Easter Sunrise Service

April 21st @ 6:30 a.m.

To be held in the Outdoor Chapel (or lodge depending on weather).

The service is hosted by Bethlehem Lutheran and Trinity Lutheran Churches, New Haven, MO. It will be followed by breakfast, served by the youth of Bethlehem and Trinity. A freewill donation with proceeds going towards Summer VBS will be taken.

Vacation Bible School

May 29th-31st

Bring your children, grandchildren, relatives, friends, and neighbors to Vacation Bible School this year!

At Camp Trinity VBS, kids have fun being kids as they explore the Bible, make new friends, sing songs, and learn how Jesus works through them in their everyday lives.

Get excited for a camping adventure that makes a lasting impact on kids as they sing songs, act out Bible stories, make crafts, and eat tasty treats.

Come and see what Vacation Bible School is all about!

There will also be time for recreation including swimming, hiking, canoeing, fishing etc.

Lunch will be served daily.  There is no cost and transportation is available if necessary. Closing service for the entire family at Camp Trinity on May 31st at 6  p.m.

Email us for a registration form at camptrinity73@yahoo.com

Shamrock Day

June 1st, 2019

Camp Trinity is gearing up for its Annual Shamrock Day, to be held June 1st, which will include a 5K Trail Race, 1 mile Fun Run and Fishing Derby. The purpose of this day is to bring families together for a morning of fun. Summer is a great time for families to spend time together outdoors and what better place to do that, than at Camp Trinity. This is an opportunity for your whole family to enjoy.

The 5K race (@ 8a.m.), will take the participants all over the rolling hills, fields and forests of Camp Trinity. Following the race will be the annual Fishing Derby. Participants of all ages will cast away for the chance of winning various prizes. A devotional Awards Ceremony will take place following the Fishing Derby.

Serv’n in the Hills

June 2 -June 7, 2019

Servant Events are to “provide unique opportunities for spiritual, emotional, physical and intellectual growth in a work setting” and to “provide participants with different cultural experiences.” At our SERV’N IN THE HILLS, we hope to accomplish these objectives in a number of ways.

Worship, Bible Study, singing, work, reflection and community building will be important components of SERV’N IN THE HILLS. We will use these components to relate experiences of service to daily life and faith.

Participants will be working on several projects including new construction, reconstruction and landscaping. The youth will also work with the elderly in the local community for two afternoon work sessions.

Seminar on the Bible and Creation

August 8-11, 2019

Six session – Five speakers – Fours days of learning and growth!

Session Topics

1. What is Lutheran Preaching?

2. The Biology of Creation versus Evolution

3. The Astrophysics of Creation of versus Evolution

4. Proof for the Long Ending of the Gospel of Mark

5. New Evidence for the Authorship of Hebrews

6. Proof There Is Only One Historic Text for the Old Testament

7. Remembering Herman Otten: His Place in the History of American Lutheranism

Speakers

Rev. Wayne Mueller M.Div.
Retired Parish Pastor, Vice President of the WELS, Professor of Systematic Theology, and lecturer on Ephesians, at Wisconsin Lutheran Seminary, Mequon, Wisconsin.
Rev. Rolf Preus MDiv, STM, LCMS
Author of Christ for Us: Catechism Sermons of Rolf D. Preus
Rev. Prof Jack Cascione
M.Div., M.F.A.; author of In Search of the Biblical Order and Repetition in the Bible
Doctor Doyle Holbird
Bethany Lutheran College, Mankato, Minnesota
Rev. Dr. John Spangler
Retired Professor of Astrophysics at Concordia Mequon
Rev. Steven Spencer, WELS
Pastor of Trinity Lutheran Church, Sierra Vista, Arizona