Our worship services through May will remain online only and can be found on our Facebook page. The services will continue to follow the Easter Morning Prayer Format, with the exception of Pentecost on May 23. Once the stay-at-home order is lifted we will assess the situation about when we resume in-person worship. Readings listed subject to change.
Sunday May 2nd – 5thSunday in Easter:
1 John 4:7-21; John 15:1-8
May 9th– 6thSunday in Easter:
1 John 5:1-6; John 15:9-17
May 16 – Ascension Sunday (and Jerusalem Sunday):
Acts 1:1-11; Luke 24:44-53
May 23 – Pentecost Sunday
Acts 2:1-21; John 15:26-27, 16:4-15
May 30 – Trinity Sunday
The Second Hand Shop remains closed for now and we are unable to accept any donations for the Shop. Please DO NOT leave items at the church. No one is working in the shop. We look forward to the time when it is safe to open up again and we certainly will let you know when!
If you can print and drop off a copy of “News from the Pews” for someone who does not have email, please do.
Yoga continues on Zoom, Saturdays at 10 am. $10 per class. Anyone interested may contact Art Holden, for Yogi George.
Tuesdays, May 4– Trinity study group, 7:30 pm on Zoom. The study group will continue on Tuesday evenings in May, and up to and including June 1 (N.B. not May 18).We have Evening Prayer, some social time, followed by our current study topic, the Apostle’s Creed. This study is based on the work of Alister McGrath, his book “”I Believe” Exploring the Apostles Creed” and a bible study he wrote that goes with it. Anyone is welcome to join for this interesting study. Contact Rev. Dana if you are interested in joining in.
Wednesday, May 5
– Morning Prayer with Rev. Dana, from the rectory, on our Facebook page, at 9 am. Rev. Dana will continueon Wednesday mornings, with the stream going live shortly before. The services will remain available for viewing until the next week.
– Soul Survivors meet at 7:30 pm on Zoom. This group welcomes anyone affected by cancer or chronic illness (either yourself or a family member). Meetings are the first Wednesday of each month, and currently are on Zoom. Contact: Gretchen Dewhirst(416) 818-9213 or email@example.com
Sunday, May 9 –Meat sale orders are due by this date. There is still a week to place an order. See details below.
Thursday, May 13 – Meat orders will be in our parking lot for pick-up, at 5 pm.
Wednesday, May 19 – Wardens meet at 7:30 pm on Zoom. If there is anything you would like them to discuss please let them know a few days prior to their meeting. Contact: Cynthia or Patti
Wednesday, May 26 – Advisory Board meets at 7:30 pm on Zoom.
Saturday May 29 – Bottle Drive
We are hosting a series of bottle drives throughout the spring and summer in our parking lot. The first one will be Saturday May 29, 9 am to 11 am. There will be volunteers in the parking lot to receive your empties. So start gathering them up, and help us share the news, inviting friends and family to drop-off of theirs. And no judgements on how much anyone brings –after all you might be collecting from others.Stay tuned for dates for June, July and August as well.
Sunday, May 30 – Recipes for Trinity’s new cookbook should be submitted by this date.
Plans are underway for Trinity’s Cookbook! We are looking for recipe submissions. Not just any recipe– we want to make this special. We want to see those recipes that are special to you! Maybe a recipe that your mother or grandmother passed down, or something that you have at every special family meal. A culinary dish that means something to you. The cookbook will not be printed until the fall. But we are looking to get the recipes submitted by May 30th.
We are excited to try this new kind of fundraiser for the church! And looking forward to all the delicious recipes we receive!
The link to use for submitting a recipe is: https://cookbookprinter.com/PDF/RecipeSubmissionForm-Fill.pdf
When you have completed filling in the recipe info, then send it to Elizabeth Annand at this email address: