Pentecost frontal embroidery update 2018
by Anna Dohler
In 2004, Rev. Sara Boyles provided “The Patchwork Quilt” from which I took the fifteen sided flames in alternating bright yellow and orange flames, outlined with gold metallic thread. Also the Alpha and Omega in dark red and blue outlines. The second one will be started in 2018. This side has travelled around the world, including Toronto Guild of Stitchery (TGS) meetings each month.
In eleven years, one side of the separate frontal pattern (see June 2017 GTA article in Toronto Star already notified) was completed by Pentecost Sunday 2018. Before the summer is out the second outline side will be started.
Continue reading Pentecost Frontal: A Labour of Love
An invitation from Vivian Harrower, Warden and HR Committee member to all who volunteer their time and talents at Holy Trinity. RSVP to Kate Werneburg at firstname.lastname@example.org:
Above: Last year’s Concert Coordinator & Visitor Guide Danielle Sum with Music Mondays Musicians
Summer Job Opening: Concert Coordinator & Visitor Guide
Church of the Holy Trinity is an historically designated, busy downtown church with a long history of activism, radical hospitality, and support of the arts.
Continue reading Summer Job: Concert Co-ordinator and Visitor Guide
From the Interfaith Social Assistance Reform Committee:
Vote for a Poverty Free Ontario!
The ISARC Election Kit focuses on Income Security, Housing, and Employment Justice. The Kit contains practical information on how to find the candidates in your riding, how to organize all-candidate meetings, questions for the candidates along with practical user ready form letters plus much more.
“ISARC has prepared a toolkit for faith communities to discuss issues and deliberate on electoral choices. As faith communities we have an obligation to care for those most vulnerable and marginalized in our communities.
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Election Day is Thursday, June 7th. The official election campaign starts this Wednesday, May 9th.
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Elections are won riding by riding.
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This cartoon comes to us via parishioner Susie Henderson, and was created by David Hayward.