The Debajehmujig Theatre Company, the only professional storytelling theatre company located on a reserve in Canada, is working in the Waterloo area to build relationships between settlers and Indigenous Peoples in the area. The culmination of their week will be ‘Maamawi’, a show incorporating stories collected over the week as they worked with Indigenous Peoples, New Canadians, land and water defenders, arts patrons, etc. The show, to be held at 7 pm on Saturday, May 11th at the University of Waterloo’s Theatre of the Arts, is free to the public, but registration in advance is necessary. Register here with Eventbrite.
On Sunday, May 26th, Trinity will officially welcome new members. If you are interested in adding your name to our roster of members, please speak with Pastor Tanya Ramer.
Also on May 26th, we have our annual year-end Faith Adventures Carnival. Join us for the last Sunday of our children’s education programming before summer as we meet for outdoor games, ice-cream, balloons, and a scavenger hunt. It all happens after worship, and all kids, young and young-at-heart, are welcome!
The May issue of the Trinity Dove newsletter is now available.
Find out about Spring Clean-Up Day, a new wheelchair, summer breaks for Trinity programming, and more.
See the newsletter page for the current issue and back issues.