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Board Report – July 3

The Trinity Board has been very involved in the past six months with matters related to the every day running of the Church.  Although this is not normally the role of the Board, the present circumstances have altered our course somewhat.  Until our Supply Minister arrived in mid February it became necessary for the Board to take on the Lead Minister’s duties which…

Ministry Profile and Search Team

The Trinity United Church Ministry Profile and Search Team was formed two weeks ago. Your members are Maxine Coffey, Sigrid-Ann Thors, Karine Poznanski, Richard Rolke, Bill Darnell, Kari McNair, Eric Elle and David Green. We are following The Ministry Profile and Search Team Handbook provided by the BC Conference of the United Church of Canada with the guidance of Allison…

EFAN SPRING MEETING HIGHLIGHTS

Trinity United Church Outreach Committee is one of the founding members of the EMERGENCY FOOD ACTION NETWORK. Service and faith groups meet twice/year to share information and resources to address emergency food issues in the North Okanagan. Partnerships formed at EFAN inform many TUC Outreach initiatives. Vernon Food Bank: registering 5 new clients/week. To access the…

Garage Sale

Update April 24: The garden soil for sale has now arrived and is available for purchase. Got too many treasures? Want treasures? The Men’s Group is hosting a garage sale on Saturday, April 21 between 9 am and noon. Location – Fellowship Hall, Trinity. Donations. Drop off donations no earlier than April 17. Friday morning April 20 will be set-up day…

World Day of Prayer – Photos

Trinity United Church hosted the World Day of Prayer service on Friday, March 2, 2018. The service, written by the women of Suriname with the theme All God’s Creation Is Very Good! provided an opportunity for Christian people all over the world to learn about the country of Suriname (formerly Dutch Guyana) and to focus on how each of us can become more environmentally…

Holy Week

Holy week is an important time in the Christian year. We start with Palm Sunday, the parade into Jerusalem. Then Good Friday we tell the story of the crucifixion of Jesus, both with readings and song, in what for some is the most moving service of the year. You are invited to leave in silence. Then the joy of Easter, starting with a sunrise service in the courtyard (7:30…