ANNOUNCEMENTS

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Some updates from the Bishop and Synod Office as we navigate the challenging days and weeks ahead. • In light of the declaration of a state of emergency in the province, effective March 19, and until further notice, Bishop David wishes to reiterate, in the......

March 16, 2020 Due to the rapidly worsening situation with Coronavirus, our Bishop, Rt. Reverend David Edwards has issued the following:  all parishes in the Diocese of Fredericton, that includes Trinity, to “suspend gatherings for public worship until Palm Sunday at the earliest.  There should......

Sunday, March 29th, 2pm at St. Mark’s Church, Greendale Melissa has been diagnosed with stage 4 cancer, has been operated on, and is starting radiation and chemo therapies. Because of health she has lost her job as Chief Advocacy Officer at Canadian Physiotherapy in Ottawa,......

PALM SUNDAY April 5th Trinity will be back in the Church for the summer and fall. We will have the traditional Palm Sunday liturgy and Procession with Palm Branches. Our guest soprano will be Maureen Stackhouse Paras, singing the famous Fauré solo -‘The Palms’. The......

Sunday, March 22nd, 10:30AM  The congregation is invited to worship down in the Church for the BCP Eucharist service and the Baptism of Everett Belyea. The two month old is son of Harry & Leslie Ann, nephew of Mary Louise, and grandson of Spencer and......

Trinity wishes to thank Julian Webb and Phillip Christie for their continued efforts in keeping the lighting of our church, parish hall and offices up to par. They wrestle the huge ladder through the tightest of spaces, climbing to great heights so that we have......

 5 week series commencing Wednesday March 4 from 10-11:30am on the 3rd floor of Trinity Centre. I hope you find time to make this one of your Lenten ‘To-Do’ items. the Bishop’s recommended reading of ‘liturgy of the ordinary’ by Tish Harrison Warren. There are......