Little T Newsletter
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Get to us on the King Streetcar east from King Station. There is no on-site parking but there are Green P lots south of the Church off Mill Street. On Sunday mornings, street parking is free and the lot across the street costs $2
425 King Street East
(at Parliament Street)
Anniversary Sunday Picnic Lunch this coming Sunday - May 26
Pack a picnic lunch and a blanket and we'll eat together in the park after the morning service. Refreshments and some Maypole Dairy Ice Cream will be provided.
Sunday May 5, 2013 Annual Ministry Vestry Meeting
Our annual ministry vestry was on May 5th. The Full Vestry report is available for download.
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A Call to Renewal: Ministry, Mission, Community
April 29, 2012 - Official Ground Breaking for the Property Renewal Project
There was a ceremonial ground breaking ceremony marking the commencement of Little Trinity's Property Renewal Project after the morning service on April 29th. The sod was turned by a multi-generational group and a church family photograph was taken. Actual construction will begin in May.
Little Trinity is embarking on an exciting renewal of its Ministry buildings. After decades of discussion, planning, discernment and prayer, Little Trinity hopes to move forward with exciting property investments that will enrich our opportunities for ministry, mission and building community.
A Call to Renewal is our church’s campaign to raise the $3,475,000 needed to complete this project. With the generous support of members and friends of Little Trinity, we will be able to:
- Restore the historic façade from the deteriorating townhouses at 399 King Street and create a new building for ministry;
- Upgrade the child care spaces and the fellowship hall in the church; and
- Improve the grounds and parkland that connect our three-building campus.