Trinity-Clifton News and Events

Ashley MacIsaac & Friends - Dec 15, 2017


Nov 11, 7.30pm - In Remembrance

The Confederation Singers and the Confederation Centre Youth Chorus present a Remembrance Day concert of choral music and poems in honour of the nation’s war veterans. Music to include Fauré Pie Jesu, I’m Dreaming of Home, Ubi Caritas, Locus Iste and a beutiful setting of In Flander’s Fields. Tickets for In Remembrance are $15 and are available at the door or at the Confederation Centre Box Office or at 566-1267, or at www.confederationcentre.com. Confederation Centre of the Arts


Dec 17, 3pm - Sing Noel with the Confederation Centre Youth Chorus

The Confederation Centre Youth Chorus celebrates the joy and spirit of the holiday season by performing classical and contemporary Christmas carols with one of the Island’s favourite sons, guest artist and powerhouse vocalist, Joey Kitson. Selections include ‘Ding, Dong Merrily on High,’ ‘The Star Carol,’ ‘O Holy Night,’ and many more — all presented in the beautiful Trinity United Church, Charlottetown. Tickets available at the church door prior to the concert, or at the Confederation Centre Box Office by calling 566-1267, or online at www.confederationcentre.com. Confederation Centre of the Arts


Covenanting Service for Rev. Cathie


TRINITY-CLIFTON UNITED CHURCH CHRISTMAS FAIR 2017

The popular annual Christmas Fair at Trinity United Church, 220 Richmond Street, Charlottetown, will be
held on Friday, November 17 th , 2017, 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM, and Saturday, November 18 th , 2017, 9:30
AM to 2:00 PM.
The Christmas Fair will feature jams, jellies, pickles, cookies, cakes, bake table, candies, fudge, crafts,
jewelry, deli, silent auction, treasures, sewing, knitting, books, and Christmas decorations.
Admission Is FREE. Everyone is WELCOME.
Cash, cheques, Visa, and Mastercard accepted.
Come for lunch on both days! We will serve gourmet soup and sandwiches on Friday and homemade
seafood chowder and gourmet sandwiches on Saturday.
This is a wonderful opportunity to pick up something unique and buy your goodies for the holiday
season.


Uppity Women of the Bible

This fall’s Tuesday morning study series will be “Uppity Women of the Bible”, a study from Living the Questions.

Uppity Women of the Bible is a DVD-based series featuring Hebrew Bible professor Dr. Lisa Wolfe. Combining careful scholarship with humor and fresh insights, Dr. Wolfe presents information for a lively, thoughtful discussion of Ruth.

The study will begin on Tuesday, October 3rd at 12:00 pm and will continue for seven weeks.

A sample video from the study can be found at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NQJhGUDdCGo

If you are interested in participating please contact Greg Davis gcdavis@eastlink.ca or phone the church office 902-892-4114.

The format of our gathering will be as follows: 1. View a short lecture by Dr. Wolfe.  2.  Discuss our thoughts and insights about the lecture and readings.

All are welcome!

Let’s get to know Ruth a little better!


Sunday School 2017

Sunday School for all children and youth begins Sunday, September 17th at Trinity. Registration forms will be available at the Sunday School table at the Richmond Street door, both before and after worship.

Children and youth of all ages are invited to gather in the sanctuary for worship at 10:30 a.m. Following a Time with the Children, all ages will depart for graded Sunday School classes. We have wonderful Godly Play Story-Tellers and Seasons of the Spirit teachers eager to guide our children and youth through an exciting year of learning and fun!  All are welcome here! See you soon!


Henry Clarke Scholarship Trust Bursaries

The Trustees of the Henry Clarke Scholarship Trust are pleased to announce that they will award two Bursaries this year in the amount of $2000 each. One each, to two eligible, most qualified, students entering post-secondary studies (College or University) in the 2017-2018 academic year. Please see more information on the bulletin board outside the church office.


Chancel Choir

Chancel Choir: Group singing is an activity well suited to the disparate skill levels of its participants, and confers both health and psychological benefits. You don’t have to have a great voice to sing in a group.  According to a recent study, even if the quality of singing produced is undistinguished, psychosocial and cognitive benefits still occur, demonstrating that there really is benefit in just taking part”.  Dr. Des Colohan, from an article printed in The Guardian, March 2017
Calling all those who love to sing! The Chancel Choir, under the direction of Don Fraser, rehearses each Wednesday evening from 6:30-8 pm. New singers are joyfully welcomed! If you have questions or wish to let Don know you’ll be coming, please call him at 902-569-1604. We have 50+ seats in the choir loft. Might one be waiting for you?  Please join us! We’d love to sing with you at Trinity!

The Social Justice Book Club Wed., Sept. 27

Looking for your next great read? The Social Justice Book Club will meet on Wed., Sept. 27 at 7 pm to discuss Heather O’Neil’s award winning novel “Lullabies for Little Criminals”. This moving coming-of-age novel of young life on the streets is sure to spark an interesting discussion. Hope you will join us!


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