What’s Happening at Trinity…
The Gospel According to Who? – starts next!
Sun 2-3:30pm Tues 12:30-2pm, Thurs 5:30-7pm
until Sun Nov 25 repeated Tues/Thurs
5. Luke – liberation and liftoff, volume 1 of 2
6. John – now for something completely different
7. Me or Us – what’s your ‘greatest hits playlist’?
Reception House: Next Sunday November 18 special guests will share the work they do. A light lunch followed by a workshop on refugees after our service. The Heejo family will join us for coffee and lunch. Please consider joining us.
Observer Renewal 2019: If you wish to renew your subscription or begin a new subscription please contact the office. The fee is $25 (including taxes) and is due by November 25. Payment may be placed on the offering plate indicating it is for the Observer or mailed to the church.
Donations for Christmas Memorial Flowers: will be received on the offering plates or through the office. This year we will be delivering the plants to our shut-ins after worship on December 9. Please confirm the wording of your memorial with the church office no later than Wednesday, December 5. Call the office at 519-742-3578 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
The Trinity Book Club will gather at the home of Jane M. on Wednesday, November 21 at 1:30. The book for discussion is "Baltimore's Mansion, A Memoir" by Wayne Johnston. Classed as literary non-fiction, the narrative follows the story of three generations of the author's family, descendants of Irish immigrant settlers in Newfoundland, but it also includes much historical detail about the former British colony and its entry into Confederation. Entertaining and informative, this book should lead to interesting discussion. Please join us.
POINSETTIAS!! - Will once again be available for ordering through a team effort of Meagan H. and Renée B. to help support them and their respective RINGETTE teams in Waterloo and Kitchener. Meagan and/or Renée will be happy to take your order after service on Nov 11,18, 25, or by e-mail to either D-J Heard (email@example.com) or Katherine Bitzer (firstname.lastname@example.org) Your beautiful plants will be ready for pick-up on Dec 6 from 4-7pm in the Fellowship Hall of St. Matthews Church. Thank you so much for your ongoing support of Trinity's youth!
Sing Peace with Inshallah: Sunday November 11 at 3:00pm at Trillium Lutheran Church, 22 Willow St., Waterloo. Free Will Offering for Community Ministry.
Schneider Male Chorus concert presents: “Let There Be Peace”. All are invited to join us on Sunday, November 11, 2:30 pm at First United Church, 16 William Street West, Waterloo. Proceeds support the mission work of our UCW. Cost: pay-as-you-can.
Hamilton Conference Farewell: “A Come and Go Tea” Celebrating Hamilton Conference will be held on Friday November 16 between 1 and 3 pm. 1552 Highway 6 North, Hamilton.
HOPE COMES TO EARTH: Music for the Christmas Season. Spiritus Ensemble performs two of Bach’s best-loved works, the Magnificat and the Cantata Wachet auf (‘Sleepers, wake!’) as well as The Temple (2018) by Zachary Wadsworth. With soloists Sheila Dietrich, Jennifer Enns Modolo, Daniel Cabena, Bud Roach and Daniel Lichti; Kenneth Hull conducting. Sunday, November 25, 2018 at 3:00 p.m., at Trillium (formerly St John’s) Lutheran Church, 22 Willow Street, Waterloo. Tickets $30 Adults | $25 Seniors | $10 Students | $5 Children. Tickets available at the door and at spiritusensemble.com.
Ecumenical Worship with Taizé songs: prayer service & scripture readings surrounded by silence & beautiful music. Next service is Sunday, Nov 25, 7:30pm at Waterloo North Mennonite Church, 100 Benjamin Rd.
Wayne Gilpin Singers: Saturday December 1, at 8.00p.m. there will be a celebration of the Nativity and our 14th annual Jazz Messiah, St. John the Evangelist Church, 23 Water St. North, Kitchener, with band accompaniment.