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Sunday, May 28th, 2017, 10:30 AM
The enduring mission of this congregation is to worship and serve God through faith in Jesus Christ and the power of the Holy Spirit.

Welcome everyone as together we worship God and enjoy the good company of one another: in the Sanctuary, in Church School and in the North Hall for a time of fellowship and refreshment after the service.
Sermon: There’s No Place Like Home Rev. Jim Biggs
Bible Readings: Psalm93, Acts1:1-11, John14:15-21  

Children’s Story: What’s Your Name? Rev. Jim Biggs

Minister: The Rev. Kirk T. Summers
Music Director: Lenard Whiting

This Sunday, Trinity is pleased to welcome in worship leadership guest preacher Rev. Jim Biggs, interim Minister of Willowdale Presbyterian Church. Please note that the Minister will be on vacation until May 30th. Pastoral and other matters of the Church may be directed to Clerk of Session, Randal Phillips and Representative Elder to Presbytery Linda Herron. 

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 welcome.

Some Bible readings for next Sunday, June 4th: Psalm104:24-34,35b; Acts2:1-21; John20:19-23

Wednesday Community Activities and Fellowship: An invitation to this special time at Trinity at 10 am -11:30 am: friendship, exercise and activity! For information, please contact Isobel Hutchison at 416-299-9437.

Concert: Trinity’s very own Lost Pilgrim’s Concertthis Saturday, May 27th at 7:30 pm. The Lost Pilgrims play an eclectic blend of bluegrass, old time country, gospel, folk and a bit of rock music. Music for everyone’s taste! This fundraiser will cap off our efforts to send “Kids to Camp” both to overnight and day camps such as Cairn Camps and Toronto City Mission. Tickets are $20 Adults and $10 children 12 and under.

Women of Purpose: All ladies of the congregation are cordially invited to the Women of Purpose spring pot luck luncheon. Our luncheon will be held on Monday, June 5th at 1 pm in the Doig Room. Please join us for a delicious lunch & a time of fellowship. For more information please contact Noreen Marshall at 416‑225-5020.

Recent Sermons can be found in audio on Trinity’s website. Thanks Chris Beldan and John McCord!

Mission & Outreach Projects
Faith, Hope and Love tins cans have been created in support of Evangel Hall. We are invited to fill them with loose change. Cans are available in the Narthex. To arrange for your filled cans to be picked up: or phone 416‑504‑3563 x235.

Would you like to serve a meal? ehm is scheduling volunteer groups for the next few months. We need groups for Sunday dinners and Saturday lunches. If you are interested, please contact Jonathan, Spiritual Care Worker at 416‐504‐3563 X228 or

Evangel Hall Mission Golf Tournament: Tuesday, June 13th at Pheasant Run Golf Course in Newmarket. In its 15th year, the tournament has raised over $1.2 million for the programs and clients of Evangel Hall. Monies are raised through sponsorships, golfer fees and silent and live auctions. Format is a four person scramble, shotgun at 12:00, lunch and dinner included. For further details, to sponsor or to enter, contact Linda Herron at, Gord Cooke at or Beth Hemstad at

VBS: Vacation Bible School at Trinity: Camp in Your Own Backyard, July 10-14. Led by the people of CAIRN FAMILY OF CAMPS. Seventeen of thirty spots remain. If you are interested in reserving a spot for your child/children for the second week only please fill out a form found at the Welcome Desk and place it in the Christian Education mail slot in the room upstairs outside of the Minister’s Office. If you can help at the Camp please contact Isobel Hutchinson 416-299-9437 or the Minister.

MISSION MOMENT: Health and Hope in Afghanistan
Razia always wanted to be a mother. But the young woman had struggled for years to conceive and feared something was wrong. In the remote village in Afghanistan where she lives, the closest health centre was a distance away; therefore medical check-ups and tests seemed a nuisance and the cost to travel an unnecessary expense. With the establishment of a Presbyterian World Service & Development-supported health centre in a nearby village, Razia was able to meet with medical professionals who addressed her health concerns and helped her receive proper treatment so she could get pregnant. Today, with improved access to necessary health services, Razia’s well-being has improved and her hope is restored. PWS&D helps new mothers have healthy futures

Green and Blue Bins and Waste Diversion: The Property Management Ministry has been placing Blue, Green and Garbage Bins throughout the Church and putting up posters and labels about proper sorting of waste materials. Please take a few minutes to review which bin should be used when you are throwing out waste. This is important to all of us -- Not only is it environmentally friendly and a requirement of City bi-laws but proper sorting saves Trinity thousands of dollars each year, through a waiver of City waste fees for Charitable Organizations.

Weekly Weekday Church Office Volunteers make a huge positive impact on the life, work and witness of Trinity! The Church Administrator and Minister seek to ensure tasks and responsibilities are related to the interests and skills of all volunteers. The work on any given day is varied and captures the many aspects of daily church life. Days and times presently needing Church Office Volunteers: Tuesday and Thursday afternoons. Please contact the Church Office if this is a ministry of interest to you!

PAR: Pre-Authorized Remittance: automatic debits from your bank account ensuring regular contributions to Trinity through-out the year. PAR inquiries gladly received by Beth Hemstad, our Envelope Secretary.

Websites of Note: Our National Denomination website is At there is a Prayer Line and a Daily Devotional to which you can subscribe for receipt by e-mail.

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