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Message from the Bishop of Huron

The Right Reverend Todd Townshend, Bishop of Huron, addresses the faithful after the Anglican bishops of the province of Ontario have collectively made the decision to temporarily suspend public worship services.

Donations to Cambridge Shelter

Easter Message

Easter Message
Easter is a victory celebration.  The victory of light over darkness, of good over evil. The victory of life over death. To read the Easter message from Reverend Canon Mario Hryniewicz click here.

Lent at HTC

Lent at HTC
Lent is a season of reflection and preparation before the celebrations of Easter. By observing the 40 days of Lent, Christians replicate Jesus Christ’s sacrifice and withdrawal into the desert for 40 days. As we at Holy Trinity Anglican Church wait for Easter we are reflecting and collecting donations to support the homeless.

Pancake Supper – Feb 25

World Day of Prayer

World Day of Prayer
World Day of Prayer is a global ecumenical movement led by Christian women who welcome all to join in prayer and action for peace and justice especially on every first Friday of March. In 2020 World Day of Prayer falls on Friday, March 6th. The village of St. George will gather at 1:30 at Holy Trinity Church. All welcome.

Annual Vestry Meeting – Feb 2

Annual Vestry Meeting – Feb 2
Please note the upcoming annual vestry meeting for Holy Trinity Anglican Church, which will take place immediately after the service on February 2. Do plan to attend – this is our opportunity to celebrate our resiliency and generate positive outcomes for 2020.

Grace Weidhaas singing Opportunity

Advent

Advent
Dear Friends.      The Season of Advent is arriving in a few days. It is the time of personal journey towards Christmas when we will celebrate the birth of the Messiah. The Son of God became one of us, sharing in our humanity so that we could share in His divinity.       The yearning of the human heart for God is built into our DNA.       St. Augustine wrote, “You have created us...

Mitten Tree

Mitten Tree
The socks, mitts, hats and scarves on our Mitten Tree were generously donated by church members and go to Grace Church, Brantford where they will be distributed to those in need. Please note that Sunday November 24 is the last day for socks, mitts, hats and scarves for the mitten tree.

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