For where two or three gather in my name, there am I with them.

SERVICES
BECOME A PART OF OUR FAMILY

Sunday Worship

9:30am

Sunday School &

Bible Study

8:10am

Beginning Sept. 13th

 

What is at Trinity?

1.  ADULT  BIBLE  CLASS 
This class is a prerequisite for membership and is conducted about three times
a year.  It lasts from 10-20 weeks, covering the main Christian
teachings.   
(Contact:  Pastor Langebartels, 928-200-1827)

 2.  ALTAR  FLOWERS  
You may sign up (bulletin board in narthex) to sponsor flowers for a
particular Sunday.  (Contact:  the office at 897-3422 for procedure
and cost.)  There is also a committee which is responsible for putting up
and taking down the altar flowers each service.  (Contact the Ladies’ Aid
president)

3.  ASSEMBLE  NEWSLETTERS 
You can be a volunteer to help our church secretary send out our monthly
newsletter.  (congregational & prospective members). 
(Contact:  the office at 897-3422)

 4.  AUDIO / VISUAL COMMITTEE:
You can help keep Trinity’s audio visual equipment current and run the big
screen on designated Sundays.

 5.  AUDITING  COMMITTEE 
Each year a committee is appointed to review the financial integrity of our
books.   (Contact:  Church Council President or Treasurer)

6.   BUILDING  COMMITTEE
This appointed committee is overseeing tentative plans for future
construction.  

7.  CHOIRS 
The Sunday School children sing once a month (September thru May). 
The Adult Choir (confirmed members) meets each week for a one-hour
rehearsal.  (Contact:  Church Office)

 8.  CHURCH  CLEAN-UP 
Approximately twice a year (spring & fall), members are asked to pitch in
to assist the custodians and trustees in a major cleaning of the church.  
(Contact:  Church Council member in charge of Maintenance)

 9.  CHURCH  PICNIC 
Annually, a picnic (with games for the kids) is held on the church grounds to
enhance church unity.  This is scheduled for the Sunday following the end
of Vacation Bible School in July.   (Contact:  watch for bulletin/newsletter announcements)

10.  CHURCH  COUNCIL 
The "Church Council" is made up of the elected officers and Pastor.  It
meets monthly to oversee and conduct the church's business.   
(Contact:  Church Council President)

 11.  CHRISTMAS  DECORATING 
Each December volunteers overseen by the Church Council are invited to make
our church look festive.   (Contact:  Church Council President)

 12.  CONFIRMATION  CLASS 
Pastor Langebartels teaches this class (6th, 7th & 8th graders) which is a
prerequisite for becoming a communicant member of the church. 

(Contact:  Pastor Langebartels)

 13.  CONFIRMATION CLASS MENTORS  
You can help the confirmation class learn their memory work by being a
mentor.     (Contact: Pastor Langebartels)

 14.  CRADLE  ROLL 
This program ensures that parents of young children (pre-Sunday School)
receive printed parenting helps.  (Contact:  Church Office).

15.  ELDERS 
Four elders assist the pastor in overseeing the spiritual life of the
members.  If you are in spiritual need, or simply have questions, contact
an elder, or Pastor Langebartels.

 16.  EVANGELISM 
These people oversee and encourage outreach with the Gospel of Jesus.  
 (Contact:  Church Council member in charge of Evangelism)

 17.  FELLOWSHIP 
Activities include various potlucks throughout the year.  It's a great
way to meet people.  Watch the newsletter and bulletins for special events.

 18.  FINANCE 
This position oversees the counting and recording of offerings.  
(Contact:  Church Council Financial Secretary)

19. FOLDERS  
Each week bulletins are printed containing information that pertains to
the worship service as well as other announcements.  They need to be
assembled each week.  The folders also help assemble the newsletter
each month.  (Contact:  Church Office)

 20.  FURNISHINGS 
Members like to donate various items to the church (offices, etc).  
Before doing so, contact the Church Council.

 21.  GREETERS  
You and your family are invited to be on a rotating list of members who greet
worshipers each Sunday.  (Contact:  Church Office)

 22.  LIBRARY 
A selection of helpful Christian books are available in our library.
 (Contact:  Lorraine Kerr  897-3733)

 23.  LADIES' AID  
This group meets monthly on the first Thursday at 12:00pm for a Potluck,
Bible study, fellowship, service and to make friends. 

(Contact:  Ladies' Aid President)

 24.  LUTHERAN WOMEN'S MISSIONARY SOCIETY  
(LWMS) 
All Ladies of our congregation are automatically members in this group. 
This is a WELS national organization which promotes WELS missions at home and
abroad.  Our circuit (Lake Superior) meets twice each year for an
informational rally.  There's a national convention each summer. 
 
25.  MAILBOXES
Every family has a mailbox with the name posted above it located in the narthex. 
From time to time information will be passed out via your mailbox.

