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Hybrid Worship on Sunday, March 5, 2023: This Sunday we are led in worship by Rev David. It is the second Sunday of Lent and we will have our rescheduled Town Hall meeting. To join the ZOOM Meeting on Sunday, CLICK HERE. To read the order of service for Sunday, CLICK HERE.
TOWN HALL: This Sunday after the worship time in the Fellowship Hall. After last weekend's wintery blast, we will be having our Town Hall meeting (and soup and bun lunch) in the Hall. Be sure to attend, as this second meeting will be a time for the Development Steering Team to hear your responses to their presentation in January. 
Tuesdays @ 2211: is again meeting in person on (you guessed it) Tuesdays at 6:00 pm, in the Church library/narthex. The first meeting will be March 7 and will be a Bring Your Own Dinner event. We will discuss the same book that our Prayer/Study Group is currently studying, "Building God's Beloved Community - Discipleship in the United Church of Canada". For more information contact: Irene MacIver. If you need a copy of the book, let Zoë in the office know ( asap, cut off for orders is Tuesday, March 7.
Doers Meeting: Monday, March 13 @ 6:30 pm in the Church Hall. Green is the lucky colour! Discipleship is seeing how our lives are a sacred calling and, out of our faith, connecting our gifts with the world’s needs. Come together at Trinity to be a part of the “Doing” and hear what each other is doing and wants to do.  We will hear reports from Worship + Music, Governance, United Church Women, leaving time for Property, Christian Education, and Outreach interest groups to meet as well. Hope to see you - Joy Galea, Syd Sawyer, and Irene MacIver.
Wed Morning Coffee Chat: Last Wednesday, the Coffee Group celebrated their 150th Wed ZOOM chat. Congratulations to everyone on their amazing weekly commitment to connecting in this way. If you are not receiving the ZOOM invite to the Chat and you would like to, contact the office (
Truth and Reconciliation News: Upon hearing the preliminary research findings on deaths and unmarked graves at the Alberni residential institution, The Rt. Rev. Dr. Carmen Lansdowne, Moderator of The United Church of Canada, said: “The church will not look away from the truth that continues to be uncovered. The United Church of Canada continues our commitment to live into our Apologies, to be accountable, and to further the work of truth and reconciliation in concrete acts of justice and reparation.” CLICK HERE to read more of this initial response.
First United Lenten Calendar: This year’s theme for Spiritual Care at First United is truth-telling. As we enter the Season of Lent, we offer a calendar of prayer and contemplation based on the Truth and Reconciliation Commission's Call to Action #60. Just click the links on each day of the calendar to access new content! CLICK HERE to get the First United Lenten Calendar.