What does it mean to live in this land we call home? Over thirteen weeks spread out in June, August and October, Faith in Film will look at films and filmmakers telling stories of the land we live on. How do we think about ‘home’ and what does it mean to us as Indigenous, settler, immigrant or migrant peoples? We will explore feature films and programs of shorts.
Check out the Faith in Film page for more details.
Each Advent and Lent, Lutherans Connect, the online presence of Lutheran Campus Ministry Toronto, presents a series of fantastic devotions. Consider making these devotions a part of your Lenten discipline.
The series is curated by Trinity’s own Sherry Coman, and can be found online here.
On January 29th, Trinity’s former pastor, and the former Principal-Dean of Waterloo Lutheran Seminary, will visit us at Trinity.
Rev. Dr. David Pfrimmer will preach at our morning service, and then lead our adult education forum on the topic of medical assistance in dying. He’ll facilitate a discussion, offering insights from his new e-book, The Art of Dying Well.
You can prepare for the discussion by reading Dr. Pfrimmer’s e-book for free here.
We acknowledge the kind permission of the Centre for Public Ethics at Waterloo Lutheran Seminary for allowing us to make this e-book available to users of the Trinity website.
November 6th to 12th is treaty recognition week in the Province of Ontario. The Anglican-Lutheran Working Group for Treaties Recognition Week have prepared a series of daily devotions. You are welcome to use these in your own devotions.