“Get up and go.” If you were to ask me to quote some of the most important phrases in the Bible…these words would definitely be in my top five. Some … Continue reading Get Up and Go
In my younger days, I would take youth groups out on cross-country trips to build homes with Habitat for Humanity. On the night before we left, we would always gather with … Continue reading To Tell the Truth
Last Sunday afternoon, members of Trinity Lutheran Church gathered on Zoom for our first-ever online annual meeting. I love annual meetings. I really do. And while I would much prefer … Continue reading Trinity Annual Meeting Recap: We’re Moving Forward
Dear Trinity friends, We have made the difficult decision to cancel, postpone or reshape all programming at Trinity through Friday, March 27. This is a bold act of love that … Continue reading A Trinity Update on the COVID-19 Health Crisis
On Sunday, a new book chronicling the 100 year history of Trinity Lutheran Church will be released as a part of the Trinity100 Festival Worship service. Let Us All Be … Continue reading “Let Us All Be Builders” Releases Sunday
Today is the day! 100 years ago this evening, a group of about 60 people gathered in the Universalist Church building in downtown Owatonna and decided that it was time … Continue reading Today is the Day! Happy Birthday…To Us!
So how are you coming on those New Year’s resolutions? Are you on track? Or have you faltered? Have you been successful at (fill in the blank) losing weight, or … Continue reading Through Jesus’ Love: We Welcome
Ok, I have to admit…I like coffee. You probably know that. You see me walking around church with my giant Mickey Mouse coffee cup. And, in the church world, we … Continue reading Coffee AND Mission…at the same time!
I have a group of good friends who live in California. They never tire of reminding me that they live in the land of beaches, palm trees and movie stars, … Continue reading Point
Trinity is a high-energy congregation, and it seems like everything is changing…all the time. And that’s ok. Change doesn’t scare us…we embrace the ongoing movement of God’s Spirit in our … Continue reading TableTalk on Sunday Morning
The CAT survey (Congregational Assessment Tool) that Trinity undertook in late winter/early spring reports on the health and vitality of the congregation. As I’ve reported in my first blog post … Continue reading CAT Results Part 3: Direction