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Reverend Dr. Cheri DiNovo

Minister

1971

 

only woman to sign We Demand, first gay rights demo

2001

 

performed first legalized same-sex marriage in Canada

2006

 

elected MPP - passed most private bills in Ontario's history and most LGBTQ bills in Canadian history

Present

 

minister at Trinity-St. Paul's United Church and Centre for Faith, Justice and the Arts

Climate Justice Resources

Trinity St. Paul’s United Church’s journey of divestment of our congregational funds from fossil fuels, and subsequent reinvestment in Alternative Energy

Divestment

Divesting our congregational funds from fossil fuels, the actions we took and the lessons we learned

Alternative Investment

A summary of available resources for reinvestment in alternative energy sources

Resource Library

A repository of links to background resources and media articles

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What's new in the life of the church

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Season for Commitment Celebrations and Events

The Season for Commitment is the time each year our congregation sets aside to reflect individually and collectively on the gifts we have and how we might offer them to our faith community.  It's the time when we think about how we will commit our time, experience, insight and financial resources to TSP’s ministry and mission.

Here are key events and dates:

Season for Commitment Celebrations and Events

  • October 28 Sunday after service features a delectable lunch followed by a guest speaker on Planned Giving. PLEASE join us in the Studio. The menu is sure to please every palate!

  • November 4 Don't miss out on a wonderful lunch and engaging discussions on topics that matter to you! Table groups - scattered throughout TSP - will be organized around specific subjects/ministries of TSP, so please sign up under a subject of interest to you, posted in the Narthex. There will also be an opportunity to make a commitment of your Time, Talent and/or Treasure to TSP's ministry.

If you have questions Stewardship of Resources Circle members would be pleased to provide answers.  We are Del Doucette, Cheri Di Novo, Jim Lewis, Bob Savaria, Darlene Varaleau, Fred Wieler, Robin and David Craig.

Special services this Sunday – Guest preacher Dr. Colin Phillips, Naming Ceremony and Potluck Feast

On Sunday, September 23, we have a very special schedule of events.  You don’t want to miss it!

Starting worship at 10:30 with guest preacher, Dr. Colin Phillips, moderator nominee to the 43rd General Council of the United Church of Canada.

What’s Beyond Our Bubble? – with Dr. Colin Phillips

This Sunday, September 23, we are joined by guest preacher Dr. Colin Phillips, moderator nominee to the 43rd General Council of the United Church of Canada, with a worship service and reflection titled, “What’s Beyond Our Bubble?”

Worship services are every Sunday at 10:30 am. Join us!

https://www.facebook.com/events/1923194804429246/

 

Following worship service, there will be a Naming Ceremony and Potluck Feast after coffee time.

Teaser for Sunday, Sept 16 2018

Come join us this Sunday!
Planet Earth As Our Body
It’s time for a little “good news”.
#TSPUC #HopeRising #lifeofthischurch #affirmingchurch #torontounitedchurches

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Paul’s Hymn Blog for Sunday, September 16

Seventeenth Sunday after Pentecost September 16, 2018

Proverbs 1:20-33; Psalm 19; Mark 8:27-38

Creation Time 2

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TSP welcomes our new Children’s Church Coordinator!

Lorna Craig is an actor, director, and community arts facilitator based in Toronto. She has worked with children and youth for 15 years, most recently collaboratively creating plays in Montreal from 2013 – 2017. She trained as a puppeteer with Bread and Puppet Theatre and Puppetmongers, most recently creating and performing mobile puppet shows on Toronto Island with Shadowland Puppetry.
In 2015 she coordinated a research project at Concordia University, The Encounters Project, that used performance to explore theatre’s ability to investigate conflict across cultural divides. In the fall of 2015 she directed on life and living, a documentary theatre piece based on personal stories from ‘AIDS Community Care Montreal’, an HIV/AIDS support network. While travelling in India in 2017, Lorna directed and narrated The Christmas Story pageant at the Hairakhan ashram in Haldwani.
This summer she coordinated and facilitated The White Rabbit Arts Residency at Red Clay Farm in Nova Scotia. Lorna spent much of her childhood at TSP so is thrilled to be returning to her old stomping grounds as the new Children’s Church Coordinator.

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