Recorded Webcasts
Worship Service -- February 28, 2010

Click the "read more" button to see this Special Service with Sermon by ABC District President Don Schiemann on the Closing Day of the 2010 Winter Olympics.

Recorded Concerts, Worship Services & Presentations

Following are recorded webcasts.  

Sarah Wemyss: Feb 26

Because of multiple recordings (and an explanation why!), please click here to listen to portions of Sarah's Concert.


Kelti Malone & Mark Washington: Feb 25

Two beautiful voices! Two completely different presentations! Kelti sings a series of lovely ballads, while Mark speaks about "Going for Gold – once you win the prize, is that all there is?" Both point to God's love and life as a Christian!


Timing Points (times at which each section starts)

00:00 Introduction of Kelti Malone by DPS Don Hindle
01:00 Kelti Malone sings...  
01:24 My Heart;
Even When The Day Has Hardened;
I'll Be Still;
I Will Love Thee (Psalm 18);
Song of Solomon;
I've Come To Gaze Upon The King;
Swing Song;
In This Place;
39:20 Introduction of Mark Washington
40:10 Mark Washington speaks about "Once you win the prize, is that all there is?"
68:00 Kelti is back...  
69:15 Come;
73:10 Dance;
78:02 More;
82:29 Forever;
86:04 To Your Glory;
90:34 I'm Going To Get There
94:20 Closing Comments



Lenten Worship Service: Feb 24

 Rev Dr Steven Harold


Timing Points (times at which each section starts)

00:15 Greetings and Opening Comments
01:47 Invocation
01:57 Opening Hymn: "Christ, the Life of All the Living"  LSB 420
08:18 Vespers   LSB page 229
10:00 Psalm 42
12:27 Hymn: "In the Cross of Christ I Glory"  LSB 427
15:10 Scripture Reading: 1 Corinthians 9:23-27     (Paul compares the Christian's life to the running of the marathon in the Olympics of his day.)
16:56 Sermon: "In Training"
31:50 Offering
33:44 Offering Prayer
34:20 Prayer Requests
39:02 Prayers & Lord's Prayer  (Note: Webcast is missing 41 seconds at the 40:35 mark. Complete prayers on CD recording in church office.)
42:15 Benediction
42:44 Closing Hymn: "Now the Light Has Gone Away"  LSB 887


Sunday Morning Worship: Feb 21

Liturgy led by Rev Dr Steven Harold.  
Sermon by Lutheran Church Canada President Rev Robert Bugbee.

Today's Worship Bulletin.   Today's Sermon Outline.


Timing Points (times at which each section starts)

00:33 Pre-Service Music led by InChrist: "Now is the Time for Worship!"
04:40 Welcome
07:15 Opening Hymn: "A Mighty Fortress is Our God"  LSB 657
11:02 Invocation
11:18 Confession and Absolution
13:35 Luther's Small Catechism on "Confession"
14:39 Old Testament Reading: Deuteronomy 26:1-11
(First fruits shall be given at the end of the journey.)
17:08 Epistle Reading: Romans 10:8b-13 (The Word is near you.)
19:05 Choir: "Since Jesus Came Into My Heart"
22:20 Gospel Reading: Luke 4:1-13 (Jesus defeats the devil in the wilderness.)
24:24 Nicene Creed
26:10 Children's Message
30:34 Sermon Hymn: "In Christ Alone" led by InChrist.
35:00 Sermon: "Oh Tempted Jesus, Save Me When I'm Tempted"
Based on Matthew 4:1-11
Guest Preacher: Rev Robert Bugbee, President of Lutheran Church Canada
(Note: first 35 seconds of Rev Bugbee's presentation not recorded... basically the start of the reading for Matthew 4:1-11) 
58:09 Offering
61:35 Prayers
65:28 Institution of Holy Communion
67:13 Communion Hymn 1: "O Jesus, Blessed Lord, to Thee" LSB 632
69:20 Communion Hymn 2: "Just As I Am" LSB 570
74:15 Communion Hymn 3: "Jesus, Thy Blood and Righteousness" LSB 563
78:26 Communion Hymn 4: "O Lord, We Praise Thee" LSB 617
84:30 Benediction
85:00 Announcements:
Comments about Hockey Games on Big Screen and next week's guest preacher: Rev Don Schiemann, President of ABC District of Lutheran Church Canada.
Olympic Outreach Updates and information about Fusion International 
94:50 Closing Hymn: "Jesus, Lead Thou On" LSB 718


Gene Murphy & The Knitting Club: Feb 20

Shake, Rattle and Roll!  The loudest event ever to take place at Trinity.  Shook the church right to the foundations.  Even the parking lot attendants outside enjoyed the show.  The band plays Christian Country/Blues Rock music and had the entire audience moving to the music.  Many smiling and happy faces during and after the concert.  For more information about the band, please visit their website.  For lyrics to some of the music please click here.  (Both of these links will open a new browser page so you don't lose the video by clicking on the links.)  


Timing Points (times at which each section starts)
Asterisk "*" at end of song title indicates words to lyrics may be viewed here.

