All posts by Kate Werneburg

Blessing of the Bikes!

At the end of this Sunday’s service, we will be blessing bikes and riders as the weather warms up. Join us this Sunday, and bring your bike, your helmet, and your bell for a little extra spiritual help this biking season.

This service also features the music of the Fallen Angles, our in-house band and some alternative poetic readings around the theme of Many Waters.

Join us for a joyous, inclusive, and modern service!

WHEN: Sunday at 10:30 am,  Church of the Holy Trinity

Queen St Closure Friday May 19 – Monday May 22, 2017

As part of the ongoing bridge project at the Eaton Centre, please be advised that Queen St will be closed between Yonge Street and Bay street starting Friday, May 19 at 11:30PM and will re-open Monday, May 21 at 5:00AM.​

Those attending church and other activities in our spaces will need to enter from the East, West, or North. Please see the attached documents for complete information.

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Map – Queen street closure

Walking Taddle Creek @ Church of the Holy Trinity

When: Saturday, April 29 at 10:45 AM

Meet: Church of the Holy Trinity, 19 Trinity Square

As part of our exploration of the land we are a part of and its history, we will be taking a walk along Taddle Creek with Helen Mills of Lost Rivers. We hope that anyone who considers themselves part of our neighbourhood will join us as we ground ourselves in this place.

This walk is part of a larger project of understanding ourselves as part of this land. You can read more about that here.

Taddle Creek has been out of sight a long time, but there have been a number of articles and efforts to bring it back to light. Here is a post on BlogTO from 2012

We plan to leave promptly at 11am and return for lunch at 1pm. Please RSVP to knunn@holytrinitytoronto.org if you intend to come.