Trinity this week

Hello Trinity Friends,

Below you will find a snapshot of some of the activities and worship opportunities coming up over the next week or so.  This week we continue our journey through the Blues of Lent by looking at Mortality.

Here at Trinity, we are exploring Lent as a season of the Blues, of secular music that nonetheless speaks deeply to our souls. These are popular 20th century songs that engage our minds, our hearts, our lives.


This morning’s blues songs are both musical reflections on the brevity of life, and the limited opportunities to connect and to make a difference in the world. Kathleen and Rich McCallum perform “For All We Know.” Written in 1934, the song was later popularized by Nat King Cole, Dinah Washington, and Rosemary Clooney (amongst others). Kathy recalls it as “a second world war song, when people literally faced death every day… I have always been interested in wartime songs, my parents lived in Great Britain during the second world war.”


Bryan Boothe shares with us “Only Here for a Little While,” a 1990 song recorded by country artist Billy Dean. Bryan describes the song as, “about a regular everyday guy looking at what’s really important in life, triggered by a friend’s passing at an early age.”

LENTEN COMPANION STUDY: a Lenten Bible study will be held Tuesdays in Lent at 1pm in the Fireside Room. Our study will involve spiritual practices, exploration of the readings and will complement Sunday worship. For more information, please contact Shalome. 
Hand Bell’s Workshop – this Saturday March 29th. 1 – 4 at Trinity.

Ever wanted to try your hand at being a bell ringer?

Join in and find out how… 
The workshop leader is Sylvia Carscadden.  Sylvia has been playing bells and leading bell choirs for over 30 years.  She will be instructing various techniques in ringing & damping, as well as care and set-up of the bells. 
Please bring a clean pair of cloth gloves to wear when handling the bells


Heavenly Hosts Concert to support Hope2Kenya
Saturday April 5th at 7 pm with reception to follow.
The Heavenly Hosts will be presenting an evening of upbeat contemporary music featuring a full set of Pink Floyd.  Admission is by donation (suggested minimum donation of $10).  All proceeds to go to Hope2Kenya for their humanitarian work.
Pastoral Care Lenten Services
Tuesday April 1st – 11 am – Barkley House
Monday April 7th – 10 am – Empire Living Centre