The last Sunday in October is Reformation Sunday, but it is also Luther Day at Trinity where we celebrate all things Lutheran. It starts with a visit by “Martin Luther” who is available to have your picture taken with and to learn more about God’s grace. Also the congregation in encouraged to wear red in honor of the Holy Spirit and/or something that says Lutheran on it from a Lutheran school, camp, etc. It’s a way to celebrate our Lutheran heritage.
Then, at 11:45am, immediately at the end of the 10:30 worship service, the high school youth will serve the congregation a traditional “Lutheran” meal of brats with sauerkraut, German potato salad, jello, pretzels, apple keuchen cake, and more. We even have root beer, lemonade, and water. The meal is a freewill donation to the youth for the next year’s Trinity Youth Community Fund, and all funds raised are matched by Thrivent Financial.