---- Introduction (not recorded)
00:00 Tune-up
01:42 Welcome
03:09 Unknown Song Title (The River of the Lord... Forgive me and I thank you for your love to me)
07:15 Bound for Glory *
14:05 Take My Chances *
19:00 Travellers on the Black Line *
24:47 Heaven Must be Beautiful *
31:20 The Man God Loves *
37:40 Road Trip
43:25 I Receive *
49:27 (20 minute intermission)
70:59 (Unknown Song Title)
76:00 Tear Down The Walls
80:45 What Kind of Love? (The Love Jesus Christ Gives Us!)
86:44 (Unknown Song Title) (Red Red Rose)
90:00 I'm Gonna Love You to Heaven *
96:56 Sugarline Song (cut short and restart later)
98:13 Sugarline Song (full version)
101:50 Make Me Grateful *
108:37 (Unknown Song Title)
111:58 (Unknown Song Title) ("Who says...")
115:57 Pour Some Wine
120:50 (Unknown Song Title) ("Help me forgive this man... Jesus forgive this man")
125:27 Thank you!


Mount Royal Concert: Feb 18

A musical concert by the students of Mount Royal Music Conservatory. The conservatory is a tenant of Trinity Lutheran Church and use the upstairs Sunday School rooms for music lessons during the week.  This concert was 1-1/2 hours long.  Unfortunately, the recording service automatically timed out 55 minutes into the concert and we were unable to record some of the best parts of the concert, including the Lee family, a number of Big Band pieces and a musical tribute finalé to our pastor: "When the Saints Go Marching In".



Ash Wednesday Service: Feb 17

Ash Wednesday Service: Liturgy by Rev Dr Steven Harold.  Sermon by Rev Dr Glenn Schaeffer.


Timing Points (times at which each section starts)

00:20 Introduction to Ash Wednesday
03:10 Psalm 51:1-15 (read responsively by the half verse)
05:03 Confession of Sins
07:55 Hymn: "Lamb of God" LSB 550
11:17 Imposition of Ashes: Ashes symbolize our frailty and repentance. When marked upon the forehead in the sign of the cross, the ashes mark us as cleansed and renewed through the suffering and death of our Lord. Those who desire to receive ashes may come forward before the altar. The Pastor applies ashes to the forehead of each person with the words: "Remember that you are dust, and to dust you shall return."
18:25 First Reading: Joel 2:12-19 (Return to the Lord, your God)
20:30 Second Reading: 1 John 1:8-9 (Repentance brings forgiveness)
21:06 Gospel Reading: Luke 22:54-62 (Peter denies Jesus)
23:00 Sermon Hymn: "In the Cross of Christ I Glory" LSB 427
25:27 Sermon: "The Podium Moment" based on 2 Timothy 4:6-8 and Revelation 7:9-17
by Rev. Dr. Glenn Schaeffer
47:01 Thank you to Dr Schaeffer and our giving thanks to God for His many blessings by worshipping Him through His offering
49:24 Prayers and Lord's Prayer
51:39 Benediction
51:50 Closing Hymn: "All Praise to Thee, My God, This Night" LSB 883


Prayer Service: Feb 17

Prayer Service with Rev. Dr. Steven Harold



Clown Service: Feb 16

Apologies for the very poor sound quality on the Clown Service, Feb 16.  We were unable to monitor the audio during the service and for the first 7-1/2 minutes the sound is terrible, and for the remaining 45 minutes it is better. Most of the service (except for the sermon) is done in MIME with CD background music. Watch and enjoy!  All elements of traditional church liturgies are present in the clown service.  The sermon is entitled "The Boy and His Boat".  (The sound at the beginning of the sermon is very faint. If you would like to hear and see the sermon in full, please click here.)


Explanation of Christian Clowning: Clowning has its roots in the Church of the middle ages (around 1200 A.D.) when many people could not read or write. Clown/mimes would act out the great stories of the Bible. At this time stain glass windows were invented to tell the stories of our Faith. Clowning left the Church and then became more known in circuses and street performances. In the early 1960’s, a Lutheran Pastor named Floyd Shaffer brought clowning back into the Church. Christian clowns lead worship, visit in nursing homes and hospitals, and perform dramas with a biblical message. The “white face” represents death and the bright colours represent resurrection joy. Pastor Harold has had his alter ego Isaac since 1979. Isaac is a Hebrew word for Laughter.


Prayer Service: Feb 16

Prayer Service with Rev. S. Schelp.



 Sunday Worship
NOTE: In-Person Worship Services have resumed. 
All may attend. 
Masks are optional but please respect the space of others.

Worship in Mandarin
with Pastor Zhang
Sundays at 9:30am

Worship in English
with Pastor Harold
Sundays at 11:00am

Bible Classes  (more info)

Everyone Welcome!

PLEASE NOTE:  Classes below are offered as we gradually re-open during COVID-19. ESL Bible class & Thursday Parent & Toddlers Play Group will resume at a later date.
Most classes operate September to June.

Sundays at 9:30am
  Sunday School
  Youth Bible Class (English)
  Adult Bible Class (English) 
Sundays – 11:15am
  Adult Bible Class (Mandarin)

Wednesdays – 10:00am
  Adult Bible Class (English)

Thursdays – 7:00pm
  Adult Bible Class (English)

Fridays at 2:20pm 
  Bible Study (Mandarin)

Pastor Steven Harold
Senior Pastor

Pastor Wayne Zhang
Associate Pastor

Adrianna Blitterswyk
Youth Director

A member congregation of
Lutheran Church - Canada