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Calling All Youth

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Calling All Youth

All youth from grade 7 to grade 12 are invited to attend a dinner event on October 20th at 5:00 pm.  Please let Rev. Sharla know if you can attend.

Phone: 519-448-1851 or e-mail:

Book Study – Fall 2016

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Book Study – Fall 2016

adventconspiracyGet ready for a new season of book study on Thursday mornings at 10:00.

Starting October 20th and continuing for four weeks we will explore:

Rowan Williams’ Being Christian.

This will be followed by an Advent book study focusing on:

Advent Conspiracy: Can Christmas Still Change the World?  by Rick McKinley.

Ceremony of Induction

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Ceremony of Induction

Please note that Reverend Sharla’s Induction Ceremony will be held on October 27th and 7:00 pm.

Office Hours

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Office Hours

Holy Trinity welcomed Reverend Sharla Malliff as Rector this month.

Rev Sharla is available to meet with parishioners in her office.  Please note that in order to give everyone personal attention she recommends that you phone ahead to arrange a time.

The office number is 519-448-1851.

Cambridge Shelter

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Cambridge Shelter

Mark Saturday November 5th on your calendar.  That’s the day that Holy Trinity parishioners will be serving supper at the Cambridge Shelter.

Holy Trinity News – September 2016

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Holy Trinity News – September 2016

Things tend to slow down in the summer, but Holy Trinity has been very active with parishioners doing the services and the sermons. It is always interesting and inspiring to hear how faith has interacted in another
person’s life.

We had our annual garage sale in the parking lot of the church on the Saturday of the Civic Holiday weekend. Despite the morning rain, we had a great turnout! This year we had more trunk sales from interested vendors in the village, even from as far away as Toronto.


The delicious charcoal-broiled hotdogs were once again a big hit as well as the cold drinks and chips. Parishioners in the parish baked numerous, delicious cookies, squares and bread which were eagerly bought by garage sale seekers. Remember us next year on the Civic Holiday weekend!

Once again, Holy Trinity had an exciting 5 day Theatre Camp in July for youngsters. This Theatre camp is led each year by Cathy Erskine-Pickett and Mary Poole, teachers and members of Holy Trinity, who do an excellent job of directing the camp. The group prepared for the production, “The Best Birthday Ever” and sang, danced and acted together. For some participants, it was their first “on stage” experience; others have performed every year! The enthusiasm of the group is infectious and we know enduring friendships are only one of the many benefits of being together. Special thanks to Holy Trinity congregation members, audience supporters, snack bakers and space providers. A wonderful, culminating performance was held once again at the Community Centre.

As part of our continuing outreach, we were able to supply 27 backpacks filled with supplies for both public and high school youth whose families use the Cambridge Shelter. These supplies are much appreciated by the students and their families.

Our church has a large, beautiful garden tended by parishioners, which is open to the community at large. A variety of trees, shrubs and perennials abound with benches as a place to rest or mediate. It has been a great spot for family and wedding photos.

Exciting News! On September 1st we are delighted to have Rev. Sharla Malliff join our church as our new priest. Rev. Sharla is very involved with the youth, being the Diocesan Chaplain for Youth in the diocese. Since we have quite a large youth component in our church, we look forward to Sharla’s leadership and enthusiasm. Rev. Sharla’s induction into Holy Trinity will be Thursday, October 27th.  Please join us for this beautiful service and for delicious apple crisp after the service.

After summer vacations, Sunday School for all ages, starts up once again on September 11th..  All the youth servers will be at the altar that day with Rev. Sharla. They always feel very much a part of the service with their special jobs in assisting the priest.

Ontario Early Years starts up once again on Wednesday, September 7th at 9:30 to 10:30. The topic is “Literacy Rocks” for ages 0 to 6 years of age and is implemented by an Early Years’ specialist. This topic will continue on the first Wednesday of the months from September to December at the church. Please phone 519-759-3833 or email if you are interested in joining us.

September will be busy with pie assembling and baking for the annual Apple Fest in the village on the third weekend of September. Be sure to come early as these delicious pies are always sold out before noon!


Literacy Rocks

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Literacy Rocks

Ontario Early Years Centre Brant has four outreach sessions planned for the Holy Trinity Church location this fall.

Erin Johnson the Early Literacy Specialist will be coming to Holy Trinity Church for these one hour outreach sessions called “Literacy Rocks”. 

The sessions, intended for children ages 0 to 6 will be held on:

A new priest for Holy Trinity!

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A new priest for Holy Trinity!

Welcome news for the congregation of Holy Trinity St George!
Bishop Bob Bennett has announced the appointment of Rev Sharla Malliff as Rector of Holy Trinity St George effective September 1,  2016.
Rev Malliff will continue in her position as the Diocesan Chaplain for Youth.

Opportunities for Fellowship, Service and Mission

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Opportunities for Fellowship, Service and Mission
  • Christian Meditation with Canon Lynne Calhoun: Tuesdays,  6:30, St. George Library
  • Ladies Guild: Third Monday, 1 pm
  • Book Study: Thursdays, 10 am, beginning after Thanksgiving, 2016
  • Men’s Friday Morning Coffee: 10 am, at the Brown Dog. All Welcome!
  • Bridge: 2nd and 4th Monday: 1 pm
  • Choir: Thursday, 7pm
  • Meditation Garden: tending and caring
  • Poverty Outreach: Cambridge Shelter, Brantford Food Bank, other

Put us on your schedule.  Please come.  Blessings await.