Find out about our past and present in the Plymouth-Trinity flyer:
As people of Plymouth-Trinity United Church we strive to
We come from diverse geographical and religious backgrounds, and many aspects of our congregational life reflect this diversity. We are bound by a strong congregational fabric and value times of fellowship.
Our worship is a mixture of contemporary and traditional styles. Music and the Children's Time are both integral parts of our services. In acknowledging our French-speaking parishioners, we offer French worship services as well as joint bilingual services.
We publish our church newsletter Update twice a year, with reports on past and future events and news about our church community. Our dedicated UCW group undertakes two major annual fundraising events and supports the congregation in many other ways.
Our building is wheelchair-accessible and has an elevator between the sanctuary and main hall.
Our members and adherents are involved in more than 30 community groups. As a Jubilee community, we encourage the purchase of local and Fair Trade Products. We engage in annual outreach products such as Lenten, fall and Christmas campaigns for local and overseas needs, as well as weekly offerings for the local food bank.
7th after Epiphany
1:00 PM (French)
10:30 AM (English)
Join us March 5th for a Mardi Gras Pancake celebration that will benefit our regional United Church Camp, United Spirit Camp Esprit Uni.
We will serve pancakes, sausages, fruit and maple syrup. Plus homemade apple sauce, coffee/tea/juice. 4 to 6 p.m. The cost is $10, students and kids 6-plus, $8.
United Spirit camp offers programming for kids and youth aged 8-17. Kids from all over Quebec and Ontario attend this camp, and enjoy a week of affordable and welcoming programming.
The mission of United Spirit is "TO CREATE A SPACE WHERE THE SPIRIT CAN ACT". Help us get more kids to camp! Our theme this year is "Radical Welcome".
The locale is Plymouth-Trinity United Church, at 380 Dufferin (corner Terrill) in Sherbrooke, free parking in the back. Please RSVP to our pancake supper by calling 819-346-6373 or email VisioningDay@Gmail.com .
The pancake supper will be followed by a brief Ash Wednesday service for those interested.
The next Youth Forum has been scheduled for April 12 to 14 in Magog.
For more info, talk to Shanna Bernier. Or check us out on Facebook!
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.