Trinity this week – Baptism Sunday – April 28, 2024

Hello Trinity Friends,

We hope you will join us, in person or on Trinity’s YouTube Channel, this Sunday at 10:30 am.  We celebrate a Baptism this Sunday!  In Sunday School we will continue the Sunday Seedlings series led by Karen Johnson. 

A reminder that immediately following the service, you are invited to stay for pancake brunch, served by the Scouts! Adults $10 Children 6-12 $5 Under 6 free

And following lunch, plan to stay for a wonderful afternoon concert presented by the Rapport Singers.  “Enduring Love” will feature special guests Heartbeat, and Amelia MacDonald, soloist. Tickets available at the door or from Rapport members. The concert starts at 1:30 pm.

Lift Update

Our lift continues to be out of service, however, we have heard that repairs should be completed “very soon”!  

Food Shelf

Thank you to our Trinity family and the wider community for supporting our Monday Food Shelf.  Your generosity has been very much appreciated!  This month’s item of the month is cereal but we are also in need of reusable shopping bags.  Your donations can be placed in the basket in the narthex.  Thanks again!

Trinity “to do” List

  • Order your Hubbert’s Maple Syrup from Dave McKenney as a fundraiser for Trinity’s Scouts. PRICES: 500ml jug- $15, 1L jug or glass- $25, 2L jug-$40, 4L jug-$70
  • Save your table receipts from our local Swiss Chalet and place it in the container in the narthex or outside the office.  The restaurant will make a donation to Trinity of 10% of the amount paid for food.
  • Sign up for Rev. Ted’s Secret Book Club – speak with Rev. Ted for more information
  • Contact Rev. Ted if you are interested in joining a membership class (or refresher) in May. It’s open to anyone who would like to discuss Christian belief and how we “Do church the United way”.
  • Register your children in Trinity’s popular Vacation Bible Camp! Spots are filling up – don’t miss your chance to sign up.  VBC runs  August 12 – 16th.  Registration forms are on the table outside the office or can be sent to you directly.  Reach out to Lisa Blais. 
  • Sign up for the June 14 – 16th Men’s Canoe Adventure- A planning meeting for participants takes place May 19th.
  • Check out the Trinity Library for your next book to read – plenty of great books to choose from on a wide variety of topics – Fiction and Non-Fiction, Religious and Secular.


EMPTY BOWL LUNCH AND SILENT AUCTION at St. Andrew’s United Church – for Loaves and Fishes Foodbank (St. Andrew’s United Church)
Saturday May 4th 11:30 – 1:30 at St. Andrew’s (McIntyre entrance)   Cost: $30 and you keep the bowl! Choose a bowl donated by the North Bay Potters Guild, fill it with soup and accompany it with sandwiches and dessert.  To purchase tickets contact Janet Ross at  or by phone (705-472-7680)

RED Dress Day – May 5th

May 5th marks Red Dress Day, also known as the National Day of Awareness for Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women, Girls and Two-Spirit People.  You are encouraged to wear red on May 5th as an act of reconciliation and to honour Canada’s Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women, Girls, and Two-Spirit People.