Trinity this week – September 18, 2022

Hello Trinity Friends,
Please join us this Sunday for worship at 10:30 am in Trinity’s Sanctuary.  For those unable to join in person, you may join us on Youtube Trinity’s Worship Services. Our services are also broadcast on Cogeco’s YourTV a week later.  Check the listings for the correct time as it has changed a few times!

There a few community announcements and church items to share with you.  Please read on.

Camp Caritou is hosting an Open House this Saturday September 17th between 10 am – 2pm. BBQ, games, tours and activities for all ages.   Everyone is welcome!  You will find Camp Caritou at 63 Development Road in Bonfield.

This Sunday join Rod Carley for a reading from his hilarious and captivating new book of short stories GRIN REAPING. Rod will answer some questions and be on hand to sign copies of his book. There will be a few books on hand to purchase if you haven’t picked up your copy yet. A sandwich lunch will follow the worship service.  So stay for lunch and linger for a great story!

GATEWAY THEATRE GUILD proudly presents:  
A Play Reading Series – With and For Seniors
Gateway Theatre Guild is hosting a series of casual play readings in Trinity’s Fireside Room one Thursday a month at 9 am. Seniors (55+) are invited to join us once a month to read a play together, with an opportunity to chat and enjoy refreshments afterwards. No experience necessary! And no lines to memorize!  Click here to register Play Reading for Seniors
Thursday September 22, 2022 [Play: Jitters, by David French]
Thursday October 20, 2022
Thursday November 24, 2022
Thursday December 15, 2022

Orange Shirts Please be sure that when you purchase Orange Shirts that you are purchasing from Indigenous owned businesses or businesses that are directing all profit to support Indigenous efforts. Orange Shirts are available locally at Giant Tiger who has partnered with Indspire and two-spirited Ojibway artist Patrick Hunter Art & Design to create and offer orange shirts to help spread awareness and support the diverse communities that we call home. 100% of proceeds from the sale of the shirt donated to Indspire.  Orange Shirts are also available at Green Medicine with all proceeds going to the Nipissing First Nation Residential School Fund. 
See you Sunday!