tuesday’s 9:00 – 11:00 am

Food Pantry needs:

Items needed are:  baked beans, cereal, pasta sauce, peanut butter, rice, and soup

Thank you for thinking of others.

Food Pantry Numbers:

January numbers were:

Households – 59

Bags – 118

Adults – 119

Kids – 87

Amount spent in December – $1,678.04

(some of this is on acct. with Feeding America)

Gently used warm winter clothing is needed for our pantry patrons.

(we are unable to accept any other type of clothing at this time)

Thank you for your support! God Bless.

Reading the Bible Together

Bible Study runs through 5/8/19

2nd Wed. of the month, from

11 am – 12 noon  through 5/8/19








Bible Veres

Luke 9:28-43

Luke 5:1-11

Luke 4:1-13

Luke 13:1-9

Luke 13:31-35



Follow Jesus!

To serve God alone.

To be patient.

To love another.

Focus Question

How can I listen more closely to Jesus?

What is Jesus calling us to leave behind to follow him?

O God, how might I serve you today?

How is God being patient with you?

How can I show my love for God by loving people?


Hope to see you there. Thank you.

Fair Trade and Equal Exchange
For all who love making a difference….


     Fair Trade organic coffee, olive oil, tea and jams, chocolate bars (many different flavors), mango cashew bars, raisins, and baking cocoa are available for purchase each Sunday after worship in the east entryway along with the Serrv catalog for those who wish to order gift items for the holidays. Lutheran World Relief Fair Trade PrIMG_6956oject is a partnership between Lutheran World Relief and Equal Exchange. Equal Exchange offers other items such as organic nuts, fruits, chocolates and more. Please stop by and shop to help support organic fair trade and the farmers and families who provide these products. Thank you for thinking of others.
     We have been selling Fair Trade food items such as coffee, tea, and chocolate for about three years now. We recently starte serving fair trade organic blend coffees during ourIMG_6954 fellowship time. We order the coffee from Equal Exchange and they partner with small scale farmer co-ops from countries like Nicaragua, Mexico, Uganda, Haiti and the Philippines. Lutheran World Relief has joined with Equal Exchange to help those small scale farmers develop and grow, so they can eventualy generate more income and move out of poverty. It’s a win, win proposition. The environment is preserved, the growers and producers receive a fair price to insure their future, and YOU drink some of the best coffee on the planet. Trinity has made a commitment to serve our global community and fair trade is just one way we can do that.
Request from the Quilters

If you can’t come to quilting on Wednesdays, but could do sewing at home,

we would like your help. You would be sewing simple straight seams.

We will explain what is needed. There is no pressure and no time limit.

Contact Donna Hansen or Grace Blom for more information.

Thank you for all your monetary and fabric donations.

You make it possible for us to continue the mission that helps people we will never meet.

BUT, they will know – that someone does care about them.

Thank you. God’s Blessings. The TLC Quilters

Knitter’s and Crocheter’s
Can You knit or crochet?

We are looking for individuals who like to knit or crochet to make prayer shawls; scarves, hats, or mittens for Tank or Fort Howard School students. We have a number of individuals who would appreciate something made for them with TLC. With cold weather coming up – there will be a lot of students in need of items to keep them warm. If you’re interested in making any of these items.

Please contact Cindy at 437-8124.

(There is some yarn available in the church office.) Thank you for thinking of others.hat & mittens

God Bless….scarves

Paper Drive Year Round

Paper Drive Year Round

Trinity now has a semi trailer to store paper in.

The church van will be parked near the east entrance and paper can be put in the back of the van on the

1st and 3rd Sundays, unless it’s a holiday