Posted by: jwhes | June 23, 2022

TUC Worship for Sunday, June 26, 2022

Here is the link for worship for June 26, 2022: https://youtu.be/4ryjKhQEjdI

Rev. Paul Duval will be working 10 hours a week at Trinity while Elizabeth is away on sabbatical. Paul’s contact information is: email: paulduval.tuc@mymts.net or cell phone 204-2632-232– (text or call). Alternate contact: Irma Nadeau (cell phone 204-232-2826 – call or text) email: irma.tuc@mymts.net 

We hold in our prayers:

Terry DeLong’s long time friend, Robert DeFoy who has stage 4 cancer and Nancy DeLong’s nephew’s wife Kate Peters, who also has stage 4 cancer.

Doreen McRae who is recovering from surgery.

The worship committee has arranged for a variety of exciting worship leaders for May, June and July while Elizabeth is away on sabbatical leave. You’ll be hearing from ew voices and familiar ones and we invite you to watch these emails for details; you won’t want to miss a single Sunday!

On June 26, 2022 the Outreach Garden Group will provide leadership in worship.

For July and August, TUC will join with The Church of the Good Shepherd Anglican (\GSA) in worship as we have in the past. All summer services will start at 9:30 a.m. The summer schedule is included below:

July 3 – GSA

July 10 – TUC

July 17 – GSA

July 24 – TUC

July 31 – GSA

August 7 – TUC 

August 14 –GSA

August 21 – TUC

August 28 – GSA

September 4 – TUC

All services will be in person. TUC will continue to also record worship and the link will be sent out to both TUC and GSA. GSA will offer services on Zoom – the service will only be available on Zoom at the time of the service. The link will be sent in the regular Thursday worship email but will not be active until just before 9:30 a.m. If attending in person please remember to bring your vaccination card and wear a mask. GSA offers Eucharist/Communion in all their services. If you are joining from home, you are encouraged to to “prepare your own table” at home with bread, juice and perhaps a candle if desired to make a sacred place. You are encouraged to visit outside following the service. 

Sermon by phone: Over the summer, sermon by phone will only be available for the services offered by TUC. Call a local number 204-410-1384 to join. 

Bomber Fund Raiser: Thank you to all who have volunteered for this fund raiser. We have enough volunteers for the game on June 24. We are still looking for volunteers for June 15, August 25, September 10 and 30 and October 8 and 28.

The Fellowship Committee is looking for a volunteer coordinator for funeral luncheons. The coordinator will: communicate with the family to decide on the type of lunch they wish to have served and the costs involved (options are in the brochure); call upon volunteers (from list provided) to help set up before hand, serve during, and clean up following the luncheon; order and arrange for the food to be brought to the church; submit all bills to the office for reimbursement and notify the office of the cost to the familyfor invoicing. Please call the office or be in touch with Ruth Graham (204-269-0274 – you can leave a message) or Irma if you are interested. 

Programs at Trinity:

Many of our programs and user groups are taking a break over the summer months and will resume in the fall. Keep checking here for any happenings. 

Watch for dates for Holy Yoga (Saturday at 10:00) after the long weekend in July.

Trinity Walkers: From Maryann Koop: Currently the time of the walk is variable. Suggestions are always welcome – time and place are flexible. If you have a favourite place to walk, let me know and we will arrange a time to walk together. If you would like to receive emails about the walks, please call the church office or Irma and Maryann will call you and add you to the contact list for information about where and when we are walking. 

