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COVID-19 Response

WORSHIP

At their meeting on November 18th, Trinity’s Church Council elected to suspend in-person worship. The Waterloo Region has since been moved to the Red Level, or “control” level, as outlined in the Province of Ontario’s COVID-19 response framework.

Church Council and Trinity’s Return to Worship Task Team will continue to monitor the rapidly changing situation in Waterloo Region and provide updates related to in-person worship as needed.

Online worship, broadcast from Trinity’s worship space, will continue Sundays at 9:30 am on Facebook. Details for joining online worship are found here.

OFFERINGS

Please remember that Trinity relies on financial offerings to continue our ministry with as few interruptions as possible. Our regular Trinity folks are encouraged to sign up for Pre-Authorized Remittance, mail a cheque to the church, or make an in-person donation if you have pre-registered to attend on a Sunday morning.

For friends of Trinity who would also like to send an offering, donations can be made directly on our website here. Please note that all online donations made through this channel will receive a tax receipt from Canada Helps, who handles the online donation transaction on our behalf. (Trinity folks… these donations will not be duplicated on your Trinity tax receipt.)

Blessing of the Animals

This year on the church calendar, the Feast of St. Francis of Assisi, the patron saint of animals and the environment, is on Sunday, October 4th. You are invited on this day, to bring
your family’s pet(s) to a “Blessing of the Animals”. We’ll meet on the church lawn (beside 272 Peel Street) at 4:00 pm for a short blessing, approximately 20 minutes. You are welcome to bring a lawn chair if you’d prefer to sit.

While this is an outdoor service, physical distancing will need to be maintained. We also need to discourage the mingling of pets, so please ensure your pet is on a leash. Kindly bring
along your poop ’n’ scoop baggies for any souvenirs they leave behind. (The property guys will appreciate it when cutting the grass!)

If the event needs to be cancelled due to inclement weather, Pastor Tanya will give an update at online worship on October 4th at 9:30 am.

Monday Morning Meetup

On Monday mornings through the end of September, weather permitting, you are invited to pop by Trinity for an informal outdoor, physically-distanced visit with Pastor Tanya.

From 10:00 am to 11:00 am, we’ll have a few chairs set up on Trinity’s Peel Street lawn, right beside 272 Peel Street. (You can bring your own chair, if you prefer.)