Events


Christmas Sunday Cantata Service:  December 23, 10:30 am

 

As has become a Trinity tradition, the senior choir, with the help of other singers from within and beyond our congregation will be presenting this year’s cantata, “Lead Me Back To Bethlehem” by the American composer, Pepper Choplin. The cantata features narrative sections between the choral numbers.  The congregation will recognize many well-known Christmas carols embedded in the music.

 We will once again feature a brass ensemble that will accompany the choir and congregation in singing the well-loved carols that proclaim and celebrate the coming of the Holy Infant.

 For those who will be coming to this service, you will find the experience both a memorable and uplifting way to recognize the awe, majesty and wonder of the Christmas season.

 We hope to see you here!





Annual Events at Trinity......

2018 January Thaw - a fun-filled evening



January Thaw



One of our spectacular Easter Sunrise services held annually at Millennium Park, behind the grain elevators.





Trinity Spring Yard Sale: held annually in April - one week before the other big Collingwood Yard Sale!




MOM TO MOM SALE is:

**held twice a year in April and October from 8:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. /Call Fran Reid at 705 445-4569 to book tables/ gently used children's clothing, toys, children's furniture & maternity clothing

The next.....

MOM TO MOM SALE is:

Saturday, April13, 2019  from 8:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.
**held twice a year

For sale:

gently used children's clothing, toys, children's furniture & maternity clothing

Tables are always sold out for this semi-annual and extremely popular event.
 For information, contact Fran Reid @ 705 445 4569





Coffee and muffins available while you bro
wse.







Our ever popular.....STRAWBERRY SUPPER is held annually near the end of June






Supper includes: Roast beef/ham, Potato Salad, Coleslaw, Baked Beans, Carrot Salad, Jellied Salads, Strawberries with cake and whipped cream












"Trinity Talks"

This year's event......

Concerning the Spiritual in Art

Trinity United Church, Collingwood


Ever heard someone talk about a painting and thought “I wish I could look at art like that!”  Ever felt as though looking at art—or making it—deepens your sense of the Holy Spirit?

Or don’t see how it connects with your faith?



  • Illustrated talk by John Franklin of Imago, with a seeing exercise based on a traditional Christian meditation process

  • Interview with local visual artist Sue A. Miller

  • Q & A session and informal discussion over light refreshments

  • Free admission


                                                          mprovisation 26 (Rowing) (1912)  by Wassily Kandinsky

                                                                                                                                               Wassily Kandinsky


From our speaker: Our culture is witnessing a turn toward, a longing for, the transcendent. This is so among religious and non-religious alike. We are inclined toward those experiences that enable us to open new vistas, capture glimpses of beauty, see beyond appearances, and somehow escape a flattened world. Visual art is one of the ways we are able to walk this path.

We explored how visual art speak to the deep human longing for the transcendent.  

                                                          

tS-Small.jpg                            Think about it…Trinity Talks

Embracing the Spirit is supported by the people of the United Church of Canada through their Mission & Service giving.


Trinity Talks contact: Beth Theis, 705 627 2606, beth.theis@alumni.utoronto.ca


 



Our fundraising committee continues to amaze with their delightful and fun events....


MAD HATTER TEA PARTY    What fun!  Thank you to Lorraine and the fundraising committee!





 Lorraine, our retired custodian and member of Trinity, hosted a birthday party - at great time for all. Check the News page for a picture of the birthday girl!












































 
 



















                                                        




























































































 

 

 










 

















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