Welcome to this edition of the Trillium Messenger, filled with messages and pictures (taken before the Ontario emergency order) of our vibrant community; may you read this and feel connected.
Some exciting news — we are planning to begin Trillium’s Zoom worship on Sunday May 31st at 10:00 am! Watch for more details in next week’s EBlast on how to access the Zoom worship on your computer or tablet.
Also included in this newsletter is a message from Pastor Larson as we near the Seventh (and last) Sunday of Easter, some stewardship options in a time of pandemic and some information on a soon to be published new hymn resource.
Have a safe and sunny weekend!
Welcome to Friday, everyone. And the Friday of a long weekend at that! You made it.
In this weekend’s newsletter, there’s lots of news to share including an update about the church directory, prayers for this time of pandemic and, of course, a moment of reflection as we approach the 5th Sunday in Easter from our interim Pastor Stephen Larsen.
We also have a special update video from the Bridges Vacation Bible School coordinators.
We hope this weekend brings with it some joyful and restful times.
Trillium cancelled worship on 15 March and the doors have been closed since. 55 Days and counting. How are you doing?
If you’re looking for connection, this week’s newsletter offers a variety of opportunity to learn about ways to engage with others in our faith community, including an update from public ministry, remote worship service details and as always, a heartfelt note from interim Pastor Stephen Larson.
In this edition, our Visitation Pastor, Don Nevile, shares a story from Peter W. Marty in Christian Century, Community Ministry sheds some light on their path during this global crisis an invitation to tomorrow’s National Prayer Breakfast tomorrow, and much more!
Good morning, to you! We have lots of information to share with you today, so pull up a seat and enjoy with some good coffee.
This edition includes news about Pastor Stephen’s extension, a message for community ministry volunteers, updated information on summer camp, and much more.
Included in this edition is a reflection on our Lenten journey, some images reminding us of our Trillium community (remember these faces?!), a series of announcements, and much, much more.
While small, we hope you find this newsletter to be a way to remain connected to our faith and our community. Be well.
We’ve got lots of information for you this week, so grab a warm cup of tea and cozy on up.
This week’s newsletter includes some corrections from last week, more information on Adult Forum in the home and music suggestions for this Easter season from Lilla, our music director.
Just in time for the weekend, we’ve got lots of news, messages and songs to share with you. Get cozy, pour a mug of tea and read on.