SERVICE: January 14th, 2018,
While he was speaking, a Pharisee invited him to dine with him; so he went in and took his place at the table.Luke11:37
A warm welcome to everyone! We are glad and grateful to be together in faith, hope and love as we worship and during a time of fellowship and refreshment in the North Hall after the worship service and Sunday School classes.
Peace be to you, and peace be to your house, and peace be to all that you have.1Samuel25:6
SERMON: PERSON TO PERSON
The next day Jesus decided to go to Galilee. He found Philip and said to him, “Follow me.” Now Philip was from Bethsaida, the city of Andrew and Peter. Philip found Nathanael and said to him, “We have found him about whom Moses in the law and also the prophets wrote, Jesus son of Joseph from Nazareth.” Nathanael said to him, “Can anything good come out of Nazareth?” Philip said to him, “Come and see.”John1:43-46
Bible Readings: 1Samuel3:1-10, John1:43-51
Children’s Story: Log in . . . or out!
Minister: The Rev. Kirk T. Summers
Director of Music: Lenard Whiting
Assistant to the Minister: Melvin Suwarno
NEWS AND OPPORTUNITIES
For Thy mercy and Thy grace, Constant through another year, Hear our song of thankfulness; Jesus, our Redeemer, hear.
The flowers on Sunday are given by Lenard Whiting in memory of his father, Mervin Walter Whiting, who would have turned 88 this month.
CULTURE SHOCK PARTY
Get your culture on and mark your calendar for Saturday January 27th at 6:00 pm! The Congregational Life Ministry is planning another Culture Shock Party! We will celebrate our diversity and ancestry with a pot luck dinner so please bring a cultural dish or two to share. We will also have a great time with a group dance (no experience necessary). We have invited the other congregations that share our facility to join in the fellowship. Please see one of us in the North Hall to let us know that you will be coming and what type of dish you will contribute. Wear your cultural clothing if you like and also bring any cultural display items to the dinner. A $5 donation towards the cost of the night is appreciated. If you have any questions please contact Linda Herron,
Wednesday Community Activities and Fellowship: A warm invitation to join together on Wednesday mornings for yoga, fellowship and refreshment. For more information, please contact Isobel Hutchison.
Men’s Brown Bag Lunch with the Rev. Gordon Beaton will be held on January 25th. A great opportunity for older gentlemen to gather with Gordon to ponder and solve (!) the issues of the day – while enjoying one another’s good company! All welcome. For more information, please contact the office by email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 416.447.5136.
Preparations for our Annual Report, which will be formally received at our Annual Congregation Meeting (Sunday, February 25th right after worship, with lunch to follow!) are now underway. Please have all written submissions to the Church Office by the end of this month. Thanks!
Skating & Supper: February 3rd, 2018 from 3-7 pm. The Presbytery Youth will gather at St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church (73 Simcoe St.) and will walk over to Nathan Phillips Square for skating. Supper and games to follow! Please bring skates (or money for renting), warm clothes and a waiver. For questions/registration, contact Deb Rapport at email@example.com.
CY2018 (Canada Youth): July 2-7, 2018. Every second summer, hundreds of youth, young adults and youth leaders join together from across our denomination, and with guests from around the world to celebrate their vibrant faith. CY2018 will continue that exciting tradition!
CY2018 will offer three sensational tracks that it has become known for:
more information, contact Jo Morris at 403.982.0094 or
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Church Office Hours: Monday to Friday 8 am–4 pm
Daily Devotional: http://www.presbycan.ca/
Trinity Prayer Chain c/o Janet Worthington
Trinity Choir Rehearsal is held every Thursday from 7-9 pm in the West Hall.
Sunday Morning Prayer for our Church and World, is observed with the Minister every Sunday morning from 9:50 to 10:05 am in Founders Hall (the Old Sanctuary). All are welcomed.
Recent Sermons can be found in audio on Trinity’s website.
PAR: Is it time for you to join PAR – or change your PAR amount? Pre-Authorized Remittance: automatic debits from your bank account ensure regular contributions to Trinity through-out the year. To take advantage of contributing in this way, or to adjust existing contributions, please contact Beth Hemstad, our Envelope Secretary.
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