Pastor Nathaniel Biebert comes from a large pastor’s family (seven boys and one girl). He was born in California; attended Lutheran grade schools in Fox Lake, Menomonie, and Neillsville, Wisconsin; is a 2001 graduate of Luther Prepatory School (Wis.), a 2005 graduate of Martin Luther College (Minn.), and a 2009 graduate of Wisconsin Lutheran Seminary.

He served his vicarship (pastoral internship) in Amherst, New Hampshire, under Rev. Joel Petermann. Upon his seminary graduation, he received a one-year assignment to serve as a dormitory supervisor at Nebraska Evangelical Lutheran High School in Waco, where he was ordained into the pastoral ministry. He also served as a religion and algebra instructor and an assistant basketball coach there. In 2010, he was assigned as the pastor of two rural churches northwest of Wausau, Wisconsin. He also taught religion part-time at Northland Lutheran High School. In 2017, he accepted a call to serve a congregation in South Austin, Texas, where, besides the people, he especially enjoyed the barbecue and the wildflowers. In February of 2022, he accepted the call to serve the members of Trinity here in Winner. He was installed by Pastor Windsperger of Colome on May 8. He loves the small-town community feel of Winner and the wild, open, rolling, and butte-dotted landscape of the surrounding area.

In 2012, God united Pastor Biebert in marriage with Katherine née Sternberg. In 2023, God blessed them with their firstborn, a daughter, in answer to many years of prayers. Among other things, Pastor and Katie enjoy walking, bicycling, traveling, reading, and watching good shows and movies together. Pastor also enjoys hiking, fly fishing, fly tying, hunting, and historical research, including translating German and Latin works. Three of his translations have been published.

A note from Pastor Biebert:

Rather than telling you more about myself, I would much rather meet and get to know you. If you’re a Winner-area resident looking for a church or are a visitor to the area, please pay us a visit at Trinity. The truth of God’s Word is not drab, hum-drum, boring, too complicated, or too confusing. It is, at its heart, exciting, joyful, heartwarming, clear, and extremely practical. I think you’ll also find that to be the case for yourself if you pay us a visit. I would love to have your life’s story cross paths with mine, and to share with you how your life’s story has already crossed paths with God’s.