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The family of faith at Trinity Lutheran Church invites you to WORSHIP and FELLOWSHIP. Jesus, and the forgiveness and salvation He offers to you, is of eternal importance. Our pastors and staff stand ready to assist you and your family in nurturing a spiritual home base for your life. MISSION is our call and response to Jesus. By responding to this invitation you will, by His grace, be welcomed into a family of faith that can bring peace and certainty to your life. Jesus is our cornerstone for all we do. We hope you will join us soon.

(Thursday, May 14, 2020)

Dear Trinity community,
You may have heard that the Wisconsin Supreme Court struck down the “Safer at Home” extension yesterday. Please know that this does not mean that life for our church will immediately return to normal, as much as we might like that to be the case.
There is now more work to be done at the state level to determine the course ahead for Wisconsin. According to federal guidelines and newly released guidance from our Evangelical Lutheran Church in America based on those federal guidelines, it is expected that people will initially be allowed to gather in groups of 10 or fewer. During this first phase, the ELCA direction is to continue worship by broadcast as Trinity has done for the past two months via video and radio. A gradual progression toward larger gatherings with precautions in place is expected to follow, during which smaller, in-person worship services might begin to occur. As a church, we anticipate that it will still be many months before we are able to gather together fully as we have in the past.
Be assured that your church leaders will comply with laws as they take shape and heed the guidance of our synod’s bishop and state and federal public-health officials to determine when and how we will be able to begin safely meeting with each other again.
We continue to receive guidance from Bishop Jerry Mansholt, who has already directed congregations to keep worshiping online even as people begin to reenter the world outside their homes. And we as Trinity’s pastors, staff, and officers have spoken extensively this week about our next steps and initial priorities—including the reopening of areas of the church building in the near future and the important matter of communion—as we look to get gradually, carefully closer to normal while also taking the church into the future where God is calling us. We will keep you informed, and we will keep Christ’s command to love our neighbors as ourselves.
Amid all this, know that our prayers are with you and that we appreciate all the prayers being offered for us.
In Christ,
Pastor Andy Behrendt