Posts Tagged ‘ministry’

Thank you Trillium volunteers!

Posted on: August 3rd, 2023 by Trillium Lutheran Church

Bill has been part of the grass cutting team of 22 Willow for over 10 years! Thank you for your ministry!

Welcome Back

Posted on: September 14th, 2022 by Trillium Lutheran Church

After a restful summer it is good to have many of our church ministries resuming. The choir was back Sept. 11 and the worship band returns Sept. 18. The Quilting Group and Knitting Circle are meeting again Monday and Thursday mornings respectively. The Wednesday night Generations program resumes on Sept. 21. Contact the church office for more information about any of our programs.

Join us for worship Sunday mornings at 10:30 am in person or by livestream on YouTube. All are welcome.

Trillium Blessings!

Posted on: October 27th, 2021 by Trillium Lutheran Church

Trillium is blessed to have knitters and quilters sharing their wonderful gifts with Trillium ministries. We thank God for all the gifted knitters and quilters amongst us and we ask God to protect and guide the recipients of these knitted items and quilts.

Pastor Elina blesses knitted items during the Oct. 17 worship service.

Ministry continues!

Posted on: July 29th, 2021 by Trillium Lutheran Church

Despite the many pandemic lockdowns, ministry at Trillium goes on. Another beautiful Lap Robe finished for the Trillium Lutheran Knitting Circle! Thank you to all the knitters for this wonderful ministry.

Ministry never stopped

Posted on: May 27th, 2021 by Trillium Lutheran Church
Little Food Pantry

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.