Lent Wednesday Worship, 5:30 pm. Service is Holden Evening Prayer. Topic: “Walking with the Shepherd: Relationship.”
Taco Meal served by Women of Trinity, 5:30 pm.
Crew is on March 1 at 3:30 pm for all for all 3rd-6th graders!
Luther Park is looking for summer staff! They are looking for college age youth to serve as counselors and other staff. Go to www.lutherpark.org for an application and more information.
Communion Bread Bakers needed! Please sign-up on the table in the Narthex.
Volunteers Needed to remove snow from our sidewalks! Please sign-up on the table in the Narthex. We have a new tractor with snow blower that you can use.
Butter Braid Sales February 22nd through March 22nd. Help support our youth by purchasing a Butter Braid! Confirmation youth will have forms that you can sign or you can go online. Click the link, select a seller, and go from there! https://store.myfundraisingplace.com/e857f260-55a0-4175-8e04-b606cc82ec5e
High School Lock-In March 17, 6 pm till March 18 at 7 am. Friends welcome. Bring a snack to share. Need parent help between Midnight and 5 am. Deadline is February 22nd.
Bring your household items and clothes to Trinity in April Every Saturday in April, from 9 am till Noon, we are collecting items as a fundraiser for the Women of Trinity. All items should be clean and in good condition. Place clothes and shoes in a trash bag and all other items in boxes. Thank you for supporting the Women of Trinity!
Don’t forget that you can support Trinity through the Vanco app OR using the donate form on our website. Download the free app, search for Trinity Lutheran Boyceville, and go from there!
MUSINGS FROM PASTOR BRAD
One of the things I had to get used to when I moved to Wisconsin over 20 years ago was the Wisconsin wave. Everywhere I drove, people waved at me. Including strangers. It was very weird for me, coming from the Chicago area where you never gestured to anyone (at least, an appropriate gesture!) for fear of what they might do in return. So to come here and wave to people took a little getting used to. Now, I do it without even thinking and I appreciate the waves I get.
A small act of kindness, of friendliness, can go a long way. In thinking about this, I realized that this is one way that we proclaim the Gospel. It might seem weird that this would be so, but sometimes proclaiming the Gospel is something that happens without words. Small acts of friendliness, of kindness, of compassion, can make a huge difference. It can show someone that they are seen, that they are not alone or invisible in the world.
And why would think that our God could not act through those small actions of ours? God works in, through, and amongst us and when we show people that kindness and that love, God in Jesus Christ is present and active. Proclaiming the Gospel isn’t always words. It is actions too and we are called to be the hands and feet of God in the world. We proclaim the Gospel by who we are and showing the world who we are. Showing them love. Kindness. Compassion. In ways both big and small.
So continue to wave to people in your car. Offer a smile to that person you pass in the grocery store. Do those small acts of friendliness and kindness. Wave to that person you pass on the road. You never know what God will do through that small act. It could change a life.
May God bless you this day and always!