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Trinity Lutheran Church

511 South Fifth Street Saint Peter, MN 56082

Non-Profit Org. Presort Standard Permit No. 3 St. Peter, MN 56082 Address Service Requested

Trinity Times

Gather as God's People... Grow in Faith, Family, & Service... Go into the World as Disciples for Christ...

Upcoming Annual Meeting On Sunday, January 30th, 2011

All confirmed members are encouraged to attend Trinity's Annual Meeting on Sunday, January 30, 2011 at 11:30 am in the sanctuary. A congregational pot-luck will follow the meeting. Please be sure to get this on your calendar!


Published by Trinity Lutheran Church Saint Peter, Minnesota a congregation of the ELCA

Looking For Leaders

Have you ever wondered... · about the ins and outs of Trinity's finances? · who decides what hymns we sing on Sundays? · how many furnaces are in our building? · who determines the Sunday school curriculum? · what happens at new member potlucks? · how Trinity's endowment funds are doing? · what YoCo is all about? Then please consider becoming a member of the church council or one of our committees: Finance, Worship & Music, Property, Children & Family, Outreach, Endowment, or Youth & Family. Serving in a leadership role provides spiritual growth, an appreciation for the workings of the church, and new opportunities to work with fellow members. For more information, contact Joan Anderson, council secretary, at 934-5317 or the church office at 934-4786.

January 2011

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Epiphany officially falls each year on January 6, but we'll be celebrating in worship on the preceding Sunday, January 2. This is the day we Christians celebrate the Wise Men (also known as "Magi") visiting the Christ child with gifts of gold, frankincense, and myrrh. During our Coffee Fellowship time, at 9:00 am, you will be able to enjoy some of our own home-made "Kings' Bread" ­ a treat which many people eat to celebrate Epiphany in other parts of the world.

Charles Christensen, Eric Natwick Bonnie L. Rieger Lynn Davey Judy Maharry Ray Jacobson Annette Meeks Trinity Choir Director: JOY! Director: Youth & Family Minister: Christian Education Coordinator: Custodian: Missionaries: Annette Meeks Nancy Sizer Erika Durheim Dawn Eberhart Barry Wood Rev. Eric AnspachHanson & Christie Hanson

Epiphany Celebration On Sunday, January 2nd!


Trinity Staff

Pastors: Office Coordinator / Publicist: Financial Secretary: Organist / Pianist: Praise Bells Director: Celebration Singers Director:

Our services will each be a festive communion worship celebrating Jesus' "epiphany"; that is, His "being revealed" to the nations. We first see this in the coming of the wise men to Bethlehem to visit the child Jesus.

Holiday Vouchers Update & "Thank You!"

Last year, holiday vouchers reached many adults and children in the Saint Peter area. Many thanks to your generous outpouring to people in need. This year, members of Trinity were able to raise $1,606.75 for people in need during these "Holy Days" of Thanksgiving, Advent, and Christmas. In addition to the funds we raised, Thrivent matched every three of our dollars given to the food shelf with an additional dollar ­ increasing these gifts by an additional 33%. Many thanks to you, our members, as well as to Thrivent for your generosity!

In this issue . . .

The Pastor's Corner Trinity Women Youth & Family Calendar Children & Family In His Service Service List Sponsors Page 2 Page 4 Page 5 Page 6 & 7 Page 8 Page 9 Page 10 Page 11

Contact Information

Phone: Fax: Email: 507 - 934 - 4786 507 - 934 - 4562 [email protected]

Office Hours

Monday - Thursday: Friday: 8:00 am - 3:00 pm 8:00 am - 12:00 pm

Mid-week Advent Services Offering Update:

Many thanks to those of you who so generously contributed to Lutheran Social Services. This Advent season we raised $1,108.55.

January Newsletter


The Natwick Epistle

Resolution: a resolve or determination; the mental state or quality of being resolved or resolute; firmness of purpose.

