Trinity this week – May 24, 2019

Happy Friday Trinity Friends,
We are busy setting up for tomorrow night’s final Glitter Dinner.  For those of you who have purchased tickets, if you would like to reserve seating for a group of 4 or more, please let me know via email today!  There are only a few tickets left, so if you have not purchased your ticket yet and would like to come, please call the office asap!  Tickets MUST be pre-purchased.  If you have any special allergies or food restrictions, please let me know today as well.  We will have vegetarian, Vegan and Gluten-free options available – you do not need to let us know about that. The doors to the dining room will NOT be open until 5:15 – please do NOT arrive before then as we will still be setting up.  Thank-you!
This Sunday during worship we welcome members of the J.O.Y. Band to our service.  Please plan to stay after the service for a free will offering lunch provided by the UCW.  After the lunch the J.O.Y. Bands will be presenting their spring concert “Maytime Melodies” at 1:30 pm.  Admission is by free will donation with all proceeds going towards Trinity’s Roof repair.
Please note that the date for Mustard Seed’s production of “Not Your Average Joe” has changed slightly!  There will now be two performances on Sunday June 9th.  A matinee at 1:30 and an evening showing at 7 pm.  There will no longer be a Saturday evening performance!Please plan to support these young, talented performers by coming to one of their shows!  You will also have the opportunity to enjoy a delicious pasta dinner.  The Hope2Kenya team is holding their pasta dinner fundraiser on Sunday June 9th from 5 to 6:30 pm. Tickets for both of these events are $10 per Adult and $5 per child (12 and under).  So you can have dinner and a show for only $20!!! ($10 for children).  What a great deal!
The Knitting Pilgrim, aka Kirk Dunn ( former North Bay resident), is bringing a unique art installation to Calvin Presbyterian Church on Tuesday April 28th at 7 pm.  The Knitting Pilgrim is a one-man play & talkback about the real-life artistic and spiritual journey of Kirk Dunn, who took 15 years to knit a triptych of tapestries, designed in the style of stained glass windows, exploring the commonalities and conflicts of the Abrahamic faiths.  Tickets are $20 and available from Lisa after the service on Sunday.
A reminder also that there are still lots of items up for bidding for Trinity’s Silent Auction.  The auction closes on Sunday – so be sure to get your bids in before church starts – if you can not make it in and you want to place a bid, feel free to email me!
Have a wonderful weekend!