Service Times

We celebrate the Eucharist three 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)



Our Mission and Outreach PDF Print E-mail

Trinity's Mission Statement is:

As shepherds of God's love, and exemplary stewards of our Parish, we celebrate the Gospel, bring a message of hope to people of faith and those seeking faith, and serve the community as partners.


Trinity's Vision Statement is:

A familiar landmark in Cornwall and area, Trinity Church is an open, welcoming and integral part of the life of the community. With care and reverence, Trinity Anglicans convey a message that is meaningful to them, one that is known beyond its exterior walls. Guided by the Marks of Mission in fellowship, Trinity people engage the community in a spirit of mutual support and thanksgiving.



Anglican Church Women (ACW). An integral part of Trinity, our ACW is comprised of a group of dedicated and caring women who offer their time and talents in service of this parish and the community of Cornwall. The women continue to hold a rummage sale twice a year, a Spring Luncheon and a Fall Fair which earn great support within the parish and community. They support Trinity’s Food Cupboard, Bales for the North, Baldwin House and collect postage stamps, eyeglasses and Campbell Soup labels. Their outreach extends to Mary Sherwood’s mission in Madagascar, Kathy Langston’s mission to abandoned children, and international relief efforts. Donations are also made to the Primate's World Relief and Development Fund (PWRDF) with special designation made for use in Canada's North.


Trinity Church has been operating a Food Cupboard for over two decades in an effort to serve those in our community who struggle to make ends meet. The Cupboard is open the last two weeks of each month (or last three if there are five weeks in a month). The number of people being served at the Cupboard has increased in recent years, with over 825 bags of food being distributed in 2010. Donations of money or food (canned meats or tuna, beans, vegetables, soups, peanut butter, instant coffee, and instant oatmeal in the individual packages) are always need, encouraged and appreciated.