Here we are again in those restrictions/protections needed for the common good. We look to the story of the wedding in Cana and that day the wine ran out for comfort and hope.
We turn to the Book of Ruth today and wonder about who we see on the road of life with stories similar to Naomi, Orpah and Ruth. From them, we learn to trust our courage.
Here we are on the Sunday of Joy, seeking meaning in the “small” gift of Christmas.
How can we keep from singing? We hear stories and songs today and offer prayers on this Remembrance Sunday.
Welcome Trinity friends, our visitors and folk from Visions United Church. Grab a cup cold water. You’ll need it for this scary story.
Welcome Trinity, Welcome Visions United Church, Welcome Visitors. We’re glad you are here.
Books are a great teacher and there has been a generous sharing of suggestions over the last week for learning more about Anti Racism. I’ve put together an ALL AGES list from many suggestions. I haven’t read most but I plan to add some to my summer reading. Perhaps you will find a book, article, … More Next All Ages Book Club
At Trinity we affirm this milestone and offering our love and blessing on your journey.
Sunday Gathering for Worship: May 31: We join with other United Churches in Moncton/Riverview to celebrate Pentecost. It is good in this time of being apart to worship together in this way. I am grateful to my colleagues for the “big work” in making this collaborative worship happen (and to the videographer from Visions United … More Pentecost Gathering, May 31, 2020
Here is the video from our gathering today: