About Us

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Welcome to Holy Trinity Kitchener

We are an Anglican church community dedicated to expressing God's love for the world.

Everyone is welcome to attend our services, regardless of faith tradition. If you are considering a visit to Holy Trinity, we invite you to view our Sunday Services section for information about service times and what our public worship looks like.

Wherever you are on your faith journey, a warm welcome awaits you at Holy Trinity, Kitchener!

Our worship services are fully accessible by a ramp and two-stage lift which provides full access to our building.

We also have a hearing loop system in our church sound system for those with hearing difficulties.

Wheelchair accessible Audio-loop enabled More Hearing Loop Information
Father Joel Steiner
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What you can expect at a typical Sunday service

You’ll be greeted as you come in and no previous experience is necessary.

The 11:00am service is projected entirely on the screens, simply find a comfortable seat and follow along.

Don’t worry if you don’t know exactly when you need to stand or sit (it isn’t really that important) and only join in when you feel comfortable.

We use a mix of traditional and contemporary music with the words also projected on the screens.

There will be a monetary offering taken up (you are welcomed to contribute to the operation of the parish but please don’t feel you have to!)

The service includes a short children’s sermon before Sunday school, a sermon, prayers for the community and the celebration of the Eucharist or Holy Communion.

At the Communion all baptized Christians are welcomed to receive the bread and the wine. Simply come up to the altar rail at the time of communion to receive with everyone else. Simply cup your hands to receive the bread and either drink from or touch the cup. If you do not wish to receive, you may still come forward, cross your arms across your chest and receive a blessing. You may request a blessing for healing.

At this service modern language is used and three scripture passages are read – one from the Old Testament, one from the New Testament and one from the Gospels.

If there is a question that comes to mind during the service, the sermon or during your exploration of the community you can ask after the service, send an email to: [email protected]

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Our beliefs

Holy Trinity is an Anglican church, which means we value and celebrate the historical Anglican expression of the Christian faith. We believe that the good news of Jesus’ life, death and resurrection is relevant to everyone and can transform all our lives. But wherever you are on your spiritual journey or just curious, you are welcome here to explore the diversity of our faith.

At Holy Trinity we believe that God calls us into the world to make a tangible difference in other people’s lives. We have many different outreach opportunities to help our community and our neighbours.

Mission Statement of the Anglican Church of Canada

Anglican tradition affirms three historic creeds: the Apostles’ Creed, the The Nicene Creed, and the The Athanasian Creed.

Current work at General Synod is shaped by the Five Marks of Mission, used widely throughout the Anglican Communion.