June 14, 2019

What’s Happening at Trinity…

Worship Team: Thank you! Your worship team thanks everyone who completed the worship survey. We appreciated the number of people who took time to share their thoughts. We have read each comment carefully and will pass all the data to our new minister. We will also be compiling a report for the congregation for the next issue of Trinity News. 

Numbered – Footnotes: Reading Numbers in Summer 2019 – daily posts start today at www.hereticslikeus.com – ask for CD set or download audio online – continues online to July 27.

Concerned about climate change?   Book Study begins this Tuesday June 18th in the Parlour for the next three weeks.

 Trinity Reads - and with summer coming it is time to update the choices on the bulletin board. All the current titles are preserved in Trinity News, so they can be replaced with your new suggestions. Fill out another slip, found in the box in the hall, leave it there and let's see what interesting titles we can share for another round of good reading.

 Blanket Exercise: This Monday June 17 at 7pm in the St. Matthews courtyard. Learn more about the history of contact between non-Indigenous and Indigenous people in Canada.  The KAIROS Blanket Exercise is a unique, participatory history lesson that was developed in collaboration with Indigenous Elders, knowledge keepers and educators.

Covenanting Service:  Andrea Allen (nee Johnston) will be having her covenanting service with Westminster United Church on Sunday June 23 at 6:30pm.  543 Beechwood Dr., Waterloo. Andrea is the daughter of Wayne and Marguerite Johnston.  All are welcome to attend.

Community Events

Fundraising concert:  Joshua Ehlebracht, interim music director at St. Matthews and Sebastian Meadows-Helmer, minister, will be playing the organ and violin respectively on Sunday June 23 at 3:00pm in the sanctuary.  Freewill donation will support Joshua’s tuition at Eastman School of Music and the St. Matthews Organ Repair Fund.  Join us for an afternoon of music.