Hello Trinity Friends!
Hello Trinity Friends,
This Sunday is the fourth Sunday in Lent. Our worship service will be led by Rev. Kathy and some of the Licensed Lay Worship Leaders. In Sunday School, the children will be wrapping up their 3 week rotation on Signs and Symbols in the bible.
Upcoming Events and Announcements
Please note also that the UCW Cafeteria Style Luncheon has been changed to Friday March 23rd for this month. All are welcome. 11 am – 1 pm
Red Hot Friday Night – Chili Cook-off and Musical Guests
Friday March 23rd – music begins at 5 pm. Chili tasting at 5:30. Please sign up your fantastic chili or dessert for the competition. The sign-up sheet is in the Fellowship Hall. Awards for Best Over-all Chili, Runner up, Best Dessert and the ever popular Best Dressed/Best Named. Admission is by free will donation. There will be a variety of musical performances including a musical tribute to the Eagles, narrated by Rod Carley.
A reminder to get your order forms in for your Hot Cross Buns and Scones, your Easter Lilies, as well as your AOTS Hams. You will find them both in your bulletin this week.
For those of you who are travelling for March Break – travelling mercies!
Hello Trinity Friends,
This Sunday we continue our journey through Lent exploring the theme of prayer. The Junior Choir will share a song that it sure to set the mood.
A couple of important announcements:
Trinity’s Infant Food Shelf has material cut and ready for sewing. If you are ablt to help sew a blanket or two, the material will be available of the stage in the Fellowship Room after church on Sunday. Thank-you for helping keep our babies warm and cozy!
Next Friday March 9th at 1 pm there will be a free showing at the Capitol Centre of Colonization Road. There will be refreshments served and an opportunity for a Q & A with the filmmaker Michelle St. John. On his journey through Ontario, Anishnaabe comedian, Ryan McMahon explores the history of these roads, meets with settlers in solidarity and raises significant questions about “reconciliation” and what it means to “decolonize. https://www.facebook.com/events/153658775297664/
Some Lenten advice from the back of this week’s bulletin
Jesuit James Martin recommends an imaging prayer in which we should simply picture ourselves laughing with Jesus. How might you explore the connection between paying and praying, whereby author Anne Lamott declares, “Laughter is carbonated holiness”?