You are welcome here!

Trinity is a warm community that welcomes everyone – young and old, singles, large families, and everyone in between. We care about one another and try to show God's love to everyone whom we come in contact with. We gather each week for worship so that we can be renewed, refreshed and transformed in our daily lives, so that we can go into the world proclaiming love in God's name.

Our hope is that you’ll be able to get to know us through the website and in-person so you’ll have what you need in order to decide whether Trinity offers a community where you can plant roots.

You’re invited to get to know us in a way that makes the most sense to you. Wherever you are in the journey of life and faith, our doors are open to you.

  • What is it like?
  • What about my kids?
  • Where do I park?
  • What do I wear?
  • How can I get connected?


What is it like?

We are now holding in-person and online services every Sunday at 10am and 4pm! Please participate whichever way you feel most comfortable. 

For the meeting link, please contact the office.

What about my kids?

From September to June, we worship at a 10 am service with choir, church school and youth program for children aged roughly from 3 to 17. Families with babies and toddlers are also welcome! We have a nursery area at the back of the church with colouring materials and children’s books. We also have an unsupervised nursery downstairs with a speaker so that you can hear the service if you feel your baby or toddler needs a change of scenery.

Where do I park?

Trinity is located at 1230 Bank Street, Ottawa, ON K1S 3Y3.

There is lots of FREE three hour on-street parking available on Cameron Avenue, Harvard Avenue, Chesley Street, Wendover Avenue and Ossington Avenue. 

We are a 5 to 10 minute walk from Billings Bridge Plaza, north along Bank Street. The #6 bus stops right outside. Click here to get bus directions from OC Transpo.

What do I wear?

Wear clothes!  Please wear whatever you are comfortable in. Sometimes we dress up (Weddings, Funerals, Baptisms) and other times we keep it casual (Bible Study, Small groups, Out of the Cold Suppers, Cleaning up after an event) So, it really depends. The main thing is you show up wearing clothes. 

How can I get connected?

Great question!  Getting connected to the Trinity community is the best way to experience the Trinity community. This can be as easy as picking up the phone and calling the office or sending an email to one of the team members.