Community Groups

AA: Ingersoll Tuesday Night Group – They meet at 8:00 pm. 24 hour Service for District 22 and Oxford County Meeting is at 519-438-1122. Their website is:

Coats for Families: This group is run by The Kiwanis Club of Ingersoll.

Girl Guides: contact Linda Dineen 519-425-0188. Guiding is where girls shine as they take the lead and explore new challenges designed just for them – all with the support of girls and women who cheer them on every step of the way. It’s all part of the formula for empowering every girl to be everything she wants to be. Information about Girl Guide programs, registration, and current openings in a specific unit (group) can be found at Trinity United Church provides space for three Girl Guide units to meet on Monday nights from September through May.
SPARKS: for girls ages 5 and 6;
BROWNIES: for girls ages 7 and 8; and
GUIDES: for girls ages 9 to 11

Operation Sharing: Held on Tuesdays and Thursdays at Trinity from 9:00 a.m. – 12 noon. Please contact Bonnie Cannell-Eby at 226-232-4034.

Operation Sharing: Held on Tuesdays and Thursdays at Trinity from 9:00 a.m. – 12 noon. Please contact Bonnie Cannell-Eby at 226-232-4034.

Pickle Ball: Pickleball started at Trinity United Church in February of 2018 when a return trip from Florida (where this game is very popular) sparked the interest of getting friends out and enjoying this fun social activity.  Those that gather on Friday evening in the Fellowship Hall have become very dedicated to the game.  We have 18 dedicated players and several drop-in players when they can make it out.  We are a non-competitive league and don’t even keep score.  This is for fun and exercise.  We play 15 minute games on the two new courts we created when our new floor was installed. Depending on the amount of players out on any given night you will get at least 1 hour of play.  We follow the simple rules of Pickleball Canada and just try to keep it fun! This game is for all ages but we ask that you be over 16 years of age to join our league.  Cost is $10 to become a member in September and then $3 per person/night.  If you do not take out a membership you will pay the drop-in fee of $5/night/person.  Season runs from Sept – May.  Brad Coventry is the contact person:

Shuffleboard: The shuffleboard group meets every Tues. a.m. from 9:30 to 11:15. Presently there are 8 members. We play 3 games, then have a prolonged coffee and cookie break. Then play 2 more games. Cost is $1. each. We play for fun and aren’t that competitive. New members are welcome. Contact Phyllis or Doug Milne at

Yoga: Hawtha Yoga led by Cynthia Cormier

Cynthia has her bachelors of science in Kinesiology, and has over 15 years of experience as a massage therapist. She was originally drawn to yoga for stress relief and to assist in her conditioning as a runner and triathlete.Cynthia is a 200-hour Kripalu Yoga Teacher. Kripalu yoga has taught her that the practice is not only about stretching the body, but that it contains many principles applicable to the health of body, mind and spirit, not only on the mat but off. When she is not practicing yoga, you can find her at her massage therapy practice, enjoying the outdoors, traveling, and spending time with friends and loved ones. She is excited to be able to share space at Trinity United Church. Her classes are available Thursday evening at 7:30pm . Feel free to contact her with any other questions at or 519-668-9675.