What’s Happening at Trinity…
After Worship Sunday:
Lunch Discussion with SDC –
Facilitators and Lutheran Hosts may join us
All Candidates gathering 12-2pm
in the Fellowship Hall
Last week, volunteers brought sweets, Pete arranged sandwiches.
Our free will offering from last week brought in $58 to cover some of our lunch expenses – 30 diners, and a dozen doners@ $5
Sunday – same thanks to Pete, volunteers, diners and donors.
12:30pm Tuesday Oct 2 in the Garret – finishing Romans
Over the Apollo Cinema, 30 Duke St, 190 Ontario St
Trustees’ Working Group
6:30pm Wed Oct 3 in the ‘Upper Room’
7pm Wed Oct 3 in the Chapel
Glib Liberals Reading Leviticus in Tory Times, Week 4
Pick up audio CDs under the screen in the chapel -
Music Director Posting
Board has delegated recruitment of music staff to Barbara Bitzer
Nov 1, 2018 to June 30, 2019 – posting available at the chapel
What If Stories:
New stories added this week to the bulletin board in the hallway.
Stop by to read them. Stories also added to the Friday eblast.
Last call Sunday to add your story 2020!
Next Sunday 9:30am Thanksgiving Sunday, October 7
Worldwide Communion Sunday
Shared with St Matthews, joint choirs.
Canadian Foodgrains Bank speaker.
Steps Toward Reconciliation: Blanket Exercise Workshop & Lunch: Join Parkminister United Church on Sunday October 14 at 11:30am to deepen your understanding of the shared history between Indigenous peoples and European settlers. Register today. A Free event but donations welcomed.
Where are all the young people?: Join writer/educator David Wells in examining ‘why young people are so disaffected by their encounters with churches and what might be our response.’ Friday October 19 at 7:30pm at St. Jerome’s University Vanstone Lecture Hall 290 Westmount Rd. N. Limited parking. Register for this complimentary lecture.
Waterloo Presbyterial: “JOY” day at Parkminster United Church, Waterloo on Saturday October 20th - 10am -2pm. Getting Stress Under Control Through Mindfulness and Meditation followed by Doing God’s Work in the World-Kenya and Morongoro. Lunch provided. Tickets $15. Call Barbara Seaton (519) 623-1359.
Musical Event: Join us at First United Church on Sunday October 28 at 3 pm for an enjoyable afternoon of great music. KW BIG BAND THEORY is well-known for its thrilling big band classics from the swing era to the punchy horn bands from the 70's and 80's. This concert will also feature the talented voices of Derek Hines and Nathan Martin. Tickets are $25 available online at BROWNPAPERTICKETS.COM and WORDSWORTH BOOKS (96 King St, S. Waterloo). We are pleased that the Solé restaurant (83 Erb St. W. in Waterloo) is supporting this concert by offering 10% off a dinner entrée to those who have proof of their attendance at the concert (Sunday October 28 only). Reservations would be appreciated.
Jesus Camp: A Contemplative Retreat with PiE Young adults are invited to join PiE (Pastors in Exile) for a weekend of open exploration around our images of Jesus. Who is Jesus for us? For me? Doubt, resistance, struggle with the relevance of Jesus - all of this is welcome. Love, confidence, longing for deeper intimacy with Jesus - all of this is welcome. This weekend will be a space to honour our deepest questions and tend to the longings of our souls. Register by Oct.22nd November 2-4, 2018 - Crieff Hills Retreat Centre. For more information and to register visit: www.pastorsinexile.org/retreat.
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.
Ministry in Motion 2018 November 5 – 7, 2018: Registration is now open. Guest speakers, Betty Pries, Jason Byassee, Cheri DiNovo. Check out the website for details. Register before October 9th for Early Bird rate of $225. Happening at Wellington Square United Church, Burlington. Check bulletin board for printed announcement.
Please check the bulletin boards & www.trinityunitedkw.ca
for more upcoming events.