January 2011

. . . .God forgives us day in and day out, over and over. When we fail, God is there to pick us up and dust us off in Jesus' grace. God is there, saying, "So, you've fallen. But, I make all things new in what I choose to do for you in my Son, Jesus. You are my child. Now go! BE my child!" Now, that's gracious tenacity. It is this sort of grace ­ the kind of grace that God uses on us and for us every day of our lives ­ that we must practice using on ourselves. In some ways, we can never hope to keep our own resolutions unless we learn to forgive ourselves for our own mistakes.


New Year's resolutions. Seems like any number of us make them. Resolutions can be about almost anything. They can range from losing weight, to exercising more, to spending more time with family and friends, to not procrastinate on things that need to get done. I'm sure that any number of people will break those same resolutions that they make in earnest at the beginning of the year. All too often, as soon as a resolution is broken, a person is tempted to think, "I've failed already. This certainly isn't going very well! Perhaps it is best not to make resolutions at all." But, resolutions aren't about perfection. They ARE about identifying the things that one wants for oneself in life. It's only natural to fail; and failure to keep resolutions shouldn't come as a surprise to any of us. After all, we're changing the rules on how we've lived life up to this time. It's likely that we will slip back into well-worn grooves. In fact, it's easier to slip into the old grooves than it is to carve some new ones for ourselves. At its core, `resolution' has, at its root, the word `resolve'. When someone has "resolve" to do something, there should be a sort of stubbornness to one's decision. Or, at least, there SHOULD be a stubbornness to their action; a firmness of purpose; a `stick-to-it-tiveness'. Like I said, resolutions aren't about perfection. They're about persistence. When it comes to the business of making resolutions ­ prepare to fail. The important thing to bear in mind in the making of resolutions is knowing, is having a plan, about what one is going to do when one fails. You see, resolutions are more about tenacity, about getting up again and again, after we have fallen. In reality, resolutions take a lot of forgiveness of ourselves. . .

January 2011

May we each resolve to practice such grace within our lives. A Blessed New Year to each of you! Pastor Eric

Trinity Member Honored & Appreciated

A gift of $500 has been gifted to Trinity in great appreciation and in honor of our long time custodian, Barry Wood. Thank you and kudos to you Barry! You are loved!



Taking Down Of "The Greens"

What goes up, must come down. Yes, the Christmas season has come to an end and we've celebrated Epiphany. We need help to take down all of the greens around Trinity. If you are interested, sign up (or call the church office @ 934-4786) to be one of our "Christmas Clean-up Crew" to help us package up and put away our greenery for another year. We'll set a time that works best for our volunteers, check the narthex for a sign up sheet. Remember, many hands make light work; consider sharing two hours of your time to help with holiday cleanup at Trinity, your church home.

A Host Family Is Needed!!

A German exchange student (female) will be arriving at the end of January who needs a host family to stay with. If interested or for more information, please contact Martie Renville, International Exchange Coordinator at: EF Foundation, 405 W Quarry Springs, Kasota, MN 56082. Cell #: 351-6274 or Home #: 9348769 or

Contact the Pastors

Pastor Charles Christensen

Phone: 507-934-2620 Email: [email protected]

Pastor Eric Natwick

Phone: 507-934-4095 Email: [email protected]


All Trinity members share in food preparation and serving duties for funerals and other church events throughout the year. The membership has been divided into 13 groups with designated coordinators for each month. This allows one group to have a month off each year. Groups move up one month each year as well, so that you are not serving in the same month each year. This list is also used to secure ushers. When your assistance is needed, a coordinator will contact you. January 2011

