The Church of the Holy Trinity is a community of people who express Christian faith through lives of integrity, justice and compassion. We foster lay leadership, include the doubter and marginalized, and challenge oppression wherever it may be found.
Holy Trinity is a unique church whose community is characterized by informality. It is a place of inclusivity, both in language and shared leadership.
We are a community of artists, activists, theologians, cooks, writers, students, queer and straight, lay people and clerics. We are part of the Diocese of Toronto in Anglican Church of Canada and celebrate its tradition. At the same time, we are unafraid to challenge what we believe to be wrong.
We are involved in and develop work in many areas from music to homelessness, lunch to refugees. Caring is given and received in an atmosphere which links faith to today’s issues. You will find information about much of this work in the menus above or in the things we post on our blog here or on our social media accounts. You’ll find us on the main platforms at @HolyTrinityTO.
At the 10:30am Sunday service, people gather around the altar where concerns, joys and sorrows are spoken and the eucharist is shared around the circle.
At 2:00pm on Sundays there is a Spanish language service which is the weekly gathering of San Esteban, a worship community who joined with us in 2007.