Trinity this week – Palm Sunday, March 28, 2021

Hello Trinity Friends,

This Sunday is Palm Sunday – we are looking forward to welcoming a small congregation this Sunday for Palm Sunday.  Our Blues Lenten musicians are Marcel, Amelia and Rowan MacDonald.  A reminder that we are cautiously re-opening for in person worship with covid restrictions in place.  See below for the Trinity Top 10, as a refresher of what to expect for those of you attending worship this Sunday. Doors will open at 10 am.

For those of you who choose to stay home and watch the worship service from the safety and comfort of your own homes, you now have 3 options to do so!

1)  On Cogeco Channel 12/700We are excited to share that we will now be broadcasting on Cogeco’s YourTV – channel 12 (700 in HD).  See the attached flyer for the details!  Please note that Good Friday service will air on Good Friday at 9:30 am, 1 pm and 9 pm.  Sunday services will air a week behind at 8 am and 3 pm Sundays.
2) On Trinity’s YouTube ChannelTrinity’s YouTube Channel – livestreamed beginning around 10:20 am Sunday mornings and available to watch anytime afterwards
3)  On DVD For those who do not have Cogeco or are not able to access the internet to watch on YouTube – request your copy from the church office. 

Good Friday Service – Friday April 2nd, 10:30 am The North Bay and area United Churches’ Good Friday Service will be a pre-recorded service which will be aired on YouTube and Cogeco TV.  Please note that there will be NO in-person worship on this day.  

A reminder that we are still looking for submissions for the Easter New Creed – these are due this Sunday by 7 pm.  I am looking for individuals and families of all ages to participate – to celebrate our wonderful faith family!  You can record the New Creed in its entirety and I will choose a part to use OR you can choose a small section and just record that.  Please record in landscape mode if possible.  Speak clearly and slowly and look towards the camera.  You can film outside or inside, and creativity is always appreciated!
Peace be with you,