March 17th update

What’s Happening at Trinity…

Annual Reports: are available for pick up in the Narthex on Sunday March 19th.

Trinity Annual General Meeting of the Congregation (AGM): will follow the service on Sunday March 26th in the Fellowship Hall. A luncheon will be provided.

Messy Church: Join us on Friday March 24th for a meal and activities beginning at 5:00 pm

Trinity Single Women’s Dinner: We will be meeting on Tuesday, March 28th – 6:00 pm at the Fireside Deli at the corner of Strasburg Rd and Ottawa St., Kitchener. Please RSVP to Elaine S. at (519) 578-9065.

Trinity Fellowship Club Meeting: Sunday, 26 March at 7:30 p.m. in the Hearth Room. The program will feature our own Dennis and Trudy W., both appearing in civil war garb. Dennis will be speaking on the topic, "How Canada Fought the American Civil War and Forged a Nation". Very timely as we prepare to celebrate the 150th anniversary of our country! All are welcome.

Easter Memorial Flowers Deadline: Sunday, April 9th Donations are now being accepted for the flowers that will adorn our sanctuary on Easter Sunday. After the service, the plants will be delivered to Trinity shut-ins and members who have experienced the loss of a loved one in the past year. Please include your preferred wording (for the Easter bulletin memorial list) with your donation, or contact the church office 519-742-3578; email office@tuckitchener.org

Holy Week:

April 9 10:00 am Palm Sunday Service

April 13 6:00 pm Maundy ThursdayService

April 14 10:00 pm Good Friday Service

April 16 10:00 am Easter Sunday Service

Awakening to Contemporary Spiritual Voices: workshops based on Diana Butler Bass’ book “Grounded: Finding God in the World”. The weekend of April 22 – 24. Pick and choose the workshop and day. All workshops are in the Hamilton area. http://hamconf.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/01/Diana-Butler-Bass-weekend-poster.pdf

Community News

March 25, 9:30am – 3:00 pm: Intercultural Dialogue Institute KW is offering Dialogue School. Four full day sessions – Winter, Spring, Summer, Fall at the University of Waterloo. The first session will be held at 140 Westmount Rd. N, Waterloo. “A time of meaningful dialogue between followers of different faiths and cultures. Getting to know one another through understanding, talking and listening.” The Fee for the program is $100. Register by March 23