The Reverend Dr. John Moses

On June 1, 2023 John commenced a three year appointment as full time Minister.

Rev. John has been a United Church minister for approximately 45 years. He served at Trinity-Clifton from 2007 to 2015, when he moved to Aylesford United, N. S. He retired in 2018 and remained at Aylesford United as retired supply until accepting the appointment to Trinity-Clifton.


Donald Fraser – Organist and Choir Director

Donald Fraser studied at Mount Allison University with Dr. Willis Noble and received the M.Mus. degree in organ performance and literature from the University of Toronto where he studied with Douglas Bodle. He has performed recitals in Toronto and the Maritimes, and is a past winner of the CFMT Young Artist of the Year competition. In 1991 he was appointed Director of Music at The Confederation Centre of the Arts where he conducts the Confederation Singers and the Confederation Centre Youth Chorus in a series of concerts for the Island audience. He began playing at Trinity United in 1979 as summer relief organist and in 1992 became organist and choir director. Don also has had a 30 year career as a music director at the Charlottetown Festival and conducted tours of Anne Green Gables in Canada, the USA, and Japan. Also a freelance orchestrator, his orchestrations have been featured in concerts with Tommy Makem, Evans and Doherty, Vishten, Bette MacDonald, Matt Mays, and the Barra MacNeils with Symphony Nova Scotia and the Winnipeg Symphony.


Rev. Doreen Bird-Daley  Office Administrator (leave replacement)

Doreen is a retired United Church minister with a long history with Trinity-Clifton.  Doreen was the former office administrator at Trinity-Clifton before being sponsored by the community of faith as a candidate for ministry.  Doreen has faithfully served many communities of faith both before and after her retirement from full time ministry.

Hannah MacDonald – Office Administrator (on leave)

Hannah has a customer service-based background and has completed the Administrative Assistant Program at Holland College.


Andy Gagnon – Custodian

Born in 1966 in Ottawa to a military family so I moved a lot. I call Saskatoon, Saskatchewan my home town as it is the place I spent that is the most memorable time in my childhood. I have spent most my adult life moving and working in military, construction and IT. While this is a new career path for me I am very excited to work in an incredible church and with amazing people.