Adult Activities

HOLY YOGA – Connecting mind, body and spirit with the divine

Trinity’s Spiritual yoga program that welcomes all who wish to explore the connection between mind, body and spirit in a faith-based setting.    Persons of all faiths and genders are welcome, and no level of fitness is required as adaptations (e.g. chair yoga)  are accommodated.   There is no cost to participate in this program and no registration is required.

Prayer – Meditation – Chanting/singing – Gentle Movement – Adaptable postures

**Times:    Tuesdays  5:30 – 6:30 pm
2nd and 4th Saturday of each month 9:45 – 11:00 am (September – June)
** Times may  vary

“the goal of yoga is not the goal.  The goal is not to achieve any specific posture.  The goal is to appreciate your body and deepen the connection between mind body and spirit.”  

Information:   Trinity office (204) 269-1632 e-mail  or

SOUTH SIDE COMMUNITY FITNESS AND FELLOWSHIP  is a group of folks who gather weekly for fellowship, learning and exploring our city. We have had presentations on topics as varied as: Canadian Food Grains Bank, Red Cross Landmines Education, and Winnipeg Harvest. We have explored places like the Aviation Museum, IMAX theatre, Delta Marsh Interpretive Centre and visited with the people of Mary Mother of the Church. We meet Tuesdays from 1-3pm and usually end our time together with a light lunch. All are welcome!


  • Monday Evenings – 7:15 p.m. to 8:15 p.m.
  • Wednesday Mornings – 9:30 a.m.-11:00 a.m. at Riverwood Assisted Living Complex

We look at the scriptures for the upcoming week. The discussions usually focus on how the scriptures speak to our own lives and the state of the world today. NO Biblical background is required but the willingness to laugh is helpful.

  • The Big Question (Faith discussion) 1st Sunday of the month 9:30 – 10:15 a.m.


The Sew and Sews have been an official group since the fall of 2010. We meet in the basement of Trinity on the 3rd Saturday of each month (except for June, July, August and December).  We have grown in our three years of operation to have 21 members, some are beginning quilters and some are more accomplished.  In 2012 we became one of 18 satellite groups of Manitoba Prairie Quilters.  We have made Touch Quilts for the Alzheimer’s Society, placemats for Meals on Wheels to distribute to their patrons with the Christmas dinner.  When we were not working on these projects we were working on projects of our own and helping each other when it is needed.

Sample of quilts shown at our Quilt show – May 2013

Sample of quilts shown at our Quilt show – May 2013

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