Welcome to Holy Trinity Anglican Church in the Parish of Hammond River, Quispamsis, NB! Located on the banks of the lovely Hammond River this unique Gothic design building is home base for a group of friendly and caring people dedicated to providing a helping hand to those in need far and wide. The people of Hammond River celebrated 150 years of Anglican presence in the area with year long celebrations in 2013 (1863-2013). We continue to engage in active mission activities and welcome anyone who would like to be part of this wonderful community. In 2013 we welcomed a shared ministry opportunity with a sister church, St. Augustine's Anglican Church in the Parish of Quispamsis and in 2016 welcomed a new Rector, the Reverend Michael O'Hara and his wife, Sheila.
Our vision for the future is clear - We are a community of Christians. We dedicate ourselves to serving God and each other. We vision a future of collaboration with other church communities to help lead a continued and growing worship of God and service to each other. We will do this with our hearts, our hands and our souls through a shared use of resources. We humbly as God to lead us and to make His wishes clear to us as we work to build a future for His people.
For more information contact the Parish Office at 847-0850 or Rector at 847-7281 or 424-0564.
Attention Saint John-Kennebecasis area folks!
Help is needed to put the final touches on having the Diocesan Resource Centre available for use. Over the summer months, the materials were combined with the Taylor College Library (at Threshold Ministries). The work that remains is as simple as having pairs of people working together, one person calling out information from the book and another typing it in on a computer. If you are on Facebook, then you have the computer skill needed. We will work out a time that is best for you and if we have enough volunteers the work might only take a week or two. Contact Cathy Laskey by e-mailing email@example.com or calling 459 1801 ext. 4
2nd Annual Diocesan Youth Ministries Conference, Christ Church Parish Church, Fredericton, October 1
For more information: contact firstname.lastname@example.org or check the website at www.facebook.com/YIGfton
Alzheimer's Society Memory Café is looking forward to meeting on the 2nd Sunday of every month at St Paul's Anglican Church Hall, 4 Church Ave, Rothesay. For more information, contact Melanie Saulnier at 634-8722
A Girl’s Day Out. A Ladies Shopping Event you will not want to miss. Get your Christmas shopping started here! St. Luke's Church Hall, 12 Quispamsis Rd on October 1 from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Admission is free but a donation to the KV Food Basket would be greatly appreciated. ie There will be tickets sold on a gift basket full of items from the various vendors as well, many vendors will be having draws At Their tables. Funds raised by St. Luke's will be put towards their church ministries.
Tracy Friars & Family Celebration: Imperial Theatre - November 28th. Tickets go on sale Monday, September 19th. Tickets are $20. with a limit of 10 tickets per person. All proceeds go to support the Sophia Recovery Centre.
Rector: Reverend Michael O'Hara, 847-7281 or 424-0564
Parish Administrator: Brenda Rhyno, 847-0850 or 849-3453 (office) e-mail: ParishofHammondRiver@bellaliant.com
Warden: Darlene Cannell, 849-0229 or email@example.com
Warden: Rick Floyd, 943-1088 or RickFloyd5@gmail.com
Mission & Events Chair: Cleo Cyr, 847-0116 or 647-8170, firstname.lastname@example.org
Happenings Newsletters: Margo Mapplebeck 849-4415 or email@example.com
Offering envelopes /e-offering: Jean Magee 847-5755
SAINT JOHN ROMERO HOUSE MISSION: If you are interested in learning more about working together to provide one meal a month to Romero House as part of our outreach mission, please contact 847-0116 or firstname.lastname@example.org. The Romero House Soup Fridays are held the fourth Friday of each month.
HOLY TRINITY PRAYER BOX: You are invited to place the first name (or initials) of someone you feel needs prayer in the Parish Prayer Box in the Narthex and, if you wish, take out a name and offer prayer for that person during the next week.
FOOD BANK SUNDAY: Is held the final Sunday of each month.
BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION SUNDAY: Is held the final Sunday of each month.
Ragdoll Prayer Project: A Ragdoll Prayer workshop to raise awareness about human trafficking as highlighted in Diocesan e-news at http://anglican.nb.ca/wp/enews/2016/04/26/the-doll-with-no-face/ will be held at Holy Trinity Anglican Church 2 Hammond River Rd, Quispamsis on Saturday, October 1 - 9:00 am - 12:00 pm. The workshop is given by the Rev. Deacon Eddie Quann and his wife Gina as part of their ministry. Registration is required as there is a limit to the number of people Eddie and Gina can accommodate. All supplies and lunch are provided. There is no fee to attend. Please notify Cleo Cyr at 647-8170 or email at email@example.com if you want more information or wish to attend.
“CROCK POT SUNDAY” AT HOLY TRINITY: Sunday, October 16th following the 9 am service. Bring along a friend and your favorite pot luck dish for a gathering celebrating our community.
Join us on Sunday, October 23 at 5:00 p.m. for an informal "Pasta and Pesto" Worship Service: Music and prayer followed by supper.