About

trinity-united-church

We are a community church in the beautiful town of Grimsby, the Gateway to Niagara. Our congregation has singles and families, young and old, about 300 households actively involved in our ministries and programs.

Purpose: Our extended family here at Trinity is a joyful and growing heart of our mission of love in Grimsby and everywhere. This love has led us and continues to lead us. This is how we share in Jesus’ ministry.   We are people just like you!

Opening Minds, Opening Hearts, Opening Doors

Link to Trinity’s Vision Statement full version:  Trinity Vision PDF

UNITED TO HELP SYRIANS

(the Refugee Sponsorship Group) has launch a website.  Please visit the site for updates, FAQ’s, and much more…   http://www.unitedtohelpsyrians.com/

 

The Art of Learning for Worship:

SCRIPTURE:  for guidance on learning to read scripture on Sunday mornings, please go to:  Worship/Scripture Readings and click on the link.

COMMUNION:  If you want more information about serving communion at Worship, please go to:  Worship/Communion and click on the link

 What to Expect


Sunday mornings you will be greeted at door and welcomed to Trinity. If you are new to Trinity, this person can help with your questions.

Each person receives a bulletin containing the service outline and church activities.

Worship begins at:      10:30 a.m. – September to end of June;

                                         9:30 a.m – July to Labour Day  (arrive at 9 a.m. to enjoy continental-style breakfast.  Come and be fed – food for your body and spiritually for your soul.

Children sit with their families for the first 10 minutes. Then they are invited to gather at the chancel steps for a story and conversation. Everyone loves to hear the enthusiasm and comments of our young folk. After the Prayer, the children go to the church school activities. There is a staffed Nursery for children under 2 years old; but if you prefer to hold your little one with you, that’s ok too.

Worship is filled with music, prayer, scripture, reflection time and offering. The service usually lasts just over an hour or so. We celebrate communion once a month.

After worship, we gather in the sanctuary for coffee, tea and juice. The children love to gather with the adults- especially love those times when we have cookies!

We are an inclusive congregation, full of life and laughter and caring.

What to Wear


Some people dress up; Some people dress down.

Whatever makes you comfortable… you will be welcomed into our community