February 2011

Food Coordinators: Leona Miller 931-3639 Delores Hahn 934-3558 Usher/Greeter Coordinators: Rob & Janice Meyer 931-5582 Name: Andree, B.J. & Miriam Beise, Lisa Davis, Ron & Jan Ebbenga, Brian & Lisa Eckberg, Richard & Wanda Francis, Justin & Kari Francis, Sandi Grafstrom, Jane Hahn, Delores Henrichs, Curt & Karla Hofferbert, Ra Vae Jacobsen, Donald Keswani, Marianne Klubben, Pat & Tami Kraft, Tim & Bev Kretschmer, Tom & Sue Krugerud, Arlen/Manser, Roberta Lindquist, Stan Lindquist, Willis Loken, Curt & Leona Martens, Kate McIntyre, Cathy McIntyre, Jeff Meyer, Rob & Janice Miller, Leona Munsterman, Gene & Sue Natwick, Mary Pettis, Steve & Natasha Prafke, Marvel Rodning, Paul & Gayla Satrom, Lauren & Kellie Schlueter, Ron & Deann Schultz, Evelyn Seppelt, Troy & Heidi Sisler, Curtis & Leatta Sowder, Monte & Juli Sundin, Duane & Ruth Swenson, Delores Wilmes, Todd & Shane Wood, Melody Yushta, Jake & Amber Zabel, Steven & Lori Ziebarth, Stan & Susan

January 2011

931-6630 934-3373 934-4382

Food Coordinators:

Shelly Hockstein Genevieve Miller Roger & Barb Nelson

Usher/Greeter Coordinators: Name:

Annexstad, Grant & Karen Bannick, Ron & Carol Bardon, Steven Beaty, Lynn Brown, Eldon & Margo Burg, Tom & Lynn Custer, Hazel Engebretson, Phil & Dee Erkel, Cindy Fiebelkorn, Dorothy Foster, Harry & Sandy Fromm, Josh & Jaime Gessner, Carl Haedt, George & Helga Haugen, Larry & Sharon Herberg, Sue Hochstein, Mark & Shelly Jacobson, Mary Johnson, Keith & Marilyn Liebel, Jeannie Lueck, William & Marlene Lynch, Roger & Sandy McCormick, Dianna Miller, Genevieve Monson, Bernice Mott, Dennis & Angie Nelson, Roger & Barb Potz, Carol Puchta, Rebecca Richter, Mary Jean Roach, Pat & Carolyn Scholl, Brad Sievert, Rebecca Skrove, Mike Sykora, Brad & Sharon Thompson, Jerret & Janet Wilkinson, Robert Woyda,Kathy Woyda, Rick

We received our second check in the middle of December from "". The check total was $142.58 and will be used towards Youth and Family Ministry in our congregation. We're hoping to double that amount this next year ­ but we need your help! Think of it! How much could be generated if every member of Trinity earned a penny each time they searched the Internet? Or how about if a percentage of every purchase you made online went to support Youth and Family ministry here at Trinity? Well, it can! And it does! is a Yahoo-powered search engine that donates half its advertising revenue, about a penny per search, to the charities its users designate. Use it just as you would any search engine, get quality search results from Yahoo, and watch the donations add up! is a new online shopping mall which donates up to 37 percent of each purchase to your favorite cause! Hundreds of great stores including Amazon, Target, Gap, Best Buy, ebay, Macy's, and Barnes & Noble have teamed up with GoodShop and every time you place an order, you'll be supporting Trinity's Youth and Family ministry. Just go to and be sure to enter "Trinity Lutheran Church ­ Saint Peter" as the charity you want to support. And, be sure to spread the word!

Trinity Receives Its Second "" Earnings Check!


Cancelations During Inclement Weather

To find out if any Trinity worship services or church related events have been canceled due to weather conditions, please check the following stations: · Chanel 12 KEYC TV · KTOE 14.20 AM · KNUJ 860 AM · Updates and additional information will be passed along as soon as possible. Isn't winter wonderful? Let it snow and blow!

January 2011

Winter Got You Chilled?



4th Annual Fun & Fellowship Church Bowling League Begins

Bowlero Lanes Bowling Center is again giving area church members an opportunity to get together and socialize with each other and have some fun. All levels of bowlers are invited to join. League starts on Monday, January 10th starting at 7:00 pm. Four person teams with any mix of men or women. Non-Sanctioned league - short league. To sign up or get more information, call Bowlero Lanes at 934-2982 or see the flier on the bulletin board in the church narthex. Don't miss out form your team now! It's a great way to meet people and get to know other church members.

