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.

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DiverseCity Sunday Service


To help celebrate the DiverseCity Multicultural Festival on Sunday, June 23rd, Trinity United Church will theme our weekly Sunday worship service:  Healing our Beautiful and Broken World Together. We will welcome the Mi’kmaq Heritage Actors; special music by soloist, Samel Sunil; and a message from Dr. Sobia Ali-Faisal, from the Faculty of Psychology at the University of PEI. A special blessing/dedication of a unique parament, created for our sanctuary, will also be included. We invite all members of our congregation and friends to join us for this beautiful celebration in praise of Diversity.

Affirm United (AUSE) Year in Review 2018

Affirming Ministries work to offer the full inclusion of people of all gender variations and sexual orientations. As an Affirming Ministry, Trinity-Clifton is one of over 340 ministries in total in the United Church…and another 150 ministries are in the Affirming process!!

Some of the highlights of the 2018 year are available by visiting: www.ause.ca

Trinity-Clifton Newsletter April 2019

April 2019 Newsletter: Communications Committee is pleased to announce that the April 2019 issue is published and available on the website. A limited number of print copies are available, so please let the office know if you prefer to receive a print copy. Thanks to everyone who contributed to this issue!