Seventeenth Sunday after Pentecost September 16, 2018
Proverbs 1:20-33; Psalm 19; Mark 8:27-38
Join Trinity St Paul’s United Church on September 23rd for a Naming Ceremony in recognition of the United Church’s $100,000 donation to the new Anishnawbe Health Center (that will be built near the Distillery District) and an endowment fund established at the United Church Foundation in support of the Center. A medicine person will be conducting a pipe ceremony to identify a name for the Endowment Fund and for our growing partnership with Toronto’s indigenous community. Our schedule is as follows:
Also, there will be… bannock-making?!
On September 24, join us for We ARE the Earth! at Church of the Redeemer. Our celebration of A Season of Creation continues with a panel discussion with The Rt Rev’d Mark MacDonald, National Indigenous Bishop – Angican Church of Canada, The Rev’d Dr Cheri DiNovo, Minister at Trinity-St Paul’s United Church and former MPP Parkdale-High Park, and The Very Rev’d Dr. Bill Phipps, Co-founder and Board Member, Faith & the Common Good.
This Welcome Back Sunday (Sept 9), join us for a sermon with Cheri DiNovo titled, “The Church As Our Body” where we explore images of early Christian gatherings and modern persecuted communities.
VIVA! Youth Singers is GROWING. And HIRING!
TENOR and BASS TEACHING ASSISTANTS
for 2 of our 6 choirs
Come join us for worship every Sunday at 10:30 am!
September 2: I Sing the Body Electric
September 9: The Church As Our Body – Welcome Back Sunday
September 16: Planet Earth As Our Body
September 23: What’s Beyond Our Bubble? – Featuring guest preacher Dr. Colin Phillips, Moderator Nominee of the 43rd General Council of the United Church of Canada
El-Tawhid Juma Circle: The Unity Mosque is hosting an Eid ul Hajj Celebration/ free Community lunch on 24 August 2018 in Trinity-St Paul’s United Church and Centre for Faith, Justice and the Arts gym from 1-4pm. Call to prayer is @ 1:20
You are all invited to join us for the Unity Mosque’s weekly service which is gender equal and LGBTIQ affirming. Everyone is welcome, Muslim and non-Muslim alike. You are then invited to stay for the free community lunch.
Sermon: The Hajj as sayidna Hajjar’s sunnah (tradition) and gift
This is an LGBTQ inclusive gathering and a wonderful opportunity to connect with our Muslim siblings! Everyone welcome.
Families and children are welcome!
Tickets only $5.
Join your neighbourhood orchestra to celebrate 40 years as part of the Annex community.
Light food and lemonade will be available in the garden following the concert for all to enjoy. Families and children are welcome!
Get broken household items fixed for free and learn while doing it!
We’ll have fixers for computers, electronics, small appliances and furniture, clothes and jewellery, books and paper repair, and more. For whatever you need fixin’, bring it on! repaircafetoronto.ca