Warm up with a mug of Fair Trade Coffee or Tea! We know many of you have discovered and enjoyed the Fair Trade coffee, tea, chocolate, and other items that are available for sale in the church narthex by the Library. Consider sharing a cup with a family member or friend during one of these cold winter days. If you've never checked out the Fair Trade display in the narthex, then please do so! By choosing to buy fair trade products, we ensure that farmers in developing countries earn enough income to adequately feed and care for their families and communities. What a great way to help people out while enjoying the fruit of their labors!

Extra "Time & Talent" Forms Are Still Available In The Narthex

If anyone needs another one or two forms for other family members to fill out, you can find them on the counter in the narthex. Completed "Time & Talent" forms can be left in the church office anytime. A labeled, wood tray is set beside my desk for the completed forms. It's our intent to update every member's information in our system. Thank you very much for your cooperation in submitting all your information!!

for February is Saturday, January 15th. Any committees or individuals that have information for the February newsletter need to have it turned in no later than Saturday, January 15th. Thank you so much!


Bake Sale Thanks

Many, many thanks to all who baked and all who helped with our St. Lucia Bake Sale. The variety of baked goods was impressive, our workers were dedicated and we had many satisfied shoppers. The proceeds were shared with Trinity Youth, each of our organizations earning about $200. Despite the wintery weather we had a successful sale and we couldn't have done it without each of your contributions. Thank you so much.

Thankoffering Sunday


January 2011

Sunday, January Trinity Women will conduct the worship service as part of their yearly "Thankoffering" service. Thankoffering envelopes will be available for anyone wishing to contribute to this special offering to the Women of the Evangelical Lutheran Church (WELCA). Thank offerings help Women of the ELCA to reflect on their ministries and how they have been blessed. We have so much to be thankful for. These offerings make up part of the organization's annual gift to the ELCA, support programs and services of WELCA and help the church reach out in ministry worldwide. Thankoffering boxes are available to take home for anyone wishing to have a means for giving thanks during the coming year. Please find both envelopes and boxes on the counter outside the office. Thank you for participating.

January 2011

Lay Readers January 2nd 8:00 am 9:30 am January 9th 8:00 am 9:30 am January 16th 8:00 am 9:30 am January 23rd 8:00 am 9:30 am January 30th 8:00 am 9:30 am Altar Care January 2nd January 16th Adrian Lo Carolyn Dobler Jan Swanson Jan Glimsdal Curt Stolee Marilyn Beyer Gregg Stone Al Hewitt Gregg Stone Doug Minter Audrey Hanson Nancy Hanson Jill Gatzke Carol Potz




Madison Marie Boon

Daughter of Erick Boon & Jean (Gerber) Baca Born: Oct. 18, 2010 Baptized: Dec. 5, 2010 January 2011

Anders Martin Annexstad & Leili Marie Annexstad

Twin Son & Daughter of Jared & Tansy Annexstad Born: Sept. 12, 2010 Baptized: Dec. 10, 2010

Advent Brunch


Many Gifts Gathered

Thank you, thank you for giving so generously to the patients at the Regional Treatment Center for their Christmas gifts this year. Your response was so heartwarming. Along with your donations Trinity quilters gave 8 quilts, as we heard that quilts are treasured by the patients. Please know your generosity is so much appreciated by those who would otherwise be forgotten.

Early Registration Due

The last date for early registration for the Triennial Gathering is January 7!! If you are thinking of attending, call Kay Mowbray, 934-3170, for more information.

