“Trinity United Church is a Christian community that explores and shares its faith in open minded dialogue.  Living out the love of God and the teachings of Jesus Christ, we grow spiritually as we connect with, inspire and serve our community and beyond.”

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Latest News & Events

We’re Back!

Sunday School starts Sept 9th.  Rev Christopher is back from holidays.  Trinity in Tuesday starts Sept 4th.  Office hours are back to normal, Monday to Thursday 9:00 am to 3:00 pm.  Our Facebook is always active… check it out!

We look forward to seeing everyone back to Church after the summer holidays and ready to get back into Connecting, Inspiring and Serving our Community and Beyond.

Join us on Sunday, September 16, 2018 for Battle of Britain Sunday.

We will welcome the presence of 585 Rideau Squadron Royal Canadian Air Cadets, 443 (Rideau) Wing Royal Canadian Air Force Association, Royal Canadian Legion, Branch 95 and RCAF Veterans.

Churchill and Hitler both understood the power of words and were formidable orators. Hitler used words to mobilize hatred. Churchill inspired courage to resist, and defeat the insanity that raced across Europe. We are reminded in this and in the Bible that words are powerful and can be used for good or ill. We should employ them carefully.

Apples Pies by Trinity Cooks

Available the weeks of 24 September and 1 October. Help is always appreciated. There are a variety of table and kitchen tasks and workers that make this week an excellent time of Fellowship.

Order forms are at the literature display and in the office. For information, call Marguerite (283-7438), Elizabeth (283-3274), Linda (283-2728).

Rideau Trail – Tip to Tail / Let the Adventure Begin

Autumn is approaching and the weather is more suited to enjoy the trail. Insects and heat-stroke are less a worry. Our hope is to get out five times before the snow flies.

Saturday the 22nd looks like a reasonable start. It would be helpful if hikers were able to meet prior to consider logistical and hiking requirements, and review the route.

So let us meet on:
• Tuesday evening, 18 September at 7:00 pm at Trinity United Church to plan
• Saturday morning, 22 September to hike

o depart Smiths Falls for Kingston 9:00 am
o assemble 10:00 am at the head of the Trail in Kingston – City Hall
o traverse 15 km
o arrive at end point NLT 3:00 pm.
o anticipated arrival at Trinity 4:00 pm

The above outline is notional. Planning and practice will show us what is reasonable and accurate. Since the first leg is largely urban or developed, it will be a safe shakeout with unlimited off-ramps, if necessary. We should plan and pack, however, as per isolated portions of the Trail.

Some of the local Venturers and Scouts may join us and give hiking and planning advice as part of their community engagement.

Consider joining us for any and/or all of these services: