Trinity this week – January 31, 2022

Hello Trinity Friends,

Please join us online for worship this Sunday.  You will find us on here Trinity’s YouTube Channel beginning just before 10:30 every Sunday.  You can also watch us on Cogeco’s YourTV (Channel 12/700HD) the following week at 8 am and 9 pm.

We are pleased to announce the return to in person worship beginning next Sunday February 6th!  We look forward to welcoming you back – we have missed you.  A reminder that you must show proof of (at least) double vaccination. Sunday School will be on hold for just a little longer – but we are hopeful that we will be able to resume Sunday School at the end of February – we will keep you posted.

Please remember that there are limited office hours at the moment.  If you need to come down to the church for any reason, please be sure to call ahead to make sure there will be someone there.

There are several announcements below – please carefully read through them! 

Snowblower Needed Do you have a gently used snowblower that you do not use anymore?  If so, Trinity is in need of a new one. The trusty old snowblower that we currently have is ready for retirement.  If you have one that you would be willing to donate please contact Bob Cook, Building and Grounds Chair or the Church office.

Scrap Metal Needed​​ The ​Scouts/Venturers are picking up scrap metal throughout the year until June​. ​If you have any scrap metal they will accept almost everything made of metal, including appliances, but not refrigerators. Contact information will be shared if you call the church office.

PEACE FOR KOREA The United Church of Canada launches its Korea Peace Appeal Ten Thousand Signature Campaign and declares, “70 years is enough. It’s time to end the Korean War.”

The Korea Peace Appeal(opens in a new tab) is a global campaign calling for a peace treaty that would bring a formal end to the Korean War. The campaign, supported by some 370 civil society organizations in Korea and beyond, seeks to collect 100 million signatures by 2023. Long-time partner in Korea, The National Council of Churches, has challenged The United Church of Canada to join them in support of the Korea Peace Appeal by adding 10,000 signatures to the online petition by this summer.

United Church people across Canada are invited to sign the appeal and invite their communities of faith, networks and friends to join them. You can sign the appeal here. Korea Peace Appeal