Trinity this week – Anniversary Sunday – June 12, 2022

Hello Trinity Friends,
I hope you will join us in worship this Anniversary Sunday (either on YouTube or in person) for a very special service.  We will celebrate the 97th Anniversary of The United Church of Canada but we will also celebrate Trinity’s 140th Anniversary!We will share the Sacrament of Holy Communion together and welcome 10 new members into our Faith Family.  If you are not able to attend in person, the livestream link is attached here Trinity’s YouTube Channel  Of course, you may also watch us a week later on Cogeco’s YourTV at 8 am and 9 pm each Sunday.

The sympathy of the Congregation is extended to our Custodian, Don Hickey, on the death of his brother Michael this past week. 

GRIN REAPING– a new book of short stories by Rod Carley Please feel free to join Rod at Allison the Bookman on Saturday June 18th from 12 – 2 for a book signing and a Q&A.  Rod also welcomes any Trinity members who would like to join him “virtually” for his book launch at Average Joes Saturday June 18th at 7 pm. He’ll be interviewed by Sudbury poet/author Kim Fahner and he’ll be doing a short reading.

If you have a question you would like Rod to answer about Grin Reaping, please email him.  Please also email him to confirm if you plan to attend the zoom session so he can get the link to you!

National Indigenous Peoples Day at the Apology CairnThe Right Relations Team in partnership with the Manitou Intentional Learning Community and Indigenous Student Affairs at Laurentian University would like to invite you to a special event at the Apology Cairn in honour of National Indigenous Peoples Day.  Hosted by Indigenous Student Affairs “You Owe Us an Apology: Planting the Seeds of Allyship” will take place at the Apology Cairn in Lot 15 starting at 10:30 am.Please see the attached poster for more information.  We hope you will be able to join us!

Library News
Now that the restrictions have been lifted, be sure to visit our church library in the Fireside Room. We have an extensive General Reading section as well as Bible Study, Spiritual Guidance, Grief and Children’s Books.  

One that has been donated lately is “The Emptiness of Our Hands”, very relevant in this current time with so much homelessness in our community. This book is a chronicle of James Murray and Phyllis Cole-Dai of the 47 days they spent on the street among the homeless in Columbus, Ohio. This interesting story of their experiences, along with pictures, can be found under GR Col. Happy Reading!