Trinity this week – February 7, 2021

Hello Trinity Friends on this blustery February day!
The worship service  will be posted on YouTube and ready for viewing at 10:30 am Sunday morning.  Pre-service music will be available for viewing at 10:15 am.  The link to watch this Sunday’s (and any other worship service) can be found here Trinity’s YouTube Channel
We continue to follow the Health Unit and the Province’s guidelines on when we will return to in person worship.  We will share any updates as they become available.  
If you need to reach a member of the Staff, please call the Church office or email the appropriate person. We know that a prolonged period of time away from our friends and family can be difficult – if you are in need of pastoral care or if there is any way that we can provide care or assistance, please do not hesitate to reach out to us! 

Each week during our worship service we acknowledge and give thanks for the traditional lands on which we gather.  As part of the Reconciliation efforts that we, as a church try to be about, I want to share with you an educational opportunity from Kairos.  The Kairos Teaching and Sharing Circle is hosting  a series of online events  Each of these 2-hour Zoom-based, interactive sessions are led by an experienced KBE Indigenous facilitator/Knowledge Keeper. The cost for registering is $25 per session.You ​will​ find​ more​ information​ at this link  KBE Teaching and Sharing Circle

For those who love to sing (or enjoy listening to others sing), the Manitou Intentional Learning Community (MILC) is hosting an exciting event.

Join the Manitou Intentional Learning Community on Friday, February 19th via Zoom where we will be “Singing for our Lives.” We are excited to invite you to this engaging and reflective affirmation of welcome, justice and hope. Presented by Wendy and Andrew Donaldson, church musicians with vast Canadian and international experience, this event is a mix of music and spoken word featuring on-line performance, video and audience participation and drawing on multi-faith and multi-cultural wit and wisdom.

Watch, listen and sing along as through words and music, we explore themes of truth, reconciliation, stewardship of the land, turning stranger into “neighbour”, and ways in which out hopes are threatened by power, the lure of profit, lies, and fear.DETAILS: Friday, February 19th, 7:00 p.m. via Zoom.
Please register online at
For further information, please contact

 ​Stay warm and stay safe!