December 16th Update

What’s Happening at Trinity

Thank you: to all who so generously donated to the Christmas Memorial flower fund this year, and to all who delivered the poinsettias this past Sunday. L. Gilmore has received several calls from members expressing appreciation to Trinity for remembering them at this time of year with a beautiful poinsettia and a visit.

Tax year ending December 31st: All donations need to be received by the end of December to be credited to the 2016 year. Tax slips will be issued in February 2017.

OASIS OF PEACE: Every Thursday during Advent the chapel will be open between 11:00 am and 2:00 pm for a time or reflection. Join us.

Calendars for sale: T. Coutts has calendars from The Friends of the North for sale for $20. The calendar contains beautiful photos of the Artic Bay area taken by Esau Tatatoapik. All proceeds will be used to support programs in Nunavut.

Christmas Eve Services: Family Service at 4:00 pm, Communion Service at 10:00 pm

No Worship Services at Trinity: There will be no services at Trinity on Sunday December 25th and Sunday January 1st, 2017. Please join another congregation in the city on those dates.

Annual Reports: please submit your report(s) to the office by Monday January 9, 2017. They may be emailed to office@tuckitchener.org

Building Hours: the office is closed between Christmas and New Years. The office will be open again on January 2, 2017. The building will be open Wednesday Dec 28, Thursday Dec 29 from 9:00 – 3:30 pm.

SYRIAN REFUGEE FUND: Please remember the ongoing financial needs of our Hejjo family. Every dollar over the sparse government stipend, improves their adaptation to life in Canada. Dental expenses are considerable. The support group thanks all who contribute regularly on a monthly basis and to all who continue to make contributions to his fund.

This Week at 74 Frederick

Please be aware that the driveway to access the parking lot has once again moved since last Sunday. There is also a large pile of snow next to the dumpster limiting the number of available spaces now that winter has arrived. Access to the parking lot continues to be from the corner of Queen and Duke Streets. (Photo December 16th am)