Located in Grimsby, Ontario, Canada

Trinity United Church in Grimsby, Ontario, Canada

Events

What’s Happening – a long list, read to the end!

‘More than our awesome Sunday Morning Experience!’  Check the list below!

TRINITY WELCOMES YOU!  

We are worshiping in-person on Sunday mornings at 10:30 a.m.

We also live-stream our services on our YouTube channel, Trinity United Church Grimsby https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCPfx1YTFzPghAF1Eg5Q7-5w

Trinity requires masks to be worn in all common areas of the church including hallways, washrooms etc. until people are in their designated room then masks may be removed.

Trinity Strongly recommends all persons (including children) entering our building to be fully vaccinated.

Masks are still required to be worn during our Sunday Services.

Please inform Trinity’s office if anyone who has been in our building/church and has become Covid positive…(No names of course). Thank you


MOVIE CLUB

  Borrow the DVD from the office, pick up a handout, and preview the movie.  Then come join other armchair critics for a discussion of the movie.


TRINITY’S LEARNING CIRCLES

Wednesdays from 7 – 9 p.m.

starting Wednesday, Sept. 21 – Music from Around the World (led by Kimberly Hanmer)

Wed., Oct. 5 – How to Solve Cryptic Puzzles  (led by Marg Hipkin)

Wed., Oct. 12 – Composing New Hymns  (led by Kimberly Hanmer)

Wed., Oct. 19 – The Sacred Balance, Part 1  (led by Jane Scholer)

Wed., Nov. 2 – The Sacred Balance, Part 2  (led by Jane Scholer)

Wed., Nov. 16 – The Vinyl Café  (led by Jeannine VanderBeek)

Sign-up sheets are on the Bulletin board outside the Fellowship room kitchen….or call the office to have your name added to the list.


COME TO OUR ADULT BOOK STUDY!

Rev. Donalee will lead us in a weekly discussion of Colby Martin’s book ‘UNCLOBBER – Rethinking Our Misuse of the Bible on Homosexuality’ – Expanded Edition with Study Guide.  We will start on Sunday, September 24 and meet every week (except Thanksgiving) for 6 weeks, covering two chapters a week.  We will meet after lunch from 1:30 – 3 p.m. in the Fellowship Room.  Light refreshments will be served.

Six copies of the book are available from the church office, or you can purchase a copy, which includes a study guide, through Amazon.ca for $23.00.  This will be a good introduction for Trinity as part of our Affirming Process.

‘Armed with only six passages in the Bible – often known as the “Clobber Passages” – the conservative Christian position has been one that stands against the full inclusion of our LGBTQ siblings.  UnClobber reexamines each of those frequently quoted passages of Scripture, alternating with author Colby Martin’s own story of being fired from an evangelical megachurch when they discovered his stance on sexuality.

UnClobber reexamines what the Bible says (and does not say) about homosexuality in such a way that sheds divine light on outdated and inaccurate assumptions and interpretations.  This new edition equips study groups and congregations with questions for discussion and a sermon series guide for preachers.’

The Fall session has concluded.  We will be offering another study in the new year.  Watch for the dates.


TRINITY MEN’S TUESDAY & THURSDAY ACTIVITY MORNING

Tuesday Mornings (Weekly) 9 am to 11 am      1. Friendship        2. Pickleball for Beginners       3. Coffee Time      Please contact Ken Estabrooks 905-309-3177 or Ken Pettigrew 905-945-0364 for further details


Prayer Shawl Ministry

We gather every other Friday afternoon to knit/crochet prayer shawls which offer a tangible “hug” to anyone needing comfort. All are welcome to come and knit and join in the lively conversation in our Fellowship Room. There is an abundance of yarn available!


PICKLE BALL  – PICKLE BALL

 Pickleball Group membership is now open.   Monday, Wednesday and Friday mornings, 9-11 a.m.

Contact:    Please call Joyce Reid for more information:  905-945-5547

What you need  – –  wear running shoes (court shoes are better), T shirt, track pants

Cost —  $2 each day you play


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