We were very sorry to have to postpone the brunch due to the weather. We know some of you who had planned to come on the 11th could not come on the 18th. The Gustafson room was beautifully decorated with reminders of Christmas in the past, a delicious brunch catered by Donna Rydeen was savored, the children's choir sang for us and Christmas memories were shared. We give special thanks to Bea Martinson, Helga Haedt, Marilyn Roberts and Rosemary Mickelson for the memories they brought to us. Donna Rydeen, our caterer, so willingly gave her quiche recipe for us to share with you. Enjoy! It is delicious. Breakfast Quiche 9 inch pie shell unbaked ½ pound pork sausage 1 cup broccoli 1 ½ cups shredded cheese 6 eggs 1 ½ cups half and half Salt and pepper to taste Brown pork sausage. Blanche broccoli in boiling water for 1-2 minutes. Beat eggs, add half and half. Layer meat, broccoli and cheese in pie shell. Pour egg mixture over all. Bake at 375 degrees for 35 to 45 minutes or until eggs are set.


Corey Bienfang & Emily Jansen

December 18, 2010


Cards Bring Sunshine

Delores Hahn, our Sunshine Committee Coordinator, sent 191 cards in 2010 bringing sunshine, congratulations and encouragement to members of Trinity. Birthday cards are sent to persons 80 years and older, congratulatory cards to families with new babies, get well cards to those who are ill and sympathy cards to those who have lost a loved one. We offer many thanks to Dee for the many years she has kept up this faithful service on behalf of Trinity Women.

Coming Up

January 3 January 4 January 7 January 9 January 10 January 17 January 23 9:15 am Quilting/potluck lunch 6:30 pm Coordinating Board Meeting 1:30 pm Martha Bible Study Circle 9:00 am Card/napkin Sale 9:30 am Rebecca Bible Study Circle 1:30 pm Hope Bible Study Circle All Service's Thankoffering Service

Video Camera Dale Bjorklund January 2nd th January 9 Steve Pettis January 16th Steve Pettis January 23rd Pat Klubben January 30th Pat Klubben Council Assistants 8:00 am Darrell Jodock 9:30 am Bob Lambert 10:45 am Marc Bachman January Acolytes 8:00 am Brandon Evans, Samantha Michels, & Mikayla Ogren 9:30 am Carl-Erik Young, Ezekiel Haugen, & Jolene Smith Coffee Fellowship Servers January 2nd Carl & Bev Aanonsen January 9th NA January 16th NA rd January 23 NA January 30th NA

River's Edge Hospital & Clinic and the American Red Cross are working together to host a blood drive Thursday, January 13th from 1 to 7 pm and Friday, January 14th from 8 am to noon. Every minute of every day, someone needs blood. That blood can only come from a volunteer donor, a person like you who makes the choice to donate. When you make a blood donation, you join a very select group. Currently only 3 out of every 100 people in America donate blood. The donating process takes about an hour to an hour and 15 minutes. Appointments are recommended but not required; donors with appointments donate first. To schedule an appointment or for more information, please call River's Edge Hospital & Clinic at 931-2200. On Tuesday, January 4th, 2011, Nicollet County Public Health is sponsoring a flu shot clinic at the Saint Peter Senior Center from 9:00 am until 11:00 am. They accept Medicare, Blue Cross/Blue Shield, Humana, & UCare. They do NOT accept Health Partners, Medica, or Unicare. BRING YOUR MEDICARE or INSURANCE CARDS! Cost without insurance is $25.00. Must be 18 years of age. Call 507934-0459 for questions or more information.

Save A Life . . . Give Blood

Nicollet County Flu Shot Clinic

Life works best when we do.


CAMP WEEKEND! February 12th-13th

3rd thru 6th Graders will be invited to join us for an overnight camp experience on February 12th here at Trinity. Get a taste for what the "real thing" is like. You can expect all the excitement that summer camp has to offer: the fun, the crazy games, the new friends, the energizing songs, the inspiring worship, the lake... okay maybe not the lake! You'll have to register for the "real" Summer Camp to get that experience, but while your waiting, get ready for a night to remember! We may also be organizing a breakfast Sunday morning as a service project and a way to help raise money for camperships. More details to come as plans are finalized. Anyone wanting to help fine tune this event or offer their talents, please talk to Dawn or Erika. Parents, we'll need a few of you to help as chaperones. Parents we're going to need your help to keep this program going! You can help by planning and hosting social events for 5th and 6th graders in a safe Christian environment with FUN being the top priority! Usually held a couple times a month on either Sundays or Wednesdays. Some things this group has done in the past are: bowling, bon-fires, hayrides, caroling, and games at the church. The kids LOVE it and need your adult guidance. Sign-up on the parent message board and Lori Hanson will contact you to discuss how you can get involved and/or help you organize your event. Or call Lori at 931-2574 with ?'s. Thank you to all the parents who have already hosted an event. Stay Tuned for the next Faith-4-Life event.


