Trinity this week – Pentecost Sunday

Hello Trinity Friends,
This Sunday is Pentecost Sunday.  Tune in to Trinity’s Youtube channel to celebrate along with us.  The link is here Pentecost Sunday Worship

Please remember that the worship service will not be available for viewing until Saturday afternoon.

A couple of announcements are below!
“A huge THANK YOU to all who ordered syrup at the beginning of the month.  We surpassed expectations by a lot.  All we need now is to be able to get our programs rolling again.  If any of you missed your opportunity to order please call Bill at (705) 472- 3226 and we will see what we can do for you.  Thank you again.”  ~ Bill 

The AOTS Gift Card Program will continue to operate in the current temporary method. The steps are:
1.  complete your order, (payment can be by cash or cheque)
2. make the cheque payable to “Trinity United Church AOTS”  — Note the wording — the current direction of TD Bank
3. deliver your order to Ed at his home. If he is not at home, you can place it in the mail box.
4. Ed will contact you to arrange a time and place to get your cards to you.

The next order date is 31 May.  Please deliver your order to me no later than 4:OO PM Sun 31 May.  And for further planning, orders will be scheduled for 28 June and 2 Aug.
Should you have any questions or concerns please do not hesitate to contact Ed at (705) 476 5316  Thanks for your support – Ed Rose
NOTE  Don’t forget to order your Orchards Fresh Food Market Gift Cards — denomination – $25.00

The Manitou Intentional Learning Committee (MILC) in Sudbury shares the following resources for Pentecost Sunday – these are activities you can do at home.

Labyrinth Walks for Pentecost

This Sunday is Pentecost, and we thought that while we are still physically apart and seeking ways to nurture our spirits, you might be interested in more labyrinth activities.

Here are three suggestions:

  • The following link takes you to a flame shaped labyrinth that you can print or “walk” on the screen and suggests prompts for you to use as you take your meditative walk.

  • Take out your finger labyrinth

If you don’t already have one, excellent instructions from Amy Hallman-Grout can be found at

“Walk” the labyrinth using the prompts from the previous link:

START As you move to the center of the flame, think about the word: Hope. What does it bring to mind? What do you think of?

IN THE CENTRE Pause and listen to God. The Bible reminds us that the Holy Spirit can fill us with hope. (Romans 15:13). What do you need hope for today? Ask God to fill you up with hope.

ON THE WAY OUT As you trace your way back out the flame, think about someone who needs hope this week, and ask God to fill them with the Holy Spirit.

  • Walk your finger labyrinth to beautiful, meditative music:

Open the following link to listen to a wonderful Gregorian chant of Veni Creator Spiritus – Come Holy Ghost, the Maker, Come.

The words appear in English on the screen and can be used to focus your meditation.

The recording lasts for 3.28 minutes but can be set to loop if you would like your “walk” to be longer.

We hope you will try some of these activities and that you will find them a source of strength and comfort. We will be developing more resources for you to use at home and at outdoor labyrinths when this is once again possible.