What’s Happening at Trinity…
Joint Service with St. Matthews: 9:30 am start in the sanctuary.
Your worship team would like to hear from you! Copies of the brief response form can be obtained from the ushers or from the church office. Please return it by June 9th to the prayer bowl in the chapel.
Peeling the Onion: Reading Revelation in Easter Season. Lively discussions on Tuesdays at 12:30pm in the chapel. Pamphlets and CD’s available on the table under the TV monitor.
Concerned about climate change? Good. On the heels of our climate change film series through Lent, we're offering a book study to deepen the conversation. During June, join us in reading Climate Church, Climate World: How People of Faith Must Work for Change by Jim Antal. Facilitated by Henriette Thompson, former Director of Public Witness for Social and Ecological Justice for the Anglican Church of Canada. Thompson has also served on the board of KAIROS and the Commission on Justice and Peace of the Canadian Council of Churches. Contact email@example.com to take part. Tuesday June 11, 18, 25 at 7:00pm. Location to be determined.
Community iftar meal: The Trinity/St. Matthews meal has been “sold out” consider attending a meal at another location
· May 27: Stirling Avenue Mennonite
· June 3: Rockway Mennonite
RSVP on Eventbrite: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/community-iftar-meal-tickets-60596919016
Single Ladies Dinner Group: We will attend the iftar dinner at St Matthews being held on the last Tue of May (28th). If you have not indicated your participation they are full.
Trinity Reads - and with summer coming it is time to update the choices on the bulletin board. All the current titles are preserved in Trinity News, so they can be replaced with your new suggestions. Fill out another slip, found in the box in the hall, leave it there and let's see what interesting titles we can share for another round of good reading.
Fellowship Club: Sean Campbell, from Union: Sustainable Development Co-operative will speak to the Fellowship Club on June 9th in the Chapel at Trinity on Church at 7:30. His group is pioneering a unique approach to create affordable housing, in partnership with Reception House.
Taizé services: Sunday May 26 at 7:30pm, St. Peter’s Lutheran Church, 810 King St. East, Cambridge.
Ecological and Climate Crisis: How are we to live now?Tuesday May 28 at 7:00 pm – 8:30pm at the Rotunda, Kitchener City Hall. Join Professor Andrew McMurray and local Extinction Rebellion coordinator Shane Mulligan for a frank discussion of our current reality, and of the place of action in upholding both courage and hope. Please Register Here (this is a free event), in conjunction with Divest Waterloo