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Welcome to Trinity


26 May 2024
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In-person and livestreamed at 10:30 a.m. Eastern
All the hymn words and liturgy are on the screen.
You can also follow the service with the bulletin.


Welcome Angela, Trinity’s new Church Administrator

We are pleased to welcome our new office administrator, Angela Carroll. Her first day was Monday, May 6th and she is looking forward to becoming an integral part of our church team.
Angela has a variety of job experiences, including as a Christmas Kettle Coordinator for the Salvation Army and an ECE at Parkwood Children’s Daycare. She is the mother of a thirteen-year-old daughter and likes to travel and paint.

Farewell to Annette

Annette Cantell is retiring after being with Trinity for 29 years. Please join us on Sunday June 2nd to bid her Godspeed during our worship service. There will be time for conversation at the luncheon afterwards.

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Land Acknowledgement
London is located within the traditional territory of the Anishinaabek (Ah-nish-ih-nah’-bey), Haudenosaunee (Hoh-DEE-noh-SHoh-nee), Lūnaapéewak (Le-nay-pee-wuk) and Attawandaron (Add-a-won-da-run) nations; land that is also shared by Metis, Inuit and urban Indigenous community members. We acknowledge all the treaties specific to this area: the Two Row Wampum Belt Treaty of the Haudenosaunee Confederacy/Silver Covenant Chain; the Beaver Hunting Grounds of the Haudenosaunee NANFAN Treaty of 1701; the McKee Treaty of 1790, the London Township Treaty of 1796, the Huron Tract Treaty of 1827 with the Anishinaabek and the Dish with One Spoon Covenant Wampum of the Anishnaabek and Haudenosaunee. We hold everything in this world in highest esteem and give honour to the wonderment of all things in God’s Creation. We come together as one to share good words, thoughts and deeds, sincerely sending them out to each other and to all parts of His creation. We are grateful for this world and we promise to be faithful to God and the natural laws of Creation.  
The three Indigenous Nations that are neighbours to London are the Chippewas of the Thames First Nation; Oneida Nation of the Thames and the Munsee-Delaware Nation who all continue to live as sovereign Nations with individual and unique languages, cultures and customs.