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Plymouth-Trinity United Church
Église Unie Plymouth-Trinity

380 Dufferin
Sherbrooke, QC, Canada
J1H 4M7

Minister: The Rev. Samuel V. Dansokho

Welcome / Bienvenue

A warm welcome to all who are worshipping with us, whether you are a visitor or "back home" for a while.

Sunday Worship: 10:30 AM - Followed by Coffee Hour
Everyone is Welcome!

Culte du dimanche: 9 h 00 (français), 10 h 30 (anglais) - Suivi par café
Tout le monde est le bienvenu!
Il y a des Bibles en français disponibles sur la table à l'entrée pour ceux qui en désirent.

Plymouth-Trinity United Church at sunrise

Photo: Marie France Boisvert


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Next Sunday

March 26, 2017

Fourth in Lent

Super Sunday!
Bilingual service at 10:30 with Sunday School and Holy Communion followed by a M&S Luncheon.
Welcome to all!

Super dimanche!
Service bilingue à 10 h 30 avec École du dimanche et Communion, suivi par un dîner communautaire M&S.
Bienvenue à tout le monde!


News & Events

March 22, 7 p.m. – second coming of Vicky Boldo

After the meaningful gathering of Ash Wednesday, Vicky has been invited to return and keep the conversation going. This time she will take us deeper with the blankets exercise. What follows is Vicky’s description of the blankets exercise. This one-hour participatory workshop will help participants understand how colonization of the land we now know as Canada has impacted the people who lived here long before settlers arrived. Through this exercise, participants will explore the nation-to- nation relationship between Indigenous and non-Indigenous peoples in Canada, how this relationship has been damaged over the years, and how they can work toward reconciliation.

These blankets represent the land in northern part of Turtle Island, or what we now know as Canada, before the arrival of Europeans.

Children at P-T

Join us at Plymouth-Trinity for a family-friendly worship experience. We have a children's corner in the sanctuary with craft supplies and helpful volunteers. Some Sundays there is also a 30-minute children's programme during worship-time for kids of all ages.

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