This summer, Church of the Holy Trinity is looking to hire two students for summer positions at our church.
A Community Worker and a Concert Co-ordinator and Vistor Guide.
Please find detailed postings attached here. Application deadline is Friday, May 26. Send cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.
April 28 – May 25, Hart House Map Room Exhibit
The exhibit explores treaties, those legal agreements with Indigenous peoples that allowed non-Indigenous people to live on and own land in what is now Canada. The four-week exhibit responds to the 150th anniversary of Confederation by explaining in accessible language the long history of treaty making, and how and why these agreements were essential to the foundation of modern Canada. Co-curated by fourth year undergraduate James Bird, Nehiyawak (Cree), Indigenous Studies and Architecture, and Department of History Professors Laurie Bertram and Heidi Bohaker, the exhibit draws on content created by students in Professor Bohaker’s Fall 2016 joint fourth year/graduate seminar “Canada By Treaty.”
More information at UofT website
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 email@example.com if you intend to come.
Echo Women’s Choir, celebrating 25 years, continues to provide unique offerings that bridge the classical and contemporary choral spheres while always maintaining a strong commentary on issues facing our world. Their concert “We Can’t Keep Quiet!” takes its name from the #ICANTKEEPQUIET campaign created by American musician MILCK based on her song Quiet. An artist that “finds comfort in discomfort,” MILCK created the campaign to be a rallying call to break cycles of oppression and fear. The song was performed by a guerilla choir during the Women’s March on Washington, DC, on January 21, 2017.
(text from Wholenote. Read the full article here)
Echo Women’s Choir presents “We Can’t Keep Quiet!” celebrating their 25 th anniversary, Sunday, April 30, 3pm at Church of the Holy Trinity.
A community remembrance service in advance of Mother’s Day for anyone who experiences loss at this time of year. A time to reflect and remember in the company of friends. Bring a small unframed photograph of someone you want to remember for our altar. (It can be retrieved after the event.) Everyone is welcome.
April 13 / Maundy Thursday
6: 00 PM Supper and Maundy Thursday Liturgy with members of Parroquia San Esteban
April 14 / Good Friday
10:30 AM Good Friday liturgy with Musical Meditations followed by hot-cross buns
April 15 / Great Vigil of Easter
8: 00 PM Meditations on God’s acts of creation, deliverance, and salvation; Lighting of the New Fire; Renewal of Baptismal Vows; and the first Eucharist of Easter
April 16 / Easter Day
10:30 AM Festive Eucharist, flowering of the Cross, followed by an Easter Feast
As part of our ongoing work and hope for reconciliation with indigenous people, we realise that we need to change our understanding of who we are and to whom we belong. Through the season of Lent this year, we will be exploring our relationship with the land we share–the land our building is part of, the land we live on, the other people who share this land.
We invite any and all who share this place with us to join us in this process:
More information will be added to this page as details firm up. If you would like to be notified of specifics or to ask questions, feel free to contact Keith at firstname.lastname@example.org
The parish pyro-technician burns the palms from last Palm Sunday to create the ashes for this Ash Wednesday, which in 2017 falls on March 1st. There will be two services that day, one at 12:15 and one at 7:00 PM.
During the Season of Lent, we will be weaving the theme of journeying into right relations with the indigenous heritages with our Sunday worship experience.
Come and journey with us from Ashes to Easter.
On April 23rd Church of the Holy Trinity presents Sheng Cai in the third and final concert of our new series, Piano Bravura- The New Generation.
Twenty-eight year old award-winning pianist, Sheng Cai has embraced the keyboard tradition which epitomizes the greatness of the romantic virtuoso. His performances have touched audiences and won the praise of critics on three continents. Honored with a number of prizes and awards, Sheng Cai has been described as a pianist” with great confidence… gave more lucidity, color and power” by the Birmingham News. He will be performing works by Scarlatti, Mozart Sonata K. 332, Chopin Barcarolle Op. 60, Schumann Humoresque Op. 20, and Villa Lobos Rudepoem.
To learn more visit this page.
To purchase tickets visit this page.