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MISSION STATEMENT

Trinity Lutheran Church is a Christian community Gathered by God, Living in grace, Called to love and serve.

We do this through:

Worship –Meeting Christ in Word and sacraments

Hospitality –Welcoming all people into worship and fellowship

Congregational Life –Nurturing the community of faith through faith formation, spiritual growth, building relationships, and caring for one another

Faith In Action-Spreading God’s love through word and service in the community and worship

Sunday Worship Time
9:00am 

Worship is now online on  Trinity’s YouTube channel

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Mask Protocol 06/30-07/07

In Porter County- community level is Low.

·        If Green (low transmission), mask wearing is voluntary based on individual choice with one exception. Since the Choir Loft is a small, confined area with no air circulation, masking will continue to be required for anyone singing from/ the Choir Loft.

Fellowship Signup Calendar

Announcements

VBS 2022 Canceled!
 
We are sad to say that Trinity Lutheran Church will not be able to hold Vacation Bible School as planned (July 5-8). This decision to cancel is painful and comes about only because of the confluence of two factors: 1) very low enrollment (during a holiday week) on our end and 2) organizational problems on the part of our staffers from Luther Road.
 
We apologize for any problems this causes with individual schedules. Pastor Tim expresses his personal disappointment that he will miss the community formed as the kids, helpers, crew leaders, and adults all work together.

 

Parish News

TUESDAY NIGHT YOGA
With Trinity opening up again, Health Ministry is excited to start our popular Yoga class with instructor Susan Rizer. 

When: Tuesday’s
(and Tuesdays thereafter)
Time: 7:00-8:00 PM
Place: Our “new” Fellowship Hall
Fee: $25.00 for 5 session punch card
 or $6.00 per class.
Bring your own mat and water bottle. Dress casually. Children (age 6+) are welcome to participate with a parent. 
Enter building through parking lot door on Layfayette St.
Questions? Email Linda Beach at lehanson26@att.net

News From Stephen Ministry
Ann Baas    

(219) 476-5926
George Reichler
(219) 477-2080
Terry Paarlberg
(219) 242-4035
 

Holding Each Other In Prayer 
*Names will remain on the prayer list for 4 weeks. If you would like them to remain on the list longer, please contact the office.**

 
 
Lauren Mache
Keith Gingerich
Lois Scheerer
Susan Swanson
Phyllis Kersten
Thomas Reichler
Lois Stanley
Eden Preston
Nikki Garwood
Stephanie Yeager
Barbara Baldwin
(Niece of Anna Mae Wheeland)
Dolores Steil
(mother of Valerie Steil)
Karen and Bobby
(niece and nephew of Judy Phillips)
Holly Forker
Zelie
(friend of Jane Schreiner)
David Lauridsen
(brother of Kirsten Renehan)
Bob
(brother of Chuck Anderson)
Sandi Anderson
(wife of Chuck Anderson)
Marcie
(sister of Marty Swinehart)
Dorsey 
(daughter of Annamae Wheeland) 

April Pantry Report
 
In April 153 families helping 326 people were taken care of at the pantry.  Regular pantry Easter baskets were given on Monday and Wednesday before Easter Sunday and the FOP Lodge #76 delivered 35 boxed Easter meals on Saturday. At total of 72 Easter ‘dinners’ which included a choice of ham or turkey were given out. Plans are being made for the storing of the postal boxes that will be collected on May 14th. Pantry volunteers pick up the boxes at the main post office and our crew of volunteers bring them to the pantry location. The Shop managers have offered a major area in the resale shop for storing many of the boxes until pantry volunteers can sort the food and return the boxes to the post office.  THANK YOU SHOP LADIES!  No food items are being requested for the pantry now since the big collection is expected in May. Items for Kid’s Kits will be needed for June distribution but even that request is put ‘on hold’ for now due to limited space for storing those items and the expectation that a number of ‘kit’ items will be in with the postal drive food.
 
A huge ‘thank you’ must be sent to the postal carriers who pick up the food items from mail boxes, for the many sorters at the post office, the large number of volunteers picking up the food from the post office for their various pantries and to the people donating to this awesome project. Many families in the area will benefit from all these efforts.
 
 
Nan (219) 464-6179
Sharon (219) 464-1764

 
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Trinity Lutheran Church, Valparaiso is proud to be a Reconciled In Christ congregation, welcoming people of all gender identities and sexual orientations as part of this community of the people of God.

    • Trinity Lutheran Church
    • 201 N. Washington Street
    • Valparaiso, Indiana 46383
  • (219) 462-9624


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