Trinity United church is an inter-generational, community-based church located in Cannington, Ontario.
We welcome people of all ages at Trinity. Our services are designed so that anyone of any age can participate. As well many of our programs are multi-aged ie Sunday Morning Children’s classes, dramas, handbell groups.
We seek to serve our community, Cannington. We regularly open our doors for community events, and groups’ use of building, and try to participate fully in our community. Trinity is pleased to offer its newly renovated presentation space in the sanctuary as well as the lower hall with newly fitted kitchen for free use by non-profit groups and organizations; and by suggested donation for businesses and for-profit groups.
Trinity Cannington is dedicated to providing opportunities to engage with and serve our local community.
Currently, we offer the following annual community event suitable for all ages for fellowship, entertainment, and to highlight skills and talents found locally:
“Swing Into Spring” – usually held the last Sunday of April; a continuously served dinner from 5-7 pm, local artisans’ displays, guest concert performer at 7 pm. Proceeds to the Mission & Service Fund of the United Church of Canada.
We are a local expression of the worldwide community of people who follow Christ. Within that, we are a part of the United Church of Canada.
Our Board comprises volunteer men and women who are a part of our congregation. These people provide us with leadership, helping us stay true to our vision and mission as a church.
This group of volunteers, with five areas of interest (Worship, Christian Education, Outreach, Congregational Life, Finance & Property), meet on the second Thursday of the month (excluding July/August) at 7 pm for committees and 7:30 pm for whole board to address and attend to the many diversities and responsibilities of a community of faith. Contact is Chairperson of Board.
Meet Our Ministry Personnel
We offer a warm welcome to Daniel MacDonald who joins us at Trinity at 60% time for a two year student minister internship as a final requirement for ordination (Sept 1, 2017 – Aug 30, 2019). Daniel is a Masters of Divinity graduate from the Atlantic School of Theology in Halifax and originally from Kingston ON. We look forward to his leadership and partnership through ministry in our community.
Did you know that Trinity’s history goes back to 1828, one year after Cannington was settled? Check out the interesting facts and feelings, from research and voices of past congregants, combined in “The History of Trinity United Church 1895-1995” booklet. Copy available for borrowing from the office.