This witness of faith by a newly retired professor of business age 80, was shared with friends and family in Christmas letter 2021. We challenge all readers to write out their walk of faith or lack thereof for your own benefit and those you care to share with.
Whether you are new to the faith or a life-long Anglican, you will be welcomed at Holy Trinity Church.
We gather in worship on Sundays at 10 am. All are welcome. You will find us a centre not only of faith and ritual, but of fellowship, commitment and service
Baptism is about belonging. Through it we become members of the church family, the body of Christ. Baptism is a sacrament, an outward and visible sign of an inward and spiritual grace given by God. In this sacrament all who are gathered have the opportunity to experience a new reality of God’s love and forgiveness freely given. We are baptized with water in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit, and are officially welcomed into the fellowship of believers, the church family.
Confirmation is a sacramental rite in which persons who have been prepared make a public affirmation of their faith and a commitment to the responsibilities of baptism and receive the laying on of hands by a bishop. At our Confirmation Service in April 2009, Bishop Robert Bennett laid hands on four adults and ten children.
Marriage: Christian marriage is sacrament: a powerful means and sign of God’s grace for God’s people and an expression of commitment between two people. Holy Trinity offers more than a building for your celebration; we offer a community of faith that can provide you with support in the Christian life.
Funeral Services: The history of Holy Trinity is one of a people with a strong desire to reach out in care and compassion to others. We consider it a privilege to help those who experience a death in their family. Funeral services may be held at a funeral chapel or at the church.