All services are now both virtual and in person. See below for details. Watch live stream of the 9:30 service on Facebook or our Web page.
Worship service on Sundays is at 9:30 AM, both virtually and in person on a limited basis. (40 people allowed - call 694-5050 to reserve a spot) Drive-thru communion is offered every Sunday from 10:30-11:15.
During restricted in-person gatherings, the work of the gospel continues through the ministries of Trinity. We welcome all to partner with us.
If you are seeking a community of persons that lives their faith through service to others and the planet, join us. Feel free to contact me with questions or available opportunities. Love, Pastor Tom
Trinity continues making strides in providing safe in-person worship opportunities. Currently, in-person worship attendance at our 9:30 AM service is limited to 40 persons. In addition to Sunday worship, we offer in-person worship at our 11:00 AM Second Thursday of the month service of Word and Sacrament. You are invited to call Kirsten, Trinity's Church Administrator, to reserve your place for these services (262-694-5050).
For all in-person gatherings at church, please wear a mask, refrain from singing and stay home if not feeling well. All persons entering the building must use the provided hand sanitizer and practice physical distancing.
Sunday worship will continue to be live-streamed at 9:30 AM through our website, Facebook page and Zoom. Persons may listen to the audio portion of the service by calling into the Zoom meeting. We welcome participation in the service through prerecorded video and audio. Please contact Kirsten to make arrangements.
Pastor Tom offers a weekly recorded meditation on Tuesday evenings at 6:00 PM that he publishes on Trinity's Facebook and YouTube platforms. He also sends daily, prerecorded devotional calls at 10:00 AM to anyone who would like it, especially those members and friends who may not have internet at home.
Kathy Baas continues coordinating prayer concerns. If interested in serving on our prayer team, please contact Kirsten.
Trinity Leadership believes the difficult decisions made over the past year and the ones we continue to make regarding in-person gatherings have saved lives and prevented serious, long-term illness. Together, we have shared the love of Christ for our neighbor by sacrificing our desire to gather in person for worship. We ask everyone to please get vaccinated.
Please reach out to any council member or Pastor Tom with questions or concerns. We continue to hold each other in prayer and look forward to the day we may fully gather in person once again.
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Memorial Day through Labor Day
One service at 9:00 am
(second Thursday each month)
11am (30 minute worship including Holy Communion)
7104 - 39th Avenue
Kenosha, WI 53142
Fun and casual for
all ages and families
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