Faith is not something meant to solely be experienced during worship on a Sunday. It is something that is meant to infuse every moment of our lives. At St. Paul’s/Trinity we encourage participants to continue their spiritual journeys throughout the week via take home materials, preaching series, special services, social media activities and more. Some recent examples include:
The Book of Ruth: to explore the book of Ruth, access our resource here
Contemplating activities for this Lent? Here are some suggestions from Social and Ecological Justice Huron.
Music as an invitation to prayer:
It is said that those who sing, pray twice. The music director at St. Paul’s, Sydney Brouillard-Coyle offers this reflection on the spiritual value of music along with an example of how one song, used at a recent service, can become a meditation. Click here to read Sydney’s reflection.
Season of Creation 2019
Once again this fall we will be celebrating the Season of Creation featuring special worship, a study program, children’s program and Blessing of the Animals. For information about what makes this season important in the life of the Church, check out this article: SeasonofCreation
Those unable to attend our program opportunities who would like to follow along can do so through this link: SeasonofCreationStudyProgram
Activities for use in Sunday School and Youth programs can be found here: YouthProgramFall2019
This Lent we are playing “Never have I ever…”, a game which invites us to reflect on concrete ways in which we live our faith. A list of 40 actions is included in our LentEasterNews2019
Want to do more? Collective activities are available throughout the season. Check our calendar for more information.
Also available is the annual justice calendar Calendar2019RJC – this year’s theme highlights the upcoming Respect Justice Camp – to be held in Windsor-Essex this summer.