A welcoming, caring family of faith

Trinity United is a dynamic and welcoming congregation located in the north-east end of Guelph. Established in 1956, Trinity has had much to offer the community over these past 61 years. In keeping with United Church tradition, we seek to be an open, welcoming and inclusive faith community. We are committed to providing a variety of worship opportunities, Christian Education, groups and programming geared to all ages.

We invite you to discover the unique qualities of our church family.

God's love includes everyone.


Worship Services

Sundays at 10:00 am

A family-oriented service of worship in a casual atmosphere with Sunday School and Nursery available

Sundays at 9:00 am

First and third Sunday of the month
Quiet, reflective service with communion in the Norfolk Room


Rev. John Benham and Rev. Gaylyn McLean

Latest News

Summer Student Jobs

Trinity is seeking two summer students to support our July and August camps. Apply to Trinity by May 7th and interviews will begin that week. For more information contact JoAnne Angle at jbangle@bell.net.

Rev Kyle Benger coming to Trinity on June 10

On July 1st 2014, after some 20 years of ministry in The United Church of Canada, Kyle and his wife Shelley, left Ontario setting out on an adventure that might just take them sailing around the world. They embarked on a mission that they hoped would change many places in our world.

Compassion and the Power of Dying Well

Rev David Maginley, a spiritual counsellor at the QEII Health Sciences Centre in Halifax, spoke about 'Compassion and the Power of Dying Well' on October 16. David has survived cancer four times, resulting in a profound near-death experience and explorations in the nature of consciousness and the connection of body, mind and spirit. He knows what it’s like to have cancer from both sides of the hospital bed, and has a sense of this life from both sides of the veil.

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We gather together for our meetings as individual women, and by the end of the evening, we leave our group feeling strong, refreshed, empowered, and proud to have come together as Trinity Women.

- Janice W

Trinity has THE best Christmas Bazaar in the area

- Susan T

Please pass on to the Trinity Prayer Shawl group, my many thanks for the warm snuggly shawl they worked so hard to make. I appreciate your thinking of me at this time.

- Betty G

I felt loved and cared about at Trinity! And so excited someone cared enough about me to pay for the cake I won in the Silent Auction.

- W. D. (age 12)

If all churches were like this, more people would attend.

- Christine C

I was a broken, lost man. It is Trinity -- its leaders, its choir, its congregation -- that made me feel less alone.

- S. F.