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May
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1997
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Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Vacation Bible School Children Donating to Operation Cross Roads, August 1973

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Published In
Ann Arbor News, August 11, 1973
Caption
'Living God's Love' Children attending vacation church school this week at Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church here have been bringing offerings for Operation Cross Roads, a program of assistance to American Indians operating out of Ausustana Lutheran Church in Minneapolis, Minn. Theme of the vacation church school is "Living God's Love." Operation Cross Roads ministers to American Indians who migrate to Minneapolis from reservations in northern Minnesota and the Dakotas. Shown are, left to right, Pamela Ingebrigtsen, Gus Meyers, Mark Wellman and Jule Hibbard.

John W. and Jean Sedlander, April 1970

John W. and Jean Sedlander, April 1970 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, April 25, 1970
Caption
Couple Honored Mr. and Mrs. John W. Sedlander are being honored as "Church Couple of the Month" by the Ann Arbor Kiwanis Eastern. Jean and John are co-chairman of the youth committee of Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church. They have directed plays given by the high school young people for the State Convention of Lutheran Church Women of Michigan and for worship services at Trinity. Members of the Senior Choir, they have also recently been assisting in the folk sing service by playing the balalaika and recorder. Jean graduated from the University of Wisconsin. John will receive his MA in Business Administration from U-M this spring.

Christmas in May at Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church, May 1970

Christmas in May at Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church, May 1970 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, May 13, 1970
Caption
'Christmas In May' Christmas is something more than decorated trees and Santa Claus to these children from Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church. Last December the children acted out and celebrated the spirit of the holiday by visiting senior and shut-in members of the congregation. This spring the children are re-visiting the same people in the same spirit of Christmas. Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Walter Grosshans are (from left) Susan Brown, John Schelske, Steve Schelske, Patty Becher, the Rev. Walter Arnold and Eric Becher.

Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church Confirmation Class, May 1969

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Published In
Ann Arbor News, May 17, 1969
Caption
Sermon Rehearsal Rehearsing the presentation of a sermon to be delivered at the morning worship services tomorrow of Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church are members of the 1969 Confirmation Class (from left, sitting) Terri Miller, class president; Jill Coffey, Lynn Wright, Mary Godfrey and (from left, standing) Nancy LeClair, Daryl Hurst and Paul Brache. the theme of the services will be "Thanksgiving for Youth." The youths will be confirmed as part of the Festival of Pentecost.

Myra P. Dennis, Nan Dennis, and Janice E. Ingebrigtsen Plan Mother-Daughter Banquet at Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church, April 1968

Myra P. Dennis, Nan Dennis, and Janice E. Ingebrigtsen Plan Mother-Daughter Banquet at Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church, April 1968 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, April 30, 1968
Caption
Old And The New Getting ready to take an "Old-Fashioned Walk" Friday night at the mother-daughter banquet of Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church are Mrs. Harold E. Dennis (left), banquet co-chairman, her daughter Nan, and Mrs. Jon Ingebrigtsen, program committee chairman. Today's mini walking fashions are quite a contrast to Nan's old-fashioned attire. The banquet theme recognizes the church's 75th anniversary.

Rev. Richard I. Preis Explains Symbols of Paschal Candle, Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church, April 1966

Rev. Richard I. Preis Explains Symbols of Paschal Candle, Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church, April 1966 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, April 8, 1966
Caption
Explaining Symbols The Rev. Richard I. Preis, pastor of Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church, explains the symbols on the Paschal, or Christ Candle, to Nancy LeClair, standing behind Kendall Lantry and Jaqueline Clynch.