Summer Sunday Worship

Indoor and outdoor options!
Join us at 8:30 a.m. at Trinity or 10 a.m. at the Drive-in in Houlton, Wisconsin. Summer Sunday worship schedule runs Memorial Day weekend thru Labor Day weekend.

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Watch online worship

Sundays at 8:30 a.m. or watch anytime
At the cabin? Can’t make it to church? The indoor worship service is livestream to Facebook and available to watch online here on our website.

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Drive-in Worship

Sundays at 10 a.m. in Houlton, Wisconsin
Worship from your car or lawn chair. Every Sunday through Labor Day weekend. Mark your calendar for our special feature Sundays!

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Rename the Garden Room

Thank you for submitting your creative ideas! Cast your vote for a new name for the Garden Room. We have three finalists: Gathering Room, River Room and Root 115.

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Let’s Go! Upcoming Event

Twins Game and Target Field Tour
Friday, Aug. 23
Tour at 3:30 pm  |  Game at 7:10 pm
The LET’S GO! team invites you to a unique “behind the scenes” tour to learn some history and facts about Twins baseball and the nationally recognized Target Field.

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Trinity Email Lists

You are an important part of our faith community! And we want to keep you informed according to your preferences. Please see the descriptions of our email subscription lists and choose what you’d like to receive.

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Sabbath, Stillness, Stability and Mustard Seeds

Sabbath, Stillness, Stability and Mustard Seeds

I’ve been feeling pretty nostalgic lately. It might be a mix of turning ten years old both in ministry and of being a parent. I know, I know, just getting started. But still.

Perhaps it’s also giving thanks for a season of ministry that is noticeably less pivoting and as overarchingly problematic as the pandemic. Not that there aren’t big challenges still before us, God knows there always are.

But it has felt different to plan and dream and build again as the Body of Christ. To vision and wonder and consider the mustard seeds God has put before us.

To be still and serene even, in the starting stages.

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Putting Flesh on our Faith

Putting Flesh on our Faith

In the evening his disciples went down to the sea, got in the boat, and headed back across the water to Capernaum. It had grown quite dark and Jesus had not yet returned. A huge wind blew up, churning the sea. They were maybe three or four miles out when they saw Jesus walking on the sea, quite near the boat. They were scared senseless, but he reassured them, “It’s me. It’s all right. Don’t be afraid.” So they took him on board. In no time they reached land—the exact spot they were headed to.   – John 6:16-21 (MSG)

How often have we found ourselves traveling to an uncertain end? Darkness, storms, conflict, no map, unfamiliar roads leave us feeling adrift, rudderless, afraid.

Fear seems to undergird much of the current dialogue in our nation and community. The things is, we can’t stand on fear. Fear impels reaction: flight, fight or freeze in response to a perceived threat. Fear is useful in limited ways. But fear is not a foundation on which to build because fear cannot sustain us, support us, or strengthen us.

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