A COMMUNITY OF HOPE
SUNDAYS (Suspended due to COVID-19)
8:30 am Chapel Service
A brief traditional service of Word and Sacrament in the Anglican tradition.
10:00 am Worship Service
Lively worship with Praise Band.
WEDNESDAYS (Suspended due to COVID-19)
9:30 am Bible Study
11:00 am Holy Communion Service (Chapel)
Trinity Anglican Church is a community of hope in the Evangelical style and Anglican tradition. It is a home to Christians, a place of learning to the seeker, and a place of hope to those in need.
Looking to the scriptures to learn of the life of Jesus, we walk in God's Spirit to meet the needs of those around us and to stand against injustice in the world.
To Be a Community of Hope
Reaching In ~ Reaching Out
To Bring Christ’s Healing to a Hurting World
Our Mission Statement
To be a welcoming community, focused on making mature disciples of Jesus Christ, who are committed to bringing Christ’s healing to a hurting world.
Rev Musa Daba and wife Levidia, daughter Jessie
It is with heavy hearts we report that we will be suspending our services and all activities at Trinity in response to COVID-19. This includes all gatherings on site at Trinity Church. This pause will be in effect until further notice. Trinity office will also be closed at this time. Our office coordinator Rachel Phillips will be available by phone 519-381-5182. Our Pastor Musa Daba is also available 519-381-0620. Rev. David Hewett is also available for any pastoral concerns 519-882-0844. Click online giving to see how you can continue your offering during this time when we are unable to meet.
Online Messages from Trinity
Trinity is in the process of locating a new Youth Leader/Coordinator. If you are interested in applying or know someone that may be qualified please review the Job Description by clicking here.
PLEASE NOTE: Because we are locating a new youth leader our selection of summer camp dates will be delayed. As soon as our dates are chosen we will be posting them on our website.