How shall we sing the Lord’s song in a strange land?  (Psalm 137:4)
That question dates from God’s people in exile in Babylon.  But the question lives on in our contemporary Canadian context.  How shall we sing the Lord’s song in the strange land of our secular society, amidst economic crises, security and environmental concerns, interfaith and international tensions? 

At Trinity, we sing the Lord’s song as we gather around Word and Sacraments.  We sing God’s praise as we bring hopes and concerns to expression.  Our worship is accompanied by organ and piano, flute and handbells, guitar and drums.  Preaching proclaims God’s grace as it bridges ancient Biblical texts to contemporary Canadian contexts. Prayers give thanks even as they bind up the broken-hearted and intercede for our wounded creation.  Bread is broken and shared in memory of the crucified and risen Christ. Follow the links here to find out more about our Music programs and our Sunday to Sunday life!