Trinity this week – Transfiguration Sunday – February 11, 2024

Hello Trinity Friends,

Please join us this Transfiguration Sunday for worship at 10:30 am. In Sunday School children will be discussing “Have a Heart Day”. 

An important note:  Our Lift will not be available until further notice.  Some repairs need to be done before we can use it again.  We are very sorry for the inconvenience!  

For those who are unable to attend in person, we hope you will join us on YouTube. or on Cogeco’s YourTV.


Red Hot Friday Chili Night with special musical guests Brian Risk and Kristy. Come out for an evening of delicious chili, fresh buns and delicious dessert!  There will be several chilis to choose from – spicy, mild and anything in between!  Special guest judges will choose their top 3 chili and you will have a chance to choose fan favourite!  Chili will be served from 5:30 until 7 (or when it runs out).  Doors open at 5.  Admission by donation ($10 suggested) – all proceeds help with Trinity Family events. 


Trinity’s AOTS will be serving pancakes and sausage on Tuesday February 13th from 5 pm to 6:30 pm.  Adults: $10 ~ 6-12 yrs: $5 ~ under 6: ‘free’ Family: $25

An ASH WEDNESDAY service will be held at St. Andrew’s United Church at noon on Wednesday February 14th.

Sunday February 18th is the first Sunday  in Lent and the return of the musical “Blues” in worship. The Sacrament of Holy Communion will be shared. Rev. Kathleen McCallum will lead our service.  Throughout the season of Lent, we will be joined by guest musicians who will help set the tone for worship each week.  More about that next week. 

Our Monday Food Shelf has seen an approximate 70% increase in users from this time last year. The need is great. Please consider donating to our Food Shelf Program through this year’s Lenten offering. Envelopes are available today (and throughout Lent) from your Ushers. Your support of this important outreach is appreciated! Thank-you!

February 14th is “Have a Heart Day”

Information on how you can honour this day can be found in your bulletin and by visiting the Canadian Shield Regional Council website. Minute For Right Relations

“Have a Heart Day “is an opportunity to use our actions and voice to speak out for equitable services for all children. Caring Canadians can help ensure First Nations children can grow up safely at home, get a good education, be healthy, and be proud of who they are.