The Oasis Series are evening services of Music and Reflection to nourish the justice-seeking soul held on the last Friday of the month at 6pm.
Join us this Friday to walk the Labyrinth accompanied by the music of Michael Franklin outside.
We will gather in the church to begin with some singing and reflection. We will return to the church at the end to share in a light supper. Next service is Friday, September 27th at 6pm.
Evening services of Music and Reflection to nourish the justice-seeking soul. We gather just after Earth Day and not far from World Water Day so we will listen to music and poetry, we will sing and reflect as we honour the ground and water on which we stand and renew our commitment to be stewards of creation. The Casual Bluegrass Band will be our musical guests.
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Sunday, March 24 10:30 AM Palm Sunday Service with children’s program Thursday, March 28 6:00 PM supper & service with children involved Friday, March 29 10:30 AM service with children’s program 2:00 PM Ecumenical Good Friday Walk http://www.goodfridaywalk.ca/ Saturday, March 30 8:00 PM Great Vigil of Easter Service Sunday, March 31 10:30 AM Easter Day Service with children participating Holy Week services are bilingual – led by members & clergy of San Esteban & Holy Trinity
We are the hosts of the Toronto Homeless Memorial.
Homeless Memorial takes place at noon on Tuesday, March 12 to remember the 700 plus individuals who have died on the streets of Toronto. This short memorial takes place outside of Church of The Holy Trinity and is followed by a light lunch inside the church. Last month’s memorial generated a bit of media attention as the 700th name was added to the memorial in the midst of a shelter bed shortage. Here are a couple of related stories http://www.thestar.com/opinion/editorialopinion/2013/02/20/homelessness_takes_a_tragic_toll_in_toronto_goar.html
The Ecumenical Good Friday Walk for Justice planning team is again offering an opportunity to connect the meaning of Jesus’ suffering on the imperial cross of the first century to the contemporary suffering of victims of the empire’s powers-that-be in twenty-first century Canada/Toronto. The Walk, often attended by three to five hundred people, begins at 2 pm at Church of the Holy Trinity, to the west of the Eaton Centre, and makes a public witness at a few “stations” before making its way to Dundas Square and then back to Holy Trinity, closing at about 4:30 with a simple soup and bread meal. Plan on coming Good Friday afternoon to be in solidarity with those being crucified today, including youth, aboriginal people, [...]
February 22 at 6 pm – Seeking Justice, Finding Spirit! Church of The Holy Trinity beside the Eaton Centre hosts the monthly Oasis service of music and reflection to nourish the justice-seeking soul.
This month we will engage in conversation based on the gathered community’s passions for justice balanced with silence, prayer, and music.
These service are followed by a light supper and opportunities for conversation. Join us and invite your friends!
We are the hosts of the Toronto Homeless Memorial.
Join us to remember all those who have died and continue to die on the streets of Toronto. Remember their names and acknowledge their existence in a public way. This outside gathering is followed by a light lunch inside the Church of the Holy Trinity, beside the Eaton Centre.
Sings My Soul! Join Jan Plecash and Allison Piercey as they provide musical leadership for an hour of community singing and reflection. Oasis services of music and reflection take place on the last Friday of the month and provide a space to noursish the justice-seeking soul. The service will be followed by a light supper and opportunity to visit. Mark your calendars for the next service on February 22!
You can find these services in the Church of the Holy Trinity next to the Eaton Centre just south of Dundas between Yonge and Bay streets. Come find a quiet centre in the heart of the city!
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Church of the Holy Trinity, in cooperation with Habitat for Humanity Toronto, happily presents Medievaliscious!
This Candlemas, come relish the tastes, sights and sounds of the Middle Ages at this unique joint benefit dinner. Set in downtown Toronto’s beautiful and historic Church of the Holy Trinity, the event includes:
A medieval-themed three-course menu Live entertainment Silent auction Mystery door prize competition
Period costumes are encouraged!
Come support Church of the Holy Trinity and Habitat for Humanity Toronto’s mission of building homes and building hope for hardworking Toronto families. See you there!
Date: Saturday, Feb. 2, 2013 Time: 6 p.m. Location: Church of the Holy Trinity, 10 Trinity Square, Toronto M5G [...]
Join concerned citizens of Toronto as they remember their sisters and brothers who have died on the street without a home to call their own. Gathering at noon outside Church of The Holy Trinity at the Homeless Memorial. Remembrance is followed by a light lunch in the church.