Trinity this week – 5th Sunday in Lent – March 21, 2021

Hello Trinity Friends,
As we begin to approach the first day of spring, I hope that the return to longer days is helping to boost your mood!  We are looking forward to a return to in person worship beginning on Palm Sunday.  Please remember that there will be Covid Protocols in place – masks must be worn and physical distancing measures will be in place. The doors will open at 10 am.  We will have limited seating capacity but we will continue to offer our worship services online on YouTube, by DVD and we are excited to announce –

Trinity’s worship services will air on YourTV -Cogeco’s local tv channel. 

Due to their scheduling, they will be running our worship services a week behind.  So for example, on Easter Sunday, you would see the Palm Sunday service from the previous week instead.  You can tune in to channel 12 or 700 Sunday mornings at 8 am and 3 pm.You can also watch the Good Friday service ON GOOD FRIDAY (April 2nd) at 9:30 am, I pm and 9 pm.

This Sunday we celebrate the 5th Sunday in Lent.  This week’s special blues entry is sung by Hannah McCallum. You can tune into YouTube beginning at 10:20 am here Trinity’s YouTube Channel

There are a number of announcements to share with you – please read through them.

  • The North Bay Scouts are selling Hubbert’s Maple Syrup- please see the flyer below for more information. To place an order call the church and leave a message for Dave McKenney.  When we are back to worshiping at Trinity you can also speak to him at the Church. Orders are being taken during the month of March for delivery in early April (as soon as the sap starts running) and another order in April for delivery in early May.
  • Friends of Camp Cariltou – Easter Chocolate Bar Fundraiser – $2 each (kitkat, Aero or Smarties – in Pink, Blue or Green)  To order contact Cindy Brownlee at (see flyer below for more info)
  • There are two articles of information attached below – one is the Minute for Right Relations on “4 Sacred Medicines” and the other is a newsletter by the Indigenous Solidarity Team of the North Bay and area Mission Cluster on the important issue of Water – please plan to read both of these interesting and informative pieces!

Please remember that as we begin to open up a little more in our region that some of the staff will be shifting work from their home offices to the church.  If you wish to meet with a staff member, please be sure to make an appointment.  You can call the church office or send us an email to book an appointment.  

​Have a wonderful weekend – stay safe and take care!​