All posts by Keith Nunn

Musician, bartender, lover, activist, theologian, athiest, feminist, queerish, generally earnest and troublesome individual.

Palm Sunday (P4)

We’ll be gathering again this Sunday, April 5 at 10:30am. We’ll start the “meeting” at 10am so you can figure out how to make it work and chat with each other before the service.

Click here to join the meeting/service.

The link above will start a download in your browser. When it is done, click on the download to run it and agree to let it connect to your microphone and camera. It will work on your computer or smartphone.

If you don’t have a computer or smartphone, you can connect with a regular phone by dialing +1 647 558 0588 and entering meeting code 669 978 222 followed by #.

The Zoom platform is offering extra help to folks unfamiliar with it during this time. You can find the Zoom support page here.

Pandemic Sunday 3 (Lent 5)

A huge thank you to Susie and Jennifer for hosting the service this week from their home and to Moon for providing the music from New Brunswick. We were up to 39 households this week from 27 last week. It was so good to see everyone.

A recording of the service (minus all the visiting before and after) has now been uploaded to Youtube in our channel (links at right) or you can click to view it at the bottom of this page. Jennifer’s excellent homily (preceded by the readings for context) is also available separately in our Youtube channel or immediately below this text.

Jennifer’s sermon for this morning (preceded by the readings)
This week’s service minus our socializing before and after

Pandemic Sunday 2

Thank you to everyone who joined us and a special thankjs to everyone who was able to contribute to making it happen: Suzanne Rumsey, Bill Whitla and Jean Robinson for reading; Ian Sowton for his homily; Jo Connolly, Joanna Manning and John Gardham for being part of the Nave team with me at HT; Susie Henderson for putting so much time into getting Ian and many others connected this morning, this could have been a train-wreck without Susie’s support.

Pandemic Sunday 2 at HT
Ian’s Sermon

The recording (without our socializing) is available on Youtube, the bulletin is here, and Ian’s sermon is available on its own. As we tried a bunch of new things, including shared leadership, things got a bit ragged at points, but mostly in a wonderful way. This is not a polished product, it is a joyful one!

See you all next week. xo. Keith

Today at HT

Hi Folks,

Another day in paradise at Trinity Square- we served an ever growing amount of people who have been displaced through closures and service interruptions. Seemed like over 100 came for lunches, coffee, clothing and other staples. There is a very good feeling down here, that is somewhat hard to describe, but a very familial energy is present with us as we do this essential work to support those on the street.

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