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Trinity's art students create amazing works with their God-given talents and the guidance of our gifted art teachers!

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Rev. Keith E. GeRue

Rev. Keith E. GeRue

Rev. Keith GeRue was born February 19, 1965 in Beloit, Wisconsin.  His parents Ronald (Deceased 2012) and Beverly, presented him for the washing and rebirth in Holy Baptism at Saint John's Evangelical Lutheran Church on March 3, 1965.  Pastor GeRue attended Saint John's Evangelical Lutheran School from Kindergarten through 8th grade and was confirmed in the Faith on May 13, 1979.

Pastor GeRue graduated high school in 1983 and continued his education at Concordia College Wisconsin, graduating in 1988 with a Bachelor’s degree in Education and Theological Studies. He graduated from Concordia Theological Seminary in February, 1994.

On June 23, 1990, Pastor married Valerie Fay Virchow of Newburg, Wisconsin.  She has a teaching degree from CUW and has taught at Zion Lutheran School, in Beecher, Illinois and Concordia Lutheran School in Springfield, Illinois.

Together Pastor and Valerie have adopted two daughters: Catherine (22) and Elizabeth (19). Catie graduated from Concordia University Chicago in May of 2020; Lizzy will be a Freshman at UW Marshfield in the Fall of 2020.

Pastor GeRue has served at Holy Cross Lutheran Church, Onida, Saint John's Lutheran Church, Agar, and Immanuel Lutheran Church, Harrold, all in South Dakota.  From there he served Our Savior Evangelical Lutheran Church in Momence, Illinois.  In 2006, he was called as Associate Pastor of Saint Paul Evangelical Lutheran, Hamel and Trinity Evangelical Lutheran, Worden, Illinois, where he also served as Headmaster of the school. From November 2008 through July 2015 Pastor served at Trinity Ev. Lutheran Church in Girard, Illinois. In July he accepted the Call to Trinity and is excited about working with Pastor Billings and the entire faculty and staff.

Pastor GeRue is also a U.S. Army Chaplain and has served a deployment to Bucca, Iraq. He was assigned to the 646th Regional Support Group in Madison, Wisconsin from August 2015 through December 2018 He is currently assigned to the 452 Combat Surgical Hospital out of Milwaukee, WI..

 

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Athletic Handbook and 2023-2024 Schedule

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Trinity Lutheran Schoool is a great place to grow because:

  • We are driven by a commitment to the Gospel and focused on a mission of bringing hope and healing to students and families.
  • We are engaged in effective strategic planning which enables us to maximize our ability to achieve this mission. We utilize the National Lutheran School Accreditation (NLSA) accreditation process to develop and implement policies that benefit our students and their families.
  • We meet or exceed state and national academic standards at all grade levels.
  • We lead students to share their faith in Christ in an unbelieving world.
  • We identify future leaders for the Church locally and globally.

We have educators who:

Model visionary leadership. They inspire and model a shared vision of good stewardship, encouragement, and empathy for others.

Model servant leadership. They concern themselves with the personal growth of their students, who, while being served, become healthier, wiser, freer, more autonomous, and more likely themselves to become servants (Robert Greenleaf)

Model spiritual leadership.They study God's Word, share their faith, apply God's Law and Gospel appropriately, exhibit a passion for ministry, act courageously, equip God's people for service, care for others, demonstrate integrity, and model an active prayer life.

Students/Spritual Life

Trinity Lutheran School is a Christ-centered ministry that has been in existence since 1945 and is committed to education. It is a blessing to have committed alumni, families, and community members who value the education at Trinity. Trinity Lutheran School teachers are gifted in Christian witness as well as academic expertise in education for the full development of each student. A Trinity Lutheran School education is understood to encompass all growth activities for students. This includes personal spiritual development, regular academic curriculum, and various extra-curricular activities.

A unique feature of the Trinity Lutheran School vision for education is the primary emphasis placed on training all students and staff members to be Christian servants, developing their unique talents, but also learning to use them in service both to God's Church family and His world community. Trinity Lutheran School teachers teach the Christian faith and Christian living at all times, both in and outside the classroom. Personal relationships are built between all memebers of the Trinity Lutheran School family; relationships that can last forever.

Each school day begins with a Bible verse and prayer. The classrooms then hold morning meetings in which students can share about their life and relationship with Christ. Each Wednesday students and staff gather for chapel to worship and give thanks to God. The 20-30 minute chapel time is led by area Pastors, our own Pastor, teachers, and is a special time for the school to gather as a community in Christ.

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Worship With Us

Saturdays -- 5:00pm

Sundays -- 9:00am

Sunday Education Hour -- 10:30am

Advent & Lenten Services:

Wednesdays (in Season) -- 9:00am & 6:30pm

Advent & Lenten Suppers:

Wednesdays (in Season) -- 5:15pm

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