Trinity this week – Mother’s Day Baptism – May 8, 2022

Hello Trinity Friends,
Please join us this Sunday for Mother’s Day Baptism service.  Our worship begins at 10:30 am and is also available on our YouTube channel as well. Trinity’s YouTube Channel  At the moment, masks are required for attending worship in our Sanctuary.
Coffee Time returns this Sunday!   Following the service, those who wish, are welcome to join us downstairs in the Fellowship Hall for coffee and conversation.  Masks may be removed during coffee time while in the Fellowship Hall but must remain on in all other areas of the church.  

Trinity’s VBC Returns in…The Quest for the Lost ParableGet ready to go on an adventure as we discover the treasures of the bible through the Parables of Jesus. Children in Junior Kindergarten through to Grade 6 are welcome. $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​ now open!​  Camp bursaries ​are ​available ​by request ​to those who need them.​ ​For more information​ or to register​ contact Lisa Blais at​ ​

​Trinity ​M​embership Classes​ ​
Trinity is overdue for a new Adult Membership Class. We will gather for a couple of Sundays after church during May, with the hope of welcoming our new members on Anniversary Sunday, June 12th!  If you’re interested in a couple of informal gatherings to discuss Christian belief and how we “Do church the United Church way”—please be in touch with Reverend Ted and he will set up our May gatherings!​  This class is open to anyone interested in ​learning more about our Christian faith, or about the United Church of Canada.

The idea is simple: Rev. Ted selects a favourite book that has significantly impacted his life of faith. For a suggested donation of $100 to Trinity’s Brick fund, members and friends of Trinity get a copy of this year’s book (to be read in July), and an invitation to one of several intimate backyard (or on-line) book parties (in August) to re-connect and discuss the book! The deadline to join is June 5th!

Compassionate Committee for the Homeless of North Bay

This week Anne Smith attended a Basic Income Now webinar to help Ontarians learn how to take action during the upcoming provincial election.  One of the recommendations was to display Basic Income Now signs. If you’d like a lawn sign, please let Anne know before May 9th. 

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