Posted by: jwhes | October 13, 2022

Worship for Sunday October 16, 2022

The link for Worship for Sunday October 16, 2022 will be sent out on Sunday afternoon. We are recording the message from Gordon Janzen, the representative from Canadian Foodgrains Bank, during the in person worship service to add to the recording of the rest of the service. Please watch your emails for this link Sunday afternoon.

Sermon by phone will be updated Sunday afternoon.

The Outreach Committee extends a heartfelt thanks to so many of you who generously donated warm winter clothing and toiletries to our recent drive for Main Street Project and Koats for Kids for young Ukrainian children. The response, as always, was truly overwhelming. Many people will be able to embrace Manitoba’s cold winter because of your generosity. Thank you.

We hold in prayer those who have been devastated by Hurricane Fiona, including the people in the Maritimes.  

We hold in prayer Lorraine Antosh as she is in hospital.

We continue to hold the people of James Smith Cree Nation and the nearby village of Weldon, Saskatchewan in our prayers.   

Irma Nadeau will be on holidays for the week of October 14-21st.

NEW FUNDRAISING EVENT! Soup for all! Trinity United and Good Shepherd Anglican are joining together in this new and delicious fundraiser! If you have a favourite soup you’d love to make for us OR if you enjoy a bowl of tasty soup and would like to purchase some soup, this is for you! Each package of soup will come frozen in 1.5 cup portions, cost $5.00 (minimum $10) and can be picked up on Sunday November 6th or delivered to your home. Would you like to make soup? please call Marilyn 204 269 0512 with the list of ingredients; Soups will be on sale beginning this Sunday, October 16th, before and after worship, or call to order your soup from the list. Questions? please call Marilyn 204 269 0512. Thank you for supporting this fundraiser!

6,375 Cartoon Soup Pots Images, Stock Photos & Vectors | Shutterstock

Did you notice the quilts hanging in the sanctuary this Sunday? Here’s where they are going:

Northern Beginnings was organized by Cst. Kelly McQuade to support Nunavut infants, children, and new moms in need by giving them essentials, as supplies are very limited and expensive in the north. When Kelly was transferred out of Nunavut, she approached One Plane Away (OPA) to continue her work. OPA gathers and distributes baby clothes and supplies for babies up to 2 years and in the first 8 months of 2022, 600 baby boxes were delivered. The Sew and Sews are contributing their baby quilts and other items to this organization.

We are grateful to Jackie and Dennis Snarr and Edgar Rosales for cashiering this Sunday.  

Programs at Trinity: if you’d like to take part in any of our programs, please be in touch with Elizabeth ( or Irma (

Trinity Walkers: From Maryann: All walks start at 9:30 a.m. October 18: my plan is to walk Henteleff Park, parking in the park parking lot, 1964 St Mary’s Rd.  Please let me know if plan to join me or if you are interested in walking with me at another time. 

Holy Yoga: Saturdays at 10-11am, followed by coffee until noon, all on Zoom. 

Bible Study: Mondays at 7-8 on Zoom. 

South Side Community Fitness and Fellowship: 

fitness: Tuesdays at 1:30 p.m. in the sanctuary or on Zoom No fitness Oct 18, 25, Nov 1, 8th

yoga: Wednesdays at 10:30 a.m. in the sanctuary or on Zoom

Trinity continues to follow the guidelines that the board prayerfully put into place on  September 28, 2022. Masks and hand sanitizing along with safe distancing is required for all in person gatherings. 


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