SUNDAY MORNINGS, 9:15 A.M. IN THE SCIENCE ROOM
LED BY BRIAN AND JOAN FORKE
BEGINNING SEPTEMBER 15TH

John wrote so that his readers might “believe that Jesus is the Christ, the Son of God,” so that they may have life in His name (John 20:31).

Brian and Joanie make use of the powerful motion picture portrayal of this Gospel in DVD format.  Each lesson includes a brief video clip, followed by great teaching and insight from the Forke’s.

Brian is the head of the English Department at Milwaukee Lutheran High School.  The Forke’s have been long time members of Trinity and bring a tremendous amount of preparation into their studies.

Trinity’s science room is located in the lower level, just to the left as you exit the elevator.  Coffee and refreshments are available in the nearby gymnasium prior to the start of this study.



SUNDAY EVENINGS, 4:00 P.M.
MEETS WEEKLY THROUGHOUT THE YEAR
LED BY RYAN CAMPBELL
LOCATION ALTERNATES BETWEEN CAMPBELL'S AND LEHENBAUER'S

Perhaps more than the other three Gospel accounts, Matthew repeatedly points his readers back to the Old Testament to remind them of how Jesus, time and again, fulfilled what was written by the prophets.

Matthew shows Jesus as the King who:

  • Lives today after suffering, dying, and rising again to save us;
  • Gives life, salvation, comfort, and hope;
  • Desires everyone as a member of His kingdom;
  • Invites us to trust in Him as we live as His people.

SUNDAYS AT 4:00 P.M.
BEGINS SEPTEMBER 22nd
ALTERNATING AT THE HOMES OF AND LED BY
JOHN & TARA SALESKA; CHRIS & KRISTI WEBER
On-site babysitting provided!

How does the Jesus of the New Testament compare to the Jesus as he is perceived by our culture or even the Jesus we think we know so well? Thousands of books have been written about Jesus, and yet still he remains an elusive historical figure for many.

“For several years I taught a class on Jesus that relied on movie depictions of his life.  Out of that class came this book, for teaching it gave me a new and different perspective on his work—his teachings, his miracles, his death and resurrection—and ultimately, who he was and why he came.  In this book I emphasize the relational and personal rather than the scholarly.  Who was this man Jesus?  What was he like?  No one who meets Jesus ever stays the same.”

Philip Yancey, author of The Jesus I Never Knew


EVERY OTHER SUNDAY EVENING, 6:00 P.M.
BEGINNING SEPTEMBER 22nd
LED BY BRIAN & ANGELA AXTMAN
HOSTED BY DAN & GINNY JAGLA

Brian and Angela are leading a study on one of the letters of Paul found in the New Testament.  At our first meeting, we will decide as a group which letter with which we want to begin our study.

There are over a dozen epistles authored by Paul, precious writings to the early church which provided the doctrinal foundations of the Christian Church.  Paul wrote in response to heresies that already began to emerge in the years following Christ’s ascension.  He also wrote to encourage and equip the many churches he established on his three missionary journeys throughout the Roman world.

All the Scriptures, Paul’s letters included, are the inspired Word of God, so it’s not merely Paul giving us his advice, but God’s own divine and authoritative Word through the pen of Paul.  For that reason, Paul’s letters are as relevant and essential to Christians of the 21st century as they were to those of the first.

This small group meets every other Sunday evening at Dan and Ginny Jagla’s home in Mequon beginning at 6:00 p.m.



SUNDAYS AT 6:30 P.M.
BEGINNING SEPTEMBER 22ND
LED AND HOSTED BY FRED & CINDY MOLLWITZ

Nothing lifts us out of fear and weariness like hope. An anchor through life's storms, hope buoys our spirits and seeks to make a way when we face tough times. After 40 years of ministry and speaking to hurt hearts, Max Lucado, who has authored this book and study, has learned that the promises of God will give you the strength you need.

Each session in Unshakable Hope explores one Biblical promise that will help equip you to face every day with courage. 

Fred and Cindy lead this study from their home twice a month on Sunday evenings at 6:30 p.m