The Chalmers’ Building at the southwest corner of 12th Avenue and Hemlock (1440 West 12th Ave.)also known as Holy Trinity, Anglican Church is celebrating 100 years as a landmark in the South Granville neighbourhood. The Holy Trinity community invites you to come mark this centennial with a week of special events and activites. The indoor swimming pool may be long gone, but there are many scheduled activities to enjoy. Or, why not come and explore the heritage building yourself during Building Open House, 10am-3pm on Saturday, October 15th? All are welcome to celebrate the centennial but all are welcome to share and participate in worship or Holy Trinity's other offerings any week.
The first event in the week long celebration of Holy Trinity's Centennial - Celebrate a South Granville Landmark will be a concert October 12th at 7:30pm by Martyn Joseph, acclaimed singer-songwriter with guest Stewart Henderson in support of World Vision Canada. Click the link to enjoy a song by Martyn Joseph.
- The second event, October 13th at 7:30pm is, Testament of a Naked Man. The Reverend Angus Stuart presents a dramatic performance of Mark's Gospel.
- The third event, October 14th, 7:30pm is Organ Blaster an organ recital by Holy Trinity's Organist, Michael Dirk. This performance will include a Charlie Chaplin movie and Michael will provide the background score just like the movie houses of the early 20th Century.
The Open House takes place on October 15th and then Celebration Communion at 10:30am on Sunday October 16th and the week wraps up with a 1911 Festal Evensong at 7pm that evening.