Stewardship Update

2019 Pledge Cards are Due

If you have not already done so, please turn in your pledge card for 2019 giving. Having an advance idea of our members’ intentions helps the Planning Council to prepare a more accurate budget for the year ahead. You may place your card in an offering plate, or give it to Karen in the office. Thank you for your ongoing faithfulness and commitment to Trinity!

Remember: December 31 is the last day to make a donation to Trinity for the current tax year. Please check to see that you are up-to-date on your giving for 2018. Thanks!


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Food Basket Donations

food-basket-clipart-1Thanks to all who donated for the annual East Madison Community Center (EMCC) Christmas basket food drive! The Lay Ministry team will use the money collected to purchase the food items on our list and deliver them to EMCC.

We appreciate your ongoing support of this program!

~Trinity Lay Ministry Commission

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Congregational Meeting Dec. 16

Trinity Transition Plan

We will have a congregational meeting Sunday, Sunday, Dec. 16, to discuss the transition plan outlined in the mailing that was sent out to members last week. Steve Kottke from the Synod office will answer any questions you may have about the proposed process.


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Concert at Trinity


Dave King Trio, courtesy Big Fish Booking Co.

Coming up on Sunday, December 16 at 7 p.m., our neighbors on Winnebago Street, the Arts + Literature Laboratory, will be using Trinity’s sanctuary for a concert by the Dave King Trio. Hailing from Minnesota and Michigan, the jazz trio has performed at New York’s well known Village Vanguard. Use this link to hear one of their NY performances:

The musical evening will start with a set by the Madison-based group, Major Vistas. You can check them out at:


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Sermon: Nov. 11, 2018

Twenty-fifth Sunday after Pentecost

(Pastor Sue’s last Sunday at Trinity)

Today I am, as the kids would say, “feeling all the feels.” My heart is full, and I know I’m not the only one. It’s more than just the fact that we are saying goodbye to one another for now, which would be enough. It’s also the state of the world these days—the fires and floods, the grief and gun violence, the famine, war, illness, vicious political rhetoric, shrinking polar ice caps—any of it, all of it! Sometimes it seems like Chicken Little might have been right; the sky is falling. Continue reading

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