Posted by: jwhes | June 21, 2022

Moment for Tuesday June 21, 2022

A video from Paul for the moment: https://youtu.be/GzXFPHmnc8g 

Rev. Paul DuVal will be working 10 hours a week at Trinity while Elizabeth is away on sabbatical. Paul’s contact information is: email: paulduval.tuc@mymts.net  or cell phone 204-232-2632 (text or call)

A big thank you to David Tafelmeyer from the Church of the Good Shepherd Anglican (GSA) for his artistic banner creations which were hung in front of the pulpit and in front of the GSA piano for the month of June during PRIDE month. David offers this explanation of the design (adapted from: ReadersDigest.com): There are many different ‘Pride’ flags. The design that David recreated is called the ‘Progress Flag’. The ‘Traditional Gay Pride” flag is the six-coloured rainbow design representing togetherness, because LGBTQ2 people come together in all races. ages, and genders, and rainbows are both natural and beautiful. Each colour has meaning: Red is Life, Orange is Healing, Yellow is Sunlight, Green is Nature, Blue for Harmony, and Purple for Spirit. The white, pink and light blue chevron design on the Progress Pride Flag reflects the colours of the Transgender Flag, while brown and black stripes represent marginalized people of colour. The black stripe also honours those lost to HIV/AIDS and is a nod to the stigma surrounding those still living with HIV. 

The worship committee has arranged a variety of exciting worship leaders for May, June and July while Elizabeth is away on sabbatical leave. You’ll be hearing from new voices and familiar ones and we invite you watch these emails for details; you won’t want to miss a single Sunday!

On June 26, the Outreach Committee will bring a message from the gardeners. 

We have in person worship every Sunday at 10:45 AM until the end of June; please bring your QR code and wear a mask. Recorded worship and sermon by phone will continue and all services will be the same. For July and August we will do joint services with Church of the Good Shepherd Anglican (GSA) as we have done in the past. Summer services will start at 9:30 a.m. The summer schedule is included below:

July 3 –  GSA 

July 10 – TUC

July 17 – GSA 

July 24 – TUC

July 31 – GSA

August 7 – TUC

August 14 – GSA

August 21 –TUC

August 28 – GSA

September 4 – TUC

All services will be in person. TUC will continue to also record worship and send out the you tube link to both TUC and GSA. GSA will offer services on Zoom – the service will only be available on Zoom at the time of the service. The link will be sent in the regular Thursday worship email but will not be active until Sunday just before the 9:30 service. If attending in person please remember to bring you vaccination card. GSA offers Eucharist/Communion in all their services. You are encouraged to “prepare you own table” at home with bread, juice, perhaps a candle if desired to make a sacred place. You are encouraged to visit outside following the service. The GSA services will not be available through Sermon by phone. 

Sermon by phone: Listen to the recording of Sunday worship by calling a local phone number (204 410 1384); please share this information with your friends who don’t have internet access; the recording will be available each week on Friday and will be available until the following Friday. Over the summer, Sermon by phone will only be available for the services offered by TUC. 

Please hold in your prayers Terry DeLong’s long time friend, Robert DeFoy who has stage 4 cancer and Nancy DeLong’s nephew’s wife Kate Peters who also has stage 4 cancer. 

Thank you for all who volunteered for the bomber game on June 10, 2022. We have enough volunteers for June 24. We are still looking for volunteers for July 15, August 25, September 10 and 30 and October 8 and 28. 

The Fellowship Committee is looking for a volunteer coordinator for funeral luncheons. The coordinator will: communicate with family to decide on the type of lunch they wish to have served and the costs involved (options are in the brochure); call upon volunteers (from list provided) to help set up before hand, serve during, and clean up following the luncheon; order and arrange for the food to be brought to the church; submit all bills to the office for reimbursement and notify the office of the cost to the family for invoicing. Please call the office or be in touch with Ruth Graham (204-269-0274 – you can leave a message) or Irma if you are interested. 

Here is a new link for donations if you want to help the people of Ukraine:

Food and Hygiene Kits for Ukraine | The United Church of Canada (united-church.ca)

Programs at Trinity:

Bible Study will resume in September. 

South Side Community Fitness and Fellowship (SSCFF) will resume in the fall.

Holy Yoga: Saturday  No Holy Yoga on June 11, 18 and 25. 

