Welcome to Trinity!

We invite you to worship with us!
9:30 am German Service
11 am English Service


Please see our Calendar or an updated list of special events. Here are a few to which you are also invited . . .

Wednesday, March 14, 7 PM
Lenten Evening Service, continues every Wednesday till just before Easter

Sunday, March 15, 12:15 PM
German Lenten Service, continues every Thursday till just before Easter

Sunday, March 18, 12:15 PM
Church meeting and hotdogs at 12, Ice skating adventures at Hawrelak Park at 2 pm!

Sunday, March 25, 12:15 PM
“Lunch in Jerusalem” after the English Service, all are welcome for a New Testament era meal!

Thursday, March 29, 6 PM
Maundy Thursday Service with meal. All are welcome!

Friday, March 30, Good Friday
10 AM German Worship Service
3 PM English Worship Service

Saturday, March 31, Holy Saturday
7 PM Easter Vigil (led by the Youth)

Sunday, April 1, Easter Sunday
7 AM Sonrise Service
8 AM Easter Breakfast
9:30 AM German Worship Service with Holy Communion
10 AM Easter Breakfast continues
11 AM English Worship Service with Holy Communion


Sunday, January 21, 12:30 PM
We gathered to share questions and answers about the Interfaith Worship Service that took place on Sunday, October 29th at Trinity and how to go from there. David Goa, former Director of the Chester Ronning Centre for the study of religious and public life, lead the conversation.

Friday, January 19th, 2017, 7 PM
Celebration of Christian Unity
Célébration pour l’Unité Chrétienne

We held the second annual Ecumenical Bonfire involving members of Holy Trinity Church (10037 – 84 Ave ) and St. Thomas d’Aquin Church (8410 – 89th St.)

Confirmation Service on All Saints Sunday November 5, 2017

On this day seven of our young people declared for themselves that they will live out their promises made for them by their parents and sponsors in their baptism. They also made that a statement of faith in the hope and trust that God will continue to lead and guide them in all the aspects of their lives now and in the future.

Celebrating the Reformation in our Worship Services on Sunday October 22, 2017

With Dr. Gordon Jensen from the Lutheran Theological Seminary in Saskatoon

Medieval Feast on Saturday, October 21, 2017


Prayers for Peace

Prayers for Peace have resumed and will continue every Wednesday to November 15, from 12:15 to 12:45 PM. The event takes place in the Sanctuary. Both personal prayers and prayers for the world are spoken. However, you do not need to verbalize a prayer, your presence in the group is a prayer in itself. And the Prayers do HELP, this is why we are continuing practice. Peace be with you. For more information, please contact church office.

December 15 – New Issue of the Team is available

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Continuing on from our Reformation Challenge

We had committed to reading the Bible every day from October 31, 2016 to October 31, 2017. Learn more about it here.

We are sponsoring Syrian refugees

In Syria, over 250,000 people have been killed, 12,000 of them children, millions are in refugee camps without access to healthcare, education, or proper sanitation. What can anyone do in the face of such suffering? Mother Teresa said:

“I never look at the masses as my responsibility…I can love only one person at a time…feed one person at a time. Just one, one, one…”

At Trinity Lutheran Church we want to help and so will start by sponsoring one Syrian refugee family to come to Canada. We will be responsible for providing half the funds necessary to support them for one year (the other half will be provided by government funding). In addition, we will help them find a home, provide furnishings, clothing and other basic material needs and identify resources to support them as they settle into this community (i.e., family doctor, school, English lessons). We look forward to the opportunity to generously love our brothers and sisters from across the globe and invite anyone else that feels called to help as well. Donations can be made to “Trinity Lutheran Church Refugee Sponsorship Fund” and 100% of the money will be used to help resettle this family. Gift cards are also available if you would like to make a donation in the name of someone else as a gift.

For more information please contact the church office.