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Trinity Lutheran Church: Welcome to Our Family

GATHERING people who GROW in faith and SHARE Jesus with all.


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We gather together in worship and fellowship to share in Word and Sacrament ministry, Bible-based sermons, and to the praise and glory of our triune God. This Christ-centered foundation for our faith sets the stage for all we do as Trinity Lutheran Church and School.


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We grow together in Christian Education to strengthen our knowledge of both Law and Gospel at all ages. A thoughtful and thorough study of God's living Word equips us to share the Gospel.


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We go beyond the walls of our church and school to share the love and forgiveness of our Savior Jesus Christ. When we leave the building, we do not leave the church - the Church leaves the building and enters the mission field.


First Sunday after Christmas
“What’s the Deal With Christmas?”
Rev. James L. Mayland
9am Sunday, January 1, 2023 in the Upper Sanctuary
Trinity Lutheran Church & School
Wausau, Wisconsin

FOCUS Long ago Joseph, the son of Jacob, learned to see the Lord’s hand even
in sorrowful circumstances. What was meant for harm, the Lord used for good. We
learn to speak these words only by faith. Though the firstborn sons of Bethlehem
suffered the ultimate cost because of Jesus, through Herod’s atrocity the prophet’s
word was fulfilled. “Out of Egypt I have called My Son.” Once more we are reminded
that nothing can prevent God from accomplishing His purpose, especially when that
purpose is redeeming us from sin and its death and bestowing upon us everlasting
life. Hidden in Bethlehem’s sorrow is the mercy of God. To voices crying from the pain
of death come too soon, He gives the gift of life that death cannot steal. This is what
Jesus is born to accomplish, and in Egypt He is kept safe for this saving work so that
we and the infant sons of Bethlehem may rejoice in life stronger than death.

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