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At Trinity we have many great groups for members to join, volunteer and participate in fellowship. We hope you’ll join us!

If you enjoy sewing, crocheting, knitting, or other kinds of 
crafting...we would love to have you join us here at Trinity; as we have a great group of people that are very giving and enjoy participating and contributing to the needs of many.


The Bazaar Committee plans, makes items for, and executes the annual church bazaar held in the Multi-purpose Room at Trinity on the first Sunday of November each year, along with the Annual Sausage Dinner. All members of Trinity are encouraged to make items at home to contribute to the bazaar.


Proceeds go to needs of the Trinity Church family:  They have been used to buy a freezer, put a new floor in the kitchen, along with kitchen cabinets, fix gutters and clean carpets, to mention a few.


Members work on gift items at home, assist congregational members as desired with items they can make at home and meet at church to work on gifts for the bazaar throughout the year. Meeting times and dates are listed in the Sunday Divine Service Bulletins.


New members are always welcome!

For more information and details, please call Jan Singleton at 636-462-3064.


BazaarMitten Tree


The Christmas Bazaar held during the Sausage Dinner was a great success, with the Bazaar bringing in a little over $1,500.00!  Thank you to everyone that helped make craft items and baked good to sell that day and for all your help and support.  The Bazaar also wish to thank all that made purchases that day, and for choosing to do your holiday shopping with us!



The Bazaar Committee cannot find the words to express the joy in what Trinity's church family accomplished this year.  With generous contributions from individuals and organizations of Trinity.... and a very special shout out to the Men's Club for their exceedingly generous check... we were able to accomplish more this year than we ever have!  So far we have given Christmas gifts and assistance to two senior gentlemen (one 80 years young, and one 89 years young), and three families...two families of three, and one family of seven.  In addition, we ended up with a few $ left over.  I have told the Robertson Center that if someone comes to the shelter in the next two weeks, we can make sure they have Christmas gifts.  If no one comes in, we will have a head start on next year.  Thank you all for sharing your blessings with those less fortunate.

~ Bazaar Director, Jan Singleton


Our Mitten Tree, pictured to the right, was filled again this year with donated hats, gloves, socks, etc. to go to Trinity Lutheran Church in Soulard St. Louis, Wind River Indian Mission in Wyoming, and local schools.  Again, thanks to all who contributed!



Matthew 25: 34-40

Food Pantry Donations