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Every Sunday at 11 AM in English or at 9:30 AM in German.

RE/form, October 30

9:30 AM, German Reformation Service and launching of our year long reformation challenge; coffee and cake after the service
11 AM, Reformation Sunday and Confirmation
12:30 PM, Unveiling of the Trinity Community Mural, followed by a Standup Reception

Invitation to St. Martin’s Lanternwalk, November 5

On Saturday, November 5 all children and their parents/grandparents are invited for the re-enactment of the story of St. Martin, a model of charity. We play the story out in German, with some English running commentary if needed, and then take our lanterns outside to light up the night. Afterwards, there are snacks and hot chocolate. This is also a chance to drop off unused winter coats, mits, touques, and boots in support of Coats for Kids. Come at 4 to make your lantern, or at 5 in time for the re-enactment. See our poster on the German version of the Children’s page!

Reverse Offering, October 2

Let’s give Thanks and fill Trinity’s Pantry. On October 2, we will be passing around the Offering Plates with slips of paper containing suggestions of items that are needed by our food bank. Please bring items for the Pantry on Thanksgiving Day for us to distribute to those in need throughout the year.


A CLAY-inspired Service on September 25, 11 AM

Trinity Youth have returned from the Canadian Lutheran Anglican Youth (CLAY) National Gathering in PEI where they had a wonderful and enriching time. On Sunday, September 25, we will have a special, CLAY-inspired, 11 AM service. Our youth will take an active role as they share from their stories, music, and experiences they gained at the CLAY National Gathering. The theme was “Not for Sale.” They also will be expressing their thanks for the amazing support they received from the congregation.


We are sponsoring Syrian refugees

In Syria, over 250,000 people have been killed, 12,000 of them children, millions are in refugee camps without access to healthcare, education, or proper sanitation. What can anyone do in the face of such suffering? Mother Teresa said:

“I never look at the masses as my responsibility…I can love only one person at a time…feed one person at a time. Just one, one, one…”

At Trinity Lutheran Church we want to help and so will start by sponsoring one Syrian refugee family to come to Canada. We will be responsible for providing half the funds necessary to support them for one year (the other half will be provided by government funding). In addition, we will help them find a home, provide furnishings, clothing and other basic material needs and identify resources to support them as they settle into this community (i.e., family doctor, school, English lessons). We look forward to the opportunity to generously love our brothers and sisters from across the globe and invite anyone else that feels called to help as well. Donations can be made to “Trinity Lutheran Church Refugee Sponsorship Fund” and 100% of the money will be used to help resettle this family. Gift cards are also available if you would like to make a donation in the name of someone else as a gift.

For more information please contact the church office.