Sunday Worship Service starts at 10.30am.
Sunday School runs from the middle of September to the last Sunday in June. During July and August there are special children's programs taking place every Sunday.
All are welcome.
Trinity Take-Out Lobster Supper: Our annual take-out lobster supper is being held on , 2016 with pickup from . Tickets are $20 and can be purchased at our church office.
It is time to order or renew your Observer subscription for $25 per year. Contact Ellen in our office.
Camp Abby: It's not too soon to look ahead to summer days and camping! Available now are Counselor-in-Training forms and Camper Application Forms.
Go to www.campabegweit.ca
or see Melaney or Ellen for more details.
Supper Club: On 3 May 2016 the speaker will be Dr. Des Colohan. He is the current coroner for PEI, a very experienced emergency physician, and a long-time informed and entertaining commentator on the Island medical scene. His topic will be "Why the News can be Bad for your Health." Our evening will begin at 6 pm. Come along, bring a friend. Cost of the meal $10.
Weekly Noontime Bible Study every Tuesday.
Bring brown-bag lunch if desired, coffee provided. Newcomers always welcome.
The church library is open to public.
All are welcome!
Monday to Thursday 8:30 am – 9 pm.
Friday 8:30 am – 5 pm.
Sundays, 9 am – 1 pm.
Social Justice Book Club:
A finalist for all three of Canada's major literary awards and a #1 National Bestseller, "Annabel", by Kathleen Winter, is our first selection for our Social Justice book club which will meet on Thursday, 12 May 2016, at 7 pm.
"Annabel" is an unforgettable novel about one person's struggle to discover the truth in a culture that shuns contradiction.
Affirming Vision Statement (Approved by the congregation, May 24, 2015)
We, the Trinity-Clifton Christian family, believe that God has blessed us with diversity, including diversity in sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, race, age, ability and faith. We believe that Jesus challenged boundaries by reaching out to all people, welcoming and honouring all in their uniqueness.
We publicly declare our commitment to openness, growth, action and education, honouring diversity and challenging injustice in solidarity with those who experience discrimination.
We offer our resources and talents with open hands and hearts in love and service to all as we work for reconciliation and justice locally, regionally, and globally.