Baptism is the sacrament of the Lutheran Church in which we are adopted into the family of God and begin a promising new life in Christ.
Read more about baptism at Trinity here.
Schedule Your Wedding
We welcome any and all baptized Christians to be married at Trinity Lutheran Church. Weddings are an important ministry in the worship life of Trinity. Your wedding is a special celebration of God’s love in your relationship which is shared with family and friends. The pastors of Trinity are happy to provide guidance in arranging your wedding.
To inquire about available dates, contact Amber Moltzau, Office Administrator at 715-832-6601. If the date you desire is available and you have reviewed all the information found in Trinity's Wedding Planner below, the next step is to contact Pastor Sarah Semmler Smith to complete a Wedding Reservation form. Reservations for a particular date are guaranteed only after the form is completed and any applicable deposit is paid.
Our Wedding Planner includes detailed information on scheduling and planning your wedding.
View Trinity's Wedding Planner
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Contact Amber Moltzau
Contact Pastor Sarah Semmler Smith
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Lutheran Christians believe in Jesus Christ whose bodily death and resurrection made possible life everlasting. The gathering of family and friends, who form a community of hope for a funeral or memorial service, is a rich opportunity to recall the promises of God through Christ. Because of His suffering, death, and resurrection to new life, each time we gather to worship upon the death of a loved one, we do so in the context of God’s promise. Every funeral includes praising God in Christ who is our hope and our salvation, even as we remember the deceased and give thanks to God for the time shared with that person.
A funeral or memorial service should be comforting to those who mourn as well as bear witness to our faith in Jesus Christ. The concern of gathered friends does minister to our grief but, above all else, a funeral is a service of worship to God. There, in God’s presence together, we witness to our faith in the communion of saints, the resurrection of the body, and the life ever-lasting.
The information in the Funeral Planning Guide below is designed to support and guide families making plans upon the death of a loved one, and to provide a tool for planning for the future when your life on this earth ends.
View the Funeral Planning Guide and Worksheet