Category Archives: Events

Announcements about events taking place at Holy Trinity or organized by members of Holy Trinity.

Music Mondays Season Opens May 4

Music Mondays presents another fabulous season of lunchtime music ichurch-of-the-holy-trinity-modernn the heart of downtown at Church of the Holy Trinity. Every Monday bring your lunch and listen to different artists and musical pieces.

Concerts start promptly at 12:15 beginning May 4 and running until August 31. Admission is Pay What You Can with $5 as a suggested minimum donation. You can read the introduction to this season and see the full seasons concerts on their website

May 4 features Emily Kruspe on violin and Jeanie Chung on piano.

They also have lots of recordings from previous years to whet your appetite for a fabulous season!

May 10 3 PM – ECHO Women’s Choir Spring concert

Echo Women’s Choir, Spring Concert, ‘My Mother is the Ocean Sea’ 

Sunday, May 10, 3pm at the Church of the Holy Trinity, 10 Trinity Square, (beside the Eaton Centre, wheelchair accessible)

with Special Guests Marichka Kudriavtseva and Mark Marczyk.

Tickets: $15. Advanced, $20. at Door, $10. Seniors, Children & Under waged

For more information email: info.echo@gmail.com 

visit our website: www.echowomenschoir.ca

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Human Rights Tour raising awareness about the 43 Dissappeared in Mexico

Event at Church of the Holy Trinity on Friday, April 24 at 7PM

Human Rights Tour raising awareness about the 43 Disappeared in Mexico “They took them alive, we want them back alive” is the cry of the families, friends, and supporters of the 43 missing students of Ayotzinapa, who were attacked and disappeared by police in the state of Guerrero, Mexico on September 26, 2014. The Ayotzinapa to Ottawa Caravan, April 12-May 2, is bringing to Canada

o   Hilda Legideño Vargas, a single mother and crafts seller whose son was disappeared in the September 26th attack

o   Jorge Luis Clemente Balbuena, a member of the student committee of the Ayotzinapa teachers’ college

o   Vidulfo Rosales Sierra, a lawyer from the human-rights center Tlachinollan who is the legal representative of the families of the 43 disappeared students.

The nation-wide tour includes meeting law-makers and civil society groups in British Columbia, Quebec, and Ontario to press Canadian parliamentarians and policy makers to acknowledge the human rights crisis in Mexico. Event at Church of the Holy Trinity.  More information http://makemexicosafe.ca/ayotzinapa2ottawa/

May 30 & 31 Cantemus Singers Concerts

Please join us as we present “Nymphs & Shepherds”, our salute to the madrigal rage that swept England for the last decade of Elizabeth’s reign and beyond. All of this frivolity will be balanced by a few more sober compositions including William Byrd’s jewel, the Mass for Five Voices.

As usual our concert will be presented twice at the historic Church of the Holy Trinity, Eaton Centre – on Saturday May 30th at 7:30 p.m. and on Sunday May 31st at 3 p.m. For directions to the church, please consult our website www.cantemus.ca

Program for May 30 & 31, 2015

Organ: Pavane & Galliard                        Thomas Morley (ca. 1557-1602)

Sing Loud Ye Nymphs                                        John Bennet  (1570 – 1615)

Come away sweet love                               Thomas Greaves (1570-1604)

And Think ye nymphs                                 William Byrd  (ca. 1540 – 1623)

Come follow me, fair nymphs         Thomas Bateson  (ca. 1570 – 1630)

Wherefore sit I complaining                     Peter Philips (ca. 1560 – 1628)

Hard by a crystal fountain                      Thomas Morley (ca. 1557-1602)

Amyntas with his Phyllis fair         Francis Pilkington (ca. 1565 – 1638)

Come, sable night                                                         John Ward (1571–1638)

Ah Cruel Amaryllis                                                    John Wilbye (1574-1638)

Come away sweet love                                 John Dowland  (1563-1626)

Merrily my love and I                        Thomas Bateson (ca. 1570 – 1630)

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Organ: Fantasia in C                                     William Byrd  (ca. 1540 – 1623)

Libera Nos, Salva Nos                           John Sheppard (ca. 1515 – 1558)

Magnificat (Second Service)                Thomas Tomkins (1572 -1656)

Mass for 5  Voices                                           William Byrd (ca. 1540 – 1623)

Kyrie – Gloria – Credo – Sanctus/Benedictus – Agnus Dei

Cantemus Concert 2015

Time for Reconciliation

Mark these dates: May 29-June 3 2015.

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Coinciding with the closing ceremonies of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC) and the release of its final report, KAIROS’ Time for Reconciliation represents an ongoing commitment to reconciliation and relationship building.

In Ottawa, the action begins Friday afternoon, May 29 with KAIROS’ Intergenerational Gathering, which continues on Saturday, May 30. The Walk for Reconciliation, expected to draw thousands, is scheduled to begin Sunday morning, May 31. This day may also include an ecumenical worship service organized by local churches. Monday, June 1 features educational events hosted by KAIROS and the TRC. The TRC Final Report will be presented on Tuesday, June 2. A by-invitation ceremonial closing of the TRC will take place on Wednesday, June 3 and will include a community feast.   Stay tuned for a complete schedule of KAIROS events in Ottawa that support and complement TRC events.

There will be some Holy Trinitarians there for sure. Join us if you can.

More details at the KAIROS page.

Palm Sunday – Disrupting Empire

fist-palm3The story of Palm Sunday is a story of theatrical resistance: a usurping of entrenched authority. The procession into Jerusalem parodied the imperial triumphus of the roman occupiers and even that of earlier Jewish kings. Christ’s entry into Jerusalem claimed the imagery of power and turned it on its head–a donkey, not a war horse; children, beggars, parents and labourers, not an army and priests.  His entry proclaimed not imperial power, but a new realm of peace: a place where what matters are not the powers, but the people and the land itself.

Join Fallen Angles and the whole community of Holy Trinity as we consider Christ’s disruptive power in the face of empire, both then and now, in story, movement and song.

March 29 at 10:30am