Trinity Walkers: From Maryann Koop: Currently the time of the walk is variable.  Suggestions are always welcome – time and place are flexible. If you have a favourite place to walk, let me know and we will arrange a time to walk together. If you would like to receive emails about the walks, please call the church office or Irma for Maryann’s contact information for where and when we are walking. 

Scripture:  2Kings 2:1-2, 6-14, Psalm 77:1-2, 11-20; Galatians 5:1, 13-15; Luke 9:51-62

Scripture to ponder: For the whole Law is summed up in one Commandment: “Love your neighbour as yourself.” Galatians 5:14 

Prayer:  God, help us as we seek to love our neighbours as ourselves.. Amen.

Following a meeting on February 23, 2022, the board prayerfully decided to open the church building for staff as of February 28th and Steve will be in the office Mon-Fri 9am to 1pm; Irma and Elizabeth and volunteers will be in as required and necessary; and allow user groups to begin meeting as of March 7th. In person worship will begin on March 20th. Masks and hand sanitizing along with safe distancing will be required for all in person gatherings. Committees and programs will determine their meeting on Zoom or in person; Sunday School and Youth leaders will determine their meeting on Zoom or in person. 

Trinity United Church continues to offer weekly You Tube services; Sunday School kits for at-home Sunday School; monthly Zoom gatherings for senior Sunday School/Youth Group, as well as weekly/monthly programs such as walking group, Yoga and Bible Study. 

IMPORTANT PROVISO:  The above Motion must be in full compliance with current and future Public Health Orders. 

Posted by: jwhes | June 17, 2022

Worship for Sunday June 19, 2022

Here is the link for worship for Sunday June 19, 2022: https://youtu.be/lkSemPgUAqY 

Rev. Paul DuVal will be working 10 hours a week at Trinity while Elizabeth is away on sabbatical. Paul’s contact information is: email: paulduval.tuc@mymts.net  or cell phone 204-232-2632 (text or call)

We hold in our prayers:

Terry DeLong’s long time friend, Robert DeFoy who has stage 4 cancer and Nancy DeLong’s nephew’s wife Kate Peters who also has stage 4 cancer. 

Doreen McRae who is recovering in hospital following surgery. 

The worship committee has arranged a variety of exciting worship leaders for May, June and July while Elizabeth is away on sabbatical leave. You’ll be hearing from new voices and familiar ones and we invite you watch these emails for details; you won’t want to miss a single Sunday!

On June 19, a group that participated in Reconciliation Circles will lead worship for Indigenous Day of Prayer. 

We have in person worship every Sunday at 10:45 AM until the end of June; please bring your QR code and wear a mask. Recorded worship and sermon by phone will continue and all services will be the same. For July and August we will do joint services with Church of the Good Shepherd Anglican (GSA) as we have done in the past. Summer services will start at 9:30 a.m. The summer schedule is included below:

July 3 –  GSA 

July 10 – TUC

July 17 – GSA 

July 24 – TUC

July 31 – GSA

August 7 – TUC

August 14 – GSA

August 21 –TUC

August 28 – GSA

September 4 – TUC

All services will be in person. TUC will continue to also record worship and send out the you tube link to both TUC and GSA. GSA will offer services on Zoom – the service will only be available on Zoom at the time of the service. The link will be sent in the regular Thursday worship email but will not be active until Sunday just before the 9:30 service. If attending in person please remember to bring you vaccination card. GSA offers Eucharist/Communion in all their services. You are encouraged to “prepare you own table” at home with bread, juice, perhaps a candle if desired to make a sacred place. You are encouraged to visit outside following the service. 

Sermon by phone: Listen to the recording of Sunday worship each week by calling a local phone number (204 410 1384); please share this information with your friends who don’t have internet access; the recording will be available each week on Friday and will be available until the following Friday. Over the summer, Sermon by phone will only be available for the services offered by TUC. 

Bomber fund raiser: Thank you for all who volunteered for the bomber game on June 10, 2022. We have enough  volunteers for June 24. We are still looking for volunteers for July 15, August 25, September 10 and 30 and October 8 and 28. 

