Join us between 10 am and 5:00 pm on Saturday and 1:30 to 5:00 pm on Sunday. Reverend Henry Scadding, the orgininal rector will be wandering the building greeting guests. Guided and self-guided tours will be available along with some child-friendly materials. Organ demonstrations and recitals will take place throughout both days. The Penthelia Singers will perfom two half-hour concerts on Saturday (May 25th) at 11am and again at 1pm. A new feature this year will be the availability of food and beverages for sale at modest prices. http://www.toronto.ca/doorsopen/2013/
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.
The palm procession from on high
The Church of the Holy Trinity, Trinity Square, Toronto is looking for a new Music Director.
Download PDF here: Holy Trinity Music Director
Church of the Holy Trinity
10 Trinity Square, Toronto, Ontario M5G 1B1
Persons interested in applying for this position should email a letter of interest and a résumé to firstname.lastname@example.org no later than 12 noon EST February 28, 2013.
POSITION DESCRIPTION: Music Director (16 hours per week)
Salary commensurate with experience
PURPOSE: To lead the development of the music ministry for all Liturgies of the church. To encourage and develop the musical capabilities of the community, and to develop community [...]
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!
If they show up
seeking refugee status…
How will Canada receive them? The Christ Child was born into an uncertain and dangerous world. The rich layers of the Christmas story can speak to us in different ways at different points in our life and shed new light on what is happening in the wider world around us.
Matthew’s version of the Christmas events includes two harrowing scenes: Joseph and Mary’s flight into Egypt and the slaughter of the innocents. In these scenes, Mary and Joseph flee with their little son into Egypt to escape the mass murder of boy children at the hands of King Herod. [...]
Thanks for finding Church of The Holy Trinity. We are a hidden gem in the heart of the city that serves many more than those who worship here. Our doors are open every day from 11 am to 3 pm welcoming visitors of all kinds. We provide a warm respite and welcoming ear for those who wish to talk and a space of sacred silence for others. Our buildings host weekly worship on Sundays and Wednesdays, Trinity Square Cafe, other non-profit community group tenants, AA and Al-anon groups, meditation and yoga, countless concerts, community meetings, a monthly homeless memorial, and an annual production of The Christmas Story. We are a community open and responsive [...]
Ian Digby, Homilist
Readings: Zephaniah 3:14-20; Isaiah 12:2-6; Philippians 4:4-; Luke 3:7-18
May the words of my mouth and the meditations of my heart be always pleasing to you, my God.
Good morning, and I offer a warm welcome to visitors who are joining us at Holy Trinity for the first time today. My name is Ian Digby, and I am a long-term but sometimes irregular member of this congregation. It is a pleasure to work through the Bible readings with you today for the first time in many years.
We are now at the third Sunday of Advent, three quarters of the way along the path of waiting for the coming of the Christ [...]
Panel discussion at Holy Trinity on November 29, 7:30 pm. Panelists include Loly Rico, Co-director of the FCJ Refugee Centre and Interim President of the Canadian Council for Refugees; Meb Rashid, Medical Director of Crossroads Clinic, Women’s College Hospital; Peter Showler, Director of the Refugee Forum, University of Ottawa, former Chair of the Immigration Refugee Board, and Mary-Jo Leddy, Regis College, Founder of Romero House.
Presented by The Canadian Council of Refugees, Amnesty International, the Southern Ontario Sanctuary Coalition, and the Canadian Association of Refugee Lawyers
For additional information, please contact: http://www.fcjrefugeecentre.org/?page_id=651