Pastor Denise Kwiatkowski is our part time minister and has been with our church for 4 years.
She can be reached by phone or text at 920-379-5084 or email her at
Pastor's Letter to the Church
For the past few weeks, I have heard repeatedly that I am loved, and you are thankful that I have come to Trinity. It humbles me, I don’t know how to respond except that I love you and am so thankful that the Lord sent me to Trinity. When I have heard, “loved the sermon” or “you have brought so much to Trinity”, I can’t help but say, “Thank you!” However, I need to recognize that it’s not me, it’s the Lord’s work in me. When I came to Trinity, here is what I saw: I saw a congregation that truly loved the Lord, with all their hearts, mind and strength. I saw a group of people who were hurting, not for lack of leadership, because you have that; but because you had been wandering without clear direction of a long term pastor to lead you into the promised land. I am the fortunate Joshua, who has blown the horn and knocked the walls down. As we go into the promised land of growth and fulfillment, I am thankful for those who were with you and kept your faith growing during that time, I’ve heard the names of those pastors, and now I have reaped the benefits.
For the past year, probably the theme to most of what I have preached is the 3 things that Jesus called us to do. You can name them. I have said repeatedly that if we do the first two of Love God and Love Your Neighbor, that God will naturally provide us disciples to make. As I have watched our worship number grow, our Sunday School number grow, our choir singing, there is a feeling that we are indeed doing the first two, and that God is truly providing us disciples to make. We aren’t done, we cannot get complacent. We need to not only continue on the course, but we need to be taking the next steps. We need to immerse ourselves in scripture and prayers while we wait for God to implement His plans for us.
Dear Church, it is such an honor to be serving our Lord and Savior with you. As we enter this new decade, I can’t wait to see what God has planned. But in the meantime, we need to remember the last line of Joshua 24: 15 (KJV) but as for me and my house, we will serve the LORD.