Frequently asked questions
When are your church services?
We worship every Sunday at 10:30am. A family-oriented gathering takes place on the last Friday of the month.
What are your worship services like?
They last about an hour, sometimes a bit longer. We blend traditional and modern worship styles, with music ranging from classic hymns to jazz and pop. See Worship Services.
Are you wheelchair-accessible?
There are designated parking spots off Park Avenue and our building is equipped with an elevator that can take you to all floors. Washrooms are also accessible
Is nursery care available?
Loving, attentive staff are available to take care of babies and toddlers. The play room is situated by the Sanctuary stairs if you prefer to come and go during the service.
What about older kids?
After the Family Time message children of all ages are invited to participate in Trinity Kids Chapel(TKC) and other fun activities.
Can I be married at Trinity?
Our facilities are inclusive to all who wish to be married. Please refer to our wedding page for more information on booking and preparations.
Can I rent your facilities?
We love sharing our building. Multi-purpose rooms are available for one-time events and for ongoing usage. Please contact the church office for information about space availability, policies and guidelines.
What can I expect in a service during my first visit?
Here's some of what you may experience on any given Sunday: We follow a formal order of service that is often informal. Usually we stand up to sing. Our music leaders and choirs treat us to a variety of musical styles. The words for hymns and prayers are projected above the choir. Some people stay in the same pew every Sunday, while others like to switch it up. We greet our neighbours by passing the Peace of Christ. Everyone enjoys seeing the children run up to the front for Family Time. We are serious yet easy to laugh. We try to use inclusive language for sermons, readings and hymns. We are always grateful to be loved by God. God is with us. We are not alone. Thanks be to God.