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Hybrid Worship on Sunday, March 19, 2023: This Sunday we are led in worship by Rev David. It is the Fourth Sunday of Lent, to join the ZOOM on Sunday, CLICK HERE. To read the order of service for Sunday, CLICK HERE.
 A date for your calendar: On Sat, April 22, 2023 we will be hosting another Trinity United Church Car Trunk Sale; the same day as the Port Coquitlam City-Wide Garage Sale. The Thrift Shop will be open that day too! Interested in participating in the Trunk sale?….save a few items, load them in your car and park it in the parking lot for the day @ $25.00 a stall. Monies for car stall rental will go towards a Syrian Refugee Sponsorship Fund.  The sun should be shining….and the opportunities to socialize should be top notch! Leave your name and number at the church office if you are interested or talk to a member of the Doers steering team for more details – Joy Galea 604-942-7557, Syd Sawyer 604-941-4565, Irene MacIver 604-474-4173.         
Doers Meeting: Thanks to all who attended! It was a busy one.
Ladder Question: We found it! Thanks everyone.
Holy Week Services:
April 9 - Palm Sunday @ 10:30 am - Trinity
April 13 - Maundy Thursday Observance @ 3:30 pm - Trinity
April 14 - Good Friday @ 11:00 am - Inlet United at The Springs (2315 Spring St, Port Moody)
April 16 - Sunrise Service @ 8:00 am - Lions Park
April 16 - Easter Service @ 10:30 am - Trinity
Governance Meeting: Will be in-person! Tuesday, March 21 at 10 am in the Library.
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.
World Day of Prayer: Thank you to all who attended and/or leant-a-hand for the World Day of Prayer on Friday, March 3rd.  This year the service was prepared by the World Day of Prayer - Taiwan.  Between 50 and 60 people attended and this is a great increase over past years! We enjoyed “Afternoon Tea” and fellowship following the service.  An offering of $745.00 was raised, which is wonderful. Funds raised by WDP support social justice projects. In Canada, these WDP grants are distributed by the Women’s Inter-Church Council of Canada [WICC]. WICC is a national ecumenical organization with a mission to empower Christians to pursue justice, peace, and reconciliation standing together in prayer and action.
Thrift Number this week: An encouraging $418.20. Spring is on the horizon...