A huge THANK YOU to everyone who helped with the Christmas Program on Wednesday, December 15th. There's too many of you to list, but you know who you are. A special thanks to Shannon Zachman and Kassie Lusty for all of their behind the scenes work. It was a huge success despite the rescheduling due to weather! Thank you to all the families for rearranging their already busy schedules to be there. Thanks also to the Sunday School Teachers for putting in extra time that day. You are all very much appreciated! If anyone took any great pictures of the Christmas Program, please feel free to email them to the church office at [email protected] We'd like to use them during the slide show on Parent Appreciation Day. Thank you to everyone who brought a gift to the Christmas Program for children of the Saint Peter area. You helped donate 77 items to Nicollet County Public Health, one pack of formula, three packages of wipes, and six bags of diapers to the St. Peter Food Shelf and collected $51.75 towards the Holiday Vouchers. On behalf of Dawn Eberhart and the Children & Families Committee, we would like to wish you a happy and prosperous New Year! Sunday, January 2nd - No Sunday School or Grapple The yummy King's Bread will be enjoyed by everyone as part of Trinity's celebration of Epiphany. Sunday, January 9th - Sunday School & Grapple Resumes Epiphany lesson will be celebrated in the classrooms and a special treat provided in the Gustafson Room during the education hour. A calendar for the remainder of the year can be found in the education wing. Be sure to check the Parent Message Board located outside the Education Office each week for updates, changes, or details of events and other exciting new opportunities for you to bring faith into your children's lives. You may also find notes or requests from your child's teacher.

Our WEEKLY senior high youth group which meets every Wednesday in the Youth Room at Trinity from 7:30-9:00pm. We understand that your schedules are busy and that sometimes you have tons of homework, but come when you can! If you have any questions, please contact Erika. Hey 10-12th graders! It's a NEW YEAR, start 2010 off right! It's been too long since you've been to church! Come to Oxygen (O2) . . . Everybody Needs It . . . and that means you too!

O2: Senior High Youth Group ­ Part I


Don't Miss The Annual R.O.C.K. Ski Trip On February 18-21, 2011! Grab The Information At The Youth & Family Table

O2: Senior High Youth Group ­ Part II

Do you have ELCA pride? Do you think there is a "better" church or religion? Can we have a civil debate about faith? Who's right? Who's ideas are messed up? Our Senior High Group is going to join up with the youth at First Lutheran and have a joint youth group for the five Sunday nights in January! We will be meeting at First Lutheran from 8-9:30pm - Discussing how we can have a greater understanding of how we Christians are seen . . . Can we have a civil debate about faith . . . Can we all get along? Come and find out! ALL ARE WELCOME! Watch for more info in your mailboxes . . . we'll be sending you detailed invites!

Junior High GRAPPLE (7-9th Grades)


Sunday mornings in the conference room by Erika's office, you can hear a group of rowdy kids in grades 7-9 talking, wrestling, grappling with issues of faith! This group meets in 4 week blocks, the current discussion is: It's My Life! Key Verse: Acts 1:8: "But you will receive power when the Holy Spirit comes upon you. And you will be my witnesses, telling people about me everywhere--in Jerusalem, throughout Judea, in Samaria, and to the ends of the earth." (NLT) Join us from 9:30-10:30 am every Sunday for some fun! BRING YOUR FRIENDS!

