Responding to Covid-19

We are Worshipping Online! Please visit our YouTube channel Trinity Napanee or our Facebook page  for up to date information and worship services. While the church office is closed to visitors, the work of the church will continue in all reasonable ways.  Please contact the church office with any questions or concerns (613-354-3858) or  […]

Worship services continue with precautions

Dear friends, We are in a season of many questions and concerns regarding the announcement that Covid-19 virus is now a pandemic. With much consultation and consideration, we have decided that at this point we will be worshipping. However, “as a Community of Faith we need to do all that we can to prevent the […]

2019 Christmas Message from The Reverend Mark Arnill

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The Early Church — Bible Study

We are enjoying an amazing Lenten Bible Study following the development of the early church! Wednesdays until March 21 at 11am or 7 pm in the Conference Room.

Christmas Message 2017 (video)

Rev. Mark Arnill’s video message shared this Christmas during our Christmas eve worship. “What’s the real meaning of Christmas? It’s this simple truth. You matter to God!”

Christmas Message (audio)

Rev. Mark Arnill's radio message shared this Christmas on MYFM. "What's the real meaning of Christmas? It's this simple truth. You matter to God!" Click the play button to listen to the whole message.  

Christmas Candlelight Concert Dec 17th @ 4pm

An evening of seasonal song celebrations as we gather choirs and communities around the Christmas story. Please join us Sunday December 17th @ 4pm.  Free will offering for Morning Star Mission & Trinity’s Music Ministry.

Christmas Message 2017

A Christmas letter for families and guests Trinity United Church - 2017 “In those days Caesar Augustus issued a decree that a census should be taken of the entire Roman world.” (Luke 2) And so begins the story we know and love so well: Mary and Joseph on the way to Bethlehem because of the [...]

Celebrating our Anniversary

Easter and Anniversary Trinity, 2017 Dear Friends, We began our Easter worship service with the traditional greeting and response: “Christ is Risen!” “The Lord is Risen indeed!”     This ancient greeting has been used at the beginning of worship in most Christian traditions throughout the world. Opening our worship with words proclaiming hope, is […]