Posts Tagged ‘community’
Posted on: June 1st, 2022 by Trillium Lutheran Church
The Community Ministry Program sponsored by Calvary Memorial United Church and Trillium Lutheran Church is celebrating 25 years of supporting those in the corners of our society. In recognition of this milestone, you are invited to a casual celebration on Saturday, June 4, from 3:30 to 6:30 pm. Come by to celebrate with others by renewing former friendships, enjoying a lite meal, and hearing guest speakers Mark Willcock, Community Engagement Coordinator for Indwell here in Waterloo Region, and John Neufeld, Executive Director of House of Friendship.
Posted on: April 22nd, 2022 by Trillium Lutheran Church
Join our Trillium community on Wednesdays (April 20 to June 8) from 5 pm to 7:30 pm as we gather for a meal, faith formation, fellowship and contemplative vespers. All are welcome. Contact the church office for more information.
Posted on: May 27th, 2021 by Trillium Lutheran Church
The church building may be closed right now, but our ministry has never stopped. We continue to find ways to meet our neighbours’ needs. Thank you to the creators of our new Little Free Pantry, which is now in front of 22 Willow!
Begun last year using one of the Little Libraries, the new pantry is a larger, dedicated structure. Written on the front are the words, “Take what you need. Leave what you are able”. All are welcome to take what they need and as space permits, donated items may be left in the pantry. Non-perishable foods (tinned soups, beans, fruits, vegetables, pastas, sauces) and personal hygiene products (no razors) are all welcome. Monetary contributions are also welcome. An on-line donation or cheque made payable to Trillium with “LF Pantry” on the reference line will provide funds for purchases for this project. We are grateful for your generosity and caring as we reach out to less fortunate friends.
Posted on: April 21st, 2021 by Trillium Lutheran Church
Trillium Lutheran Church is ringing its church bells at 7:30 pm daily to show support for front-line workers, offer encouragement to the community, and foster peace and unity through this message of solidarity during the third wave of the COVID pandemic.