Tag Archives: Trinity United Church Thorold

“There’s a church in the valley …”

There’s a church in the valley by the wildwood No lovelier place in the dale No spot is so dear to my childhood As the little brown church in the vale  Oh come, come, come, come Come to the church … Continue reading

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Back inside …

What a weekend we’ve got in store! First, there’s Andrew Henderson’s benefit concert on Saturday June 6 at St Andrew’s Presbyterian Church in Thorold from 7.30 followed by a reception. For more information or tickets please contact Henderson’s Pharmacy on Front Street … Continue reading

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Upcoming

It’s that time again where we look forward to the monthly meeting of the Friends, when we can discuss goings-on and upcoming events. It’s also a time to reflect on the year that’s been. And, here, we can thank Margie Hadley … Continue reading

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Hidden Treasures!

Do you have plans for Wednesday evening? Not only will the Friends be hosting our monthly meeting at Trinity United on Pine Street in Thorold on February 25th at 7 p.m., but we’re be trying something a bit different after the business portion … Continue reading

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A dickens of a night!

Nearly 180 people filled the pews and aisles as period-costumed carolers singing “Hark! The Herald Angels Sing!” processed into Thorold’s Trinity United Church last Saturday evening. Thus, began the two-hour dramatic reading of Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol by the … Continue reading

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Hear ye, hear ye!

As all the final details of the transfer of ownership are ironed out, the Friends of Beaverdams Church are looking forward to an exciting few months of fundraising activities and further restoration efforts. First up is the second annual Trivia … Continue reading

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The Friends have it!

Following a resoundingly positive vote from the membership in favour of ownership and after ironing out some details with the City, historic Beaverdams Church is now proudly owned by the 100-odd volunteers who make up the Friends of Beaverdams Church. … Continue reading

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