Trinity Tidings Sept. 12, 2021

Posted on: September 12th, 2021 by Brad Peterson


Sign-up to schedule your photography appointment for our new Church Directory!  You can sign-up at church on Sundays or online Monday-Friday at   Enter the church code of wi128 and the password directory and then follow the instructions.  Photography dates are November 3rd-6th and each family photographed gets a free 8×10 and a directory.

Calling all 3rd thru 6th Graders! The Crew is back on September 22nd!  You are invited to be part of The Crew meeting at Trinity every other Wednesday. We will have games, activities, faith time, snacks, and much more. The Crew is meant to be somewhere your kids can hang out, grow closer together, grow closer to God, and become stronger in faith. Friends are welcome to attend with you. Our first meeting will be Wednesday, September 22nd from 3:30pm-5pm. We are excited to have you back!

Crew Snacks needed!  See sign-up on the table in the Narthex

Bibles will be distributed on Sunday, October 3rd at 9 am.  Please let Sunday School or PB know if your child needs a Bible.

Mission Trip Presentation has been moved to October 3rd at 9 am.

2022 ELCA Youth Gathering Informational Meeting is Sunday, October 3rd at 10:15am. All youth currently in high school are eligible to attend the Youth Gathering in Minneapolis on July 24 – 28, 2022.

Oktoberfest Craft & Vendor Fair. Saturday, October 9th, 9 am till 2pm at Tiffany Creek Elementary.  Sponsored by the Women of Trinity!

Fall Family Fest, Sunday, October 10th, 3:30 pm till 5:00 pm Inflatable, food, games, and more!  All ages are welcome! 

Sign up to mow the church lawn:

Sign up to water and weed our garden:

Don’t forget that you can support Trinity through the GivePlus app OR using the donate form on our website.  Download the free app, search for Trinity Lutheran Boyceville, and go from there! 


  Today the NFL season begins and I’m very excited because I love watching NFL football (yes, I know the first game was Thursday.  But it really starts to today.  To me at least).  There is a weird thing going on amongst the fan base of my beloved Chicago Bears: hope.  Why is there hope?  Well, the Bears drafted a new quarterback in the first round named Justin Fields who had an incredible career at Ohio State and seems to have a lot of the skills needed to be a successful quarterback in the National Football League.  I’ve been asked my many of you what I thought about this new player and my response is always the same: I assume that since he is wearing a Bears jersey he will stink.  I know, a glum take by me.

   However, the overall fan base is not feeling that way.  They are full of hope, believing that Justin Fields is the answer to our decades of terrible quarterback play (want to know how bad it is? Check out this article right here: Ranking All 45 Bears Quarterbacks Since the Team Last Won the Super Bowl – The Ringer).  They are thinking that Fields is going to be the savior of our franchise and help us to get to the Super Bowl.  Justin Fields has brought them hope and hope is a powerful thing.

  You know who brings hope in our daily lives?  The actual Savior, Jesus Christ, the Messiah.  This Jesus comes defeating sin and death, forgiving us of our sin, promising to be with us always till the end of the age, and reminding us that he is our resurrection and life.  Jesus comes every day to you to lift you up, give you strength, comfort you in the midst of your hardship and grief, and bearing your burdens.  Jesus is a real Savior who day after day gives his life for your life, day after day reminds you that you are loved, day after day giving you grace and mercy.  Jesus has come to save you and give you hope.  Always.

   Look, I don’t know if Justin Fields is going to lead the Bears to the promised land of a Super Bowl victory, but I do know this: my Savior Jesus Christ will bring me to eternal life.  I know that as I cry after another Bears defeat to the Green Bay Packers, the Lord will be there to comfort me.  I know that in Jesus I always have hope, for my faith resides not in a quarterback but in the Son of God, the Word made flesh, the Messiah, Jesus Christ.  May you place your faith in this same Savior and receive the hope that all receive in Jesus Christ.  Thanks be to God!