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There was a fire that affected our offices and our phones are currently unavailable.
We hope to have phone service again by Sep 19. Please contact us by email until then.

about us

We are a community who express faith through lives of integrity, justice and compassion. We celebrate the arts, foster lay leadership, include the doubter and marginalized, and challenge oppression wherever it may be found.

A group of people march through the snow with a banner which reads "Shelter and Housing Justice Network"


Early in the pandemic Unity Kitchen launched to meet the loss of other supports. Since 1991, our Refugee Committee has brought more than 130 refugees to Canada.

The HT community has engaged in work in many different areas over our long history in this place: LGBTQ+, war resistance, housing, Toronto Homeless Memorial, hospice care, ableism, Indigenous rights and more.

A group of singers gathered on the stage at Holy Trinity for Echo Women's Choir Winter Concert Dec 2017


We have a long history of engagement in the arts. Two ongoing programs are Music Mondays and The Christmas Story. We're also home to the Echo Women's Choir.

Our windows, altar frontals, and ceiling are lasting expressions of art in this place, but we have also hosted exhibits of many kinds from single artist shows to concerts , recording sessions and book launches.

In 1977 members of Holy Trinity gather at the eastern end of the church to give thanks that it wasn't completely destroyed by fire.


We were founded in 1847 as the first "free pew" church in Toronto. In our early days we were very much part of "The Ward" and developed a thirst for justice, art and community that continues to this day

A short history of Holy Trinity from 1847 to the recent past.

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April 23 worship online only

While the church building is closed for electrical upgrades we will meet online only. Regular in person worship resumes April 30.