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“This Week at Trinity”

This Week at Trinity, Beamsville Friday, September 10, 2021 Dear Friends, This week has been a lovely return to life with you, even as it’s often felt like an extended version of first-day-of-school jitters.  Social media tells me there’s been lots of that in Trinity families, too.  It also tells me you’re all thriving, bravely, as you usually do.  The irony, of course, is...
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“This Week at Trinity”

FROM TRINITY CHURCH COUNCIL:Good News! We will be together again during worship! Thank you so much for your patience as we have been waiting for this opportunity for far too long. A big thank you must be shared to your Return to Church Committee, Council and staff as we have been very busy working through the ever changing scenarios of the current and ongoing pandemic. Our announcement today rega...
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“This Week at Trinity”

This Week at Trinity, Beamsville Friday, August 13, 2021 Dear Friends, This week I’ve been compiling another book/wish list.  I can’t say I’ve been tackling much in-depth reading from it, yet.  It’s been more of a broad scan, a looking ahead, well into planning mode for fall worship, trying to draw on the most present and pertinent voices for our faith learning.  Only 4 Su...
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“This Week at Trinity”

This Week at Trinity, Beamsville Friday, August 6, 2021 Dear Friends, This week I’ve been thinking often about interviews:  not so much the job-seeking kind but the long and sustained, story-telling kind; the please-give-me-a-window-into-your-life-and-heart kind, where we give precious space for another to be heard, in their own words.  I’ve been thinking about what an increasi...
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“This Week at Trinity”

This Week at Trinity, Beamsville Friday, July 30, 2021 Dear Friends, This week I’ve been sporting some t-shirts around town that, this time last year, would not have been on my radar of choices, let alone something I’d wear beyond the garden.  For context, I’m not a t-shirt person; just never have been.  I think it’s the collar style, maybe the fabric.  That’s immaterial (sorry, cou...
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“This Week at Trinity”

This Week at Trinity, Beamsville Friday, July 23, 2021 Dear Friends, This week’s musings have been harder than usual to piece together.  I don’t think I have any in-depth understanding or reason for that.  I usually know well in advance what I think I’d like to say, but like the lead Susan in ‘Between Friends’, this week I just kept landing on “I’m weary”.  Even with restr...
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“This Week at Trinity”

This Week at Trinity, Beamsville Friday, July 16, 2021 Dear Friends, This week, and for at least a few weeks prior, I’ve been thinking often about the old adage – used often in rural circles, or at least often in our rural extended family – that you need to make hay when the sun shines.  I remember once upon a time having a conversation with the Trinity children about what the phras...
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“This Week at Trinity”

This Week at Trinity, Beamsville Friday, July 9, 2021 Dear Friends, This week’s rainy weather is just what the gardens were asking for around our house… but I confess it’s started to feel a little confining.  The weeds are definitely enjoying the fact that I can’t get out there to keep them in check.  That minor moment aside, the rain hasn’t put any sort of a damper on the joy ...
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“This Week at Trinity”

This Week at Trinity, Beamsville Friday, July 2, 2021 Dear Friends, This week has been another poignant reminder of the power of seeing.  As much as I love the written word, and the spoken word; as much as I turn to print articles and radio reports as primary sources of news, there is inevitably great power in opening windows to the visible truths of another’s experience.  The devas...
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“This Week at Trinity”

This Week at Trinity, Beamsville Friday, June 25, 2021 Dear Friends, This week I’ve been feeling particularly aware of the exhaustion that comes with hearing the news.  I’m not referring to my own reactions of the heart, mind, and spirit, although I do feel weary and worn, trying to take in the magnitude of it all.  Far more importantly, the exhaustion of which I am painfully aware ...
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