COVID-19 Response


We have returned to in-person worship again, effective October 25th. We will continue with in-person worship, barring any change in recommendations from the Province of Ontario or public health officials. 

To maintain mandatory physical distancing in the worship space, reservations are required to be made in advance for worship services. If you wish to attend in-person worship on Sunday morning, please contact the church office by the previous Tuesday. Email preferred:

We have prepared a short 5-minute video on what you can expect when returning to worship at Trinity during the Amber Stage. Click here to watch.

Worship services will still be live-streamed on Facebook at 9:30 for all those choosing to worship from home. Details for joining online worship are found here.


Please remember that Trinity relies on financial offerings to continue our ministry with as few interruptions as possible. Our regular Trinity folks are encouraged to sign up for Pre-Authorized Remittance, mail a cheque to the church, or make an in-person donation if you have pre-registered to attend on a Sunday morning.

For friends of Trinity who would also like to send an offering, donations can be made directly on our website here. Please note that all online donations made through this channel will receive a tax receipt from Canada Helps, who handles the online donation transaction on our behalf. (Trinity folks… these donations will not be duplicated on your Trinity tax receipt.)

Lenten Journey

Our Lenten journey begins at Trinity with Ash Wednesday worship on February 26th at 7:00 pm. Join us for the imposition of ashes and Holy Communion.

You are then invited to join us Evening Prayer on the Thursdays of Lent, starting March 5th. Evening Prayer is at 6:30 pm, preceded by a simple soup supper at 5:30 pm.

And, of course, you can join us on the Sunday in Lent at 9:30 am, followed by fellowship and coffee. Faith Adventures, youth programming, and adult learning also happen on most Sunday mornings.

Consider accompanying us on our Lenten journey!

“Return to the Lord, your God, for he is gracious and merciful, slow to anger, and abounding in steadfast love.”