As this pandemic continues to unfold, Trinity’s
leadership has sought counsel from God’s Word and in prayer. We have paid close
attention to the recommendations being given by the Alberta Premier and by
Alberta Health Services. As of March 18, 2020, Church Council has made the
following decisions regarding groups meeting at the Church and weekly Lenten
and Sunday Worship services.
- There will not be physical worship
services held on Wednesday evenings or Sunday mornings until further notice. We
will post information on how to access brief worship services for home
viewing/use for Sunday services and to allow you to continue your Lenten
Journey, “Eyes on Jesus”. A live feed message will be made available for this
Sunday morning at 10 am, and then posted as an audio message on our website.
- All groups meeting at the Church are
suspended until further notice.
- A “Staying Connected”
phone group has been formed by the Deacons to touch base with our people at
higher risk or already in self-isolation.
We will be diligent in making sure people are doing okay, if they need
anything, praying with them, etc. Please call the Church office if you would
like to serve as a ‘phoner’ or if you would like to be on our contact list or know
of someone who would benefit from it.
- Trinity’s Office will remain open
during our regular hours (for now).
- If you are desiring of the Sacrament
of Holy Communion during this time, please call the Church Office.
Pastor John and Pastor Maggie are both
available to be contacted for pastoral care, prayer, and emergencies. Please call the church office 403-362-4259 to connect with them. Our Jars of
Clay ministers are also available to listen, to pray, to talk. Our members are ready to assist with needs as
they arise so please stay connected with your neighbours and with each
other. Let us “encourage one another
and build up each other” in this trying time.
is a time of great uncertainty about many things. One thing is still true and certain – the
promise of our God in Jesus Christ.
Jesus who says, “Surely, I am with you always.” (Matt. 28:20b) The
writer to Hebrews reminds us beyond all doubt that, “Jesus Christ is the
same, yesterday, today and forever.” (Hebrews 13:8)
We may not be able to gather but we are still the
body of Christ. In this unique time, with unique challenges, we have
opportunity to “be the Church” wherever God leads. Be bold, Be God’s.
“Now to Him who by the power at work within us
is able to accomplish abundantly far more than all we can ask or image, to Him
be glory in the church and in Christ Jesus to all generations, forever and
ever. Amen.” (Eph. 3:20-21)
Blessed to be Your Pastor, Maggie
We will be sending out updates and worship links in our weekly email “TLC Connections”. If you would like to receive this resource please email email@example.com