The sparks were flying on Junos night. During Sunday’s awards show honouring the best in Canadian music, William Prince was joined by Serena Ryder for a performance of his song… Read More »William Prince and Serena Ryder perform for the Junos at HT
Joy Kogawa’s remarks from the Remembering Redress event on Oct 5, 2019.
We’re here tonight to celebrate some special people—those who stood with us. People who do this kind of thing, who embrace the despised, are different. They have fewer blind spots. They’re not afraid of you, just because you look like the enemy. So tonight we’re saying ‘thank you.’ Thank you for having walked with us. We remember you. We remember the ways you carried us and buoyed us up.
For decades following the forties, no official statement came to tell us we were not the enemy. But then came September 22, 1988. What a day that was. The blind spot was officially gone. The country rubbed its eyes and said, “Oh, there you are. Good morning. We see you. Of course you weren’t the enemy. We’re sorry. We were wrong.“
A stunning acknowledgment. A blessed day.Read More »A blessed day…
Applications for this position are now closed. Thank you!
The Church of the Holy Trinity, located in downtown Toronto, seeks a university student for an eight week summer placement.
The Historical Researcher & Animator will illumine Holy Trinity’s historical record of engagement with marginalized communities and explore issues of concern at various historical periods and currently.
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.
The process took longer than we expected with explorations of historic woods and discussions of how to paint them, but we expect them to be hung in the next few… Read More »replacements for our burnt doors near completion