The Annual Ski Trip to Giant's Ridge in Biwabik, MN has been set for February 18-21, 2011. Cost if the trip is $175, includes transportation, food, lodging, and lift ticket. Ski/snowboard rental is extra. Space is limited so sign up early! A NON-Refundable deposit of $75 will hold your spot. Grab a flyer and registration sheet at the Youth & Family Table in the Narthex. We really need parental volunteers to come on this trip, help with transportation and some of the nuts and bolts! Willing to help? Or have questions? See Erika or Pastor Eric. REGISTER ASAP . . . SPOTS WILL FILL UP QUICKLY!

January 2011

January 2011




LIVE THE LIFE 7-9th Grades: We're Going Bowling!

December's St Lucia Bake Sale, sponsored by the youth and Trinity Women, was a BIG success! We raised over $600! Thank you to all who helped bake, and those who came to purchase all of the wonderful holiday treats! Trinity's Youth Council will meet on Mon, Jan 17th from 7-8:30 in the youth room. We'll provide snacks, but eat dinner before you come. If you can't make it or have questions, talk to Erika.

The Trinity Youth Group for 7th-9th grades will meet on Sunday, January 30th - We'll meet at BOWLERO from 3-6 pm! Bring $7, and all your friends. Cost includes games and pizza and pop. BRING YOUR FRIENDS!


Sponsor A Sunday School Room

Thank you to those families who have already sponsored a room. We are still looking for families/individuals willing to help us pay for the supplies that the students and teachers use to learn about God's love in creative ways. When you sponsor a Sunday school room by making a donation, you and/or your family will get your name posted by a classroom. Donation slips and more details can be found in the narthex. You may leave your donation in the church office.

We discovered a few weekends ago with the cancellation of the program's dress rehearsal, Sunday school on the 12th, and the rescheduling of the Christmas Program that our means of communicating this important information was not as clear or as smooth as it could've been. In the future, we will make every effort to include this information on Trinity's website at Please check it often, especially during inclement weather, as we will attempt to make changes as quickly as these decisions are made. Thank you for your patience and understanding.

Cancelling Of Sunday School Related Events

Confirmation returns on January 5th ­ we will be studying the Apostle's Creed AND 9th Graders will be having Peer Ministry Training. Remember Confirmation begins at 6:15 pm! If you have questions, talk to Pastor Eric or Erika. Parents: Remember to join us on January 19th for our 3rd Parent's Night (6:15-8pm).

Confirmation Returns To A Regular Schedule

Youth & Family Dates To Remember

7-9th Grade Bowling Party January 30th 3-6pm R.O.C.K. Ski Trip February 18-21, 2011 Sr High Synod Gathering (in St Cloud) March 11-12, 2011 30 Hour Famine May 14-15, 2011



Communion Worship Service Coffee Fellowship Hour (serving King's bread) Communion Worship Service NO Adult Forum, Sunday school or Grapple Celebration Singers Rehearsal 10:45 am NO Contemporary Communion Worship Service 7:00 pm AA (Closed to the public)









Epiphany Sunday Celebration

8:00 am 9:00 am 9:30 am


9:00 am 5:30 pm 6:00 pm 6:30 pm 7:15 pm 8:00 pm

January 2011

Mission Quilters w/potluck "The Kitchen" Girl Scouts Meeting Finance Committee Meeting Beth Moore Bible Study Ewe-nique Quilters Meeting St Peter Choral Society AA (Closed Meeting)


9 to 11 am Flu Shot Clinic at St Peter Senior Center 5:00 pm Al-Anon 5:30 pm Executive Board Meeting 7:00 pm Trinity Women Board Mtg AA (Open to the public)


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Men's Bible Study NO Adult Bible Study Staff & Music Meeting Confirmation Classes NO Adult Bible Study Trinity Choir Rehearsal Praise Bells Rehearsal O2 Senior High Youth PraiseBAND Rehearsal


5:00 pm 7:00 pm


Al-Anon AA (Open to the public)


9:00 am 1:30 pm 7:00 pm

SPAF in Gustafson Room Martha Circle at Realife Hostess: C Sprague AA (Closed to the public)



