Good News! No, Great News!
We welcome our incumbent Rev. Mark Whittall, a former parishioner at Trinity! 
Mark describes himself as husband, father, writer, physicist and theologian. Mark is an engineer by training with graduate degrees in Theoretical Physics and in Development Economics from Oxford University.  His first career was as an engineer, executive and CEO in the high-tech sector.  Mark left his business career to pursue the study of theology at St. Paul University in Ottawa. He served as a Lecturer in the History of Science at Augustine College in Ottawa, was ordained in 2008, and following three years in the parish of Huntley, he was tasked with building a new congregation at St. Albans Church in 2011. Mark is the author of two books, ReInvention: Stories from an Urban Church (2016) and ReImagine: Preaching in the Present Tense (2017).  We have all been doing a little dance since we heard he was coming. 
Welcome, Mark….or….welcome back home.
Carleton Student Welcome Event
October 16th, 2pm-4pm

Calling all Carleton students! Are you new to the area and want to check out what’s close to campus? On Saturday, October 16th, between 2pm and 4pm, Trinity Anglican Church is hosting a ‘Welcome Event: Music Edition’ for Carleton students, consisting of a walking tour of popular music venues in Old Ottawa South, and a live concert back at Trinity featuring Carleton’s own Nathan da Silva (The Slyde, Reuben and the Dark, Wacken Canada winner)

The tour is being presented by Ottawa Walking Tours and is sponsored in whole by Trinity Anglican Church, which has a long tradition of caring for students from Carleton, including at their student residence, Mable Gordon House.

The tour will consist of Old Ottawa South’s best sites including some interesting music venues along Bank Street for listeners and performers! The event will wrap up with a set by Nathan Da Silva, a world-class musician who has played as
a backing guitarist, bassist, and vocalist and lead singer for a wide array of musical groups, in both French and English bands across Canada.

The event is open to all and any from Carleton University, so make sure to bring your squad! COVID restrictions will limit the number of participants, so please come a few minutes early. The event will run rain or shine..

We are on Zoom!
Please join us online for all of our events for the duration of the pandemic and stay-at-home order! For information to receive upcoming Zoom links, please email office@trinityottawa.ca

NEW: We are offering in-person worship  and we also are simultaneously on Zoom for those who prefer to worship from the comfort of home.  Covid protocols including self-screening, mask-wearing, not singing, no use of fans, physical distancing with roped off pews, and recording of contact tracing coordinates will all be in place for those attending in person. 

Welcome to Trinity Anglican Church Ottawa

We are a diverse community that is inclusive of all people.
Jesus offers us a pure example of love, compassion and justice. In our human way, we attempt to follow his example.

Please join us this Sunday. 

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Turtle Island
By Aaron Paquette
Description: a print of a turtle with an oval-shaped universe of stars in the centre. Within that centre there are circles that make an eye. On top of the turtle shell rests a pine forest that serves as eyelashes. On either side of turtle are the sun and the moon.
Turtle Island by Aaron Paquette speaks about how we see God’s creation. The turtle is a marker of identity, culture, autonomy and a deeply-held respect for the environment. 
Seniors in Conversation - Upcoming speakers and topics
Seniors in Conversation is every Tuesday from 10AM-11:30AM on Zoom!

Please invite any of your friends to join us for these free webinars! It’s easy to register, just email seniors@trinityottawa.ca with your name, phone number and postal code, and you will be added to the list! 

Tuesday September 14th: Senator Peter Boehn from the Canadian Senate 

Tuesday September 21st: Juliane Labreche from Master Gardeners to discuss ‘Water in the Garden'

Tuesday September 28th: Algonquin Spiritual Leader, Albert Dumont

Tuesday October 5th: Breanna Pizzuto fromTalk Tools to give a workshop on ‘Unconscious Bias’

Tuesday October 12th: There will be no Seniors in Conversation this week. Happy Thanksgiving!

Tuesday October 19th: Carleton University Professor Dr. Pamela Walker to discuss ‘Women’s Issues’.

 

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