POSTED ON WEDNESDAY WITH UPDATES ADDED UP TO OUR SUNDAY SERVICES
july 10, 2019
A memorial service will be held for Marion Harrington here at the Church of the Holy Trinity on Saturday, July 20th, at 1:00 pm
OFFICE SUMMER HOURS
Francine will be away July 15-26. The office will be hosting summer hours (Wednesday & Fridays 10am-12pm). Voicemail and emails will be checked periodically; feel free to reach out as necessary and someone will get back to you as soon as they can. Regular office hours will resume Tuesday, July 30th.
NEW STEWARDSHIP PROGRAM
Parish Council is pleased to announce the formation of a new Stewardship Program. We are seeking interested parishioners, to join this important committee, to help strengthen the future of the Church of the Holy Trinity. For more information, please contact, Nigel Cole firstname.lastname@example.org
ITALIAN LUNCH / ENTERTAINMENT
Tickets will be going on sale, following the 10 o’clock service, on July 28th, for the Italian Luncheon, featuring live, traditional, and sixties music. This 3 course lunch for $25.00 per person, includes a glass of wine, tea and coffee, and will take place in Griffiths hall on Saturday, September 14th. For more on this, contact For more information email: email@example.com Phone: 604-789-5217
PEACE ARCH NEWS ADVERTISING
We would like to continue our weekly advertisement in the Peace Arch news, on the “Faith on the Semiahmoo Peninsula” page and are looking for sponsorship. Would you be willing to take on a month? The monthly cost is about $200 (tax deductible).
The ad may encourage former attendees and newcomers to make Holy Trinity their spiritual home! Please contact Francine in the office to sign up: 604-531-0884 or firstname.lastname@example.org We are looking for sponsorship through December 2019. Thank you!
PWRDF partners with Central Visayas Farmers Development Center, Inc. in the Philippines. Peasant farmers in Central Visayas region of the Philippines have limited land tenure, low crop yields and are vulnerable to the adverse affects from climate change and natural disasters. To address these challenges, the objective of the Integrated Development Program is to increase land access, improve food security and strengthen resilience to climate change for peasant farmers. Some farmers are increasing awareness by participating in trainings on media work, radio broadcasting, writing news stories and how to effectively relay what is happening in their communities. This allows farmers’ issues to reach a larger audience.
To read more about this story and other stories, please go to www.pwrdf.org
THIS SUNDAY’S HYMNS
Hymn 465 – Here in This Place New Light
Hymn 572 – Let There Be Light
Hymn 601 – God, Whose Giving Knows No Ending
Hymn 450 – You Call Us, Lord, to Be
Hymn 569 – Come, My Way, My Truth, My Life
Hymn 610 – Before I Take the Body of My Lord
Hymn 460 – Lord, the Light of Your Love Is Shining
VIEW PARISH PROFILE
A new link has been added to our website to view our 2019 Parish Profile. You can also right-click whilst viewing the Profile and save it as a PDF file.
REV. GEORGINA – SUMMER HOURS
Rev. Georgina’s office hours during the week have changed. Please note that she will now be in Tuesdays and Thursdays.
PENTECOST SUNDAY JUNE 9th
We welcome ALL to come join us in worship this Sunday (and every Sunday!). Our services are 8 & 10 am. If you have questions about faith, wondering what we believe or how we do life with God, come check us out, and even come say hi to Rev. Georgina, Rev. Paul, or any of our friendly congregants!
The Primate’s World Relief and Development Fund (PWRDF) is the Anglican Church of Canada’s agency for sustainable development and relief. Through the support of Anglican parishes across Canada, PWRDF makes financial and human resources available to partners around the world working to improve health, food security and livelihoods for vulnerable people. www.pwrdf.org
A GENTLE REMINDER
While our beloved Joan was here, she was always so kind to take care of us and clean up coffee mugs, spoons, etc left in the kitchen! Now that she has retired, though, it’s important that we all take the responsibility to clean up after ourselves. Thank you!