Announcements

Church Services:

Sundays 8:00 am and 10:00 am
Thursdays 10:00 am
Find out more about our services here.

Posters and Deanery Events:

https://deaneryofwaterloo.com/announcements/

From Our Sunday Bulletin:

The Quest: Those who have shown interest in a Wednesday morning Bible Study will be notified as soon as we are ready to start. The first meeting will be an organizational meeting.There are a few details that need to be worked out so watch the bulletin for a starting date and time. Please contact Jamie Smith (jsmith1210@rogers.com) of Janet Azzbury (jazzberry137@hotmail.com) for more information or if you have questions.
Link Articles Due: Articles for the upcoming summer Link Newsletter are due May 26
Town Hall: There will be a meeting on the effects of climate change and the Green New Deal on Friday, May 31st in the Parish Hall at 7:00pm
Name Tags! A new sign-up list is at the back of the church for those wishing to order a magnetic name tag. Details of cost and delivery date are still to be determined.
A new project from ACIC! The Anglican Churches in Cambridge are joining together to collect several "Transition to Independence" kits for Monica Place. These kits are given to young moms transitioning out of Monica Place to supportive housing where they need to equip their first kitchen. Please see the display and sign-up sheet in the Parish Hall for ways that you can help. Please bring items by June 16, but only on Sunday mornings. Thank you!
Change in Exercise Program to Prevent Falls: There has been a scheduling change for the kinesiologist who leads the exercise classes. These classes will focus on lower body strength to help prevent falls which are one of the leading causes of emergency room visits for seniors. The 6-week program will begin Thursday, May 30 at 1:30 in the Parish Hall. We can then decide if we want to continue in the fall with their overall body strengthening. This program is geared for seniors. All that is required is comfortable clothing and shoes! Hope you can come!
The big blue box at the back of the church is waiting for your donations to two Cambridge recovery homes now under the umbrella of the FCCCND. Presently they are in need of: spray cleaners for the bathroom, dish soap, coffee, powdered creamer, Kleenex, dryer sheets and toilet paper. Seasonal grass seed, mulch, and gardening tools would be welcome.

Bottle Recovery will no longer be done at Trinity. Please carry on on your own if you wish. Thanks to all who participated in the past. Phil Hollins.

Sunday School meeting in the Arthur Brewer Room today. Ashley Freure is leaving us at the end of June. We need a new coordinator, and we want to build a team of 8 teachers: 2 people per team teaching once a month. Let's give our children our best!

Noteworthy Notices:

Bottle Recovery:  Please remember to bring empty beer, liquor and wine bottles to the back of the church.  Proceeds are going to the roof repairs. If you choose to take the empties to the beer store and donate the cash to the church for a tax receipt, please allocate the donation for roof repairs.

Valuables:  Please do not leave valuables unattended or in your coat pocket if you hang up your coat.  Coats and rooms are not always supervised. Thank you.

Pastoral Care: If you or someone from the church is in hospital, or would like a pastoral call for any reason, please call 519 841 0691 and leave a message to let our clergy know.  Thank you!

Used Laptop:  If you have a used laptop running Windows 10 that you would be willing to donate to the church, please contact the church office.  Thank you!

Nursery Volunteers:   We are looking for volunteers to help in the nursery.  If interested, please contact Tanya Douglas 519 212-3494.  Thank you!

 Church History Booklets:   If anyone is interested in purchasing a $ 5 "A Sense of Place" booklet about Trinity’s history, please contact Tanya Douglas at (519) 212-3494.

Global Outreach and Disaster Relief:  Please go to www.PWRDF.org for an update on our Anglican responses and options for contributing.

Online Giving: Our website offers online giving through PayPal and Credit Cards. It also offers donations of securities or shares through Canada Helps. Donations continue to be received in the previous ways.  This is simply an added option. Thank you.

Pew Cushions are available at the back of the church, near the door to the hall.