What's Happening at Trinity...
Romans: The Gospel According to Paul
Pick up audio CDs under the screen in the chapel -
Tuesdays at Noon in the Garret - join a lively conversation,
Over the Apollo Cinema, 30 Duke St, 190 Ontario St
Welcoming: Sonya Wu-Winter as our guest leader this Sunday September 2.
Leaving the building: If you leave from the lower Charles St. entrance please push the door so that it locks.
Choir Practice: resumes Thursday September 6th at 7:30 pm. New voices are welcome. All are invited to sing with us.
Transition Team: September 10 meeting 5:30 – 7:00 pm in the chapel.
Doors Open: If you are interested and available to assist on Saturday September 15th at the Doors Open event being held in our chapel please contact Lori-Ann Livingston Breathwaite. There is a sign-up sheet in the hallway outside the chapel doors as well.
Trinity Book Club: will meet on Wednesday, Sept.19 at the home of Vi to talk about "Carnegie's Maid", by Marie Benedict. The story, set in Pittsburgh in the 1860's, traces the life of an Irish immigrant girl hired by the wealthy Carnegie family. Regulars AND newcomers are welcome to join in a discussion of this semi-historical novel.
What If Stories…: Take a moment to read some of the stories submitted this summer. They are located on the bulletin board in the hallway to room 102. (near the St. Matthews parlor). You can also read the stories using the green button above.
Loaves and Fishes: This St. Matthews program will be starting up on Tuesday September 11th. Meals are served Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridays at noon. If you wish to attend you must call the St. Matthews office by 9:00 am of the specific day to let them know so food can be ordered. You could also volunteer for one or more days helping out in a variety of ways. Call 519-742-0462. A menu will be posted on the St. Matthews Bulletin board at the end of August.
Community BBQ: St. Matthews is hosting their 3rd BBQ lunch, Sunday September 16th, after worship (about 11:00am). Come out and participate. If you would like to volunteer and help out that would be appreciated. Money collected from a free will offering will go to the Refugee Fundraiser.
Start dates for Trinity Activities: Keith is putting together our September newsletter. If you have a mid-week activity please let Keith and Dorothy know so that it can be shared with others. When is your activity starting... fellowship club, choir, prayer shawl, single ladies dinner, book club.....?
Hamilton conference UCW: Annual Fall Retreat at Five Oaks Friday October 12 and Saturday October 13th. Arriving at 4:00 pm. Theme “Walking a New Path with our Lord” Cost $115 – preregistration $20(non-refundable) Registration deadline September 30th.
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.
Spiritual Heritage Education Network Conference on Education to Globalize the Human Mind: Cultivating the Spirit of LOVE Sep 29 -30 at Renison University College. More info on the round bulletin board or check out the website. Tickets $89 http://spiritualeducation.org/work/conf2018