Donald Grayston

Donald Grayston, priest, teacher, contemplative-in-action, was a member of the Holy Trinity Community back in the 1970s. Don died in “retirement” in Vancouver in October after a long career as parish priest, professor, peace activist and promoter of the writings of Thomas Merton. He was a devoted friend to many, always exuding, and spreading, a […]

Lifelong member Morgan Baskin running for mayor

Morgan Baskin, who was baptised at Holy Trinity 18 years ago, has started her run for mayor of Toronto. She has attracted quite a bit of media attention. She was interviewed for the Toronto Anglican last month and shared some of her thoughts with them. “Young people bring a different and outside perspective, and we’re […]

Long standing member and activist Don Heap remembered

Don, known to the general public as Dan, and Alice were a major force in this city, country, and Holy Trinity for a very long time. We lost Alice two years ago, and yesterday, we honoured Don. Their son David announced his passing on Facebook thus: Daniel James Macdonnell Heap (aka “Don” or “Dan”, depending […]


Bracebridge 1974-Toronto 2004    Not to bother rehearsing             admission speeches for St Peter;              just exchange the usual touch    of biceps and knuckle-brush of noses     such an original rhetoric of permission  to come aboard will tickle him   no end  And do not be forgetting             your wheelchair. You might want             to dust it off and wheel it out     now and then for old times’ sake              Imagine:                            You […]