We go into the world and love generously, live simply, and speak truthfully experiencing God's love. We invite you to discover the unique qualities of our church family. For more information, explore our Welcome Kit.
God's love includes everyone.
Trinity United Church is excited to partner with the Anishnabeg Outreach (AO), an Indigenous-led not for profit organization that provides healing support to the local Indigenous community. To learn more about AO's programs, you can visit their website http://aocan.org.
Trinity United Church resides on the treaty lands and territory of the Mississaugas of the Credit. We recognize this gathering place where we live, work and worship is home to many past, present, and future First Nations, Inuit, and Métis peoples. Our acknowledgement of the land is our declaration of our collective responsibility to this place and its peoples’ histories, rights, and presence. We support and add our collective voice to the “CALLS TO ACTION” from the Truth and Reconciliation Committee on Indian Residential School to never forget, to hold governments and colonial forces to account, to seek redress and healing for injustice.
Adapted from School of English and Theatre Studies, University of Guelph