Hello Trinity Friends,
This Sunday is Holy Humour Sunday! You are encouraged to share a good joke or two during one of the joke segments in worship. What is Holy Humor Sunday? It is a centuries old tradition that takes place on the Sunday after Easter. Many Christian churches celebrate the day with joy, laughter and some lighthearted fun, as a way to celebrate Jesus’ resurrection. After Children’s time, the Sunday School will be cooking up a tricky treat and hear the story of Doubting Thomas.
Upcoming Events and Announcements
Last call to sign up your talent for the Coffee House If you have a talent you would like to sign up, please be in touch with Lisa at email@example.com or sign up in the Fellowship Hall after church this Sunday. We welcome a wide variety of talents. We are also in need of desserts – if you can contribute a dessert please be in touch!
Next Sunday April 23rd, our worship service will include a tip of the hat to Shakespeare on his birthday. Following the worship service plan to stay for the Faith Forward 2030 – Lunch and Learn. Engage with the Faith Forward team on visioning for the future. All are encouraged to come – lunch is provided!
Trinity’s Board will meet on Tuesday April 18th at 7 pm in the Fireside Room.
TRINITY PHOTO DIRECTORY
Book your sitting now! There will be absolutely NO pressure to purchase a photo (you will get a free directory anyways), but you are, of course, welcome to purchase your photo. The photo sittings will take place between May 10th and May 13th You can book online at this link or contact Lisa to arrange a booking for you.Church Directory Photo Use the drop down menu to select North Bay, Trinity and click on the calendar for the date you are choosing. The available time slots will appear and you can click on the “Book It” tab to reserve your spot.
Trinity’s Vacation Bible Camp – I-SPY Mysteries of the Bible – Registration is now open! Come discover some great bible stories, make new friends and have fun exploring the bible through games, crafts, cooking, music, experiments and more this summer! For children in Junior Kindergarten through to Grade 6. $75 per child – all snacks, materials and a camp shirt included. Music, Crafts, Baking, Games, Experiments and more! Youth in Grade 7 and up are welcome to volunteer for the week. Registration is limited. Camp bursaries available to those who need them. For more information contact Lisa Blais at firstname.lastname@example.org
There are a number of opportunities to welcome spring with music this month. Please take a look at the upcoming musical events happening at Trinity.
Trinity Coffee House – Friday April 21st Doors open at 6:30 with the Hosts kicking things off at around 6:45. Gourmet coffee, tea and desserts will be available. Admission is by free will donation.
The Barrel Boys – Wednesday April 26th, 7:30 pmA bluegrass powerhouse featuring rich vocal harmonies, killer picking, and a fun-loving, down-to-earth stage presence, The Barrel Boys are a unique staple of Canadian roots music. Informed by the traditions of bluegrass, country, old-time, and Americana, The Boys have crafted their unmistakable sound into a joyful and deeply soulful musical experience. $25 ADULTS / $15 STUDENTS / $10 13AND UNDER
The Rapport Singers present their spring concert “Eclectically Celtic” – Sunday, April 30th at 2 pm. Come out for an afternoon of melodies, lilts and laments that celebrate the Celtic Folk Music tradition. Artist Director Peggy Millar and accompaniment by Sue Nicholson. $20 per person ($10 for students) Tickets available at the door or from Rapport members.
Community Event Theatre Canadore Presents Neil Simon’s “Laughter on the 23rd Floor” April 20 – 22nd at 7 pm Directed by Rod Carley. Admission is by donation to the Gathering Place. Speak to Rod for more information.