Pastor Denise Kwiatkowski is our part time minister and has been with our church since 2016.
She can be reached by phone or text at 920-379-5084 or email her at
Pastor's Letter to the Church
As I was chopping vegetables for bean soup, using leftover ham from Easter, because there were only two of us to eat the ham, and how many days in a row can you eat ham? I began thinking of my people at Trinity, because bean soup is kind of a happy medium between pea soup and chili, and it’s how my mind wanders. And I was going through my prayer list, crying because of the onions, not because I miss you. If you believe that, I’ve got a bridge to sell you!
But church in the midst of tears, frustration, learning new things in technology, I am reminded that we are indeed so blessed by our Lord. We live in a time and place that allows us to worship God the way He should be worshiped, as a body. No, we can’t go into our building, but we have live stream, we have sermons and children’s lessons on our website and Facebook, we have had drive in services. There are many churches in the United States in towns of 500 people, who have none of that. Our state hasn’t shut down drive in worship, or regulated that we can’t have music on our worship videos. Certainly, we have more religious freedom than many countries in the world.
We have a group of people who are reaching out to each other on a regular basis. We have a group of people who are praying for you. We have a church family full of love for each other. We have a deep and abiding faith.
Matthew 18: 20 For where two or three gather in my name, there am I with them.”
Yes, as I contemplate life right now, it’s easy to get caught up in the stress and anxiety of this pandemic. It seems that everywhere we turn there it is, in our faces. But if you want to settle down as you settle in place, when you turn, next time:
Turn your eyes upon Jesus Look full in His wonderful face And the things of earth will grow strangely dim In the light of His glory and grace
Church, I love you.
Though we are physically separated, we are together in spirit. Let’s continue to “meet together” through phone calls, text messages, e-mails, Facebook, greeting cards, etc. We all need reminders that we are not alone!
Let us hold fast to the confession of our hope without wavering, for he who has promised is faithful. And let us consider how to provoke one another to love and good deeds, not neglecting to meet together, as is the habit of some, but encouraging one another, and all the more as you see the Day approaching. Hebrews 10:23-25