The 2018 series starts Thursday, January 25th and, in addition to eating, drinking and singing, will include intentional discussion of important issues in our city. Here are some dates to put in your calendar and share around:
Thurs, Jan 25 – the heart of our City – cocktails, dinner, Pub Choir, and a rare open house of Scadding House, the home of our first priest, and the anchor site for a co-working, activist and artist space in the heart of the city. Come check it out and get in at the beginning.
Thurs, Feb 15 – Cocktails, dinner, Pub Choir, guest panel (members TBA) and table discussion on the theme “Reclaiming our City”
Thurs, Mar 8 – International Women’s Day – mimosas, flowers, dinner, Pub Choir
Thurs, Mar 15 – Reclaiming our City (housing focus) – cocktails,
dinner, Pub Choir, and group discussion with special guests TBA
Thurs, Apr 26 – Reclaiming our City – cocktails, dinner, Pub Choir,
and group discussion with special guests TBA
Doors open at 4:30pm at 19 Trinity Square (that big church/castle behind the Eaton Centre)
4:30-6pm — food, drink & conversation with your friendly bartender and others
6-7pm — Pub Choir *
7-9pm — ongoing bar service and conversation
Lifting Spirits just finished its second edition. Thirty years earlier, almost to the day, The Cowboy Junkies recorded their breakout album, The Trinity Session right here at HT. The sound in our space is amazing and we made good use of it. Pub Choir sang three songs from that album and did three more that were a little easier to wrap our lips around and made the room ring.
Since ancient times, the sun has been an object of fascination. Without it, there is no life on Earth, and it is good to use this moment of the solstice or “sun stand still”, as it is literally translated, to mark changes internal and external in our world.
On December 21 from 8:30 pm-10:30 pm, we will celebrate the longest night of the year with a candle lit labyrinth walk, followed by refreshments and singing inside. Join this family-friendly version of Lifting Spirits as we observe the turning of the year!
On Friday, October 20th, more than 150 people gathered at Holy Trinity to hear a concert in support of new church doors, which must be replaced due to fire damage. As a parishioner put it, more than a fundraiser, it was also a great “friendraiser”. Fabulous music, delicious food, inventive cocktails and community spirit made this event special. Continue reading The Burnt Door Concert: A Huge Success!→