James Street, to the south of Holy Trinity, will be closed for the following week-ends: July 1-3, and 7-10, with possible extensions for the next two week-ends after that. We will keep you up to date as news emerges.
If you are joining us for the next two week-ends, come via the west, north, or east!
Saturday, July 22, 2017 10:00 AM to 12:30 PM
The Holy Trinity Strategic Planning Committee, as part of the environmental scan phase of our process, invites you to join us for a walk around the parish boundary (Queen Street—University Avenue—College/Carlton Street—Jarvis Street). Bring a cell phone or camera to document things that catch your attention, or that might prompt further conversation later. The circuit is exactly 5 KM, and Google Maps estimates it will take an hour to walk. We will meet at Holy Trinity at 10:00 AM, head out when everyone has gathered, and return to share lunch and any reflections afterward.
Google Map here: https://tinyurl.com/ycvxwsm2
UPDATE: Thank you to everyone who came to our official sale days! We still have some wonderful treasures on offer, so if you’re passing the church Mon 1:30 – 3 pm and Tues – Fri 11-3 pm, find a great read and continue to support refugees!
On June 22 and 23, join us under the leafy trees of Trinity Square to browse and purchase gently used books in support of the Refugee Committee. Find a quick read or an everlasting treasure!
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.
As extreme cold weather grips the city, the names of four people who died on Toronto streets in the month of February were added to the Homeless Memorial yesterday.
“The City of Toronto’s negligence means that at today’s Homeless Memorial we added four names of men who died in February,” Cathy Crowe, Toronto street nurse and homeless advocate, writes on Facebook. “One was a 28-year-old Indigenous man whose death has been widely reported as he was unable to get a mat overnight in the filled to capacity overnight drop-in/warming centre. Another was a man in his 30s.”
From Torontoist, March 15, 2017 — http://torontoist.com/2017/03/four-names-added-torontos-homeless-memorial/
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 email@example.com
Administrative Assistant and Volunteer Coordinator
The Administrative Assistant & Volunteer Coordinator will provide support to the Parish Administrator and the Incumbent (parish priest) as directed, and be responsible for the recruitment & training of volunteers, working 16 hours per week. Continue reading Seeking flexible adminstrative staff person for 16 hours a week
‘Resurfacing Taddle Creek’ — by Toronto-based landscape architecture firm North Design Office — is the first outdoor installation commissioned by the Toronto Design Offsite Festival. Continue reading Trinity Square Art Installation January 16 to February 6
Join us next week for the first 2017 memorial. We will gather outside for 20 to 30 minutes and then enjoy a light lunch together inside.
There maybe an opportunity to create quilt squares.
This event and the actual recording of names takes on even more importance in the face of new approaches to counting people without homes.
Read The Globe and Mail article
Go to our main memorial page
All are invited to a labyrinth walk to mark the Winter Solstice
Wednesday, December 21, 2016 Noon – 1pm
at the Toronto Public Labyrinth in Trinity Square Park
(South of the Church of the Holy Trinity and west of the Eaton Centre)
Everyone welcome. Live Music. Wheelchair accessible.
Braille labyrinth on site. Free