From the Outreach committee: A huge thank you for the many generous donations of food for West Broadway Community Ministries in May. We filled two cars with food items to take back. Your generosity is overwhelming!

The Fellowship Committee is looking for a volunteer coordinator for funeral luncheons. The coordinator will: communicate with family to decide on the type of lunch they wish to have served and the costs involved (options are in the brochure); call upon volunteers (from list provided) to help set up before hand, serve during, and clean up following the luncheon; order and arrange for the food to be brought to the church; submit all bills to the office for reimbursement and notify the office of the cost to the family for invoicing. Please call the office or be in touch with Ruth Graham (204-269-0274 – you can leave a message) or Irma if you are interested. 

Here is a new link for donations if you want to help the people of Ukraine:

Food and Hygiene Kits for Ukraine | The United Church of Canada (united-church.ca)

Programs at Trinity:

Bible Study will resume in September. 

South Side Community Fitness and Fellowship (SSCFF) will resume in the fall.

Holy Yoga: Saturday  No Holy Yoga on June 11, 18 and 25. 

Trinity Walkers: From Maryann Koop: Currently the walk is on Wednesdays at 1:30 pm. Suggestions are always welcome – time and place are flexible. If you have a favourite place to walk, let me know and we will arrange a time to walk together. If you would like to join this group please call the church office or Irma for Maryann’s contact information for where and when we are walking. 

Following a meeting on February 23, 2022, the board prayerfully decided to open the church building for staff as of February 28th and Steve will be in the office Mon-Fri 9am to 1pm; Irma and Elizabeth and volunteers will be in as required and necessary; and allow user groups to begin meeting as of March 7th. In person worship will begin on March 20th. Masks and hand sanitizing along with safe distancing will be required for all in person gatherings. Committees and programs will determine their meeting on Zoom or in person; Sunday School and Youth leaders will determine their meeting on Zoom or in person. 

Trinity United Church continues to offer weekly You Tube services; Sunday School kits for at-home Sunday School; monthly Zoom gatherings for senior Sunday School/Youth Group, as well as weekly/monthly programs such as walking group, Yoga and Bible Study. 

IMPORTANT PROVISO:  The above Motion must be in full compliance with current and future Public Health Orders. 

Posted by: jwhes | June 14, 2022

Moment for Tuesday June 7, 2022

Rev. Paul DuVal will be working 10 hours a week at Trinity while Elizabeth is away on sabbatical. Paul’s contact information is: email: paulduval.tuc@mymts.net  or cell phone 204-232-2632 (text or call)

The worship committee has arranged a variety of exciting worship leaders for May, June and July while Elizabeth is away on sabbatical leave. You’ll be hearing from new voices and familiar ones and we invite you watch these emails for details; you won’t want to miss a single Sunday!

On June 19, a group that participated in Reconciliation Circles will lead worship for Indigenous Sunday. 

We have in person worship every Sunday at 10:45 AM until the end of June; please bring your QR code and wear a mask. Recorded worship and sermon by phone will continue and all services will be the same. For July and August we will do joint services with Church of the Good Shepherd Anglican (GSA) as we have done in the past. Summer services will start at 9:30 a.m. The summer schedule is included below:

July 3 –  GSA 

July 10 – TUC

July 17 – GSA 

July 24 – TUC

July 31 – GSA

August 7 – TUC

August 14 – GSA

August 21 –TUC

August 28 – TUC

All services will be in person. TUC will continue to also record worship and send out the you tube link to both TUC and GSA. GSA will offer services on Zoom – the service will only be available on Zoom at the time of the service. The link will be sent in the regular Thursday worship email but will not be active until Sunday just before the 9:30 service. If attending in person please remember to bring you vaccination card. GSA offers Eucharist/Communion in all their services. You are encouraged to “prepare you own table” at home with bread, juice, perhaps a candle if desired to make a sacred place. You are encouraged to visit outside following the service. 

