Sunday Worship Service starts at 10.30am.
There will be a Summer School program from June 3, 2016 until .
This , is an intergenerational worship centred on the School closing followed by a picnic on the church lawn. All are welcome.
Reserve , at for a public presentation given by Reg Porter, PEI noted historian, on the amazing architecture of Trinity United Church, 220 Richmond Street, Charlottetown, PEI. This event will begin at Refreshments and time of fellowship to follow. This promises to be an enlightening and entertaining talk. This church was one of three public buildings when the fathers of Confederation met in Charlottetown in 1864 and it’s little known features are unique and beautiful. Enter by Prince St. or Richmond St. The Richmond St. entrance is wheelchair accessible.
Our JNAC Report can be found here: JNAC Report 2016
Affirming Vision Statement (Approved by the congregation, May 24, 2015)
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.