Posted by: jwhes | December 4, 2020

Worship – December 6, 2020

Here is the link to our worship:

We hope this video or print worship reminds you of our regular time together on Sunday.

Upcoming Advent and Christmas worship services:

December 9 – 6:30pm – Moderator’s “Advent’s Lament: a Blue Christmas service” by zoom or youtube:
December 13 – recorded worship – joy
December 20 – recorded worship – love – with communion; bring a piece of bread, cracker, bun; something to drink; and a candle
December 21 – recorded worship – Longest Night of the Year – a quiet, intimate service led by Elizabeth and Jennifer from Good Shepherd for all who are finding it difficult during this season and long for some meaning and space to remember and to “be” in this place
December 24 – recorded worship – Christmas Eve for the whole family – all the familiar characters tell the story (socially distancing, of course!) along with all your favourite hymns and special music by the choir to make this service special and unique; bring a candle to light as we sing Silent Night together
December 27 – Coffee and prayer by zoom: join us at 10:30am for a time of connecting, prayer and scripture; say hi to people you haven’t seen for a while; bring your morning coffee and connect by your cell phone, tablet, computer or land line telephone (local Winnipeg number) to celebrate the season of Christmas

Watch for the daily Advent reflections
A group of United Church ministers from the south end of Winnipeg are collaborating to offer a series of reflections, “enceinte: united church advent devotions during a pandemic”Enceinte (/änˈsant/) is an ancient word with two meanings: pregnant, and a protected enclosure (see image attached). As we journey toward the birth of Jesus during these COVID-19 times, the devotions offer a fold in your day to reflect and restore. The daily devotions from Monday to Friday are an opportunity to stop for a few minutes in your day and share in the reflection offered by the leader.  Saturday the devotions are longer and meditative in tone and will conclude with communion. If you’d like to receive an email each day (Monday to Saturday) with the reflections, please send a note to the office (

United Church calendars are now on sale! $7 for one; $20 for three; please contact Gerta (

Sew and Sews Virtual Place Mat Sale!Our place mat fund raiser project is still on the Trinity United Church website. Scroll down under the “Adult Activities” tab to see the pictures of the beautiful place mats for sale–proceeds to go to 1JustCity along with the instructions on how to purchase the place mats. This is a very exciting venture for us–a virtual sale.  We are hoping for great results! Have a look!  We hope that you can find some great Christmas gifts for some special folks in your life.

We are offering the following programs on the Zoom online platform that can be accessed by computer, cell phone or local phone number; please be in touch if you’d like to take part:

Holy Yoga is offered on Saturday for 1 hour and 15 minutes at 10am and Monday 3pm
Bible Study, Mondays 7-8pm, as an online, video call. We begin again in January
Trinity Walkers: this group is cancelled because of the provincial health order.
Youth Group: Sunday December 6th at 11am to noon on zoom.
The Big Question: Sunday December 6 9:15 to 10:15am on zoom
South Side Fellowship exercise is back! Join Suni for a virtual exercise class, Wednesdays 1-2:15pm
Committees can meet by online video call; please call the office to have us book your call.

Know that we are praying for each one of you as you find your way through this time. If you have an idea, prayer or story you’d like to share with me, please send it to me at:  I am sending out a mid-week, short email with a thought for the day and I’d love to hear what brings you hope, where you see God’s love in our world, and what you find inspirational. If you have comments, suggestions, or any thoughts about worship or how you’re doing, please be in touch. Trinity is here for you and we will respond.

May you know God’s presence and peace with you as we continue to move through this new reality,


Because of the Provincial Health order on November 30th, moving Manitoba to “Red” and closing all religious buildings, the Executive has postponed in person, indoor worship, and closed the building to all user and church groups; staff will be in for specific tasks but mainly working from home; our non-essential building is limited to 5 people for specific tasks.


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