When: Saturday, April 29 at 10:45 AM Meet: Church of the Holy Trinity, 19 Trinity Square As part of our exploration of the land we are a part of and… Read More »Walking Taddle Creek @ Church of the Holy Trinity
This dramatisation of the nativity story has been performed every December since 1938. It was first performed at St. Martin’s-in-the-fields in London and brought to Toronto complete with script and… Read More »Final four shows Thursday, Friday, Saturday!
Thursday, November 10 7:30 PM “Gently to Nagasaki— The Toronto Book Launch” at The Church of Holy Trinity (19 Trinity Sq, Toronto, ON, M5G 1B1). Free admission and open to the… Read More »“Gently to Nagasaki— The Toronto Book Launch” Thursday, Nov 10 7:30 PM
Drop by any time on Saturday May 27th from 11 AM to 3 PM or Sunday, May 28th noon to 3 PM. Experience the grandeur of our space. Listen to our… Read More »Holy Trinity Opens its Doors May 27 & 28
On behalf of survivors and allies in Remember Every Name, I want to invite you to the “Lost but not Forgotten” Memorial at the Huronia Regional Centre cemetery on Sunday… Read More »“Lost but not Forgotten” Memorial at the Huronia Regional Centre cemetery on Sunday May 8th
Feb 11 7:00 PM – Victoria Freeman speaks What does it mean to say we are “treaty people” in Toronto?
JOIN Victoria Freeman and Zachary Smith at the Church of the Holy Trinity Trinity Square, Toronto (west of the Eaton Centre) What does it mean to say we are “treaty people”… Read More »Feb 11 7:00 PM – Victoria Freeman speaks What does it mean to say we are “treaty people” in Toronto?