 26.  MEMORIALS 
Members like to make donations (money, and/or furnishings, etc) in loving
memory of someone.     

(Contact:  Church Council President or the Pastor)

27.  MUSIC
We desire to include talented musicians and vocalists in our worship.  
(Contact:  Pastor Langebartels)

28.  NURSERY 
Sound from the church is piped into the cry room and is available during the
worship services.

29.  OFFERING ENVELOPES 
Each year all confirmed members receive a box of offering envelopes. 
Besides special events, each box contains two types of envelopes: "General Fund"
and "Debt Fund".  General Fund offerings cover the operating expenses of
the church, while the Debt Fund will cover our existing debt from the building
project plus debt incurred by not meeting our monthly expenses.  
(Contact:  Church Council Financial Secretary)

 30.  OFFICE VOLUNTEERS 
Occasionally the church secretary could use help (assembly and copying).  

(Contact:  Church Office)

 31.  OPEN FORUMS   
Four times a year an Open Forum is held immediately after the service. 
This is your opportunity to bring your comments and concerns to the Church
Council and the congregation.

 32.  PRE-MARITAL CLASS 
Before making wedding plans, contact Pastor Langebartels.

 33.  PRE-SCHOOL  
Pre-School is available for three and four year olds. 
(Contact: Pastor Langebartels or our Pre-school teacher -   Beth Henry 920-897-3422)

 34.  SHEPHERDS’ COMMITTEE   
This committee is concerned with reaching out to the members of Trinity who have
become dormant in their partaking of the Lord’s Supper and/or their church
attendance and activity.

(Contact: Church Council Elders Chairperson)

 35.  SPIRITUAL EDUCATION (ADULT)  
Join Us!
a.  Adult Bible Study - every Sunday before the service
b.  Doctrine Refresher Courses - offered 3 times a year
c. Topical Bible Studies -  from time to time –  (times to be announced)

 36.  STEWARDSHIP 
This board is elected for the purpose of encouraging all members to give
generously for the Lord's work, and to use our time and talents to serve Him. 

(Contact:  Church Council Stewardship Chairperson)

 37.  STUDENT ASSISTANCE 
Assistance is available for students attending St. John's Lutheran Elementary
School or a synod preparatory school.  Some members like to support God's
work by helping students who are studying to become church workers.  You
may earmark special contributions to this fund.      
(Contact: Church Council President)

 38.  SUGGESTIONS 
You're encouraged to forward your ideas and suggestions to the Church Council
or place them in the box marked "Suggestions" in the narthex.

39  SUNSHINE COMMITTEE 
This is a sub-committee of the Ladies' Aid. 

(Contact:  Ladies' Aid President)

 40.  SUNDAY MORNINGS
The Bible commands us to hear God's Word, fellowship with other believers, and to
study God's Word together. 
Our Sunday morning schedule provides all three.
a.  Worship Service - 9:00am
b.  Sunday School - Time TBD
c.  Bible Study ( Adult and Teen ) - Time TBD

41.  RECORDING MINISTRY
R
ecordings of our worship services are available. 

(Contact:  Church Office)

 42.  TEENS GROUP
This group includes our high school students.  A weekly Bible class is
provided and a monthly fellowship with activities.  Each summer they attend
our WELS regional and international youth rallies.

  (Contact:  Dave Frievalt  920-897-4126 or Rocco Frievalt 920-445-5014)

 43.  TRUSTEES (MAINTENANCE) 
This elected board serves to oversee and maintain our properties and facilities. 

(Contact:  Church Council Maintenance chairperson)

 44.  USHERS 
Our ushers are to maintain order and decency so that the worshiper's communion
with God and the administration of Word and Sacraments may be promoted and
to promote good public relations for the congregation by conveying a positive,
friendly, genuinely caring impression to guests. 

(Contact:  Church Council member in charge of Elders)

 45.  VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL 
A one week VBS is conducted each summer.  Many helpers are needed.
(Contact:  Church Council member in charge of Education)

 46.  VOTERS' MEETINGS 
Voting members of our church meet quarterly (and as needed) to make major decisions. 

It is your right and responsibility as a male member (age 18 and over) to attend. 

Notice of Meetings is in the weekly Bulletin and monthly Newsletters. 
(Contact:  Church Council President)

47.  WELS  WOMEN'S RETREAT 
Each year an inspirational women's retreat is held.  It includes women
from our Northern Wisconsin District of the WELS. 

(Contact:  Church Office)

 48.  WILLS 
Members often have questions regarding how to make their will a

"Christian Will", remembering to support God's work with their assets. 
(Contact:  WELS Ministry of Christian Giving 1-800-827-5482)

 49.  YOUNG CHRISTIANS 
This group includes children in kindergarten through 8th grade.  They meet
once a month (Sept thru May). 

(Contact:  Church Council member in charge of Education)

50.  TRANSPORTATION  
This group provides rides to our services and fellowship.  
(Contact:  Church Office)

ABOUT US

Trinity Evangelical Lutheran church exist to carry out Christ’s command to make disciples of all people, using the gospel to win the lost for Christ and to strengthen believers for lives of Christian service.

ADDRESS

920-897-3422

 

201 N Louis Ave

Coleman, WI  54112

church@trinitycoleman.org

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