1926 April 4, Easter Day – The new brick Trinity Church building opened, with Bishop John Charles Roper as celebrant. The original building was disassembled, moved and reassembled in the village of Sawmill Creek (now Alta Vista), becoming the mission Church of St. Thomas the Apostle. The original cornerstone of Trinity Church, marked with the date of 1876 was reversed, and re-laid at St. Thomas by the Bishop with a new inscription, “St. Thomas 1927” facing outwards.
1947 March 19, Ash Wednesday – a fire devastated Trinity. The Reverend Adrian Bender and Mrs. Charles Paynter were trapped in the Vestry, but rescued by firemen.
1948 September 29 – Repaired and rebuilt with fireproof materials, the church was re-opened.
1963 May 23 – Trinity’s Casavant Brothers pipe organ was dedicated by Bishop Reed.
1981 – Jackie Johnston becomes Trinity’s first woman Warden.
Main Source: Adelaide B. Morgan and Herbert E. Gladish, Reflections on the Past and Present of Trinity Anglican Church (1999).