Last Sunday morning, Angela Gentili called the director of The Christmas Story at the Church of the Holy Trinity to tell her that Jesus, aka her 8-month-old son Samuel, was sick and would not be showing up for the December 10th afternoon performance of the Nativity Play.
The director, Susan Watson, was resigned to using the back-up doll when 40 minutes before show time the head usher excitedly told her that he had found a 10-month baby girl to play Jesus and that her parents were from Nazareth!Read More »The Christmas Story’s Casting Surprise Captures The Heart of the City
Saturday, July 22, 2017 10:00 AM to 12:30 PM The Holy Trinity Strategic Planning Committee, as part of the environmental scan phase of our process, invites you to join us for… Read More »Walking Holy Trinity’s Parish Bounds (followed by Lunch)
Treaty Canoe Treaty Canoe by Alex McKay (1999, 12’x24”x32”,) is a performance/sculpture/installation that is made from cedar, copper wire, birch bark, red-ribbon, glue, and treaties hand-penned onto hand-made linen paper. Using dip… Read More »Treaty Canoe at Holy Trinity
April 28 – May 25, Hart House Map Room Exhibit The exhibit explores treaties, those legal agreements with Indigenous peoples that allowed non-Indigenous people to live on and own land… Read More »Canada By Treaty: Histories of a Negotiated Place