Facemasks in Worship

With increased pressure on our healthcare system from influenza, RSV, and COVID-19 circulating in the community, at this time, under recommendations from Ontario’s Chief Medical Officer of Health and the Bishop of the Eastern Synod, we ask that when you attend in-person worship, you wear a facemask and leave the mask on for the duration of the service. Our masking will continue to help protect our vulnerable children and seniors. (Worship leaders are permitted to temporarily remove their masks when they are speaking or singing.)

Trinity’s Annual Season of Giving

Advent is traditionally a time of year when we participate in many community projects at Trinity. This year we will continue the tradition of generosity in our community.  Here are the projects for this year.

Gifts for Holiday Hampers in support of Wilmot Family Resource Centre
Due December 4th
Help us prepare gifts for families in need. All items need to be brand new and unwrapped. Here are a few ideas for all ages…
Children and Youth: books, craft kits, colouring books, small toys, stuffed animals, bubble bath, puzzles, candy, board games
Adults: bath or lotion gift sets, adult colouring books, card games, puzzles, hard candy, chocolates, nuts, coffee or tea gift sets

Warm Woolies in support of Wilmot Family Resource Centre
Due December 4th
Keep folks warm in our community. We’re accepting new or homemade hats, mitts, and scarves. Children, youth, and adult sizes welcomed.

Men’s Socks in support of House of Friendship
Due December 18th
Keep feet dry and warm this winter! We’re accepting new men’s socks… consider purchasing bulk packages for maximum impact.