Plymouth-Trinity United Church (Sherbrooke, Que.)

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Plymouth-Trinity United Church (Sherbrooke, Que.)

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The Plymouth-Trinity United Church in Sherbrooke was established in 1971 through the amalgamation of Plymouth United Church and Trinity United Church. Prior to its formation, these churches functioned as separate entities. Plymouth-Trinity United Church is governed in a manner in keeping with the United Church of Canada Manual even though it adapted the organizational structure to its needs in 1975. Since then, the Church is governed by a Church Council and four commissions which act in an advisory and executive capacity. The commissions are: Worship and Pastoral Oversight, Finance and Stewardship, Property and Maintenance, and Education and Outreach. These duties were once the responsibility of various church boards (Board of Trustees, Official Board, Joint Board, Session, Board of Stewards, Congregation) and committees. Societies and organizations for children, women and men have also been formed. Plymouth-Trinity United Church is part of the Quebec-Sherbrooke Presbytery of the Montreal\Ottawa Conference of the United Church of Canada.

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