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Summer Sunday School

admin : June 19, 2017 6:47 pm : News

Children AND their parents are invited to join us for Summer Sunday School EACH Sunday!  NO Summer Sunday School on July 2 or September 3.

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Preschool at Trinity Currently Accepting Teacher Applications

admin : June 7, 2017 5:57 pm : News

Trinity Lutheran Church and School in Fergus Falls has an opening for a part-time preschool teacher (0.50 FTE) for the 2017-2018 school year.  Send application, résumé, and copy of transcript to 1150 W Cavour Ave, Fergus Falls, MN. Application deadline is June 22.


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The Mite Box

admin : April 26, 2017 8:00 am : News

Mites may be coins or bills or checks given along with prayers for mission projects. Based on the Biblical account of the widow’s mite (Luke 21:1–4), the mite box is intended for regular contributions of “mites” — offerings above and beyond the support given to congregations and the LCMS. Mite Box contributions amount to millions of dollars that fund district and national mission grants and implement the Lutheran Women’s Missionary League (LWML) program. These grants are for programs to promote the spreading of God’s Word near and far. Christ Serve Ranch/Lutheran Island Camp has been one of the recipients of a grant.

Everyone has an opportunity to support these mission projects by putting your mites in the big mite box the 1st Sunday of the month. Individuals can save their mites in their own small mite box found on the table by the greeting cards and then brought to church the 1st Sunday of the month to be but in the big mite box. The Trinity LWML thanks you for your support.

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Thrivent Action Team Projects

admin : April 26, 2017 8:00 am : News

Remember, this is a great program for Thrivent members to benefit our church and preschool!  If you are a benefit member, you can lead 2 teams per calendar year, and if you are an associate member, you can lead 1 team per year (with a maximum of 3). Please take advantage of this wonderful program!  You can use it for various fundraisers, service projects, and educational events. Questions? Ask Nadine Drevlow or Shari Sorkness.

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“Main Street Living North” Exciting Updates

admin : March 30, 2017 8:00 am : News

Three exciting announcements:  1) Our new MAIN STREET LIVING NORTH  locally produced TV ministry program has now received its own TV taping and editing equipment as a gift from the original MSL ministry of our South Dakota LCMS congregations! THANK YOU S.D. MSL! 2) We have also set up our own taping location in Immanuel Lutheran Church in Fargo. THANK YOU Immanuel! 3) And finally, the first taping of our own MSL NORTH Choir took place on March 18th! THANK YOU choir!

Each Sunday morning a different pastor from one of our MN North & ND LCMS congregations leads a 30 minute worship service called MAIN STREET LIVING NORTH, which is broadcast at 10:00 am on all of the following Fox Television affiliate stations: KVRR Fargo-Moorhead Channel 15.1, KBRR Thief River Falls-Grand Forks Channel 10.1, KJRR Jamestown Channel 7.1, KNRR Pembina Channel 12.1, and cable and satellite systems carrying these stations. A 30 minute children’s S.S. style program called “Kid’s Crossing” is shown at 10:30 am immediately following the worship service. All programs can also be seen at any time at

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Updates to the Prayer Chain

admin : February 23, 2017 2:38 pm : News

Anyone requesting prayers is asked to call the church office with their prayer requests. The church office will send out prayer requests via phone and email to the Prayer Chain. The church office will also provide written prayers to aid Prayer Chain members as they pray for their brothers and sisters in Christ. If you wish to join the Prayer Chain, please consider attending Bible Class on March 5 as Pastor Christensen covers the topic of prayer. He will answer questions
regarding prayer and how you can be involved with the prayer chain as we petition our Heavenly Father with our earthly and spiritual needs.

Rev. Noah J. Rogness

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