The ACW Christmas Bazaar,
Saturday, Nov. 18, 9:30 am – 1:30 pm,
Lunch 11 am – 1 pm,
Join in the Christmas magic with some of the best buys in town. Attic treasures, jewelry, bake table, plants, children’s books, a silent auction and a hot and cold luncheon. All there for you to purchase for just a $2 admission. There’s even a Kid’s Corner with face painting and fun activities.
Tuesday, Nov. 21, 7:30 pm
Join us for a financial update and further discussions following from our fall Vestry.
Additional Dates for Trinity’s New Photo Directory,
Nov. 21 & 23, 2:30-8:30 pm
If we have enough people sign up we can open two new photo sessions times. Please click here
if you’re interested and we’ll contact you to confirm your booking.
Guest Speaker, Rev. Chris Harper,
Sunday, Nov. 26, 9:15 & 11:15 Services
The FNMI, our First Nations Focused Group, have arranged for Rev. Christ Harper, Plains Cree, Anglican clergy and Indigenous Native Priest of the Diocese of Toronto to be our guest speaker, as they launch this year’s Advent Conspiracy.
“First Light” Celebration, Sainte-Marie-among-the-Hurons,
Saturday, Nov. 25, Bus leaves 2:15 pm
A festive event of family activities and performers, amidst the spectacular glow of over 5,000 candles. Cost is $60, includes admission bracelet, four course dinner in the 17th century styled, Restaurant Sainte-Marie and bus to and from the site. We join the Church of the Redeemer on a bus leaving from the Hwy. 400 & King Rd. carpool lot. Returning 10 – 11 pm. Payment to be made on the bus (cash or cheque, made out to Church of the Redeemer). Register here
until Nov. 20.
Advent “Jingle Mingle” Coffee Hour,
Sunday, Dec. 3, 10:15 am
We join Aurora United for cider, Christmas cookies, decorating the courtyard tree and playing “Jingle-Mingle-Bingle” (come find out). AUC will join us for an early Coffee Hour. Trinity parishioners are asked to please park offsite if able, so AUC members will have some parking spaces available.
Advent Seniors Eucharist and Luncheon,
Wednesday, Dec. 13, 10:30 am
Join us for a favourite seasonal gathering. Age is no limit. Call the church office, at 905-727-6101, to confirm your attendance and let us know if you need a ride.
Small Groups; Final Sessions the week of Nov. 19th
Tuesdays, 7:00pm, Wednesdays, 1:30pm,
Thursdays, 1:30pm & 6:30pm, Sermon Series ends Nov. 19
We’ll tackle the issues most frequently explored by those trying to deepen their faith. Runs until Nov. 21 (afternoon), 23 and 28 (evening).
2018 Women’s Retreat at Jackson’s Point, April 13-15
Registration Sunday Mornings Only, in the Narthex
Register now for our popular Women’s Retreat, held again at Lake Simcoe. The 2018 theme will be “Celebrate Your Way to Pray”.This event sells out quickly, and registration is limited to 40 women, plus a wait list, so register early if you don’t miss out. Retreat Team members will be in the narthex on Sunday to answer questions and process your registration/payment.
Horizons, Meets the 1st Tuesday of the Month,
starting Oct. 3, 7pm
Does someone you know live with the realities of a mental illness? We offer a safe place for group support and resource sharing for family members of those living with various mental health concerns.
Baptismal Preparation, Jan. 7, 14, 21 & 28, 9:15am
Considering baptism for you or your child? This program offers information, support and guidance for the next stage of your spiritual journey. We meet over four consecutive Sundays in the Historic Chapel.
Sunday, Oct. 15, 22 & 29 at 12:30pm,
we break until Sunday, Jan. 28, Feb 4 & 11
Our young people meet over 6 weeks to take on the promises made on their behalf at baptism, as their own. To register, click here
. Confirmation with the Bishop is at Trinity on Trinity Sunday, May 27.
Progressive Christianity Small Group
Evolution & The Spiritual Life, Tuesdays, 7:30pm
Join Cathy Cross & Lenore Pressley for evenings of thoughtful discussion focused around DVD presentations from Diarmuid O’Murchu (Sacred heart Missionary, author, and social psychologist, working with adult faith development) and Joan Chittester (Benedictine Sister of Erie, who asks questions of the church and society that test popular “truths” about the empowerment of women, contemporary spirituality and social justice). For info contact Lenore, david.pressley @sympatico.ca or Cathy, email@example.com