This week’s notes!

Sunday, June 16, 2019 –First Nations Sunday & Father’s Day

10:00 am  Worship

Today we celebrate First Nations Sunday and also give a nod to Father’s Day.  As “settlers”, it continues to be important to live into our call to reconciliation.

As a follow-up to our annual meeting discussion on worship, Chris Moore will also lead a discussion inviting your comments as you reflect on how you experience God during worship and what helps to shape your faith during worship.

Pray for ongoing discernment as we navigate our path into the future so that we may continue to be a vibrant, relevant and faithful congregation.



Those who participate in the life and ministry of Trinity United Church are people who are being transformed by their faith in Jesus Christ. They meet weekly for worship, but realize that 1 hour a week is only a beginning. Through the committees, the women’s groups, study groups, Sunday School, youth activities, choir, and other events and activities, these people are making an impact in our community. The people who participate in the life and ministry of Trinity United Church often find themselves involved in other community groups as well. Following Jesus embraces all parts of their lives.

If you live in Elmira you probably already know someone who is part of this church. They come in all ages and walks of life. Why not ask them about Trinity? Better yet, why not come and experience Trinity United Church yourself? “Our mission is to love, learn and live by Christ’s teachings.”



Friday, June 14 6:00 – 7:30 pm in the Fellowship HallSausage and bowtie pastaAll are welcome! Pay as you can,


Friday, May 10, 2019 6:00pm We will be serving Greek Chicken in the Fellowship Hall. All are welcome. Pay as you can. Following Community Can Dine at 7:00 pm, the Local Vocals will be performing in the sanctuary.