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Service Times

We celebrate the Eucharist four times a week:

8am Sunday - Said Eucharist

10am Sunday - Choral Eucharist           

The fourth Sunday of the month the 10 am service is Power Point

10am Wednesday - Said Eucharist (held in the Chapel of the Good Shepherd)

5pm Saturday - Said Eucharist (held in the Chapel of the Good Shepherd) on the first and third Saturday of the month only.

 

Our History PDF Print E-mail

In the beginning there was faith.Today, faith and the Christian witness remain.


The Parish of Trinity Church, Cornwall has an impressive history dating back to 1787. Only the fourth Anglican church built in Upper Canada, the original church building opened for worship on January 26, 1806. The current church was built in memorial to the Rt. Reverend John Strachan, former Bishop of Toronto, and a former rector of Trinity. The cornerstone of “Bishop Strachan Memorial Church” was laid on June 24, 1869 and opened to worship on January 17, 1875. During the century that followed, the church was modernized, decorated and expanded, with the parish hall being completed in 1952 and renovated in 1979.

The Parish of Trinity Church, Cornwall has been for over 200 years and remains today, a centre of Anglican witness in Eastern Ontario. We aspired to be the face of Christ in the world: to love, nurture and support all of God’s children; to share what gifts we have to offer with those in want or need; and to join together in worship and common prayer.