Activities

 

Confirmation Classes

For more information about confirmation, contact Pastor Glenda.

Sunday Church School

Weekly Sunday School classes take place during worship, except during the summer months. 

Prayer

Trinity has a prayer chain which prays in response to requests from members within and outside the congregation as the need arises. Contact Pastor Glenda or Pam Radunsky with any requests or if you would like to join the prayer chain.

Contact Pastor Glenda for interest in Youth activities. 

Nursery

The nursery room is available downstairs Sunday mornings for the use of parents with young children. Our sound system allows parents and their children to hear the service.

Trinity Women

The women of Trinity meet on a monthly basis. Our meetings are open and we welcome women who wish to join us. Check the Trinity News Page for details of our meetings. In addition, we will continue to maintain a card ministry, prayer chain ministry and coordinate funeral lunches at Trinity.

Our schedule of meetings can be found on the News page. You are welcome to join us for any of our gatherings!

Service and Outreach

Luther states: "the motive of a Christian is gratitude to God and the joy of following Christ in service to our neighbour. Faith and love then fulfill the great Commandment." This is at the heart of the service and outreach group who devote themselves to a loving service of persons in the congregation with special needs. Visitations to those who are ailing or shut in, in homes or in hospitals are made regularly or as the need arises, keeping them in touch with the church and its ministry. The role of service and outreach is to extend Christian compassion and helpfulness to the ill, the aged, and to all persons in need of aid in body or soul.

Coffee Fellowship

Luther said: "The mutual conversation between believers is sacramental." Every Sunday following worship, members of the congregation dedicate their time to hosting a coffee hour which strengthens fellowship and stimulates meaningful relationships amongst the congregation in a pleasant and `aromatic' environment. 

Connections

Through this program volunteers visit our sick and shut-ins on a regular basis. Visitees are people who have an established connection with Trinity which they wish to maintain but who do not or can not regularly come to church on Sundays. The goal of our visits is to demonstrate our love and concern for the visitee and to help them feel a kinship with the community of worshipers at Trinity. Visitees are assigned a primary visitor who is responsible for seeing that the visitee is visited. Visits enable an ongoing and continuing connection between all members of Trinity.