“And I pray that you, being rooted and established in love, may have power, together with all the Lord’s holy people, to grasp how wide and long and high and deep is the love of Christ” — Ephesians 3:17-18
Adolescence can be a fun and exciting stage of life. It can also be scary and challenging.
The Youth Group at Trinity Lutheran Church exists to edify the teens of Trinity in their Christian faith as they grow in the knowledge of the Lord, learn from their peers, and strengthen Christ-centered friendships through Bible study, mission work, service, and social activities. At Trinity, we want our youth to learn the truths of God’s Word regarding the plan of salvation and to grow in their faith; for our youth to know the Bible and to be comfortable using it. Through a variety of activities, students will strengthen their understanding of God’s Word through using the Bible.
All teens grades 7–12 are invited to attend youth group activities (unless otherwise specified) and are encouraged to bring friends to all youth group activities. Here are some exciting and fun opportunities for our youth to grow in God’s Word at Trinity:
Bible Studies: Teen Bible Study is offered weekly as a part of Trinity’s Bible Study hour in between regular worship services from 9:40–10:30am. Attend with (or without) your parents and dig deeper into God’s word and what it means for your day-to-day-life. Classes rotate every 4-8 weeks—join anytime!
Service Opportunities: Aiding and assisting other church activities and groups.
Fellowship: Gathering with church members and friends while growing in faith through devotions and fun activities.
Mrs. Reinke serves as Trinity’s Youth Ministry Coordinator. She has been working in youth ministry at Trinity since 2007 when she committed to being the Director of Vacation Bible School. She served in this role for 8 years and in in 2013, she added the role of Youth Group Leader to help serve the teens of our congregation. Mrs. Reinke has been a member at Trinity for over 13 years with her husband Matt, and their three children, Samantha, Joshua and Daniel. Mrs. Reinke also serves as an adjunct professor of psychology at Wisconsin Lutheran College and as an urban school counselor with Christian Family Solutions. In her free time she enjoys baking, gardening and spending time with extended family. With the many demands on her time, Mrs. Reinke relies on the comfort of Philippians 4:13: I can do all this through him who gives me strength.
Call, text or email Mrs. Laura Reinke anytime!
(414) 254-3397 or firstname.lastname@example.org