Summer Job: Historical Researcher & Animator

Applications for this position are now closed. Thank you!

The Church of the Holy Trinity, located in downtown Toronto, seeks a university student for an eight week summer placement.
The Historical Researcher & Animator will illumine Holy Trinity’s historical record of engagement with marginalized communities and explore issues of concern at various historical periods and currently.

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The Annual Holy Trinity Book Sale!

Please note: This event continues on Monday, June 25th and Tuesday, June 26th!

Every year in June, under the leafy canopy of Trinity Square, people from all walks of life can be found perusing the books spread out by Holy Trinity’s Refugee Committee. This annual sale is a beloved tradition in the neighbourhood. It benefits the Refugee Committee here at Holy Trinity, who have worked hard to help settle refugees in Toronto for decades, and are still going strong.  This year’s sale takes place on Thursday June 21 and Friday June 22, starting at 9 am and ending at 5 pm each day. Come find a treasure for your coffee table, a fun beach read, or a birthday present!  If you would like to volunteer to set up or tear down the sale, please contact Kate Werneburg at kwerneburg@holytrinitytoronto.org by Friday, June 15th at 5 pm.

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“May we be courageous today. May we learn today. May we love today.”

 June 10, 2018 – Church of Holy Trinity, Trinity Square

Our sisters and brothers at the Corrymeela Community, Northern Ireland’s longest-serving centre for peace and reconciliation, begin their day with these words:

“We resolve to live life in its fullness:

We will welcome the people who’ll be part of this day.

We will greet God in ordinary and hidden moments.”

What a remarkable story from the Book of Samuel. The elders of Israel complain to Samuel about the judges who were the government of the day. Israel was a group of scattered tribes under attack by the Philistines. The elders wanted a strong man for protection.

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