Hello Trinity Friends,
We are looking forward to returning to worship this upcoming Sunday September 12th at 10:30 am. Covid Protocols will remain in place (masks and physical distancing). Doors will open at 10 am. The worship service will also be available on YouTube Trinity’s YouTube Channel Sunday mornings (and anytime after) and will also be broadcast on Cogeco’s YourTV Channel 12 (700HD) the following Sunday at 8am and 3 pm.
Some good news – we have learned that we are able to return to congregational singing (with mask on). We are also grateful for the vocal pods in the choir loft which will allow for some live solo/duet/small group singing and instrumentation.
Sunday School activities are on hold for the time being but children are most welcome to attend with their families. An activity bag will be available from the ushers. Stay tuned for some family friendly outdoor activities to be announced soon! Starting with this Sunday’s Rally Back celebration at Camp Tillicum from 2 – 5 pm. More details are included in the attached flyer. Directions to the camp are at the end of this email. Please remember to bring a chair, your mask and hand sanitizer!
The Covid Risk Management Team met this past week and has decided to take a cautious approach to resuming our activities this fall. At the moment, any activities that require the removal of a mask (ie. choral singing, some musical groups, meals) are on hold for the time being. The Covid Team will be meeting again in early October to determine if any changes can be made at that time.
As we move into the fall, we will be seeing the return of many of our groups. That is exciting and promising news. Thank you for your patience and your support as we navigate these challenging times.
A few announcements to draw your attention to:Celebration of Life for Roberta “Bobbie” FisherObituary for Roberta Fisher
The family is receiving visitors at McGuinty Funeral Home on Saturday September 11th, 2021 from 11 – 1 p.m. followed by a memorial mass at 1 p.m. Attendance is limited.
Apple Pies!We are very excited that the Apple Pie project is on for this year (with Covid modifications). Pies are $12 each and can be ordered by contacting Darlene Laferriere or by calling the Church Office at 705-474-3310 There will only be approximately 800 for sale this year so get your order in now! Pies are to be picked up October 4 – 7th before 12:30 pm or October 5, 6 before 8:30 pm Please indicate when you will be picking up your pies when you submit your order.
We are looking for Volunteers to help make pies. All Covid safety procedures will be followed. Masks are mandatory. If you are able to help out with any of the shifts below please contact Darlene!
- September 14 &15th, 9am to noon – Dry Pastry
- September 21&22, 9 am to noon – Pie Bottoms
- October 2nd – Apple Picking
- October 3rd – Apple Washing
- October 4 to 7, 9 am to noon – Pie assembly
- October 5&6, 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm – Pie assembly
The Manitou Intentional Learning Community invites you to Pandemic Resiliency: Coping emotionally, spiritually and mentally through the challenges of the Pandemic on Wednesday, September 22nd from 7:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. via Zoom.
This workshop, presented by Susan Browning, will explore ways in which the Pandemic has impacted our mental and spiritual health, share practical coping strategies, and look to the future exploring hope and faith in the resilient spirit God has given us.
Susan, a Registered Psychotherapist, a Registered Marriage and Family Therapist and a clinical supervisor for interns, is also an ordained minister in the United Church of Canada currently serving two congregations in the London area.
For more information and to register and receive the Zoom link, please email email@example.com or contact Gillian Schell 705 671 0185.
Directions to Camp TillicumFrom North Bay: Head south on Highway 11. Take Exit 329 (Highway 654/Lake Nosbonsing) Turn right off the exit and head towards Wasi and Nipissing. Continue on highway 654 for about 9 ½ km until you reach Tillicum Bay Road. (You will see signs for the Waltonian just before the turn-off). Turn right onto Tillicum Bay Road and continue on the road – you should see a sign for Camp Tillicum YMCA/Rotary Camp. It is on the right side of the road.
See you Sunday!