Ordinary to the Extraordinary
Sundays, Feb. 10, 17 & 24 at 10:30 am in the Living Room (lower level by 3rd St. entrance)
We are so excited to welcome Pastor Kris Linner as our guest speaker for this series. Together we will explore how Jesus called, loved and transformed the disciples and what that means to daily discipleship.
Wednesday, Feb. 27 at 6:15 pm in the Living Room at Trinity
(lower level by 3rd St. entrance)
Planning for college can be complicated. Come learn three money-saving strategies from experts and get a head-start on the process. All current high school students and parents are invited to attend this FREE college planning strategies workshop.
Wednesday, April 3, 6-7:30 pm
During Lent we invite individuals and small groups at Trinity and throughout our community to read and study Dr. Jacqueline Bussie’s book Love Without Limits. Free study guide available to download below. Then join us for a visit from the author on April 3!
Dr. Jacqueline Bussie—bestselling author, award-winning professor, theologian of the church, and engaging public speaker—will discuss her new book at Trinity Lutheran Church on April 3, 2019. The presentation will be based on Bussie’s new book, Love Without Limits, which received rave reviews from the Chicago Tribune and Publisher’s Weekly, who deemed it a “must-read.” Dr. Bussie serves as Director of the Forum on Faith and Life and Professor of Religion at Concordia College in Moorhead, Minnesota, where she chairs the new Interfaith Studies minor and teaches courses in theology, compassion and hope, Christian ethics, and religion and culture. Love Without Limits is a memoir and a how-to-guide for love across division and difference in these troubled times. Through poignant personal memoir, engaging theological reflection, inspiring true stories of boundary-busting friendships, creative readings of scripture, and surprising shout-outs to some of love’s unsung heroes, Bussie challenges readers to practice a love so vast, it excludes no one.
Questions? Please contact Pastor Peter.