Trinity this week – October 17, 2021

Hello Trinity Friends,
We are grateful for the opportunity to gather together in worship Sunday mornings at 10:30 am.  For those planning to join us in person, please note that seating is limited and masks are mandatory.  With physical distance measures in place, our seating is limited.  If you come late, or if we are at capacity, please accept our apologies for not being able to attend in person, but feel welcome to join us for worship on our YouTube Channel Trinity on YouTube or on Cogeco’s YourTV a week later (Channel 12 and HD700 at 8 am and 3 pm).  

The Canadian Shield Regional Council will be gathering for its General Meeting this Saturday October 16th via zoom.  

The Trinity Board will be meeting this upcoming Tuesday October 19th at 7 pm via zoom.

Trinity Families of all ages are invited to our second “Mossy Church” event – Hallowe’en Style!  The evening of Saturday October 30th at the Silk/Shaver home. Costumes, lantern lit mystery walk, treats, bonfire and your Trinity friends – Stay tuned for more information.  

The Manitou Intentional Learning Community is hosting DECODE/DISCOVER/DETERMINE: A Workshop on the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples by Lisa Blais and Susan Lindquist. Saturday, October 23, 2021, 9:30 to 12:00 This workshop will be offered via Zoom, with many opportunities for active participation.  For more information email or call Gillian (705) 671-0185.

A service of Remembrance A reminder that during our worship on November 7th we will be honouring those members of our Faith community whom we have lost during Covid times. Many members of our church family have lost loved ones during this time.  If you’d like us to share their name and photo during our memorial time in worship, please send a photo and the family members name to us by October 24th.  You may email it to 

Some important updates about our Covid policies and practices

*  we are now allowed to join in singing the hymns with our masks on

*  groups and activities are resuming with covid measures in place.  Masks are to be worn at all times and therefore no food and beverages are to be consumed within the building at this time

*  a vaccine passport takes place for all groups and users of the church beginning November 1st. (some exclusions include Sunday worship, Food Bank services, and recovery programs) Please be sure to show your proof of vaccine prior to this date to ensure you are able to attend the groups.  You have 3 options: you may show one of the volunteers after church this Sunday, you may email a copy into or you may come into church through the week and show your vaccine status at the office.  For more information about our Covid and Vaccine Policies, please look for the information on our website. 

Blessings of the season,