January 2011

8:00 am 9:00 am 9:30 am


10:45 am 7:00 pm

Worship Service Coffee Fellowship WELCA Card & Napkin Sale Worship Service Adult Forum, Grapple & Sunday school resume Celebration Singers Rehearsal Contemporary Worship Service AA (Closed to the public)


Reed Woyda - Clothing Drive pick-up 9:30 am Rebecca Circle Bible Study 5:30 pm "The Kitchen" 6:30 pm Beth Moore Bible Study 7:00 pm Church Bowling League 7:15 pm St Peter Choral Society 8:00 pm AA (Closed Meeting)


1:30 pm 5:00 pm 6:00 pm 7:00 pm


Amazing Grey's Al-Anon Committee Meetings Church Council Meeting AA (Open to the public)


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Men's Bible Study Adult Bible Study resumes Staff & Music Meeting Staff & Centro Cam Mtg Confirmation Classes Adult Bible Study resumes Trinity Choir Rehearsal Praise Bells Rehearsal O2 Senior High Youth PraiseBAND Rehearsal Men's Bible Study Adult Bible Study Staff & Music Meeting Confirmation w/Parents Adult Bible Study Trinity Choir Rehearsal Praise Bells Rehearsal O2 Senior High Youth PraiseBAND Rehearsal Men's Bible Study Adult Bible Study Staff & Music Meeting Confirmation Classes Adult Bible Study Trinity Choir Rehearsal Praise Bells Rehearsal O2 Senior High Youth PraiseBAND Rehearsal


1 to 7 pm 5:00 pm 7:00 pm

Blood Drive River's Edge Al-Anon AA (Open to the public)


8 to noon 7:00 pm

Blood Drive River's Edge AA (Closed to the public)



Trinity Times Deadline

(for Feb. newsletter)


8:00 am 9:00 am 9:30 am

10:45 am 7:00 pm

Communion Worship Service Coffee Fellowship Communion Worship Service w/ Ella Jean Jaeger Baptism Adult Forum, Grapple & Sunday School Celebration Singers Rehearsal Contemporary Communion Worship Service AA (Closed to the public)


MARTIN LUTHER KING JR DAY 9:00 am Mission Quilters w/potluck 1:30 pm Hope Circle Bible Study 5:30 pm "The Kitchen" 6:30 pm Beth Moore Bible Study 7:00 pm YoCo Meeting 7:15 pm St Peter Choral Society 8:00 pm AA (Closed Meeting)


5:00 pm 7:00 pm

Al-Anon AA (Open to the public)


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5:00 pm 7:00 pm

Al-Anon AA (Open to the public)


7:00 pm

AA (Closed to the public)



8:00 am 9:00 am 9:30 am

Thankoffering Sunday

10:45 am 7:00 pm

Thankoffering Worship Service Coffee Fellowship Thankoffering Worship Service 2011 Budget Presented at Adult Forum Adult Forum, Grapple & Sunday School Celebration Singers Rehearsal Thankoffering Contemporary Worship Service AA (Closed to the public)


5:30 pm 6:30 pm 7:15 pm 8:00 pm

"The Kitchen" Beth Moore Bible Study St Peter Choral Society AA (Closed Meeting)


5:00 pm 7:00 pm

Al-Anon AA (Open to the public)


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5:00 pm 7:00 pm

Al-Anon AA (Open to the public)


7:00 pm

AA (Closed to the public)



8:00 am 9:00 am 9:30 am 10:30 am 10:45 am 11:30 am 3:00 pm 4:00 pm 7:00 pm

Worship Service Coffee Fellowship Worship Service Adult Forum, Grapple & Sunday School Celebration Singers Rehearsal Annual Meeting w/potluck after NO Contemporary Worship Service Potluck after Annual Meeting 7th - 9th Grade Bowling Party Area Wide Ecumenical Service/Meeting AA (Closed to the public)


5:30 pm 6:30 pm 7:15 pm 8:00 pm

"The Kitchen" Beth Moore Bible Study St Peter Choral Society AA (Closed Meeting)



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