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Summer’s Last Blast at Trinity School – September 15th

Green Bay Lutheran School Association, along with the congregations that support us (Christ of the Bay, Faith, Our Saviour, Hope, Raized) are holding the 5th annual “Summer’s Last Blast” community festival. It is a fundraising event for Green Bay Trinity Lutheran School. This will be a community-wide festival, with games, food/drink, a huge kids activity area, and other fun for all ages. With this, we will also be offering a bean bag toss tournament, a silent auction, and the 3rd annual “Jack Natzke Memorial Kids Run” to kick off the day. We are very thankful for your support in the past, and hope to see you this year too! SLB is a large all- day party held at Our Saviour, with proceeds supporting Green Bay Trinity Lutheran School. We love new ideas. Please contact Maggie Hinz at 920-265-6432, or hinzm@greenbaytrinity.org, if you are interested in helping plan our events!

VBS Prayers and Volunteers Needed

We would appreciate your prayers and support for Splash Canyon, our VBS being held on August 13-17 from 9:00-Noon. Ask God to bring children to our program so they can know and grow in Jesus, our Savior!! Ask God to provide leaders and helpers for this important mission. Your financial support would be appreciated as well.

Lawn Mowing Needed

We need a few people to take a turn at mowing the church property.  We have a rider to use to mow our property and trimming is needed. Both mowers are located in our garage. Please consider writing your name down on the sign-up sheet for a couple weeks this summer. If we have several people helping, it won’t be such a big job for a few people. Contact our property director, Brent Hood, for more information.

Altar Flowers – 2018

The 2018 Flower Chart is available.  Please sign up to donate flowers for the altar commemorating your special events.  The cost for each arrangement is $15.00 payable by a check to Christ of the Bay Lutheran Church, placed in the offering plate in an envelope marked “Flowers”.