Sermon by phone: Listen to the recording of Sunday worship each week by calling a local phone number (204 410 1384); please share this information with your friends who don’t have internet access; the recording will be available each week on Friday and will be available until the following Friday. Over the summer, Sermon by phone will only be available for the services offered by TUC. 

Please hold in your prayers Terry DeLong’s long time friend, Robert DeFoy who has stage 4 cancer and Nancy DeLong’s nephew’s wife Kate Peters who also has stage 4 cancer. 

Thank you for all who volunteered for the bomber game on June 10, 2022. We are still looking for volunteers for June 24, July 15, August 25, September 10 and 30 and October 8 and 28. 

From the Outreach committee: A huge thank you for the many generous donations of food for West Broadway Community Ministries in May. We filled two cars with food items to take back. Your generosity is overwhelming!

The Fellowship Committee is looking for a volunteer coordinator for funeral luncheons. The coordinator will: communicate with family to decide on the type of lunch they wish to have served and the costs involved (options are in the brochure); call upon volunteers (from list provided) to help set up before hand, serve during, and clean up following the luncheon; order and arrange for the food to be brought to the church; submit all bills to the office for reimbursement and notify the office of the cost to the family for invoicing. Please call the office or be in touch with Ruth Graham (204-269-0274 – you can leave a message) or Irma if you are interested. 

From Caring Connections: It’s spring! How about connecting with one of your Trinity in the Trinity congregation to say hello and share updates. Hearing from a friend can be uplifting. It’s been a challenge keeping up those contacts with Trinity friends during this time of what seems like endless restrictions during these past 2 years. A very big thank you to all who have been phoning and sending cards to folks who might be feeling isolated during this time. This is such an important part of the life of the church. We also want to let you know that Paul DuVal is available for pastoral care. If you become aware of folks who may need a pastoral connection please contact the Trinity office at 204-269-1632 / tuc@mymts.net with attention to Irma or Paul. 

Here is a new link for donations if you want to help the people of Ukraine:

Food and Hygiene Kits for Ukraine | The United Church of Canada (united-church.ca)

Programs at Trinity:

Bible Study will resume in September. 

South Side Community Fitness and Fellowship (SSCFF) will resume in the fall.

Holy Yoga: Saturday  No Holy Yoga on June 11, 18 and 25. 

Trinity Walkers: From Maryann Koop: Currently the walk is on Wednesdays at 1:30 pm. Suggestions are always welcome – time and place are flexible. If you have a favourite place to walk, let me know and we will arrange a time to walk together. If you would like to join this group please call the church office or Irma for Maryann’s contact information for where and when we are walking. 

Scripture:  1Kings 19:1-4, 8-15a; Psalm 42 and 43; Galatians 3:23-29; Luke 8:26-39

Scripture to ponder: Each one of you is a child of God because of your faith in Christ Jesus. Galatians 3:26 (Inclusive Bible)

Prayer:  God, be with us as we walk with each other and with you on the path set before us. Amen.

Following a meeting on February 23, 2022, the board prayerfully decided to open the church building for staff as of February 28th and Steve will be in the office Mon-Fri 9am to 1pm; Irma and Elizabeth and volunteers will be in as required and necessary; and allow user groups to begin meeting as of March 7th. In person worship will begin on March 20th. Masks and hand sanitizing along with safe distancing will be required for all in person gatherings. Committees and programs will determine their meeting on Zoom or in person; Sunday School and Youth leaders will determine their meeting on Zoom or in person. 

Trinity United Church continues to offer weekly You Tube services; Sunday School kits for at-home Sunday School; monthly Zoom gatherings for senior Sunday School/Youth Group, as well as weekly/monthly programs such as walking group, Yoga and Bible Study. 

IMPORTANT PROVISO:  The above Motion must be in full compliance with current and future Public Health Orders. 

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